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Analog model study of the ground-water basin of the Upper Coachella Valley
Stephen J. Tyley
|Statement||by Stephen J. Tyley.|
|Series||Geological Survey water-supply paper ;, 2027|
|Contributions||Desert Water Agency., Coachella Valley County Water District (Calif.)|
|LC Classifications||GB1025.C2 T92|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 77 p.|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||73600296|
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ANALOG MODEL STUDY OF THE GROUND-WATER BASIN OF THE UPPER COACHELLA VALLEY, CALIFORNIA By STEPHEN J. TYLEY ABSTRACT An analog model of the ground-water basin of the upper Coachella Valley was constructed to determine the effects of imported water on ground-water by: Get this from a library.
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Geological Survey in the Coachella Valley, California, since Ground water has been a major source of agricultural, municipal, and domestic supply in the valley since the early s.
Pumping of ground water resulted in water-level declines as large as 15 meters (50 feet). Abstract. Water resources management must overcome the dilemma between the timing of water demands and availability.
Groundwater resources are often tapped to fulfill demands during reduced surface water availability or in regions without access to surface water, resulting in a global phenomenon of groundwater depletion as groundwater withdrawals Author: Brian F. Thomas, Aimee C. Gibbons.
WSP / Tyley, S. / ANALOG MODEL STUDY OF THE GROUND WATER BASIN OF THE UPPER COACHELLA VALLEY, CALIFORNIA,cl, 77 pages, 35 figs., 15 tables, $ 34 WSP / Benson, M. and Carter, R. / A NATIONAL STUDY OF THE STREAMFLOW DATA-COLLECTION PROGRAM,pb, 11 figs., 5 tables, $ The Coachella Valley’s annual average of three inches of rain along with snowmelt from surrounding mountains is not nearly enough to naturally replenish what is pumped from the local groundwater basin to meet water demands.
Consequently, the Coachella Valley groundwater basin is in overdraft. The Coachella Valley Water District relies on 3 sources of water to provide service to its customers: groundwater, recycled water, and imported water either through the State Water Project or from the Colorado River via the Coachella Canal, a branch of the All-American Canal.
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The MSWD is located in the Coachella Valley, northwest of the Salton Sea, within the Colorado Desert region. The Coachella Valley can be characterized as desert; as it experiences low precipitation on the valley floor (averaging between five and six inches per year) and high precipitation in the local mountains (averaging between 30 and Browsing subject area: Models (Patents) (Exclude extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from.
The first simulation assumed –90 pumping in the upper region (Este, Oeste, Alto, and Transition zone model subareas) but with no pumping in the remainder of the basin, and the second assumed.
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A numerical ground-water flow model of the upper Santa Cruz basin in Pinal, Pima, and Santa Cruz Counties was developed to evaluate predevelopment conditions inground-water withdrawals forand potential water-level declines and land subsidence for Simulations of steady-state ground-water conditions indic acre-feet of ground-water.
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Geological Survey, Water-Supply Paper, W on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.Most model layers range in thickness from 15 to more than meters, and thickness generally increases with depth (Faunt, ).
The upper 3 model layers are used to simulate the relatively shallow flow through basin-fill sediments. Layers 4 and 5 are used to represent the Corcoran Clay Member of the Tulare Formation.