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Water resources of the Curlew Valley drainage basin, Utah and Idaho

Claud H. Baker

Water resources of the Curlew Valley drainage basin, Utah and Idaho

by Claud H. Baker

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Published by State of Utah, Dept. of Natural Resources in [Salt Lake City] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Curlew Valley, Idaho and Utah.
    • Subjects:
    • Water-supply -- Curlew Valley, Idaho and Utah.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Claud H. Baker, Jr. ; prepared by the United States Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Utah Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife Resources.
      SeriesTechnical publication - State of Utah, Department of Natural Resources ; no. 45, Technical publication (Utah. Dept. of Natural Resources) ;, no. 45.
      ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.), Utah. Division of Wildlife Resources.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTA7 .U77 no. 45, TD225.C93 .U77 no. 45
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 91 p. :
      Number of Pages91
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4856609M
      LC Control Number75621562

      The Idaho Department of Water Resources manages a ground water level monitoring Water Resources of the Curlew Valley Drainage Basin, Utah and Idaho: Utah Department of Natural Resources, Tech. Pub. No. 45, 91p. Critical Ground Water Area in Oneida and Power County, Idaho. Idaho Department of Water Resources, Open File Report, 12p. Download Book PDF Full. Menu Close. Home; and hydrochemical data to delineate the regional ground-water flow system in Curlew Valley in north-central Utah and south-central Idaho. Decreased precipitation combined with increased agricultural pumping in the central part of Curlew Valley in Utah and Idaho since the late s caused a steady.

      Bendixsen, S., Summary of Ground-Water Conditions in the Curlew Valley Critical Ground Water Area in Oneida and Power County, Idaho. Idaho Department of Water Resources, Open File Report, 12p. Bolke, E.L. and D. Price, Hydrologic Reconnaissance of Curlew, Utah and Idaho: Utah Department of Natural Resources, Tech. Pub. File Size: 13MB. The three main chapters are (1) Climatic changes - sources and effects on the water cycle, (2) Impact of climate change on water resources, (3) Water resources and water management. These chapters are split up into further 26 sections. A total of 64 individuals from many countries have made contributions to this book.

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Baker, Jr. Hydrologist, U.S. Geological Survey ABSTRACT The Curlew Valley drainage basin covers about 1, square miles (3, km~ in northern Utah and southern Idaho. Locomotive Springs are in the southern end of the basin.

Runoff in this semiarid region isCited by: 9. The report includes a compiled geologic map of the Curlew Valley surface-drainage basin atscale and new geologic and hydrochemical data."--Back label of container. Geology And Water Resources Of Oklahoma.

The Curlew Valley hydrologic unit (CVHU) is a relatively dry basin that extends from south central Idaho into northwestern Utah (Figure 1), The portion within the state of Utah extends westward from the Box Elder / Cache County boundary to the eastern slope of the Raft River.

This book is the result of my journeys through the literature and as a geologist in several parts of the world. It has been written for students of geology of all ages, in the simplest terms possible, and it has one objective: to provide a basis for an understanding of the mechanical role of water in geology.

References Cited Baker, C. H.f Jr.,Water resources of the Curlew Valley drainage basin, Utah and Idaho: Utah Department of Natural Resources, Technical Publication no. 45, 91 : T.H. Thompson, Richard Chappell. The Utah Lake Drainage Basin Water Delivery System will complete the Central Utah Project.

It is the last link in the complex system of dams, reservoirs, pipelines and tunnels that will bring water from eastern Utah’s Colorado River basin to populous Wasatch Front cities including Salt Lake City to the north and south to Utah County cities. SELECTED REFERENCES Baker, C.

H., Jr.,Water resources of the Curlew Valley drainage basin, Utah and Idaho: Utah Department of NaturalAuthor: J.E. Reed, M.S. Bedinger, W.H. Langer, Mason J.L. Mulvihill. Baker, C. H., Jr.,Water resources of the Heber-Kamas-Park City area, north-central Utah: Utah Department of Natural Resources, Technical Publication no.

27, 79 p. ____, Water resources of the Curlew Valley drainage basin, Utah and Idaho: Utah Department of Natural Resources, Technical Publication no. 45, 91 by: 2. ogy/ ground-water quality, surface distribution of selected rock Anderson, A.

L.,Geology and mineral resources of eastern Cassia County, Idaho: Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology Water resources of the Curlew Valley drainage basin, Utah and Idaho: Utah Department of Natural Resources Technical Publicat 91 p. Bedinger, M. S Author: Jane E. Jenness. How can I be more water-wise Water conservation is very important in Utah, and there are many great ways to become water-wise.

There are a lot of helpful resources at Slow the Flow. and Utah's water conservation page, like the Weekly Lawn Watering local water conservancy district may have additional resources, including water conservation rebates and regional-specific.

of groundwater in Curlew Valley. The purpose of this report is to present additional data collected. Previous Studies A report, Water Resources of the Curlew Valley Drainage Basin, Utah and Idaho, (Baker, ) was published by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with Wildlife Resources.

Water Resources of the Curlew Valley Drainage Basin, Utah and Idaho,Utah State Engineer, Technical Publication, Number 91 pages with 9 figures and 5 plates. Baker, C. Published by Utah. The study area is the valley portion of the basin in Idaho (see Figure 1 "Site Location Jr.

Water Resources of the Curlew Valley Drainage Basin, Utah and Idaho: Utah Department of Natural Resources, Tech. Pub. 45, 91p. Boike, E. and Price, Don,Hydrologic Reconnaissance of Curlew, Utah and Idaho: Utah Dept.

subarea, water ente1ing south of it flows to the Curlew Valley subarea This ground-water divide conesponds closely to the surface-water drainage divide. Ground water in the Curlew subarea generally flows in a southerly direction (fig.

22). The majority of the recharge comes from precipitation on the Deep Creek, Sublett and. hydrologic study of the Locomotive Springs and the surface-water drainage basin that feeds the springs, known as Curlew Valley. The basin includes parts of northern Utah and southern Idaho. The study combines geologic, geophysical, water level, and water-chemistry data to improve our understanding of the hydrogeology of this geologically.

Administrative Basins IDWR has divided the state into over 50 administrative basins in order to coordinate water management activities.

Each basin is assigned to one of the four IDWR regions. Tasked with Planning, Conserving, Developing and Protecting Utah’s Water Resources, the Division earnestly strives to be Utah’s water steward. Utah is a semi-arid state and its water future is one of the most significant challenges facing us today.

The State of Utah and the Division recognize the vitality in finding sustainable solutions to. AREA 13 - GREAT SALT LAKE DESERT Updated: J Latest changes in red.: MANAGEMENT.

Five Proposed Determination of Water Rights books have been published. The Grouse Creek book was published inthe Park Valley book inthe Snowville-Promontory Point book inthe Southwestern Box Elder book inand a supplemental book inbut no final .of the lowest passes on the drainage divide that separates Curlew Valley from the Snake River basin are about 5, feet near Buist, Idaho, and about 5, feet near Strevell, Idaho (pI.

1). The Utah part of Curlew Valley, also referred to in this report as the Utah subbasin, is a roughly triangular area covering about square by: 7.The Curlew Valley subbasin is located in southeast Idaho and northern Utah. Streams located in the Idaho portion of the drainage flow out of the North Hansel Mountains and the Black Pine Mountains that bound the Curlew Valley and south into Utah.

The Curlew Valley subbasin in Idaho is mainly contained in Oneida County with a small portion of.