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Simulation of ground-water flow and potential land subsidence, upper Santa Cruz Basin, Arizona

R. T. Hanson

Simulation of ground-water flow and potential land subsidence, upper Santa Cruz Basin, Arizona

by R. T. Hanson

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section, [distributor in Tucson, Ariz, Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Subsidences (Earth movements) -- Arizona -- Santa Cruz County -- Computer simulation.,
  • Groundwater flow -- Arizona -- Santa Cruz County -- Computer simulation.,
  • Watersheds -- Arizona -- Santa Cruz County -- Computer simulation.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSimulation of ground water flow and potential land subsidence, Avra Valley, Arizona
    Statementby R.T. Hanson and J.F. Benedict ; prepared in cooperation with the City of Tucson.
    SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 93-4196
    ContributionsBenedict, J. F., Tucson (Ariz.), Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 47 p. :
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17110925M

    Full Description:" Simulation of Ground-water Flow and Potential Land Subsidence, Upper Santa Cruz Basin, Arizona makes the reader have stronger analytical thinking skills. Have you ever read an amazing book and did not solve the mystery itself? If so, then you can work on critical and analytical thinking, observe all the data provided and sort it out to determine anything. Hydrogeologic framework and preliminary simulation of ground-water flow in the Mimbres Basin, southwestern New Mexico, , Water-Resources Investigations Report Yields of bedrock wells in Massachusetts, , Water-Resources Investigations Report

    Simulation of Groundwater Flow and Land Subsidence in the Antelope Valley Groundwater Basin Prior to , groundwater provided more than 90 percent of the total water supply in Antelope Valley, California (~50 miles northeast of Los Angeles); since , it has provided between 50 and 90 percent (the balance provided by imported surface water). Overdrafting of aquifers is the major cause of subsidence in the southwestern United States, and as ground-water pumping increases, land subsidence also will many aquifers, ground water is pumped from pore spaces between grains of sand and gravel. If an aquifer has beds of clay or silt within or next to it (figure 2), the lowered water pressure in the sand and gravel causes slow.

    Pima Association of Governments, CAP water salinity impacts on water resources of the Tucson basin. Pima Association of Governments, Tucson, AZ, [7] R.T. Hanson and J.F. Benedict, Simulation of ground-water flow and potential land subsidence, upper Santa Cruz Basin, Arizona. Water-Resour. Invest. (US Geol. Surv.), , [8]Cited by: Upper Santa Cruz & Upper San Pedro – AZ (US)/Sonora (MX) " Characterize Hydrogeology and Geochemistry, Identify aquifer vulnerability, and Develop Institutional Assessment Mechanisms New Data: Water Quality Geophysics (TEM, Gravity) Geologic Mapping New Models Rainfall-Runoff Model Integrated Hydrologic Model 11/12N 3, km2 13N 4, km2.


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DOI: /wri Corpus ID: Cenozoic stratigraphy and geologic history of the Tucson Basin, Pima County, Arizona @inproceedings{AndersonCenozoicSA, title={Cenozoic stratigraphy and geologic history of the Tucson Basin, Pima County, Arizona}, author={Stephen R. The extraction of groundwater can generate land subsidence by causing the compaction of susceptible aquifer systems, typically unconsolidated alluvial or basin-fill aquifer systems comprising aquifers and aquitards.

Various ground-based and remotely sensed methods are used to measure and map subsidence. Many areas of subsidence caused by groundwater pumping have been identified Cited by: The basin has undergone land subsidence of as much as meters since the 's owing to compaction of the aquifer system in response to ground-water.

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