Geohydrology and water utilization in the Willcox Basin, Graham and Cochise Counties Arizona

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Statementby S.G. Brown and H.H. Schumann.
SeriesContributions to the hydrology of the United States, U.S. Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 1859-F
ContributionsSchumann, H.H., Geological Survey (U.S.)
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GEOHYDROLOGY AND WATER UTILIZATION IN THE WILLGOX BASIN, GRAHAM AND GOGHISE COUNTIES ARIZONA By S. BROWN and H. SCHUMANN ABSTRACT The Willcox basin is an area of interior drainage in the northern part of Sulphur Springs Valley, Cochise and Graham Counties, Ariz. The basin com­Cited by: 6. Geohydrology and water utilization in the Willcox Basin, Graham and Cochise Counties, Arizona, (Contributions to the hydrology of the United States) [S.

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Geohydrology and water resources of the Tucson basin, Arizona Water Supply Paper E By: Edward Sheldon Davidson. E4 WATER RESOURCES OF THE TUCSON BASIN purpose of this report is to summarize the results of the entire study with special emphasis on the geohydrology and water budget of the basin.

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The report is intended for use by administrative and technical professionals in hydrology, water management, and geol­ ogy and by an informed lay by: "Geohydrology and Water Utilization in the Willcox Basin, Graham and Cochise Counties Arizona." U.S.

Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper F. Bryan, K., and Gidley, J. Vertebrate fossils and their enclosing deposits from the shore of Pleistocene Lake Cochise, by: Geologic map and sections of the Willcox Basin, Graham and Cochise counties, Arizona -- Plate 2.

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Map showing configuration of piezometric surface and generalized direction of ground-water movement Willcox Basin, Graham and Cochise counties, Arizona -- Plate 3.

area, Willcox basin, Cochise and Graham Counties, Ariz. 11 Map of Willcox basin, Cochise and Graham Counties, 7. HydrographsofeightweUs in the Stewart area, Willcox Ariz., sho'Ring water-table decline for the IO~year basIn, Cochise and Graham Counties, Ariz.

12 period 21 8. Hydrographs of six wells in the Pearce-Cochise area. As a result of continuing observations of groundwater level declines in the Willcox Basin, the Arizona Department of Water Resources initiated development of a numerical groundwater flow model in late The Willcox Basin covers an area of approximately 1, square miles in southeastern Arizona and is essentially a closed modelling has been completed.

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The Willcox and Douglas Basins, about 1, mi 2 and mi 2, respectively, are in Cochise and Graham Counties in southeastern Arizona ().The majority of the population in the two basins resides in the cities of Willcox and Douglas where the population in was 3,respectively (U.S.

Census Bureau, ). This a valuable perennial stream and the largest source of water contributing to both the Willcox Playa and groundwater Basin, but lowering water levels (Brown and Schumann,Jacobson et al., ) and total dissolved solids impact drinking water (Arizona Department of Water Resources, ).

Download: Download high-res image (2MB)Cited by: We placed all individuals of A. pai (n 5 40; Coconino and Gila counties, Arizona) into one pooled sample, and all specimens of A.

arizonae (n 5 30; Cochise and Graham counties, Arizona) into a. Basic Ground Water Data of the Willcox Basin, Graham and Cochise Counties, Arizona Metadata Updated: April 9, Basic ground water data that are useful in planning and studying water Publish Year: This banner text can have markup.

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U.S. Department of the Interior: Geological Survey Water-Supply PaperPrepared in Cooperation with the Arizona State Land Department. Gardner, P.M. Analysis of the geohydrology and water-management issues of the Central and West Basins, Los Angeles County, California.

Problem: Nearlyacre-feet of water is pumped annually from the Central and West Coast basins of Los Angeles County, California. An additionalacre-feet of surface water is imported for direct use.

Willcox playa, in the Bonita grassland, and at Whitlock Cienega, all in Semidesert Grassland; and in central Arizona in the Mazatzal Mountains in Interior Chaparral, Madrean Evergreen W oodland. *USGS,Geohydrology and water utilization in the Willcox Basin, graham and Cochise Counties, Arizona: USGS Water Supply Paper F.

*Witcher, J.C.,Geothermal potential of the Willcox area: Arizona Geological Survey Open-File Report OFR, 39 p. Basic Ground Water Data of the Willcox Basin, Graham and Cochise Counties, Arizona Basic ground water data that are useful in planning and studying water resources development.

Data consists of well data, logs, well discharges, reported drawdowns, drill. Sediments deposited in this younger basin were referred to as Nogales formation by Drewes [].

They consist largely of sandstone and conglomerate, and are typically non-indurated to poorly indurated, and are cut by a few minor faults.

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USGS Water Supply Papers Catalog, # to # Cochise and Graham Counties, Arizona; S. Suitability of irrigation water and changes in groundwater quality in the Lompoc subarea of the Santa Ynez S.

and Schumann, H. / GEOHYDROLOGY AND WATER UTILIZATION IN THE WILLCOX BASIN, GRAHAM AND COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA,pb, 32 pages. Carbon dating of bicarbonate from ground waters around Oakwood Dome shows that (1) ground water increases in age downdip from the Wilcox outcrop, (2) younger ground water occurs in the uplifted Carrizo Formation surrounding Oakwood Dome, confirming that recharge is occurring over the dome, and (3) the sodium and bicarbonate concentrations.

water-level record of any well in this area of Cochise County (Figure 3). Presumably the well was drilled to granite basement. The static water level in this well has dropped 51 ft from ft below the land surface in to ft below the land surface inreflecting drought Size: 2MB.

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