2 edition of Ground-water hydrology of Pleasant Valley, Fresno County, California found in the catalog.
Ground-water hydrology of Pleasant Valley, Fresno County, California
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|Statement||by Yona Kahanovitz and John C. Manning.|
|Series||Stanford University publications. University series. Geological sciences,, v.4|
|Contributions||Manning, John C. 1920- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||GB1025.C2 K3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 39 p.|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||54011284|
Under the proposed action, Reclamation would approve the transfer of up to 2, acre-feet of recaptured Restoration Flows to Pleasant Valley Water District. The district is located in southwestern Fresno County and provides groundwater to approximat . Valley Valley Chalfant FRESNO COUNTY INYO COUNTY ° 00' 37 ° 30' ° 15' Bishop Laws Big Pine 6 0 5 10 15 20 KILOMETERS 10 20 MILES GEOLOGY Valley fill Area simulated with ground-water flow model Area not simulated Bedrock Geologic contact Ground-water conditions in the defined aquifer system of the Owens Valley, California.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Yona Kahanovitz. Fresno County overlies five groundwater sub-basins; Kings, Madera, Delta-Mendota, Westside, and Pleasant Valley. With the exception of Pleasant Valley, the four other basins are currently designated by DWR as Ground-water hydrology of Pleasant Valley and subject to a condition of critical overdraft.
The SGMA does not apply outside of mapped groundwater basins. PLEASANT VALLEY WATER DISTRICT MUNICIPAL SERVICE REVIEW AND SPHERE OF INFLUENCE UPDATE Report to the Fresno Local Agency Formation Commission David E. Fey, AICP Candie Fleming George W.
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Published Soil Surveys for California. Current, official soil survey information is on the Web Soil Survey. The Web Soil Survey allows you to create custom reports by selecting a specific area of interest. In the table below, clicking on a survey area that is listed as "current" takes you to the Web Soil Survey.
"Ground-Water Hydrology of Pleasant Valley, Fresno County, California," Stanford University Publications University Series Geological Sciences, Volume IV. Pleasant Valley WD. Written communication Schmidt, K.D. and Associates. "Hydrogeologic Evaluation of.
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Data for ground-water test holes in Fresno County, western San Joaquin Valley, California, June to August [microform] / by Sherrill Beard and Julie Laudon ; prepared in cooperation with the San Joaquin Valley Drainage Program U.S.
Geological Survey Sacramento, Calif Australian/Harvard Citation. Beard, Sherrill. & Laudon, Julie. Full text of "Water well standards: Fresno County" See other formats PHYSIC' SCIEf.'CtS LIBRARY STATE OF CALIFORNIA The Resources Agency JU 3 ^ REtlCEIVED SEI]2 6 PHY^':CI LIBRARY partment of Wa ter Resources BULLETIN No.
Water Well Standards FRESNO COUNTY SEPTEMBER UNIVEROITY Cr DAVIG FEB 1'^ 19S9 NORMAN B. LIVERMORE. Geology, hydrology, and quality of water in the Madera area, San Joaquin Valley, California Open-File Report By: Hugh T. Mitten, R.A. LeBlanc, and Gilbert L.
Box Kahn, Edgar Myron Fresno county, California. Box Martin, Percy Alvin, Tulare Lake Hydrologic Region California’s Groundwater San Joaquin Valley Groundwater Basin Bulletin Last update 1/20/06 San Joaquin Valley Groundwater Basin Westside Subbasin • Groundwater Subbasin Number: • County: Fresno, Kings • Surface Area:acres (1, square miles) Basin Boundaries and Hydrology.
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The Central Valley has a pronounced north to south precipitation gradient. Seventy-five percent of California's precipitation occurs north of Sacramento, in the southern border of the Sacramento Valley (Hanak et al., ).That makes the Sacramento Valley streams much water-rich that their counterparts in the San Joaquin and Tulare : A.
Escriva-Bou, R. Hui, S. Maples, J. Medellín-Azuara, T. Harter, J.R. Lund. GROUND-WATER CONDITIONS IN THE MENDOTA-HURON AREA, FRESNO AND KINGS COUNTIES, CALIFORNIA By G. H. DAVIS and J. F. POLAND ABSTRACT The Mendota-Huron area of this report includes 1, square miles on the central-west side of the San Joaquin Valley, Calif., extending from the Fresno-Cited by: The Fresno area of California uses aboutacre-feet of ground water a year for municipal and domestic purposes.
An average of 2, acre-feet of water a year is pumped for irrigation. Major sources of recharge are deep penetration of irrigation water (80 percent) and seepage from canals, rivers, and streams (15 percent).
Ground water occurs under unconfined and confined conditions.nematocide, has been detected in ground water in every county in the San Joaquin Valley and Tulare basin, and has been detected in public water supplies of the city of Fresno. The future economy of the Central Valley depends on wise use of ground water in conjunction with imported surface by: 1.