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Ground-water and surface-water relations along the Mojave River, southern California

Gregory C. Lines

Ground-water and surface-water relations along the Mojave River, southern California

by Gregory C. Lines

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Published by Earth Science Information Center [distributor] in Sacramento, Calif. : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- California.,
  • Stream measurements -- California.,
  • Water quality -- California.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Gregory C. Lines ; prepared by Mojave Water Agency.
    SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 95-4189.
    ContributionsMojave Water Agency (Calif.), Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 43 p. :
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15380748M

    The plan includes storing and artificially recharging surface water in new/proposed spreading basins in/along the Upper reach of the Mojave River, and extracting it at several new wells to the west and east of the river for conveyance to Victorville, Adelanto, Southern California Logistics Airport, and the . Ground-water quality along the Mojave River near Barstow, California, / (Menlo Park, Calif.: U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division, ), by Lawrence A. Eccles and California Regional Water Quality Control Board--Lahontan Region (page images at HathiTrust).

    During , the U.S. Geological Survey and other agencies made approximately 1, water-level measurements in the Mojave River and Morongo groundwater basins. These data document recent conditions and, when compared with previous data, changes in groundwater levels. A water-level contour map was drawn using data from about wells, providing coverage for most of the basins. Ground-Water Ambient Monitoring and Assessment Pro-gram was developed to assess water quality and susceptibility of ground-water resources to contamination from surficial sources. This study focuses on the Mojave River and the Antelope Valley Ground-Water Basins in southern California. Volatile organic compound (VOC) data were evaluated.

    USGS: The purpose of this report is to present a compilation of the data collected at the monitoring sites in athe Mojave River and Morongo Ground-Water basins, San Bernardino County, California from (when the first site was constructed) through (when data . Skip to main content. Science.


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Ground-water and surface-water relations along the Mojave River, southern California by Gregory C. Lines Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Mojave River and the associated floodplain aquifer are important water supplies in the Mojave Desert of Southern California. The river Ground-water and surface-water relations along the Mojave River aquifer, in many areas, are in excellent hydraulic connection, and when flow conditions change in one, the other almost always is better understand these relations, records of gaging stations were analyzed to determine the frequency and duration of historical streamflow.

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Shipping list no.: es bibliographical references (p. ).Mode of access: Internet. The Mojave River and the associated aquifer system are important water supplies in the Mojave Desert of Ground-water and surface-water relations along the Mojave River California.

The river and aquifer system are in hydraulic connec- tion in many areas, and when flow conditions change in one, the other usually is Size: KB. The proximity of the Mojave River ground-water basin to the highly urbanized Los Angeles region has led to rapid growth in population and, consequently, to an increase in the demand for water.

The Mojave River, the primary source of surface water for the region. The Mojave River ground-water basin is in the western part of the Mojave Desert and is about 80 miles northeast of Los Angeles, California. The basin encompasses about 1, square miles and is divided into six management sub-areas: Oeste, Este, Alto, Transition zone of the Alto (hereinafter refer-red to as the Transition zone subarea), Centro, and Baja (fig.

In California, on average, 15 million acre-feet (one acre-foot of water is approximatelygallons, enough water to cover a football field to a depth of one foot or supply one to two families for a year) of groundwater (underground water) are ex­ tracted from wells each year.

High Desert Plants & Wildlife Mojave Desert Wildlife. The Mojave Desert is home to more than 1, plants and more than animals. They acclimate to extreme climates, both hot and cold, and adapt to survive with very little water - making the quality of the water they use much more important.

Links to Projects, Publications and Information for Cataloging Unit - Antelope-Fremont Valleys Ground-water and Surface-water Relations along the Mojave River, California - Ground-water Resource Investigations, Edwards Air Force Base, California - Ground-water Resources of.

Lithologic and ground-water data for monitoring sites in the Mojave River and Morongo ground-water basins, San Bernardino County, California, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 02. Lithologic and Ground-Water Data for Monitoring Sites in the Mojave River and Morongo Ground-Water Basins, San Bernardino County, California, Mojave River Basin Ground-Water Recharge with Particular Reference to the California Floods of January and February The Mojave River and the Morongo ground-water basins are in the southwestern part of the Mojave Desert in southern California.

Ground water from these basins supplies a major part of the water requirements for the region. Movement and Age of Ground Water in the Western Part of the Mojave Desert, Southern California, USA surface-water relations along the Mojave River, two.

Abstract. Inmapping and classification of riparian vegetation along the Mojave River in southern California revealed an 8-km reach in which riparian cottonwoods (Populus fremontii Wats.) were stressed or dying.

We tested a set of predictions based on the inference that cottonwood decline was an indirect result of lowered water-table levels Cited by: Welcome to The Mojave River Watershed. The time to act is now. With just a few simple changes we can each help prevent stormwater pollution from entering the High Desert’s most precious water resource—the Mojave River and its watershed.

Together we can keep our families, pets and local wildlife safe from harmful toxins in our water. The Mojave River is an intermittent river in the eastern San Bernardino Mountains and the Mojave Desert in San Bernardino County, California, United of its flow is underground, while its surface channels remain dry most of the time, with the exception of the headwaters and several bedrock gorges in the lower : Soda Lake.

Inthe city of Barstow and the Southern California Water Company filed a complaint alleging that the cumulative ground-water pumping upstream from Barstow overdrafted the Mojave River ground-water basin (Mojave Basin Area Watermaster, ).Inmore than parties stipulated to a ‘Physical Solution’ to the basin's water-supply by: Mojave River Ground Water Basins Investigation [FACSIMILE] [California.

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Aquifer Recharge in the Mojave Basin.Harper Valley Groundwater Basin Bulletin Last update 2/27/04 Ground-Water and Surface-Water Relations Along the Mojave River, Southern California. U. S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 43 p.

Thompson, D.G. Mojave River Basin Ground-Water Recharge, With Particular Reference to the California Floods of January and February U. S. Geological Survey Open-File Report. 13 p. Lines, G.C. Ground-Water and Surface-Water Relations Along the Mojave River, Southern California.

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