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Simulation of the regional geohydrology of the Tesuque aquifer system near Santa Fe, New Mexico
Douglas P. McAda
|Statement||by Douglas P. McAda and Maryann Wasiolek ; prepared in cooperation with the New Mexico State Engineer Office and the Santa Fe Metropolitan Water Board.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 87-4056.|
|Contributions||Wasiolek, Maryann., New Mexico. State Engineer Office., Santa Fe (N.M.). Metropolitan Water Board., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 71 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
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Santa Fe Group aquifer to determine many aspects of regional groundwater movement, recharge, discharge, and residence time (Johnson and others, ; Manning, ; Johnson and others, ). Numerical simulations of the Tesuque aquifer system near Santa Fe (McAda and Wasiolek, ) incorporated available hydrologic and geologicFile Size: 4MB. FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW MEXICO STATE OF NEW MEXICO ex rel T., and Blick, J.C., , Stratigraphy of the Santa Fe Group, New Mexico, Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, v. , article 1, p. plus Hearne, G.A., , Mathematical model of the Tesuque aquifer system underlying Pojoaque River basin and vicinity, New.
Lazarus, J., and Drakos, P., , Geohydrologic characteristics and hydrocarbon contamination of the shallow alluvial/Tesuque Formation aquifer within the City of Santa Fe, New Mexico: New Mexico Geological Society 46th Annual Field Trip Guidebook, p. Year Published: Hydrogeologic and geochemical characterization and evaluation of two arroyos for managed aquifer recharge by surface infiltration in the Pojoaque River Basin, Santa Fe County, New Mexico, –
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SIMULATION OF THE REGIONAL GEOHYDROLOGY OF THE TESUQUE AQUIFER SYSTEM NEAR SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO By Douglas P. McAda and Maryarm Wasiolek ABSTRACT Declining ground-water levels resulting from ground-water withdrawals in the Santa Fe, New Mexico, area have caused concern about the future availability of water from the Tesuque aquifer system (includes the Tesuque,Cited by: Get this from a library.
Simulation of the regional geohydrology of the Tesuque aquifer system near Santa Fe, New Mexico. [Douglas P McAda; Maryann Wasiolek; New Mexico. State Engineer Office.; Santa Fe (N.M.). Metropolitan Water Board.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Model modification included splitting the four layers of the McAda-Wasiolek model (McAda, D.P., and Wasiolek, Maryann,Simulation of the regional geohydrology of the Tesuque aquifer system near Santa Fe, New Mexico: U.S.
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Closed surface-water basins west of the Guadalupe Mountains and east of the Peloncillo Mountains are included in the study area is. Hydrologic Information and Data for New Mexico The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) currently operates and maintains approximately data-collection sites in New Mexico for acquiring information about surface-water, groundwater, water-quality, and precipitation (8 of these sites provide data for reservoirs).
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LISTINGS OF VALUES FOR THE SIMULATION OF THE REGIONAL GEOHYDROLOGY OF THE TESUQUE AQUIFER SYSTEM NEAR SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO Supplement to Water-Resources Investigations Report By Douglas P. McAda U.S.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with the SANTA FE METROPOLITAN WATER BOARD Albuquerque, New Mexico Author: D.P.
McAda. Simulation of the regional geohydrology of the Tesuque aquifer system near Santa Fe, New Mexico Declining groundwater levels resulting from groundwater withdrawals in the Santa Fe, New Mexico, area have caused concern about the future availability of water in the Tesuque aquifer system.
Introduction The Rio Grande Aquifer supplies water to several municipal areas of Texas and New Mexico and water for irrigation. This principal aquifer is located in the Rocky Mountains and Basin and Range Physiographic Provinces in southern Colorado, central New Mexico, and western Texas providing water for a 70, square mile area (USGS, WWW), Fig.
The Mesilla Basin Aquifer System of New Mexico, West Texas, and Chihuahua— An Overview of Its Hydrogeologic Framework and Related Aspects of Groundwater Flow and Chemistry John W. Hawley1, John F. Kennedy1, and Bobby J.
Creel1 Introduction Our brief overview of the hydrogeology and geohydrology of basin-fill aquifers in the. The large extraction rates from the Basin’s aquifer system have caused a continuous drawdown of the groundwater level, which on average is 1 m/yr and reaches a maximum value of nearly m/yr north of Mexico City (Carrera-Hernández and Gaskin, a); in turn, these large drawdown rates have triggered land subsidence, which in some areas reaches a rate of m/yr (Strozzi Cited by: HYDROGEOLOGY OF THE SANTA FE GROUP AQUIFER SYSTEM, SOUTHERN ESPANOLA BASIN, NEW MEXICO RECENT DEEP TEST WELLS IN THE SANTA FE COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT HAWLEY, John W., Hawley Geomatters, COOK, Casey W., Balleau Groundwater, Inc.
Box Albuquerque, NM Rio Grande Blvd. PDF | On Jan 1,L Niel Plummer and others published Geochemical Characterization of Ground Water Flow in Parts of the Santa Fe Group Aquifer System, Middle Rio Grande Basin, New Mexico.
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Orr, Geological Survey (U.S.), and Las Cruces. of Santa Fe) Used for estimate of approximate sustainable yield from City Well Field (also known as Urban Well Field).
McAda, D.P. and M. Wasiolek Simulation of the Regional Geohydrology of the Tesuque Aquifer System near Santa Fe, New Mexico; revised by the NM Office of the State Engineer into the regional water rights.U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BRUCE BABBITT, Secretary U.S.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Gordon P. Eaton, Director For additional information write to: District Chief U.S. Geological Surve.Filed under: Hydrogeology -- New Mexico -- Santa Fe Region -- Congresses.
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