Mineral, energy, and ground-water resources of San Juan County, Utah (SS-86)
By: R. W. Gloyn, C. D. Morgan, D. E. Tabet, R. E. Blackett, B. T. Tripp, and M. LoweThe Utah Geological Survey has summarized information on the known and potential mineral and energy resources in San Juan County. The compilation...
$11.00
Geology and mineral resources of Box Elder County, Utah (B-115)
By: H. H. Doelling Box Elder County is situated in the northwest corner of Utah bordering with Idaho on the north, Nevada on the west, Tooele and Weber counties on the south and Cache County on the east. It comprises...
$16.95
Aquifer Storage and Recovery in Millville, Cache County, Utah (RI-275)
By: Paul InkenbrandtThis study is an investigation of the feasibility of an aquifer storage and recovery project using the existing water supply infrastructure of the city of Millville, Utah. The project involved injecting water from a public water supply spring...
$7.95
Aquifer Parameter Estimation from Aquifer Tests and Specific-Capacity Data in Cedar Valley and The Cedar Pass Area, Utah County, Utah (SS-146)
By: Lucy JordanThis 53-page report details aquifer parameter estimation in and near Cedar Valley, west of Utah Lake and the Lake Mountains, in Utah County, Utah. The UGS conducted five aquifer tests on the two most important aquifers in the...
$19.95
Geologic and hydrologic characterization of the Dakota-Burrow Canyon aquifer near Blanding, San Juan County, Utah (SS-123)
By: S. M. Kirby Recent residential growth in unincorporated portions of San Juan County north and east of Blanding utilizes ground water derived primarily from sandstone of the undivided Dakota and Burro Canyon Formations for culinary water. The primary source...
$19.95
Water-quality assessment and mapping for the principal valley-fill aquifer in Sanpete Valley, Sanpete County, Utah (SS-102)
By: M. Lowe, J. Wallace, and C. E. Bishop Contains the final report and maps for a water-quality study conducted in cooperation with the Utah Division of Water Quality and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. We collected and analyzed ground-water...
$19.95
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The potential impact of septic tank soil-absorption systems on water quality in the principal valley-fill aquifer, Cedar Valley, Iron County, Utah - assessment and guidelines (RI-239)
By: J. Wallace and M. Lowe Nitrate can be used to identify potential deleterious effects of development using septic tank soil-absorption systems. We use a mass-balance approach to provide a valley-wide assessment of the potential impact of nitrate from septic...
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The potential impact of septic tank soil-absorption systems on water quality in the principal valley-fill aquifer, Ogden Valley, Weber County, Utah (RI-237)
By: J. Wallace and M. Lowe Nitrate from sewers, septic tank soil-absorption systems, fertilizer, and other anthropogenic sources is a useful indicator of human impact on ground-water quality. Nitrate can thus be used to identify potential deleterious effects of development...
$1.80
The potential impact of septic tank soil-absorption systems on water quality in the principal valley-fill aquifer, Tooele Valley, Tooele County, Utah - assessment and guidelines (RI-235)
By: J. Wallace and M. Lowe Nitrate from sewers, septic-tank-soil-absorption systems, fertilizer, and other anthropogenic sources is a useful indicator of human impact on ground-water quality. Nitrate can thus be used to identify potential deleterious effects of development which uses...
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Recharge area and water quality of the valley-fill aquifer, Castle Valley, Grand County, Utah (RI-229)
By: N. P. Snyder Castle Valley is one of several northwest-trending salt anticline valleys on the Colorado Plateau in southeastern Utah. The unconsolidated valley fill is the principal aquifer in the valley and consists of coarse alluvial-fan deposits and stream...
$2.90
Cache Valley Aquifer Storage and Recovery-Site Assessment for Millville City, Cache County, Utah (OFR-636)
By: Paul InkenbrandtThe City of Millville, located in a prime location for aquifer storage and recovery (ASR), is having issues with elevated nitrate in the Glenridge well, a public water supply sourced from the Cache Valley principal aquifer. To alleviate...
$14.95
Cache Valley Aquifer Storage and Recovery- Phase II (OFR-615)
By: Paul Inkenbrandt, Kevin Thomas, and Christian HardwickNorth Logan City modified a gravel excavation site at the mouth of Green Canyon during the spring of 2011 to retain excess flow from the Green Canyon catchment. From August 2011 to March...
$14.95
Groundwater Quality Classification for the Principal Basin-Fill Aquifer, East Shore Area, Davis County, Utah (OFR-592)
By: Janae Wallace, Paul Inkenbrandt, and Mike Lowe Contains a 15-page report with a 79-page appendices and 3 maps at 1:24,000 and 1:50,000 scale, in easily readable PDF format, that address groundwater quality in the east shore area of Davis...
$19.95
Cache Valley Principal Aquifer Storage and Recovery Site Assessment: Phase I (OFR-579)
By: K. Thomas, R. Q. Oaks, Jr., P. Inkenbrandt, W. Sabbah, and M. Lowe Cache Valley is a rural area in northern Utah experiencing an increase in urbanization and ground-water use. Ground water, mostly from the basin-fill aquifer, provides a...
$14.95
Ground-water quality classification for the principal basin-fill aquifer, Salt Lake Valley, Salt Lake County, Utah (OFR-560)
By: J. Wallace and M. Lowe Contains a report (15 pages + 64-page appendix) and three plates (maps at 1:75,000 scale), all, that address ground-water quality in Salt Lake Valley?s basin-fill aquifer and provide recommendations for water-resource management and land-use...
$19.95
Map of recharge areas for the principal valley-fill aquifer, Ogden Valley, Weber County, Utah (M-176)
By: N. P. Snyder and M. Lowe Wells in Ogden Valley provide drinking water for residents of the valley and Ogden City. Ground-water conditions in Ogden Valley have been studied for the past 60 years because of the importance of...
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Map of recharge and discharge areas for the principal valley-fill aquifer, Sevier Desert, Millard County, Utah (M-175)
By: N. P. Snyder Ground water from the principal unconsolidated basin-fill aquifer system is the most important source of agricultural and culinary water in the Sevier Desert. Recharge and discharge areas for the principal aquifer system were mapped to aid...
$9.95
Map of recharge and discharge areas for the principal valley-fill aquifer, Sanpete Valley, Sanpete County, Utah (M-174)
By: N. P. Snyder and M. Lowe The most important source of drinking water in Sanpete County is ground water from the principal valley-fill aquifer in Sanpete Valley. In this study we mapped recharge and discharge areas for the principal...
$9.95
Energy, mineral, and ground-water resources of Carbon and Emery Counties, Utah (B-132)
By: R. W. Gloyn, D. E. Tabet, B. T. Tripp, C. E. Bishop, C. D. Morgan, J. W. Gwynn, and R. E. BlackettThe Utah Geological Survey has collected and evaluated information on the known and potential energy, mineral, and ground-water...
$15.95
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