Hydrogeology of the Malad-Lower Bear River Basin, North-Central Utah and South-Central Idaho (SS-157)
By: Hugh HurlowThis report characterizes the lithology of the younger (i.e., Quaternary) basin fill of the Malad–Lower Bear River basin in north-central Utah to provide a geologic framework for evaluation of groundwater flow and the potential effects of additional future...
$19.95
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...
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The geology of the Kamas-Coalville region, Summit County, Utah, and its relation to ground-water conditions (WRB-29)
By: H. A. Hurlow, editor The Kamas-Coalville region is in the Middle Rocky Mountains physiographic province, about 30 miles east of the Wasatch Front urban area. Rapid population growth and increased water use are the impetus for a collaborative study...
$21.95
The geology of the Snyderville basin, western Summit County, Utah, and its relation to ground-water conditions (WRB-28)
By: F. X. Ashland, C. E. Bishop, M. Lowe, and B. H. Mayes, editors Urbanization of parts of the Snyderville basin has been accompanied by an increasing demand to develop the area?s ground-water resources. Ground water is present in shallow...
$19.95
Analysis of septic-tank density for three areas in Cedar Valley, Iron County, Utah - a case study for evaluations or proposed subdivisions in Cedar Valley (WRB-27)
By: M. Lowe, J. Wallace, and C. E. Bishop, editors Cedar Valley, Iron County, is experiencing an increase in residential development, much of which uses septic tank soil-absorption systems for wastewater disposal. Septic tank soil-absorption systems are considered one of...
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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
Geologic evaluation of wastewater disposal in bedrock, Duchesne County, Utah (SS-72)
By: W. E. Mulvey and W. R. Lund Surficial deposits in the Black Rock Desert of west-central Utah, in an area encompassing 12 7.5-minute topographic quadrangles, were mapped at a scale of 1:100,000. The Black Rock Desert is the southern...
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Hydrogeology of the Powder Mountain Area, Weber and Cache Counties, Utah (SS-156)
By: Paul C. Inkenbrandt, Stefan M. Kirby, and Brittany DameThe Utah Geological Survey performed a one-year study of the hydrogeology of the Powder Mountain area to better understand the hydrologic connection between springs, streamflow, and new water wells in adjoining...
$9.95
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...
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Evaluation of potential geologic sources of nitrate contamination in ground water, Cedar Valley, Iron County, Utah with emphasis on the Enoch area (SS-100)
By: M. Lowe and J. Wallace Cedar Valley in southwestern Utah is experiencing an increase in residential development, much of which uses septic tank soil-absorption systems for wastewater disposal. Most of this development is taking place on unconsolidated basin-fill deposits,...
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Hydrogeology of Round Valley, Wasatch County, Utah (RI-279)
By: Paul InkenbrandtRound Valley is a small valley in the eastern Wasatch Range in north-central Utah, south of Heber City and east of Deer Creek Reservoir in Wasatch County. This hydrogeologic study of Round Valley by the Utah Geological Survey...
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Assesment of Wetland Condition and Wetland Mapping Accuracy in Upper Blacks Fork and Smiths Fork, Uinta Mountains, Utah (RI-274)
By: Diane Menuz, Ryhan Sempler, and Jennifer JonesThe Utah Geological Survey surveyed 28 sites in 2014 to quantify the location and condition of wetlands on the north slope of the Uinta Mountains in the Upper Blacks Fork and Smiths Fork...
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Delineation of drinking water source protection zones for the Day Star Adventist Academy public-water-supply well, Grand County, Utah (RI-262)
By: C. E. Bishop The Day Star Adventist Academy operates a well to supply potable water for consumptive use by its students, staff, and facilities. The well was drilled in the mid-1950s in lower Castle Valley, Grand County, Utah. To...
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Delineation of drinking water source protection zones for the Monte Verde public water supply well, Morgan County, Utah (RI-249)
C. E. Bishop The Monte Verde public water system operates a single well to supply potable water for consumptive use by the Monte Verde subdivision in the community of Mountain Green. The well is in western Morgan Valley, near the...
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Delineation of drinking water source protection zones for Covered Bridge Canyon public water supply well, Utah County, Utah (RI-247)
By: C. E. Bishop The Covered Bridge Canyon Water Association operates a well to supply potable water for consumptive use for the subdivision of Covered Bridge Canyon. The well is in Pole Canyon, a tributary to Spanish Fork Canyon, in...
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Delineation of drinking water source protection zones for Water System Canyon Spring, a public-water supply spring, Iron County, Utah (RI-246)
By: C. E. Bishop This study delineates drinking-water-source-protection zones for Water System Canyon Spring, which is used by the Paragonah Municipal Water System as a source of drinking water for the town of Paragonah. The spring is in Water System...
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Delineation of drinking water source protection zones for Warm Spring, a public-water-supply spring, Iron County, Utah (RI-245)
By: C. E. Bishop This study delineates drinking-water-source-protection zones for Warm Spring, which is used by the Paragonah Municipal Water System as a source of drinking water for the town of Paragonah. The spring is in Red Creek Canyon on...
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Delineation of drinking water source protection zones for the Newcastle public water supply well, Iron County, Utah (RI-243)
By: C. E. Bishop The Newcastle Water Company (NWC) operates a single well to supply potable water for consumption and use by the town of Newcastle. To protect this well from contamination and to comply with Utah's Drinking Water Source...
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Potential mineral precipitation and water compatibilities related to the Drunkards Wash project, Carbon County, Utah (RI-241)
By: J. W. Gwynn River Gas Corporation produces approximately 36,000 barrels per day of saline water from the Ferron Sandstone Member of the Mancos Shale as part of its Drunkards Wash coalbed-methane recovery project. Most of the sodium-bicarbonate-chloride produced water...
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Delineation of drinking water source protection zones for the Green Hills Country Estates well 02, Weber County, Utah (RI-240)
By: C. E. Bishop and M. Lowe This report describes the delineation of drinking-water-source-protection zones for a public-water-supply well owned by the Green Hills Country Estates Water Company. Public water suppliers in Utah are required by Utah?s Drinking Water Source...
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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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Guidelines for preparing hydrogeologic reports addressing suitability for alternative waste-water disposal systems in rock in Duchesne County, Utah (RI-238)
By: M. Lowe Many lots in Duchesne County cannot presently be developed because exposed or shallow rock makes them unsuitable for conventional septic tank soil-absorption systems. Duchesne County and the Utah Division of Water Quality have developed designs for alternative...
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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...
$1.70
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