Selected Hydrologic Data, Uinta Basin Area, Utah and Colorado (BDR-26)
By: J. W. Hood, J. C. Mundorff, and D. Price
The Uinta Basin area in northeastern Utah and northwestern Colorado covers an area of slightly more than 10,000 square miles. More than 95 percent of the basin is in Utah, thus most of the data in this report apply to Utah. Most of the water wells are concentrated in populated areas along the lower parts of the basin; records of only a representative number of these water sources are included in this report.
This report presents consolidated listings of data selected for use in hydrologic studies in the Uinta Basin area through June 1974. The data are principally taken from three studies made during 1971-74 by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Utah Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water Rights. Also incorporated in this report are data collected since 1935 by the Geological Survey and other organizations. This report is intended to make data conveniently available and to supplement interpretive reports that will be published separately. For some data sites, the volume of data is too great for complete inclusion here. For these sites, data summaries are provided, and for greater detail the reader is referred to the sources listed under Selected references.
Pages: 321 p.
Plates: 4 pl.
Location: Duchesne County, Grand County, Uintah County, and Wasatch County
Media Type: Paper Publication