Map of recharge areas for the principal valley-fill aquifer, Ogden Valley, Weber County, Utah (M-176)

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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 the resource to the Wasatch Front. Residential and recreational development has increased in Ogden Valley, underscoring the importance of maintaining a high-quality groundwater supply. In this study we mapped recharge areas for the principal valley-fill aquifer to aid in management of potential contaminant sources to protect the quality of ground water.

The purpose of this study is to help state and local government officials and local residents protect the quality of ground water in Ogden Valley by defining areas where ground-water aquifers are vulnerable to contamination.

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Published: 1998
Pages: 16 p.
Plates: 1 pl.
Scale: 1:75,000
Location: Weber County
Media Type: Paper Map

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