Chemical Quality of Ground Water in Salt Lake Valley, Utah (TP-89)

TP89
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Water Rights and Water Resources
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By: K. M. Waddell, R. L. Seiler, and D. K. Solomon

During 1979-84, 35 wells completed in the principal aquifer in the Salt Lake Valley, Utah, that had been sampled during 1962-67 were resampled to determine if water-quality changes had occurred. The dissolved-solids concentration of the water from 13 of the wells has increased by more than 10 percent since 1962-67.

This report, which is the second report resulting from the study, emphasizes sources of contamination of the ground water and chemical-quality changes during 1969-85: the report includes predicted effects of increased withdrawals on the chemical quality of the ground water.

Other Information:
Published: 1987
Pages: 44 p.
Location: Salt Lake County
Media Type: Paper Publication

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