Seepage Study of a 15.3-Mile Section of the Central Utah Canal, Pahvant Valley, Millard County, Utah (TP-91)

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Water Rights and Water Resources

By: M. Enright

Three sets of seepage measurements were made at ten canal sites and at all turnouts along a 15. 3-mile section of the Central Utah Canal during the summer of 1986.

This report gives the results of seepage measurements of a 15. 3-mile section of the Central Utah Canal in Pahvant Valley, Millard County, Utah. The study is the eighth in a series of seepage studies conducted by the U. S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Utah Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water Rights. The Division of Water Rights needs information on gains and losses of canal discharge to refine water budget computations of recharge to and discharge from aquifers, and water managers need the information for allocating irrigation water. Seepage studies provide this kind of information.

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Published: 1987
Pages: 24 p.
Location: Millard County
Media Type: Paper Publication

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