Summary appraisals of the nation"s ground-water resources - lower Colorado region



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This report summarizes ground-water availability in the lower Colorado region and discusses the potential for greater ground-water development and increased efficiency of water use.

The climate in the most highly developed southwestern part of the region is warm and dry and that in the northeastern part is cool and moist to dry. Although the regional average annual precipitation is only about. SUMMARY APPRAISALS OF THE NATION'S GRC•UND-WATER RESOURCES-LOWER COLORADO REGION By E.

DAVIDSON ABSTRACT This report summarizes ground-water availability in the lower Col­ orado region and discusses the potential for greater ground-water development and increased efficiency of water by: 7.

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Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground-water resources; Upper Colorado region. The Upper Colorado Region covers aboutsquare miles (, km2) in parts of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. Drainage from about 97 percent of the region is to the Colorado River.

About 60 percent of the land is owned or administered by the Federal Government, and another 15. The loss of water by evapotranspiration in wetlands and phreatophyte areas is million acre-feet (3, hm3) per year.

In comparison, about 3. 7 million acre-feet (4, hm3) per year of surface water and ground water is consumed by man's by: Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground-water resources, Mid-Atlantic region. the Geological Survey to document the Nation's ground-water resources, region by region, and to the ground-water resources of the lower Susquehanna open-file report, 75 p.

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Each and every island is independent with respect to water supply, and the occurrence and availability of water vary widely from island to island. The ground-water resources offer better prospects for supplying additional water. Ground water in the Texas-Gulf Region is a large and important resource that can provide a more significant percentage of the total water supply of the region.

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