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Land subsidence and aquifer-system compaction in the Tucson Active Management Area, south-central Arizona, 1987-2005

Results of ground-surface monitoring and borehole water table measurements document subsidence of the land surface correlative with changes in the ground water.

by Carruth, Robert L.; Pool, Donald R.; Anderson, Carl E.; Arizona Department of Water Resources (Cooperator); City of Tucson Water Department (Cooperator); Pima County (Cooperator); Town of Oro Valley (Cooperator); Town of Marana (Cooperator); and Metropolitan Domestic Water Improvement District (Cooperator)
U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2007-5190
Related topics:
GPS measurement, Groundwater level, Hydrogeology, Subsidence, Topography, Aquifers
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Pima, Pinal
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