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Estimated crop irrigation water use withdrawals in Willcox Groundwater Basin, Arizona for 2020

Observations of irrigated agricultural land within the Willcox Groundwater Basin in Arizona. Crops were verified in situ twice in 2020, first on May 20th and again on August 12th; based on digitized field boundaries. Field boundaries were digitized from U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Imagery Program images dated 2019 and supplemented with Landsat and Sentinel2 imagery collec

Estimated crop irrigation water use withdrawals in Lower San Pedro Groundwater Basin, Arizona for 2020

Observations of irrigated agricultural land within the Lower San Pedro Groundwater Basin in Arizona. Crops were verified in situ once in 2020 on July 14th; based on digitized field boundaries. Field boundaries were digitized from U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Imagery Program images dated 2019 and supplemented with Landsat and Sentinel2 imagery collections accessed via the U

Estimated crop irrigation water use withdrawals in Harquahala Irrigation Non-Expansion Area Groundwater Basin, Arizona for 2020

Observations of irrigated agricultural land within the Harquahala Irrigation Non-Expansion Area Groundwater Basin in Arizona. Crops were verified in situ three times in 2020 on first on March 11th, then on May 27th, and finally on August 11th; based on digitized field boundaries. Field boundaries were digitized from U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Imagery Program images dated

Estimated crop irrigation water use withdrawals in Sacramento Valley Groundwater Basin, Arizona for 2020

Observations of irrigated agricultural land within the Sacramento Valley Groundwater Basin in Arizona. Crops were verified in situ once in 2020 on July 16th; based on digitized field boundaries. Field boundaries were digitized from U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Imagery Program images dated 2019 and supplemented with Landsat and Sentinel2 imagery collections accessed via the

Estimated crop irrigation water use withdrawals in Butler Valley Groundwater Basin, Arizona for 2020

Observations of irrigated agricultural land within the Butler Valley Groundwater Basin in Arizona. Crops were verified in situ twice in 2020 first on March 11th and again on August 11th; based on digitized field boundaries. Field boundaries were digitized from U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Imagery Program images dated 2019 and supplemented with Landsat and Sentinel2 imagery

Estimated crop irrigation water use withdrawals in Ranegras Plain Groundwater Basin, Arizona for 2020

Observations of irrigated agricultural land within the Ranegras Plain Groundwater Basin in Arizona. Crops were verified in situ three times in 2020 first on March 11th, then on May 27th, and finally on August 11th; based on digitized field boundaries. Field boundaries were digitized from U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Imagery Program images dated 2019 and supplemented with L

Estimated crop irrigation water use withdrawals in Hualapai Valley Groundwater Basin, Arizona for 2020

Observations of irrigated agricultural land within the Hualapai Valley Groundwater Basin in Arizona. Crops were verified in situ once in 2020 on July 16th; based on digitized field boundaries. Field boundaries were digitized from U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Imagery Program images dated 2019 and supplemented with Landsat and Sentinel2 imagery collections accessed via the U

Soil-Water-Balance (SWB) model archive used to simulate potential mean annual recharge in the Grand Canyon region, Arizona

This model archive contains the Soil-Water-Balance (SWB) model used to simulate potential mean annual recharge in the Grand Canyon region for 1981 through 2016. The simulated results are described in the associated U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2022-5037. The model archive includes all the necessary files to document and run the SWB model and process the results as displa

Groundwater Well Data and Annual Groundwater Pumpage Data (1984 - 2019) in Altar Valley, Arizona

This data release contains groundwater well data and annual groundwater pumpage data for Altar Valley. Groundwater Well Data: The following are well attributes that were retrieved for sites within the study area: Well Name Site-identification no. Latitude and Longitude in NAD83 Altitude of land surface in NAVD88 Depth of hole Depth of well Type of Well Log Arizona Department of Water Resources

MODFLOW-NWT groundwater model used for simulating a potential future pumping scenario and forecasting associated groundwater-level changes in the Hualapai Valley, Northwestern Arizona.

A numerical groundwater flow model of the Hualapai Valley Basin, using MODFLOW-NWT, was developed to assist water-resource managers in understanding the potential effects of projected groundwater withdrawals on groundwater levels in the basin. Hualapai Valley Basin is a broad, internally drained, intermountain desert basin in Mohave County, northwestern Arizona. Basin-fill aquifers are the primary

Southwest Gravity Program Absolute-Gravity Database

This dataset contains absolute-gravity data collected by the USGS Southwest Gravity Program, a collaborative effort of the Arizona, California, and New Mexico Water Science Centers to monitor and model groundwater-storage change. Data were collected following the methods in "Procedures for Field Data Collection, Processing, Quality Assurance and Quality Control, and Archiving of Relative and Abs

MODFLOW-NWT groundwater model demonstrating groundwater model calibration with repeat microgravity measurements

A numerical model was developed using MODFLOW-NWT and FloPy to simulate groundwater flow and demonstrate a practical method for incorporating repeat microgravity observations (i.e., small changes in the acceleration due to Earth's gravity) as a new type of calibration target for groundwater-flow models. The single-layer, 250-m cell size model was kept relatively simple to focus on the value of rep