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Ground-water resources of northern Utah Valley, Utah

January 1, 1985

An evaluation was made of the ground-water resources of northern Utah Valley, Utah, to describe the ground-water system and to document changes in ground-water conditions since 1963. The principal ground-water reservoir is in basin-fill deposits. It consists of three major confined aquifers and an unconfined aquifer in pre-Lake Bonneville deposits along the mountains that adjoin the valley. The principal ground-water reservoir contains about 10 million acre-feet of recoverable water.

Publication Year 1985
Title Ground-water resources of northern Utah Valley, Utah
Authors D.W. Clark, C. L. Appel
Publication Type Report
Publication Subtype Other Government Series
Series Title Technical Publication
Series Number 80
Index ID 70043957
Record Source USGS Publications Warehouse
USGS Organization Utah Water Science Center