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Region 7: Upper Colorado Basin

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USGS Science Centers in Region 7-Upper Colorado Basin produce hundreds of USGS-series publications, journal papers, and books each year that are subject to rigorous review by USGS specialists. The publications shown below on this page are related to study areas and staff members of USGS Science Centers in Region 7 compiled from the USGS Publications Warehouse.

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Year Published: 1952

Hydrologic reconnaissance of the Green River in Utah and Colorado

The Green River, rising in Wyoming and draining high mountains in that state, northeast Utah and northwest Colorado, is a major tributary of the Colorado River. In the late summer, after the snow has melted from these mountains, the flow in the Green River reaches its minimum for the year. At that time a large proportion of the water in the river...

Thomas, H. E.
Hydrologic reconnaissance of the Green River in Utah and Colorado; 1952; CIR; 129; Thomas, H. E.

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Index well in Ogden Valley, Utah

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Thomas, H. E.
Index well in Ogden Valley, Utah; 1952; OFR; 52-150; Thomas, H. E.

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The industrial utility of public water supplies in the Mountain States, 1952

The location of industrial plants is dependent on an ample water supply of suitable quality. Information relating to the chemical characteristics of the water supplies is not only essential to the location of many plants but also is an aid in the manufacture and distribution of many commodities.Public water supplies are utilized extensively as a...

Lohr, E.W.; Howard, C. S.; Kiser, R.T.; Hem, J.D.; Swenson, H.A.
The industrial utility of public water supplies in the Mountain States, 1952; 1952; CIR; 203; Lohr, E. W.; Howard, C. S.; Kiser, R. T.; Hem, J. D.; Swenson, H. A.

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Discharge of wells in East Shore area, Utah

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Nelson, W.B.
Discharge of wells in East Shore area, Utah; 1951; OFR; 51-139; Nelson, W. B.

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Estimated use of water in the United States - 1950

An estimated 170,000 million gallons of water was withdrawn from the ground, lakes, or streams each day on the average during 1950 and used on the farms and in the homes, factories, and business establishments of the United States. An additional 1,100,000 million gallons per day was used to generate hydro-power. Water power is the largest user of...

MacKichan, Kenneth Allen
Estimated use of water in the United States, 1950; 1951; CIR; 115; MacKichan, Kenneth Allen

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The water situation in the United States with special reference to ground water

This report constitutes appendixes B and C of a report prepared in April 1950 by the Geological Survey at the request of the President’s Water Resources Policy Commission. The full report was entitled "Water facts in relation to a national water-resources policy.” The brief text, entitled "Water in relation to the national economy,” and appendix A...

McGuinness, Charles Lee
The water situation in the United States, with special reference to ground water with a summary of the current water situation by States based on data supplied by field offices of the Water Resources Division; 1951; CIR; 114; McGuinness, Charles Lee

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Year Published: 1950

Ground water in the Escalante Valley, Beaver, Iron, and Washington Counties, Utah

Escalante Valley in southwestern Utah is one of the largest and most important ground-water areas of the State, with 1,300 square miles of arid land and an additional 1,500 square miles in its tributary drainage basin. Ground water is obtained from gravel and sand beds in the unconsolidated valley fill. In 1950 more irrigation wells were pumped...

Fix, Philip F.; Nelson, W.B.; Lofgren, B. E.; Butler, R.G.

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Year Published: 1950

Progress report on ground-water investigation in Ashley Valley, Uintah County, Utah

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Nelson, W.B.; Lofgren, B. E.
Progress report on ground-water investigation in Ashley Valley, Uintah County, Utah; 1950; OFR; 50-86; Nelson, W. B.; Lofgren, B. E.

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Year Published: 1949

Annual runoff in the United States

The water that drains from the land into creeks and rivers is called runoff. Supplying many of our basic human needs for water, runoff occurs chiefly as a residual of rainfall after Nature’s take – that is, after the persistent demands of evaporation from land and transpiration from vegetation have been supplied.

Langbein, Walter Basil
Annual runoff in the United States; 1949; CIR; 52; Langbein, Walter Basil

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Ground water in the Jordan Valley, Utah

The Jordan Valley is a small part of a larger area that during the glacial epoch was covered by an ancient lake known as Lake Bonneville. The Jordan River, the natural drainage path from Utah Lake, flows northward through the center of the valley and empties into Great Salt Lake. The Jordan Valley is a rockbottomed valley in which a great...

Taylor, G.H.; Leggette, R.M.
Ground water in the Jordan Valley, Utah; 1949; WSP; 1029; Taylor, G. H.; Leggette, R. M.

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Water-supply investigation at Navajo Mountain, Navajo Indian Reservation, San Juan County, Utah

No abstract available.

Brown, S.C.; Halpenny, L.C.; Whitcomb, H.A.
Water-supply investigation at Navajo Mountain, Navajo Indian Reservation, San Juan County, Utah; 1949; OFR; 49-59; Brown, S. C.; Halpenny, L. C.; Whitcomb, H. A.

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Ground water in the East Shore area, Utah. Part I. Bountiful District, Davis County

The Bountiful district in Davis County, Utah, less than 10 miles from the heart of Salt Lake City, is rapidly becoming an integral part of the metropolitan area of Salt Lake City. It cannot achieve the development that its location merits unless the present water supplies are increased. The district is a fertile agricultural area favorably...

Thomas, H. E.; Nelson, W.B.

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