2 edition of Water-resources appraisal of Antelope Valley and East Walker area, Nevada and California found in the catalog.
Water-resources appraisal of Antelope Valley and East Walker area, Nevada and California
Patrick A. Glancy
|Statement||by Patrick A. Glancy.|
|Series||Water resources--reconnaissance series, report, 53|
|Contributions||Nevada. Division of Water Resources., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||GB1025.N4 A38 no. 53|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||73636846|
Antelope Valley is one of the study areas being evaluated. The Antelope study area is approximately 1, square miles (4, square kilometers) and includes the Antelope Valley groundwater basin (California Department of Water Resources, ). Antelope Valley has an arid climate and is part of the Mojave Desert. Name Job title Regular pay Overtime pay Other pay Total pay Benefits Total pay & benefits Dwayne Chisam: General Manager Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency, $, $ $ $, $52,
Request ADA document remediation for individuals using assistive technology devices. Antelope Valley, Los Angeles and Kern Counties, California, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report p. Kennedy/Jenks Consultants (KJC). Antelope Valley Water Resources Study. Consultant’s report prepared for the Antelope Valley Water Group, November
Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency Antelope Valley State Water Contractors Association City of Lancaster California Department of Water Resources Ninth Street, Room Sacramento, CA Ms. Tam Doduc, Chair State Water Resources Control Board I Street. Annual Water Resources Report Click Here. Copyright © Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency.
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Glancy. DIVISION OF WATER RESOURCES Carson City Livestock grazing on the floodplain of the East Walker River. WATER RESOURCES-RECONNAISSANCE SERIES REPORT 53 WATER-RESOURCES ÅPPRÅISÅL OF ANTELOPE VALLEY AND EAST WALKER AREA, NEVADA Water-resources appraisal of Antelope Valley and East Walker area CALIFORNIA Patrick A.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Patrick A Glancy. The Antelope Valley is located in northern Los Angeles County, California, and the southeast portion of Kern County, California, and constitutes the western tip of the Mojave Desert.
It is situated between the Tehachapi, Sierra Pelona, and the San Gabriel Mountains. The valley was named for the pronghorns that roamed there until they were all but eliminated in the s, mostly by hunting, or Location: California, United States.
Water-resources appraisal of Antelope Valley and east Walker area, Nevada and California: Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Ground-water Resources Reconnaissance Series Rep 69 p.
Glancy, P. A., and Katzer, T. L.,Water-resources appraisal of the Carson River Valley, western Nevada: Nevada. Walker River and Lake are in the Walker River Basin (hydrographic region 9). The Walker River Basin is about 3, square miles and includes 7 hydrographic areas: Antelope Valley, Smith Valley, Mason Valley, East Walker Area, Walker Lake Valley/Schurz subarea, Walker Lake Valley/Lake subarea, and Walker Lake Valley/Whiskey Flat-Hawthorne subarea.
Water-resources appraisal of Antelope Valley and east Walker Lake area, Nevada and California Water Resources - Reconnaissance Series Report 53 Water resources and development in Mason Valley, Lyon and Mineral Counties, Nevada, Water Resources Bulletin State of Nevada Division of Water Resources.
Last updated 8/12/ Acceptable Use Policy. / WATER RESOURCES APPRAISAL OF THE COLUMBUS SALT MARSH - SODA SPRING VALLEY AREA, MINERAL AND ESMERALDA COUNTYIES, NEVADA,pb, 66 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), 2 figs., 9 photographs, - 3 - $ 36 Report 53 / Glancy, P.
/ WATER RESOURCES APPRAISAL OF ANTELOPE VALLEY AND EAST WALKER AREA, NEVADA AND CALIFORNIA, Carson City. Meetings. The Watermaster Meetings. Excerpts from Final Antelope Valley Watermaster Annual Report, Todd Groundwater, Watermaster Engineer, dated August 1, (except as added where emphasized with italics)On Jthe Court approved the Watermaster Board members on an interim basis and on September 8,approved the members on the terms provided by the Court.
Resources and estimate the amount of groundwater pumped within the Nevada portion of the Antelope Valley Groundwater Basin for the water yearbeginning October 1,and ending Septem (hereafter referred to as the water year).
DESCRIPTION OF THE STUDY AREA Antelope Valley is located in west central Nevada and east. 7, Ground-Water Resources of Desert Valley, Humboldt County, Nevada.
Aprilby William C. Sinclair. Ground-Water Appraisal a£ Independence Valley, Western Elko Nevada-California, Marchby George E. Walker and Thomas E. Eakin, miles, excluding Antelope Valley and the drainage area upstream from the.
California-Nevada state line in northern Mono County. It lies at about 5, feet elevation and encompasses ab acres within California (an additio acres exist in Nevada). The West Walker River flows north through Antelope Valley and is the confluence of many streams draining the east slopes of the Sierra Nevada.
The West. ANTELOPE VALLEY, CALIFORNIA By William E. Templin, Steven P. Phillips, Daniel E. Cherry, Myrna L. DeBortoli, and others Abstract Urban land use and water use in the Antelope Valley, California, have increased significantly since development of the valley began in the late 's.
Ground water has been a major source of water in this area. The Antelope Valley State Water Contractors Association (AVSWCA) was created in as a joint powers authority in an effort to optimize the use of the water resources and protect surface water and groundwater storage within the Antelope Valley.
measured. In Smith Valley, 8, acre-ft/yr of Desert Creek flow has been in-cluded in the water budget. In Antelope Valley, the contribution from Mill and Slinkard Creeks is unknown, so the difference of 15, acre-ft between average inflow and outflow underesti-mates total surface-water consumption.
Water Budget for Walker Lake. Sign up for updates from Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency. Eagle Valley Carson Valley 9. WALKER RIVER BASIN Antelope Valley Smith Valley Mason Valley East Walker Area Walker Lake Valley (A) Schurz Subarea (B) Lake Subarea (C) Whisky Flat - Hawthorne Subarea CENTRAL REGION Alkali Valley (Mineral) (A) Northern Part (B) Southern Part Mono Valley Glancy, P.A., and Van Denburgh, A.S.,Water-resources appraisal of the Lower Virgin River Valley area, Nevada, Arizona, and Utah: Nevada Department of.
The Antelope Valley Integrated Regional Water Management Plan (IRWMP), A.K.A. The AV Water Plan, is a multi-county collaboration effort developed to address regional concerns about water supply reliability, water quality, flood protection, environmental resources and land use management in the Antelope Valley.Water supplied to AVEK is imported through California's State Water Project (SWP).
The SWP is a state water managmeent project under the supervision of the California Department of Water Resrouces. The SWP is one of the largest public water and power utilities in the world, providing drinking water for more than 23 million people.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Johnson, Harry Roland, Water resources of Antelope Valley, California.
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