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Geology and ground-water chemistry, Curlew Valley, northwestern Utah and south-central Idaho - Implications for hydrogeology

Geology and ground-water chemistry, Curlew Valley, northwestern Utah and south-central Idaho - Implications for hydrogeology
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By: H. A. Hurlow and C. E. Bishop

This report (185 pages and 2 plates) presents new and compiled geologic, geophysical, hydrologic, and hydrochemical data to delineate the regional ground-water flow system in Curlew Valley in north-central Utah and south-central Idaho. Decreased precipitation combined with increased agricultural pumping in the central part of Curlew Valley in Utah and Idaho since the late 1960s caused a steady decline in discharge at the Locomotive Springs complex. These springs are the major natural discharge point of the Curlew Valley regional flow system and the site of an ecologically important wetlands complex and wildlife refuge. The report includes a compiled geologic map of the Curlew Valley surface-drainage basin at 1:100,000 scale and new geologic and hydrochemical data.

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Published: 2008
Pages: 185 p.
Plates: 2 pl.
Scale: 1:100,000
Location: Box Elder County
Media Type: Paper Publication

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