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Selected hydrologic data from wells in the east shore area of the Great Salt Lake, Utah, 1985

Selected hydrologic data from wells in the east shore area of the Great Salt Lake, Utah, 1985

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section, distributor] in [Denver, Colo.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Utah -- Great Salt Lake Region -- Statistics,
  • Water table -- Utah -- Great Salt Lake Region -- Statistics,
  • Water quality -- Utah -- Great Salt Lake Region -- Statistics

  • Edition Notes

    StatementG.G. Plantz ... [et al.] ; prepared in cooperation with the Utah Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water Rights
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 86-139, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 86-139
    ContributionsPlantz, Gerald G, Utah. Division of Water Rights, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 microfiches
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15419211M

      Great Salt Lake is the fourth largest terminal lake in the world, with an area of about square kilometers at its historic high elevation. Since its historic low elevation of meters in , the lake has risen to a new historic high elevation of meters in –, a net increase of about meters. About 60 percent of this increase, meters, has occurred since Cited by:


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Selected hydrologic data from wells in the east shore area of the Great Salt Lake, Utah, 1985 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Selected hydrologic data from wells in the east shore area of the Great Salt Lake, Utah, [Gerald G Plantz; Utah. Division of Water Rights.; Geological Survey (U.S.);]. SELECTED HYDROLOGIC DATA FOR SALT LAKE VALLEY, UTAH,WITH EMPHASIS ON DATA FROM THE SHALLOW UNCONFINED AQUIFER AND CONFINING LAYERS By Susan A.

Thiros ABSTRACT Hydrologic data were collected from wells in the Salt Lake Valley, Utah, from toto better understand the hydrologic system in the by: 2. This report contains hydrologic data collected in the Salt Lake Valley mainly from through The Salt Lake Valley (pI.

1) is bounded by the Wasatch Range on the east, the Oquirrh Mountains on the west, the Traverse Mountains on the south, and the boundary. Great Salt Lake’s closed basin. Along the Wasatch Front and for most of northwestern Utah, a special circumstance exists where the surface runoff and ground-water components of the hydrologic cycle cannot flow to the ocean, but are limited to Great Salt Lake’s closed basin.

The Great Salt Lake, a remnant of Lake Bonneville, diminishes and accumulates a vast quantity of salt. Great Salt Lake information: Pleistocene: Glaciers blanket the Uinta Mountains, the Wasatch Range, and mountains of the Colorado Plateau. Lake Bonneville, a large fresh-water lake, covers many northern and western Utah valleys.

This report is the last of 19 hydrologic reconnaissances of the basins in western Utah. The purposes of this series of studies are (1) to analyze available hydrologic data and describe the hydrologic system, (2) to evaluate existing and potential water-resources development, and (3) to identify additional studies that might be needed.

Part 1 of this report gives an estimate of recharge and. Figure 4. Photographs of cores of basin-fill deposits from two monitoring wells in Salt Lake Valley, Utah. 9 Figure 5. Map showing distribution of hydraulic-conductivity and transmissivity values determined from slug tests done at selected monitoring wells in Salt Lake Valley, Utah.

14 Figure by: 4. Department of the Interior GEOLOGICAL SURVEY SELECTED GROUND-WATER DATA, BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS AND PILOT VALLEY, WESTERN UTAH By Gregory C. Lines UTAH BASIC-DATA RELEASE NO. 30 Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of. Conclusions. Areas in the greatest danger for flooding are portions of Layton, Utah and Centerville, Utah, as well as the Salt Lake City International Airport.

The increase in development within the year flood line indicates that should another major flood event happen, damages would be higher than in The goal of “No Net Loss” of wetlands has not been met within the Great Salt.

Metals enter Little Cottonwood Creek in Salt Lake County, Utah, in drainage water that discharges from inactive mines in the watershed (fig. As part of a study to evaluate the effects of this Selected hydrologic data from wells in the east shore area of the Great Salt Lake drainage on water quality, a sodium chloride tracer was injected into Little Cottonwood Creek during SeptemberThe purpose of the injection was to quantify stream discharge; to.

Great Salt Lake Wetland Inventory Narrative Report During the summer ofthe Utah Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Corps of Engineers (CE), and Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) entered into an agreement to produce wetland maps for 26quadrangles encompassing the eastern shore of.

Last map update: 05/08/ at am MDT 05/08/ at UTC What is UTC time. Map Help. Disclaimer. Notice - The USGS Water Resources Mission Area's priority is to maintain the safety and well-being of our communities, including providing critical situational awareness in times of flooding in all 50 U.S.

states and additional territories. Our hydrologic monitoring stations continue to send data in near real-time to NWISWeb, and we are continuing critical water monitoring activities to. The Salt Lake City South ' quadrangle is near the center of Salt Lake Valley and only late Quaternary (late Pleistocene and Holocene) surficial deposits are exposed in the quadrangle.

These deposits are mostly alluvial stream deposits related to the Jordan River and its tributaries, alluvial-fan deposits related to filling of Salt Lake. Utah State University [email protected] Reports Utah Water Research Laboratory January Expected Effects of In-Lake Dikes on Water Levels and Quality in the Farmington Bay and the East Shore Areas of the Great Salt Lake, Utah (Executive Summary) Duane G.

Chadwick J. Paul Riley Alberta J. Seierstad Darwin L. Sorensen Norman E. StaufferAuthor: Duane G. Chadwick, J. Paul Riley, Alberta J. Seierstad, Darwin L. Sorensen, Norman E. Stauffer. Ground-water quality classification for the principal basin-fill aquifer, Salt Lake Valley, Salt Lake County, Utah 3 the Jordan Narrows, a water gap in the Traverse Mountains, and ultimately into Great Salt Lake.

Six other major streams flow into the valley from the Wasatch Range to the east and into the. Ground Condition Complete Yearly USGS Thesaurus Hydrologic Data Site Stream Lake Reservoir Spring Estuary Well Well Depth Water Use Altitude Hole Depth inlandWaters ISO Topic Category geoscientificInformation inlandWaters environment Geographic Names Information System State of.

The Great Salt Lake (GSL) Waterbird Survey (WBS) is a five-year study () that examines the relationships of migratory waterbirds with the GSL ecosystem through the spring, summer and fall seasons, between years, and across a variety of habitats.

WRB-2 Ground-water conditions in the southern and central parts of the East Shore areaby R. Smith and J. Gates,41 p., 2 pl. WRB-3 Dissolved-mineral inflow to Great Salt Lake and chemical characteristics of the Salt Lake brine, Part I: Selected hydrologic data, by D. Hahl and C WRB Great Salt Lake, Utah.

The salinity of Great Salt Lake is measured by taking specific gravity and temperature measurements and comparing them to standardized values reported in a table. Specific gravity is measured in the field by testing a water sample with a device very similar to a battery or antifreeze tester.

FIG* RE 3. RELATIONSHIP OF LAKE AREA TO LAKE ELEVATION IN POST-BONNEVTLLE TIME. As the surface elevation of Great Salt Lake (vertical scale) rises or falls. the surface area of the lake (horizontal scale) increases or decreases accordingly.

The exact relationship depends on basin topography al each level. At the foot level, the main body of. DESCRIPTION: Latitude 40°43'53", Longitude °12'46" NAD27 Salt Lake County, Utah, Hydrologic Unit Drainage area: 22, square miles.

» Utah Lakes» Great Salt Lake Login | Home: Community. Great Salt Lake Water Level. WATER LEVEL. 4, Feet MSL. Monday, AM Level is 4, feet above full pool of Preparing lake level chart. Historical fluctuations in lake level 7 Application of lake data 12 Comparison with drainage lakes 7 Salinity in relation to hydrologic properties 12 Salt content of closed lakes 8 Time for accumulation of salts 15 Loss of salts with variation in lake level 8 Hydrologic data 17 Lake data 8 References 19 Page FIGURE 1.

Exploration and Survey of the Valley of the Great Salt Lake of Utah: Including a Reconnoissance of a New Route Through the Rocky Mountains Senate documents / Senate of the United States Issue 3 of Senate executive document [United States.

32d Cong.]. Residential and commercial development of about 80 square miles that primarily replaced undeveloped and agricultural areas occurred in Salt Lake Valley, Utah, from to This study evaluates the occurrence and distribution of natural and anthropogenic compounds in shallow ground water underlying recently developed (post Selected geologic and hydrologic data for the regional carbonate-bedrock and glacial aquifers in western Ohio (Open-file report / U.S.

Geological Survey) [Sheets, Rodney A] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Selected geologic and hydrologic data for the regional carbonate-bedrock and glacial aquifers in western Ohio (Open-file report / U.S. Geological Survey)Author: Rodney A Sheets.

Idaho, cover square miles and holding 10 times the water that the Great Salt Lake holds today (about the size of Lake Michigan). According to the experts, Lake Bonneville reshaped itself when at an elevation of feet the earth dike at Red Rock on the far northern shore broke loose and a catastrophic flood surged down the present Marsh Valley and Portneuf River to the Snake River.

The Digital Flood Insurance Rate Map (DFIRM) Database depicts flood risk information and supporting data used to develop the risk data. The primary risk classifications used are the 1-percent-annual-chance flood event, the percent-annual- chance flood event, and areas of minimal flood h Year: Geologic Hazards of the Magna Quadrangle, Salt Lake County, Utah LIQUEFACTION SUSCEPTIBILITY MAP OF THE MAGNA QUADRANGLE, SALT LAKE COUNTY, UTAH by A Jessica J.

Castleton, Ashley H. Elliott, and Greg N. McDonald APPROXIMATE MEAN 1 0 1 MILE 0 FEET 1 0 1 KILOMETER SCALECONTOUR INTERVAL 20 FEET.

The Great Salt Lake Watershed drains a mass square miles of land. From the Great Salt Lake at an elevation of 4, feet, the watershed rises to an elevation of 13, feet.

This dry watershed on average only receives 11 inches of rain per year. Streams in this basin flow very little water, except during the months of snowmelt runoff.

W etlands in Northern Salt Lake V alley, Salt Lake County, Utah—an evaluation of the threats posed by ground-water developement and dr ought 11 and has TDS concentrations as high as 75, mg/L.

Book/Printed Material | Photo, Print, Drawing Exploration and survey of the valley of the Great Salt Lake of Utah: including a reconnoissance of a new route through the Rocky mountains / / By Howard Stansbury, captain, Corps topographical engineers.we only used the data after when direct physical mea-surement began.

Figure 1. Map of study region centered on Great Salt Lake watershed showing major tributaries and seven tree-ring sites that were used in the model. Downloaded from by guest on June 9, Cited by: Salt Lake City is located in a large valley, the Salt Lake Valley, separated by the Wasatch Mountains to the east and the Oquirrh Mountains to the west.

Salt Lake City is located at 40°45'17" North, °53'33" West (, ). According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of km² ( mi²) km² ( mi²) of it is land and km² (1 Education: Schools, East High, Highland High, Judge.

Background: Lakepoint Wetlands. T he North Zone Wetlands are located near a smelting, refinery and mill tailings impundment facility operated by Kennecott Utah Copper Corporation (KUCC), on a narrow strip of land between the north end of the Oquirrh Mountains and the south shore of the Great Salt Lake, west of Salt Lake City, Utah.

(View the location map.). West Pond. About 94 million times, or % of the total salt in Great Salt Lake, flowed back to the Great Salt Lake. This leaves a net of %, or approximately million tons of salt, having been left in the west pond area.

The salts were either precipitated on. The Great Basin is the largest region of contiguous endorheic drainage basins in North America, and is encompassed by the Great Basin is a list of the drainage basins in the Great Basin that are over sq mi (1, km 2), listed by the state containing most of the basin.

Utah’s Great Salt Lake, which is the largest salt water lake in the western hemisphere, has been on a gradual decline over the past few years, and is Author: Angela Fritz.

Lakes The Great Salt Lake The water from most lakes tastes like the water from a tap in your house. This kind of water is called freshwater. Almost all lakes are filled with freshwater. However, the water in the Great Salt Lake of Utah is saltwater, not freshwater.

In fact. The rate of evaporation from the Great Salt Lake (GSL) water surface is a function of local meteorological conditions, the temperature, and the salinity of the water surface.After the Great Lakes, Utah's Great Salt Lake is the largest body of water (by area) in the United States.

Back in the middle of the 19th century, when pioneers first arrived in the area, the lake. Groundwater Wells There's a good chance that the average Joe who had to dig a well in ancient Egypt probably did the work with his hands, a shovel, and a bucket.

He would have kept digging until he reached the water table, where all the spaces between the rock and dirt particles are filled with water, and water filled the bottom of the hole.