Mathematical model of the San Juan Valley ground-water basin, San Benito County, California

by Robert E. Faye

Publisher: U.S. Geological Survey in Menlo Park, Calif

Written in English
Published: Pages: 39 Downloads: 386
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  • Groundwater -- California -- San Benito County -- Mathematical models.

Edition Notes

Statementby Robert E. Faye.
SeriesWater-resources investigations -- no.58-73
ContributionsSan Benito County Water Conservation and Flood Control District (Calif.), Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 39 p. :
Number of Pages39
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Open LibraryOL23076260M

San Juan Resources, Inc. (SJR), founded in by Jerry McHugh, Jr., focuses on natural gas and oil exploration and production in the San Juan Basin of New Mexico and Colorado. San Juan Resources operates ~ 40 wells in the San Juan and has non-operated working, overriding royalty, and royalty interests in + wells across New Mexico counties. In , San Benito County Water District (District) developed a groundwater flow model of the San Benito County part of the Gilroy-Hollister Groundwater Basin (Yates and Zhang, ). The model has undergone revisions and enhancements to meet the needs of specific projects, most recently in (Todd Groundwater ). The “Paso Robles Area Subbasin” of the Salinas Valley Groundwater Basin (locally referred to as the “Paso Robles Groundwater Basin” - see DWR Bulletin Basin No. ), lies in northern San Luis Obispo County following boundary modifications which removed the portion in Monterey County in early The subbasin is bounded by the Santa Lucia Range on the . Focuses on natural gas and oil exploration and production in the San Juan Basin of New Mexico and Colorado. San Juan Resources operates 30+ wells in San Juan County and has nonoperated working, overriding royalty, and royalty interests in various properties across San Juan, Rio Arriba, and La Plata Counties.

This report is a brief summary of adjudicated groundwater basins within Los Angeles County, California. These basins include the Central Basin, West Coast Basin, Main San Gabriel Basin, Raymond Basin, and Upper Los Angeles River Area Basin. The purpose of this study is to organize and compile adjudication background information for ease of. Established in under California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act, the Salinas Valley Basin Groundwater Sustainability Agency is tasked with the ambitious goal of developing a comprehensive groundwater sustainability plan by and implementing the plan to achieve basin sustainability by San Joaquin Valley Drainage Authority (1) San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority (SLDMWA) (1) San Mateo County (1) Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board (1) Santa Ana Watershed Project Authority (SAWPA) (1) Santa Clara Valley Water District (3) Santa Cruz Mid-County Groundwater Basin Groundwater Sustainability Agency (1). Bieberman, R.A., , Mineral resources of the San Juan Basin, in Guidebook of the south and west sides of the San Juan Basin, New Mexico and Arizona: New Mexico Geological Society 2nd Field Conference Guidebook, p.

San Juan Basin Watershed Management Plan, Janu p. 1 of 53 1. INTRODUCTION The San Juan Basin Watershed Management Plan addresses protection and restoration of water quality in the perennial streams of the San Juan Basin within New Mexico, exclusive of the. All About the San Juan Basin Watershed: What is a watershed? How do watersheds work? It’s the land that water flows across or under on its way to stream, river, or lake. The landscape is made up of many interconnected basins, or watersheds. Within each watershed, all water runs to the lowest point-a stream, river, or lake. San Diego CA USA () [email protected] Central Valley, comprised of the Sacramento Valley on the north and the San Joaquin Valley on the south, located in the state of California. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Ground water in the San Juan Basin, New Mexico and Colorado Item Preview remove-circle Share or .

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A mathematical model study of the San Juan Valley ground-water basin in San Benito County, Calif., has quantitatively described the ground-water hydrology of the basin under past, present, and future conditions of development.

An analysis of conditions in the basin prior to large-scale ground-water development indicates that net recharge equaled cubic feet. Mathematical model of San Juan Valley ground-water basin, San Benito County, California (Geological Survey) [Robert E Faye] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Robert E Faye.

Simulation of the West Bolsa ground-water basin hydrology in California had provided values of basin recharge and discharge and nodally distributed values of transmissivity and storage coefficient.

Average net recharge from April to March was cubic feet per second and occurred as subsurace recharge and infiltration of rain and minor streamflow. Get this from a library.

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MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF THE SAN JUAN VALLEY GROUND-WATER BASIN SAN BENITO COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. By Robert E. Faye. ABSTRACT. A mathematical model study of the San Juan Valley ground-water basin in San Benito County, Calif., has quantitatively described the ground-water hydrology of the basin under past, present, and.

The San Joaquin Valley and Tulare basins in California’s Central Valley have intensive agricultural activity and groundwater demand that has caused significant subsidence and depletion of water resources in the past.

We measured groundwater pumping-induced land subsidence in the southern Central Valley from March to May using Sentinel-1. The total population of the San Joaquin Basin in was approximately 2 million (Great Valley Center, ). Major Cities. Stockton, Turlock, Merced, and Modesto. Geographic Features.

San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Tuolumne, and Merced Rivers, and the southern part of the Delta. Climate. The San Joaquin Basin has mild winters and particularly hot.

San Juan Water District holds elections for members of its five-member Board of Directors every two years on a staggered schedule (2 positions in3 in ), for four-year terms. These elections Read more».

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Mathematical model of the San Juan Valley ground-water basin, San Beni. San Joaquin Valley Groundwater Basin— Population information was obtained from county and or individual city web sites. Information regarding groundwater ordinances and regulation were obtained from Bulletin (DWR ) and contacting individual counties.

A reference section is presented at the end of this report. The Mission of the San Juan Basin Authority To develop and maintain a reliable, high quality economical local water supply for the residents in the San Juan Basin by maximizing water use through management of local ground and surface water of San Juan Creek and its tributaries, with due consideration for preservation, enhancement, and conservation of the environment.

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Mathematical Model of San Juan Valley Ground water Basin San Benito County California. Robert E. Faye. Format Type: PDF. MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF THE ANTELOPE VALLEY GROUND-WATER BASIN, CALIFORNIA By TIMOTHY J. DURBIN ABSTRACT Antelope Valley is a closed topographic basin in the western part of the Mojave Desert in southern California.

A ground-water basin with a surface area of square. South Coast Hydrologic Region California’s Groundwater San Fernando Valley Groundwater Basin Bulletin Last update 2/27/04 the water year is.

Gilroy-Hollister Groundwater Basin (JSA ) in general terms. However, no specific information is available for the San Juan Bautista Area subbasin. Groundwater Budget (Type A) Information in “San Benito County Ground-Water Investigation” (Luhdorff and Scalmanini ) describes the groundwater budget of the San Juan Bautista Area subbasin.

Recharge in the San Juan Basin. E - Technical Memorandum, San Juan Basin Regional Groundwater Model Update and Seawater Extraction Barrier Impact Analysis.

F - Technical Memorandum Existing Wells, Owners, Location and Use in the San Juan Basin, California. G - Feasibility Study, Geophysical Investigation, San Juan Basin, San Juan Capistrano.

Author of Relations of Borehole Resistivity to the Horizontal Hydraulic Conductivity and Dissolved-Solids Concentration in Water of Clastic Coastal Plain, Relations of Borehole Resistivity to the Horizontal Hydraulic Conductivity and Dissolved Solids Concentration in Water of Clastic Coastal Plain, Impact of flow regulation and powerplant effluents on the flow and temperature regimes.

San Juan Basin Public Health recommends, as does the State of Colorado, that every private well used for drinking water be tested once per year by a certified laboratory. Most of these tests involve the well user collecting a sample at a non-aerated, non-swiveling tap (like a bathtub) in lab-provided containers and mailing them to a laboratory.

CENTRAL VALLEY REGION THE SACRAMENTO RIVER BASIN AND THE SAN JOAQUIN RIVER BASIN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL WATER QUALITY CONTROL BOARD CENTRAL VALLEY REGION Karl E. Longley, Chair Denise Kadara, Vice-Chair Jon Costantino, Member Carmen L. Ramirez, Member Modoc County 11/21/ R5 1/22/ 3. The U.S. Geological Survey completed the following assessments of undiscovered oil and gas resources of the San Juan Basin Province of northwestern New Mexico and southwestern Colorado Conventional and Continuous Assessment (Digital Data Series 69.

The San Juan Basin is a geologic structural basin located near the Four Corners region of the Southwestern United basin cover 7, square miles and resides in northwestern New Mexico, southwestern Colorado, and parts of Utah and ically, the basin occupies space in the San Juan, Rio Arriba, Sandoval, and McKinley counties in New Mexico.

Many of the groundwater basins in the San Joaquin Valley are stressed, according to a new state report. Above, cracked concrete on the Delta Mendota Canal near Los Banos, where the land is sinking. The Santa Maria River Valley Groundwater Basin (Santa Maria Basin), DWR Bulletin Basin No.

underlies the coastal portion of the northern Santa Barbara and southern San Luis Obispo DWR-defined Santa Maria Basin encompasses approximatelyacres ( square miles), of which approximat acres ( square miles) are within San Luis Obispo County. Inthe San Juan Basin Authority developed a phased plan to maximize the use of local ground and surface water within the San Juan Creek Basin.

Phase 1 - Completed inthis phase included new production wells and a desalter facility; the Groundwater Recovery Plant (GWRP). Upon the completion of the Plan, Santa Margarita Water District. several significant oil and gas fields west of the San Juan Basin and are fractured ground-water aquifers in the Zuni uplift region.

Rarely are these rocks reached by drilling in the deeper part of the San Juan Basin, because they are found only at great depth. Overlying these Paleozoic rocks are Triassic rocks (about million years old). The San Joaquin Valley is a sediment-filled depression, called a basin, that is bound to the west by the California Coast Ranges, and to the east by the Sierra Nevadas.

It is classified as a forearc basin, which basically means that it is a basin that formed in front of a mountain range. The survey is part of the technical assistance furnished to the San Juan County Conservation District.

Major fieldwork for this soil survey was completed in Soil names and descriptions were approved in Unless otherwise indicated, statements in this. Documentation of model input and output values for the geohydrology and ground-water-flow simulation of the Surprise Spring basin aquifer system, San Bernardino County, California: U.S.

Geological Survey Open-File Report5 p.Water Supply Bulletin 46 () describes the general hydrologic system, geology, surface water, and groundwater resources of the San Juan Islands.

This bulletin includes geologic descriptions, well log records, precipitation, streamflow measurements, and water quality data for San Juan County, WA.The Main San Gabriel Basin lies in eastern Los Angeles County, California. The hydrologic basin or watershed coincides with a portion of the upper San Gabriel River watershed, and the aquifer or groundwater basin underlies most of the San Gabriel Valley.

The groundwater basin is bounded by the San Gabriel Mountains to.