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Numerical simulation of ground-water flow in basin-fill material in Salt Lake Valley, Utah
P. M. Lambert
|Statement||by P.M. Lambert.|
|Series||Technical publication / State of Utah, Department of Natural Resources ;, no. 110-B, Technical publication (Utah. Dept. of Natural Resources) ;, no. 110-B.|
|Contributions||Utah. Division of Water Rights., Utah. Division of Water Quality., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||TA7 .U77 no. 110-B|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 58 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||96620383|
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NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF GROUND-WATER FLOW IN BASIN-FILL MATERIAL IN SALT LAKE VALLEY, UTAH By P.M. Lambert U.S. Geological Survey Prepared by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the Utah Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water Rights, and the Utah Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Water Quality Cited by: Home / Misc.
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Numerical simulation of ground-water flow in basin-fill material in Salt Lake Valley, Utah. Details. SKU: TPB: Weight: lbs Our price: $ A three-dimensional, finite-difference, numerical model was developed to simulate ground-water flow in the basin-fill material in Salt Lake Valley, Utah.
The model was calibrated to steady-state and transient-state conditions. The steady-state simulation was developed and calibrated using hydrologic data defining average conditions for Cited by: Get this from a library. Numerical simulation of ground-water flow in basin-fill material in Salt Lake Valley, Utah.
[P M Lambert; Utah. Division of Water Rights.; Utah. Division of. A three-dimensional, finite-difference, numerical model was developed to simulate ground-water flow in northern Utah Valley, Utah. The model includes expanded areal boundaries as compared to a previous ground-water flow model of the valley and incorporates more than 20 years of additional hydrologic data.
The model boundary was generally expanded to include the bedrock in the surrounding. Groundwater discharges from Cedar Valley via interbasin flow to northern Utah and Goshen Valleys, well pumping, spring discharge, evapotranspiration, and base flow to West Canyon Creek.
The volume of recharge entering the aquifer at its western margin is the most important control over long-term ground- water Utah book in the basin-fill aquifer.
Lambert, P.M., a, Numerical simulation of ground water flow in basin-fill material in Salt Lake Valley, Utah: Utah Department of Natural Resources Technical Publication no. –B, 58 p. Google Scholar. Lambert, P.M.,Numerical simulation of ground water flow in basin-fill material in Salt Lake Valley, Utah: Utah Department of Natural Resources Technical Publication no.
B, pp. Lambert PM () Numerical simulation of ground-water flow in basin-fill material in Salt Lake Valley, Utah. Technical publication B, Utah Department of Natural Resources, Salt Lake. Ground-water flow to Death Valley, as inferred from the chemistry and geohydrology of selected springs in Death Valley National Park, California and Nevada.
U.S Geological Survey Water-Resources. Ground-water quality classification for the principal basin-fill aquifer, Salt Lake Valley, Salt Lake County, Utah Open-file Report Ground-water quality classification and recommended septic tank soil-absorption-system density maps, Castle Valley, Grand County, Utah Special Study The Utah lands Inventory (NWI) coverage (U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Ser- State Water Plan recognizes the potential impact of increased vice, ) indicate that wetlands in Salt Lake Valley occupy. Regional Ground-Water Flow, Carbonate-Rock Province, Nevada, Utah, and Adjacent States; USGS Open-File Reports and ; Salt Lake Valley Ground-water Flow Model, Salt Lake Valley Ground-water Flow Model.
Hydrogeologic Setting and Ground-Water Flow Simulation of the Salt Lake Valley Regional Study Area, Utah By Bernard J. Stolp Abstract The transport of anthropogenic and natural contaminants to public-supply wells was evaluated in the Salt Lake Valley, Utah, as part of the U.S. Geological Survey National Water-Quality Assessment Program.
Salt Lake Valley Geology and Water Quality. In the Salt Lake Valley, Utah (Figure 1), the basin-fill aquifer is bounded by mountains to the east, south, and west and by Great Salt Lake to the nary-age basin fill consists of unconsolidated to semi-consolidated sediments deposited in climate-driven cycles of lacustrine, deltaic, and alluvial environments ().
continued economic growth in Salt Lake Valley. Ground Water in Salt Lake Valley A generalized model of the saturated basin-fill material in Salt Lake Valley consists of a relatively deep unconfined aquifer near the mountain fronts that becomes confined toward the center of the valley by interbedded, discontinuous layers of silt and clay (fig.
The Quiburis represents the basin fill deposited from the mid-Miocene to the mid-Pliocene in a lacustrine environment (Dickinson, ), forming Layer 2 and most of Layer 1 of the model. Incised within the Quiburis are 25–75 m of gravel-rich Quaternary deposits laid down by Holocene stream activity (Dickinson, ).
The model used in this study provides an example; it was created to answer questions about water levels and flow rates in Salt Lake Valley, Utah (Lambert ).
Salt Lake Valley Geology and Water Quality. In the Salt Lake Valley, Utah (Figure 1), the basin‐fill aquifer is bounded by mountains to the east, south, and west and by Great Salt.
TAMA basin fill deposits are up to 3, m thick, but most productive wells are less than m, as the water quality declines at greater depths and contains dissolved solids (Mason & Hipke, ). Valley wide, groundwater flow is typically northward, but pumping alters the flow paths and several areas developed perched aquifers as recharge.
new model. Ground-water flow models can be used by water managers to help understand impacts to the ground-water system from increased development, changing water use, and changes in recharge. Purpose and Scope This report evaluates the performance of a numerical model of the ground-water system in northern Utah Valley.
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