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Ground-water quality data in the Coachella Valley study unit, 2007

Dara A. Goldrath

Ground-water quality data in the Coachella Valley study unit, 2007

results from the California GAMA Program

by Dara A. Goldrath

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in Reston, Va .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Dara A. Goldrath, Michael T. Wright, and Kenneth Belitz ; prepared in cooperation with the California State Water Resources Control Board
SeriesData series -- 373, Data series (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 373.
ContributionsWright, Michael T. (Michael Thomas), 1966-, Belitz, Kenneth, Ground Water Ambient Monitoring and Assessment Program (Calif.), California. State Water Resources Control Board, Geological Survey (U.S.)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGB1025.C2 G65 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 70 p. :
Number of Pages70
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24410153M
LC Control Number2009438944
OCLC/WorldCa610224596

iii. Contents. Abstract. 4/18/ -- am borrego valley vallecito-carrizo valley clark-ocotillo valley san luis rey valley warner valley san felipe valley yaqui well area west salton sea basin coyote wells valley coachella valley santa maria valley otay valley mission valley tia juana basin el cajon valley san diego river valley mason valley sweetwater valley File Size: KB.

Coachella Valley Integrated Regional Water Management Plan Septem Example: USGS Groundwater Quality Study Source: Ground-Water Quality Data in the Coachella Valley Study Unit, Results from the California GAMA Program Constituents Analyzed. early percent of the water that is used in the Coachella Valley comes from an underground aquifer – or groundwater basin. This water is located beneath the surface, where it is stored and eventually pumped for use by nine cities, , people, numerous businesses and thousands of acres of farmland.

Hydrologic Data: Volume 5: Southern California Appendix D: Surface Water Quality Appendix E: Ground Water Quality Appendix F: Waste Water Data: MB Bulletin Hydrologic Data: Volume 1: North Coastal Area. Groundwater quality in the approximately 2,square-mile Western San Joaquin Valley (WSJV) study unit was investigated by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) from March to July , as part of the California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) Groundwater Ambient Monitoring and Assessment (GAMA) Program's Priority Basin Project (PBP).


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Ground-water quality data in the Coachella Valley study unit, 2007 by Dara A. Goldrath Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ground-Water Quality Data in the. Coachella Valley Study Unit, Results from the California GAMA Program. By Dara A. Goldrath, Michael T. Wright, and Kenneth Belitz. Prepared in cooperation with the California State Water Resources Control Board.

Data Series U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey. By Dara A. Goldrath, Michael T. Wright, and Kenneth Belitz. ABSTRACT Ground-water quality in the approximately square-mile Coachella Valley Study Unit (COA) was investigated during February and March as part of the Priority Basin Project of the Groundwater Ambient Monitoring and Assessment (GAMA) Program.

Ground-Water Quality Data in the Santa. Clara River Valley Study Unit, Results from the California GAMA Program. By Joseph Montrella and Kenneth Belitz. Prepared in cooperation with the California State Water Resources Control Board. Data Series U.S. Department of the Interior U.S.

Geological Survey. Ground-water quality data in the Coachella Valley study unit, results from the California GAMA Program Author: Dara A Goldrath ; Michael T Wright ; Kenneth Belitz ; Ground Water Ambient Monitoring and Assessment Program (Calif.) ; California.

By Joseph Montrella and Kenneth Belitz. ABSTRACT Ground-water quality in the approximately square-mile Santa Clara River Valley study unit (SCRV) was investigated from April to June as part of the statewide Priority Basin project of the Ground-Water Ambient Monitoring and Assessment (GAMA) Program.

Groundwater quality in the square-mile Colorado River Study unit (COLOR) was investigated October through December as part of the Priority Basin Project of the California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) Groundwater Ambient Monitoring and Assessment (GAMA) Program.

The GAMA Priority Basin Project was developed in response to the Groundwater Quality. Ground-water quality data in the Coachella Valley study unit, Results from the California GAMA Program: U.S. Geological Survey Data Series70 p. Kulongoski, Justin T., and Belitz, Kenneth,Ground-Water Quality Data in the Monterey Bay and Salinas Valley Basins, California, —Results from the California GAMA Program: U.

Ground-Water Quality Data in the Coachella Valley Study Unit, Results from the California GAMA Program, Data SeriesReston: US Geological Survey. Reston: US Geological Survey. Google ScholarAuthor: Brian F.

Thomas, Aimee C. Gibbons. Kulongoski, J.T., and Belitz, K.,Ground-water quality data in the Monterey Bay and Salinas Valley Basins, California, —Results from the California GAMA Program: U.S.

Geological Survey Data Series DS–, 84 p. To address this gap, our study evaluates groundwater elevation data from the Coachella Valley, California, within a groundwater sustainability framework given the adoption of integrative. Groundwater quality in the Redding–Red Bluff shallow aquifer study unit of the northern Sacramento Valley, California Groundwater provides more than 40 percent of California’s drinking water.

To protect this vital resource, the State of California created the Groundwater Ambient Monitoring and Assessment (GAMA) Program. Ground-Water Quality Data in the Middle Sacramento Valley Study Unit, —Results from the California GAMA Program Data Series U.S.

Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey. Cover. Photographs: Top: Rice field and grain silos in Colusa County, California, July (Photograph taken by Cathy Munday, U.S. Geological Survey.). Blank results for trace-element data collected for the California Groundwater Ambient Monitoring and Assessment (GAMA) Program Priority Basin Project, October –October U.S.

Geological Survey data release Ground-water quality data in the Coachella Valley study unit, Results from the California GAMA Program: U.S. Geological. Ground-water quality data in the Coachella Valley study unit, results from the California GAMA Program / by: Goldrath, Dara A.

Published: () Status and understanding of groundwater quality in the Santa Clara River Valley, California GAMA Priority Basin Project ; in cooperation with the California State Water Resources Control Board.

Sustainable groundwater management requires approaches to assess the influence of climate and management actions on the evolution of groundwater systems.

Traditional approaches that apply continuity to assess groundwater sustainability fail to capture the spatial variability of aquifer responses. To address this gap, our study evaluates groundwater elevation data from the Coachella Valley Cited by: Ground-water quality data in the Coachella Valley study unit, results from the California GAMA Program / by: Goldrath, Dara A.

Published: () Detection and measurement of land subsidence using Global Positioning System surveying and interferometric synthetic aperture radar, Coachella Valley, California, by: Sneed, Michelle. Water Quality Coachella Valley Water District’s top priority is delivering high quality drinking water that meets stringent government standards.

Highly trained employees collect drinking water samples and monitor the water system for more than regulated and non-regulated chemicals. Montrella, Joseph, and Belitz, Kenneth,Ground-water quality data in the Santa Clara River Valley study unit, Results from the California GAMA Program: U.S.

Geological Survey Data Series84 p. Coachella Valley is one of the study areas being evaluated. The Coachella study area is approximately square miles (2, square kilometers) and includes the Coachella Valley groundwater basin (California Department of Water Resources, ).

Coachella Valley has an arid climate, with average annual rainfall of about 6 inches (15 centimeters). In springGAMA-PBP sampled the public-supply aquifer zone (aboutfeet deep) in the Coachella Valley.

That part of the aquifer typically supplies water used for public drinking. Groundwater quality in the approximately 1, square-mile Mojave (MOJO) study unit was investigated from February to Aprilas part of the Priority Basin Project of the Groundwater Ambient Monitoring and Assessment (GAMA) Program.

The GAMA Priority Basin Project was developed in response to the Groundwater Quality Monitoring Act of and is being .Ground-water quality in the approximately 3, square-mile Kern County Subbasin study unit (KERN) was investigated from January to March,as part of the Priority Basin Assessment Project of the Groundwater Ambient Monitoring and Assessment (GAMA) Program.

The GAMA Priority Basin Assessment project was developed in response to the Groundwater Quality .RESULTS: Groundwater Quality in the Coachella Study Area. Inorganic Constituents with Human-Health Benchmarks. Trace elements are naturally present in the minerals in rocks and soil, and in the water that comes into contact with those materials.

In the Coachella. study area, trace elements with human-health benchmarks were present at high.