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Water-resources appraisal of the Galena Creek basin, Washoe County, Nevada
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, U.S. Geological Survey] in Carson City, Nev, [Denver, CO
Written in English
|Statement||by Terry Katzer, Timothy J. Durbin, and Douglas K. Maurer ; prepared in cooperation with the Nevada Division of Water Resources|
|Series||Open-file report -- 84-433, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 84-433|
|Contributions||Durbin, Timothy J, Maurer, Douglas K, Nevada. Division of Water Resources, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Water Quality Clark County Water Quality is responsible for the protection, preservation, and enhancement of Clark County's water resources for the benefit of present and future generations through pro-active long-term planning, real-time monitoring, community education, regulations, compliance assurance, and working together with the public, federal, state and local agencies. Truckee Basin Truckee Subbasin. LOCATIONLat 39°31′49″, long °47′40″ referenced to North American Datum of , in SW ¼ NE ¼ sec, T N., R E., Washoe County, NV, Hydrologic Unit , on left bank, adjacent to Scott Island, ft downstream from Kirman Avenue bridge, mi upstream from Kietzke Lane.
The Central Nevada Regional Water Authority (CNRWA) is an 9 county unit of local government in the State of Nevada that collaboratively and proactively addresses water resource issues common to the 8 counties. The CNRWA exists under Nevada's Interlocal Cooperation Act and has delegated authority separate and apart from its member counties. pdf document Scientific Investigations Map SIM Reston, Virginia U.S. Geological Survey These data present a ground-water inventory of existing geospatial data and other information needed to determine the extent and characteristics of the aquifers in the Tahoe Basin. Geospatial and other data include geologic maps and soil surveys of the entire basin.
From the Las Vegas Review Journal (Henry Brean): For the moment at least, the Southern Nevada Water Authority has lost the water it hoped to pump to Las Vegas in the first phase of its proposed pipeline across eastern Nevada. In a strongly worded order issued last week, a . Formal hydrographic areas in Nevada were delineated systematically by the U.S. Geological Survey and Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Water Resources (NDWR) in the late 's (Rush, ; Cardinalli and others, ) for scientific and administrative purposes.
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WATER-RESOURCES APPRAISAL OF THE GALENA CREEK BASIN, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA By Terry Katzer, Timothy J. Durbin, and Douglas K. Maurer ABSTRACT Hydrologic and geophysical data to evaluate the water resources of the Galena Creek basin were collected during the Cited by: 1.
Get this from a library. Water-resources appraisal of the Galena Creek basin, Washoe County, Nevada. [Terry Katzer; Timothy J Durbin; Douglas K Maurer; Nevada. The Washoe Channel. The Washoe Channel is the government access channel that Washoe County uses to provide timely and important information about County government and the work that is accomplished on the citizen's behalf.
Washoe County Utility provides wastewater treatment to approximat customers including some urban areas in Reno and Sparks. The Utility treats an average of 5 million gallons of wastewater per day at three regional wastewater plants and manages the recovery of reclaimed water and biosolids from these waste streams.
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A significant component of the Comprehensive Plan, the Public Services and Facilities section states: “ PSF Prohibit long term groundwater mining as a method of water management.” “ PSF Washoe County shall work with state and federal agencies to manage local groundwater resources to.
Underground Active Basin Summaries The information reflected on these pages is derived by interpretations of paper records and is being provided for convenience only. Please refer to the actual water rights records for the details on any water right as.
the Carson Range and Jumbo Creek in the Virginia Range. Runoff from these and other streams enters the ground-water system or flows directly to Washoe Lake. Three small interbasin diversions enter the valley: from the Galena and Browns Creek basins, to the north; from the Third Creek basin, to theAuthor: F.E.
Arteaga, W.D. Nichols. The information reflected on these pages is derived by interpretations of paper records and is being provided for convenience only. Please refer to the actual water rights records for the details on any water right as such records may differ from the information provided herein.
The Division of Water Resources is not responsible for errors. Honey Lake Valley straddles the State line of California and Nevada; it is about 35 mi north of Reno and about three-fourths of the area is in California.
In this report, Honey Lake Valley (also referred to as “the basin") includes the entire area within the hydrographic boundary shown in figure 1. Susanville, Calif., in the northwestern part of the basin, is the largest town.
The Truckee Meadows Water Authority and Washoe County Department of Water Resources provides water that is significantly better than EPA and State of Nevada drinking water quality standards and regulations. For the ninth year since TMWA’s inception inTMWA’s system is in complete compliance with all EPA and State of Nevada.
INTRODUCTION This report summarizes results of a water-resources study for White Pine County, Nevada, and adjacent areas in east-central Nevada and western Utah. The Basin and Range carbonate-rock aquifer system (BARCAS) study was initiated in December through Federal legislation (Section (e) of the Lincoln County Conservation, Recreation, and Development Act of ; PL Truckee Meadows Water Authority is a not-for-profit, community-owned water utility, overseen by elected officials and citizen appointees from Reno, Sparks, and Washoe County.
The Truckee River is one of Nevada’s most significant natural and cultural resources, delivering 80% of all drinking water to residents in the Reno, Sparks, and Washoe County areas, also providing agricultural water from the mountains.
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Washoe County Department of Water Resources Historical chemistry and bacteriological data on water bodies in the South Truckee Meadows • Submitted on •. The Washoe County Department of Water Resources (WCDWR) operated an artificial recharge pilot system in Golden Valley, Washoe County, Nevada, from December through March The pilot system was returned to service on October 3,after new funding sources were established.
Annual reports are available upon request. ChapterStatutes of Nevada, (the Western Regional Water Commission Act), created a regional water planning entity in Washoe County named the Western Regional Water Commission (WRWC).
The Act, effective April 1,also created the. The Nevada Division of Water Resources is working to better allocate and manage the amount of water that’s allowed to be withdrawn from northeast Nevada’s Humboldt River Basin, where demand.
Characterization of surface-water resources in the Great Basin National Park area and their susceptibility to ground-water withdrawals in adjacent valleys, White Pine County, Nevada: U. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report p.
Water-resources appraisal of the Wet Mountain Valley, in parts of Custer and Fremont counties, Colorado (Water-resources investigations) [Clark J Londquist] on *FREE* shipping on .Deep Water Clarity. Between andapproximately one-third of Lake Tahoe’s unique clarity was lost.
To address this issue, NDEP collaborated with the California Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board (Lahontan Water Board) to develop the Lake Tahoe Total Maximum Daily Load. the Lake Tahoe TMDL was a robust science-based effort to: better understand the causes of the loss in.summer ofthe construction of an irrigation diversion in Las Vegas Creek by the Mormon colonists marked the beginning of organized irrigation in Nevada (State Engineer's Office, Nevada's Water Resources, Water for Nevada, Report No.
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