Published 1980 by Utah Geological and Mineral Survey, Utah Dept. of Natural Resources in [Salt Lake City, Utah] .
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|Statement||by Jacob D. Dustin and LaVere B. Merritt.|
|Series||Water resources bulletin ;, 23, Water resources bulletin (Salt Lake City, Utah) ;, 23.|
|Contributions||Merritt, LaVere B., joint author., Utah Geological and Mineral Survey.|
|LC Classifications||TD224.U8 A3 no. 23, GB1025.U8 A3 no. 23|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||80623593|
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This paper summarizes hydrological and water findings from investigations by the authors and their colleagues over the past 10 years.
Water and salt balances on Utah Lake for the July to July period show both evaporation (, ac-ft/yr) and groundwater (, ac-ft/yr) to be somewhat larger than previously estimated by others.
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Brooks, L. Evaluation of the groundwater flow model for southern Utah and Goshen valleys, Utah, updated to conditions throughwith new projections and groundwater management simulations.
U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report,Google ScholarCited by: 6. The ground-water resources of northern Utah Valley, Utah, were assessed during to describe and quantify components of the hydrologic system, determine a hydrologic budget for the basin-fill aquifer, and evaluate changes to the system relative to previous studies.
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To investigate the hydrology of Utah Lake, we analyzed the hydrogen (δ2H) and oxygen (δ18O) stable isotope composition of water samples collected from the various components of its system.
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