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Ground-water Assessment in Northeastern Tooele Valley
STATUS:   Current

Contact:  Bernard Stolp
Funding Organization:  U.S. Geological Survey

Subject:  groundwater, water supply
Category:  Research
Data Type:  Water Quality
Start Date:  Saturday, July 01, 2006
End Date:  Wednesday, September 01, 2010

Abstract:  The principal objective of the study is to improve conceptualization and computer model representation of the ground-water flow system in northeastern Tooele Valley. Specific study tasks include (1) refine the distribution of bedrock, flow barriers, and high-permeability flow zones; (2) refine the distribution of hydraulic head and ground-water flow patterns, (3) determine the horizontal and vertical water-quality distribution in the basin-fill aquifer and relate it to geologic structures and stratigraphy and saline ground water associated with the Great Salt Lake; and (4) incorporate new information from 1, 2, and 3 above into improved regional ground-water flow model and simulate the potential range of effects of increased ground water withdrawals.

Organizations:   U.S. Geological Survey

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