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In contrast, in the east part of the study area, the aquifer system is largely fresh down to at least 200 feet, with no apparent salinity compartmentalization.

Simulated effects of reduced spring flow from the Edwards Aquifer on population size ..

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2014-2015 Catalog: Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences

The research involved with the Six-State High Plains - Ogallala Aquifer Area Study

Project Objectives and strategy:
The major questions to be addressed are: 1) what is the lithology of the aquifers and the contining units of the system and how does that lithology change across the study area, 2) is the confining unit(s) within the aquifer system laterally continuous, 3) does the aquifer system thicken or thin across the study area, 4) how has depositional and diagenetic history of the rocks and sediments of the aquifer system controlled its transmissivity?


Facts About the World’s Shrinking Groundwater Resources

Domestic and industrial water uses (Q10): There is no important industry or factory in the area and base on population and accepting 160 (L/S)/person for dry period and 110 (L/S)/person during wet period and 0.5 Mm3 for total industrial water uses, total amount of water abstracted for domestic and industrial uses in the case study area is about 3.278 Mm3 (1.911 Mm3 for dry period and 1.367 Mm3 for wet period).

groundwater resources are being rapidly used up at an ..

This study benefited from information provided by Holloman Air Force Base, the City of Alamogordo, White Sands Missile Range, and the Village of Tularosa. The individuals contributing to this study are gratefully acknowledged: Bob Creel and John Kennedy (New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute); Fred Fisher, Albert Mendez, Hiram Muse, Roberto Tovar, Mark Urey, and Coy Webb (Holloman Air Force Base); Kevin Heberle, Paul Light, and Jose Miramontes (City of Alamogordo); James Harris (White Sands Missile Range); Brian Wilson (New Mexico Office of the State Engineer); and Charles Heywood, John Lovelace, Mike Kernodle, and Nathan Myers (U.S. Geological Survey).

This study will assess potential ..

The Tularosa Basin is a downfaulted, arid to semiarid area covering about 17,000 square kilometers of south-central New Mexico (fig. 1). Median annual precipitation in Alamogordo is 28.3 centimeters (11.2 inches) per year based on 96 complete years of annual precipitation data collected between 1900 and 1999 by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and tabulated by Barud-Zubillaga (2000, p. 11). Lake evaporation near Alamogordo is approximately 75 inches per year (0.0052 meter per day) (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and the State of New Mexico, 1976). The basin is bounded on the east by the Sacramento Mountains; on the west by the Organ, San Augustin, San Andres, and Franklin Mountains; on the north by Chupadera Mesa; and on the south by a low topographic rise near the New Mexico-Texas State line that separates the Tularosa Basin from the Hueco Bolson. Large parts of the Tularosa Basin are occupied by White Sands Missile Range, White Sands National Monument, and Holloman Air Force Base. The principal city in the Tularosa Basin is Alamogordo; smaller communities include Carrizozo and Tularosa. The area of the current study is that part of the Tularosa Basin that contains the basin-fill aquifer. The southern boundary of the study area coincides with the northern boundary of the Hueco Bolson, in which ground-water flow was described by Heywood and Yager (2003).