Published 1991 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.?] .
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|Statement||by Kenneth J. Hollett ... [et al.] : prepared in cooperation with Inyo County and the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 2370-B, Hydrology and soil-water-plant relations in the Owens Valley, California -- ch. B|
|Contributions||Hollett, Kenneth J, Los Angeles (Calif.). Dept. of Water and Power, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 77 p. :|
|Number of Pages||77|
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GEOLOGY AND WATER RESOURCES OF OWENS VALLEY, CALIFORNIA. By WILLIS T. LEE. INTRODUCTION. This report is the result of field studies made during the season of under the direc tion of Mr.
Darton. The region considered includes Owens Valley, part of Mono Lake and Salt Wells valleys, and the slopes of the adjoining mountain by: 1.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lee, Willis T. (Willis Thomas), Geology and water resources of Owens valley, California. Washington, Govt. Print. Transpiration processes of shallow ground-water shrubs and grasses in the Owens Valley, California, Phase II: Soil water changes and plant responses induced by altered depth to the water table: Report of Inyo County Water Department and city of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power to California Water Resources Control Board, 48 p.
STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY AND VOLCANISM OF OWENS VALLEY REGION CALIFORNIA-A GEOPHYSICAL STUDY By L. PAKISER, M. KANE, and W. JACKSON ABSTRACT Owens Valley in eastern California is one of the western most downdropped blocks of the Basin and Range province and is important because it includes part of the boundary betweenCited by: After a comprehensive overview of the basic principles of geology, this book then focuses on the geological highlights of California (young volcanoes, deserts, the Mojave Desert, the Sierra Nevada, the Klamath Mountains, water, the Great Valley, the coast Ranges, earthquakes, faults, and seismic safety, the transverse ranges, and the peninsular /5(27).
Geology and water resources of Owens valley, California by Willis T. Lee; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Water-supply, Geology; Places: California book. Robert P. Sharp first visited Death Valley and Owens Valley as a child aroundand he continues to lead geology field trips to the are.
Sharp is a professor emeritus at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena and received the /5(27). Prior to 20th-century development in the Owens Valley, the Owens Lake was a large body of water that covered more than mi 2 and exceeded a depth of 20 ft.
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Use of the GIS helps organize assets such as flow gauges and weather stations as well as spatial data such as rivers, streams, soil moisture, vegetation, soils, and geology. Owens Valley (Numic: Payahǖǖnadǖ, "place of flowing water") is the now-arid valley of the Owens River in eastern California in the United States, to the east of the Sierra Nevada and west of the White Mountains and Inyo Mountains on the west edge of the Great mountain peaks on either side (including Mount Whitney) reach ab feet (4, m) in elevation, while Native name: Payahǖǖnadǖ (Mono).
The M and M Ridgecrest earthquake sequence occurred in the eastern California shear zone (ECSZ). The mainshock ruptured the Little Lake fault zone and aftershocks extended from the Garlock fault in the south, to the southern end of the M Owens Valley earthquake rupture in the north.
We present data from the Southern California. While the desert ecosystem is highly dependent on the water resources that sustain it, the Fish Slough spring complex is an arid, spring-dependent wetland undergoing a multidecadal decline in spring outflow.
This evaluation updates the source water forensics of the Fish Slough Spring complex, a substantial spring complex in the northern Owens Valley of the Basin and Range Author: Andy Zdon, Keith Rainville, Nicholas Buckmaster, Steve Parmenter, Adam H. Love.
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An intensive study of the water resources of a part of Owens Valley, California. Water Supply Paper Department of the Interior United States Geological Survey. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC. [A detailed inventory of Owens Valley groundwater tables and vegetation conducted–not coincidentally–just.
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The legacy of Owens Valley raises concerns about how reallocation can occur. Although it took place over seventy years ago, the water transfer from. Hollett, K.J., et al,Geology and Water Resources of Owens Valley, California, USGS Water-Supply Paper B.
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This map was used as a background image to identify the geologic formations that separated the various provinces. Ground-water research in Southern California, box 02 Owens Valley Revisited, book by Gary D. Libecap, box 02 Long-Term Groundwater Management Plan for the Owens Valley and Inyo County, California, June box 02 Water rights fact sheets: Owens Valley, California,box The relict sediments and shoreline fragments of Owens Lake are important archives of environmental change within the Owens River cascade (e.g., Gale, ; Benson, ).Most prior observations, however, have assumed relatively simple relationships between pluvial climates and high lake levels, leading to lake spillage, or conversely between effective aridity.
OWENS VALLEY GROUNDWATER AUTHORITY Big Pine CSD – City of Bishop – County of Inyo – County of Mono – Eastern Sierra CSD – Indian Creek-Westridge CSD – Keeler CSD – Sierra Highlands CSD – Starlite CSD – Tri Valley Groundwater Management District – Wheeler Crest CSD P.O.
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Studies by others have shown that Death Valley was not hydrologically linked to the Amargosa, Owens, or Mojave Rivers from to Ma. We found no evidence that Lake Manly flooded back up the Mojave River to pluvial Lake Mojave between and Ma, although surface water flowed from the Amargosa and Owens Rivers to Death Valley at this.
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