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Ground-water flow in the Central Valley, California

Alex K. Williamson

Ground-water flow in the Central Valley, California

by Alex K. Williamson

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch in Sacramento, Calif, Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater flow -- California -- Central Valley.,
  • Groundwater -- California -- Central Valley.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Alex K. Williamson, David E. Prudic, and Lindsay A. Swain.
    SeriesRegional aquifer-system analysis, Open-file report -- 85-345., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 85-345.
    ContributionsPrudic, David E., Swain, Lindsay A., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17132068M

      () Ground-Water Flow in the Central Valley, California, Professional Paper D (US Geological Survey, Reston, VA). Konikow LF () Contribution of global groundwater depletion since to sea-level by: Utilizing MODFLOW-FMP, the CVHM simulates groundwater and surface-water flow, irrigated agriculture, land subsidence, and other key processes in the Central Valley on a monthly basis from The total active modeled area is 20, square-miles on a finite-difference grid comprising rows and 98 columns.

    Central Valley Water Table ‘Relative’ Response Joint LBNL-DWR Drought Simulation percent reduction in surface water inflows “Drought Resilience Of The California Central Valley Surface-Groundwater-Conveyance System” by N. L. Miller et al. Submitted to File Size: 5MB.   Winter rains and summer groundwater pumping in California's Central Valley make the Sierra Nevada and Coast Mountain Ranges sink and rise by a few millimeters each year, creating stress on the.

    The Central Valley encompasses an approxim square-kilometer region of California. The complex hydrologic system of the Central Valley is simulated using the USGS numerical modeling code MODFLOW-FMP (Schmid and others, ). This simulation is referred to here as the CVHM (Faunt, ). In the Central Valley, wetlands—partly or seasonally saturated land that supports aquatic life and distinct ecosystems— provide critical habitat for a variety of wildlife. However, water flows essential to sustaining these wetland ecosystems have been altered by many water and land use projects including the Central Valley Project (CVP).


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Bertoldi, R. Johnston. Get this from a library. Ground-water flow in the California book Valley, California. [Alex K Williamson; David E Prudic; Lindsay A Swain; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. @article{osti_, title = {Ground-water flow in the Central Valley, California}, author = {Williamson, A.K.

and Prudic, D.E. and Swain, L.A.}, abstractNote = {The agricultural productivity of the Central Valley is dependent on the availability of water from irrigation. About million acres of cropland in the Central Valley receives about 22 million acre-feet of irrigation water. Get this from a library.

Ground water in the Central Valley, California: a summary report. [G L Bertoldi; Richard H Johnston; Kristin D Evenson; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- See journals under US Geological survey.

Prof. paper A. Ground-Water Flow System in the Central Part of the Western San Joaquin Valley, California By Kenneth Belitz and Frederick J. Heimes Abstract The occurrence of selenium in agricultural drain water derived from the western San Joaquin Valley, Cali­ fornia, has focused concern on the ground-water flow system of the western by: Bertoldi, G.L., Johnston, R.H., and Evenson, K.D.,Ground water in the Central Valley, California summary report: U.S.

Geological Survey Professional Paper A, 44 p. Pumping Center Unconfined Confined Central Valley aquifer system Saltwater Direction of ground-water movement “E” Clay West East. Competition for water resources is growing throughout California, particularly in the Central Valley.

Sincethe Central Valley's population has nearly doubled to million people. It is expected to increase to 6 million by California Central Valley Groundwater-Surface Water Simulation Model (C2VSim), is computer program that simulates water movement through the linked land surface, groundwater, and surface water flow systems in California’s Central C2VSim model contains monthly historical stream inflows, surface water diversions, precipitation, land use, and crop acreages.

USGS Groundwater Data for California. Click to hide state-specific text. Current Conditions ( sites) Current conditions at selected sites based on the most recent data from on-site automated recording equipment. Measurements are commonly recorded at a fixed interval of to minutes and transmitted to the USGS every hour.

Central Valley Groundwater Availability The Central Valley study is one of 30 regional aquifer studies the USGS is conducting to assess the Nation's groundwater availability.

Intense competition for groundwater resources in California was an important factor in choosing the Central Valley as one of the first studies undertaken and completed. Central Valley in California, with an area of ~52, km 2, includes one of the world's largest and yet most stressed aquifer‐systems (Famiglietti, ; Richey et al., ).

The cultivation of more than different types of crops in the Central Valley claims ~75% of California's groundwater supply (Lassiter, ; Maupin et al., ).Cited by:   The Central Valley in California (USA) covers ab km2 and is one of the most productive agricultural regions in the world.

This agriculture relies heavily on surface-water diversions and groundwater pumpage to meet irrigation water demand. Because the valley is semi-arid and surface-water availability varies substantially, agriculture relies heavily on Cited by: The occurrence of selenium in agricultural drain water derived from the western San Joaquin Valley, California, has focused concern on the ground-water flow system of the western valley.

In this investigation, previous work and recently collected texture and water-level data are used to evaluate the character and evolution of the regional ground-water flow system in the central. Groundwater is the sole source for water use to the rural community and two Native American tribes in the Cahuilla Valley and Terwilliger Valley groundwater basins, which are located approximately 35 miles southwest of Palm Springs, California.

Ground-Water Flow in the Central Valley, California: US Geological Survey Professional Paper D, p. Additional References California Department of Water Resources. Bulletin"Ground Water Basins in California.” _____.

San Joaquin District. SpringLines of Equal Elevation of Water in Wells, unconfined Aquifer. Human-caused groundwater depletion in California’s San Joaquin Valley contributes to uplift of the surrounding mountains and may affect the stability of the San Andreas Fault.

Through a Cited by: In the Central Valley, Calif., where 57% of square miles of land is irrigated, ground-water recharge from agricultural lands is an important input to digital simulation models of ground-water flow.

Several methods of calculating recharge were explored for the Central Valley Aquifer Project and a simplified water budget was designed where net recharge. Groundwater Availability of the Central Valley Aquifer, California Table C1.

MODFLOW packages and processes used with the hydrologic flow model of the Central Valley, California.—Continued. The Central Valley is a flat valley that dominates the interior of is 40 to 60 miles (60 to km) wide and stretches approximately miles ( km) from north-northwest to south-southeast, inland from and parallel to the Pacific Ocean coast.

It covers approximat square miles (47, km 2), about 11% of California's total land area (or about the size of the Area: 18, sq mi (47, km²). Evaluation of processes affecting 1,2-dibromochloropropane (DBCP) concentrations in ground water in the eastern San Joaquin Valley, California: Analysis of chemical data and ground-water flow.Figure Diagram of Central Valley geology Figure Diagram of concepts of the aquifer system Ground-water flow system.

Figure Map of water table contours Figure Map of recharge and discharge areas Figure Diagrammatic section showing water movement. Postdevelopment ground- water flow system.History, Lithology and Groundwater Conditions in the Tulare Lake Basin Information Item Slide 3 i C o a s t R a n g e s C o a R a n g e s C a s c a d e R a n g e Williamson, A.K., Prudic, D.E., and Swain, L.A.,Ground-water flow in the Central Valley, California: U.S.

Geological Survey Professional Paper D, p. Tulare Basin.