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Evaluation of the water resources of Lemmon Valley, Washoe County, Nevada

James R. Harrill

Evaluation of the water resources of Lemmon Valley, Washoe County, Nevada

with emphasis on effects of ground-water development to 1971

by James R. Harrill

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Published by State of Nevada, Division of Water Resources in [Carson City] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nevada,
  • Lemmon Valley.
    • Subjects:
    • Water-supply -- Nevada -- Lemmon Valley.,
    • Groundwater -- Nevada -- Lemmon Valley.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby James R. Harrill.
      SeriesWater resources bulletin no. 42, Water resources bulletin (Carson City, Nev.), 42.
      ContributionsNevada. Division of Water Resources.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD224.N2 H37
      The Physical Object
      Pagination130 p.
      Number of Pages130
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5027510M
      LC Control Number73622251

      Journal of Nevada Water Resources Association. Winter All articles Shortridge, Adora et al. NWRA Journal Winter Washoe County, Nevada" Tumbusch article: "Comparison of Bowen-Ratio and Eddy-Correlation Data from an Irrigated Pasture in Carson Valley, Nevada, April-June " Volume 2, Number 1, Spring Washoe County’s latest Lemmon Valley Flooding Update contains multiple community resources, including a community meeting on Wednesday, March 29 at O’Brien Middle School ( Stead Boulevard) at 6 p.m. Residents in unincorporated Washoe County who are experiencing flooding can call

      B 42 / Harrill, J. R. / EVALUATION OF THE WATER RESOURCES OF LEMMON VALLEY, WASHOE COUNTY, NEVADA, WITH EMPHASIS ON EFFECTS OF GROUND WATER DEVELOPMENT TO , Carson City, , pb, pages, 1 plate (in pocket), 13 figs., $ Jan Galassini, Chief Deputy County Clerk John Slaughter, County Manager Paul Lipparelli, Legal Counsel. The Washoe County Board of Commissioners convened at a.m. in regular session in the Commission Chambers of the Washoe County Administration Complex, East Ninth Street,Reno, Nevada. Following the Pledge of Allegiance to.

      RTC works closely with the Washoe County Health District Air Quality Management Division (AQMD) to promote efforts that improve air quality. The Truckee Meadows is approximately square miles in size and includes Hydrographic Area 87 (HA 87) as defined by the State of Nevada Division of Water Resources. This geographic area is subject. Washoe County, Nevada. Last Updated: Q1 Total Population: 53, Would you like to download North Valleys gis parcel map? Request a quote Order Now! Parcel maps and parcel GIS data layers are essential to your project, so get the data you need.


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Evaluation of the water resources of Lemmon Valley, Washoe County, Nevada by James R. Harrill Download PDF EPUB FB2

Water Quality Reports. As part of its direction from the County Evaluation of the water resources of Lemmon Valley to protect lives and residences, Washoe County has hired an independent third-party lab to routinely test the water in Swan Lake since when significant precipitation events flooded the lake and caused the water to encroach on homes and Nevada book.

Buy Evaluation of the water resources of Lemmon Valley, Washoe County, Nevada: With emphasis on effects of ground-water development to(Water resources bulletin no.

42) by Harrill, James R (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : James R Harrill. Buy Water-resources appraisal of the Warm Springs-Lemmon Valley Area, Washoe County, Nevada (Ground-water resources - reconnaissance series report) by Rush, F.

Eugene (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : F. Eugene Rush. As stated in Plan SectionMunicipal Water Resources in the Stead / Lemmon Valley, the RWPC performed a detailed analysis of water supply alternatives that will support the build-out land uses in the Stead, Lemmon Valley, and Cold Springs regions of Washoe County.

WASHOE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES Hydrogeologic Framework of Antelope Valley and Bedell Flat, Washoe County, West-Central Nevada U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report By David L. Berger, David A. Ponce, and Wyn C. Ross Carson City, Nevada Lemmon Valley Area, Washoe County, Nevada: Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Water Resources - Reconnaissance Series Report 2) Ross, W.C.,Hydrology and Simulated Effects of Development in Warm Springs Valley, Washoe County, Nevada: Washoe County Department of Water Resources.

These resources include monthly reports on lake levels and other FAQs. Is the City of Reno contributing to rising levels at Swan Lake.

Reclaimed water from the Reno Stead Water Reclamation Facility and Lemmon Valley Water Reclamation Facility is an additional source of water to Swan Lake; however, it only accounts for a very small fraction.

The Ground-Water database contains ground-water site inventory, ground-water level data, and water-quality data. The ground-water site inventory consists of ab records of wells, springs, test holes, tunnels,drains, and excavations in Nevada.

Available site descriptive information includes well location information (latitude and longitude, well depth, site use, water use, and aquifer). The Washoe County Library System aims to help our residents know their community. As part of this effort, the North Valleys Library is working hard alongside our Washoe County agency partners to keep you in the know about topics of interest in our area including: Swan Lake.

Lemmon Valley flooding recovery updates; Swan Lake Story Map. Water Rights Section of NDWR is responsible for reviewing and approving water rights applications, for new appropriations and for changes to existing water rights, as well as evaluating and responding to protests of applications, approving subdivision dedications for water quantity, evaluating domestic well credits and relinquishments, issuing certificates for permitted water rights.

washoe county state of nevada usgs lemmon valley (eastern part) publication 7/23/ groundwater lemmon valley usgs warm springs: ground water contamination from septic tank effluent in a closed basin: mike widmer alan mckay: 1/1/ utility regional water quality dan dragan desert research institute lemmon valley (eastern part).

View Nevada Fishing Map in a larger map. History. Wilson Common Pond was constructed in and the park is managed by Washoe County Regional Parks and Open Space. The Nevada Department of Wildlife first started stocking the pond with rainbow and bowcutt (rainbow x cutthroat hybrid) trout inat which time it was opened to the public for fishing.

Get this from a library. Geophysical reconnaissance of Lemmon Valley, Washoe County, Nevada. [Donald H Schaefer; Douglas K Maurer; Nevada. Division of Water Resources. Washoe County, 2, people. 2 contaminants above legal limits. In some states a small percentage of tests were performed before water was treated, and some contaminants were.

Rapid growth in the Lemmon Valley area, Nevada, during recent years has put increasing importance on knowledge of stored ground water for the valley. Data that would fill voids left by previous studies are depth to bedrock and depth to good-quality water beneath the two playas in the valley.

Depths to bedrock calculated from a gravity survey in Lemmon Valley indicate that the western part of. A portion of the water was supplied to the former Washoe County water system in East Lemmon Valley rather than pumping existing municipal wells. This type of operation is.

Harrill, J.R.,Evaluation of the water resources of Lemmon Valley, Washoe County, Nevada, with emphasis on effects of ground-water development to Nevada Division of Water Resources Bulle p. TRUCKEE MEADOWS WATER AUTHORITY. Capital Boulevard. Reno, NV RE: Geotechnical Investigation. North Valley Alignment.

Lemmon Valley, Washoe County, Nevada. Dear Mr. Esparza: Construction Materials Engineers Inc. (CME) is pleased to submit the results of our geotechnical investigation. Washoe County Social Services has two social workers going door-to-door in Lemmon Valley each day to check-in on residents and find out what they need, including food, water and/or shelter.

Social Services is assessing individual needs and providing resources (see community resources here) on a case by case basis. Honey Lake Valley is a 2, sq-mi, topographically closed basin about 35 miles northwest of Reno, Nevada.

Unconsolidated basin-fill deposits on the valley floor and fractured volcanic rocks in northern and eastern uplands are the principal aquifers.

In the study area, aboutacre- ft of water recharges the aquifer system annually, about 40% by direct infiltration of precipitation and. to move 8, acre feet of water from Fish Springs ranch, 32 miles north of Reno, and another by Intermountain Pipeline to transport up to 5, acre feet of water from primarily Dry Valley and Warm Springs – would more than meet the estima acre feet needed to continue development of Lemmon Valley and Stead for another decade or two.PRISM to Hardman maps in Washoe County show that PRISM estimates are much greater than Hardman estimates with a 50% to greater than % difference in annual averages (Jeton et al.Epstein et al.

). Despite these large differences, Hardman estimates are still used by the Nevada Division of Water Resources to quantify the Nevada.Jaws dropped this month when developers paid an average of more than $40, an acre-foot to Washoe County to purchase water rights to serve Lemmon Valley paying nearly three times the appraised value.

That’s a fluke,water brokers are quick to point out, and owners of water rights elsewhere can’t expect those kinds of prices.