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Hydrologic Reconnaissance of the Park Valley area, Box Elder County, Utah

Metadata Updated: May 17, 2013

The Park Valley area consists of the drainage basins of Muddy and Dove Creeks, a part of the Indian Creek drainage basin, and the northernmost part of the Great Salt Lake Desert. The area includes about 1,050 square miles and extends from T. 7 N. to T. 14 N. and from R. 11 W. to R. 17 W.The main ground-water reservoir is in unconsolidated and semiconsolidated sedimentary rocks of Quaternary age and semiconsolidated to consolidated sedimentary rocks of Tertiary age. The reservoir underlies at least 90,000 acres in the northern half of the area; the area of the ground-water reservoir in the southern half of the drainage area is not known. The source of all water in the Park Valley area is precipitation, which is estimated to average 520,000 acre-feet annually. Most runoff and ground-water recharge is derived from precipitation on lands above an altitude of 6,000 feet.

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Metadata Date 2012-09-26T15:50:33Z
Metadata Created Date March 15, 2013
Metadata Updated Date May 17, 2013
Reference Date(s) January 1, 1971 (publication)
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Resource Type Dataset
Metadata Date 2012-09-26T15:50:33Z
Metadata Created Date March 15, 2013
Metadata Updated Date May 17, 2013
Reference Date(s) January 1, 1971 (publication)
Responsible Party Arizona Geological Survey (Point of Contact)
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Bbox East Long -113.03833007811
Bbox North Lat 41.754922167662
Bbox South Lat 41.244772343082
Bbox West Long -113.75244140624
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Metadata Type geospatial
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