Geological Survey Water-supply Paper, Issue 1475

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1950 - Irrigation
 

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Page 359 - C quadrant, and that south and east in D quadrant. The first digit of a well number indicates the township, the second the range, and the third the section in which the well is situated. The lowercase letters a, b, c, and d after the section number indicate the well location within the section. The first letter denotes a particular 160-acre tract, the second the 40-acre tract, and the third the 10-acre tract.
Page 359 - OF REPORT AND ARIZONA'S WATER PROVINCES. 36 The well numbers used by the Geological Survey in Arizona are in accordance with the Bureau of Land Management's system of land subdivision. The land survey in Arizona is based on the Gila and Salt River meridian and base line, which divide the State into four quadrants.
Page 486 - The Geological Survey, within the soil and moisture conservation program of the Department of the Interior, provides basic hydrologic and geologic data needed for the improvement and maintenance of the productive values of about 282 million acres of public lands which are under the stewardship of the Department.
Page 435 - Baker, DR, 1959, Evaporation maps for the United States: US Weather Bur. Tech. Paper 37, 13 p.
Page 359 - ... assigned in a counterclockwise direction, beginning in the northeast quarter. If the location is known within a 10-acre tract, three lowercase letters are shown in the well number. In the example shown, well number (A-4-5)19caa designates the well as being in the NEtfNE}{SWtf sec.
Page 384 - Service area" means the area that can be properly grazed by livestock watering at a certain water. In determining such area, natural and cultural barriers, recognized habits of livestock, proper livestock practices, and range management factors will be considered. (r) "Adjudication of grazing privileges...
Page 532 - Geology of the Canyon, House, and Confusion Ranges, Millard County, Utah," by twelve authorities, each of whom contributed a summary on his specialty $4.00 No.
Page 439 - Ground-water resources of the Bryce Canyon National Park area, Utah, with a section on the drilling of a test well...
Page 359 - ... second the range, and the third the section in which the well is situated. The lowercase letters a, b, c, and d after the section number indicate the well location within the section. The first letter denotes a particular 160-acre tract, the second the 40-acre tract, and the third the 10-acre tract. These letters also are assigned in a counterclockwise direction, beginning in the northeast quarter. If the location is known within the 10-acre tract, three lowercase letters are shown in the well...
Page 486 - The valley is in the Great Basin section of the Basin and Range physiographic province...

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