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Estimates of ground-water flow components for Lyman Lake, Apache County, Arizona
Donald J. Bills
|Other titles||Estimates of ground water flow components for Lyman Lake, Apache County, Arizona., Geochemistry of surface water and ground water in the Lyman Lake area.|
|Statement||by Donald J. Bills and H.W. Hjalmarson ; with a section on geochemistry of surface water and ground water in the Lyman Lake area by Frederick N. Robertson ; prepared in cooperation with the Salt River Project.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 89-4151.|
|Contributions||Hjalmarson, H. W., Robertson, Frederick N., Salt River Project., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 55 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
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AKERS ABSTRACT The central part of Apache County, Ariz., includes an area of about 3, square miles between the Navajo Indian Reservation to the north and U.S. Highway 60 to the by: 7. Arizona argued that return-flow credits should The return-flow estimates made by the method presented in this report may be used in accounting for consumptive use of water from the Colorado River as outlined in Article V of the decree by the U.S.
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