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Hydrogeology and water resources of San Juan Basin, New Mexico
|Statement||by William J. Stone ... [et al.] ; prepared in cooperation with the Geological Survey, U.S. Department of the Interior and the Water Resources Division of New Mexico Natural Resources Department.|
|Series||Hydrologic report / New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources ;, 6, Hydrologic report (New Mexico. Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources) ;, 6.|
|Contributions||Stone, William J. 1941-, Geological Survey (U.S.), New Mexico. Water Resources Division., New Mexico. Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources.|
|LC Classifications||GB705.N6 H94 no. 6, GB1025.N6 H94 no. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||83622487|
The Shiprock Disposal Site is the location of the former Navajo Mill, a uranium ore-processing facility, located on a terrace overlooking the San Juan River in the town of Shiprock, New milling operations, conducted at the site from to , created radioactive tailings and constituents of concern that are now found in the groundwater beneath the Mill. The San Juan basin is the most prolific coalbed gas basin in the world with production exceeding Gcf* ( billion m 3), resources of approximately 50 Tcf ( trillion m 3), and proved reserves of over 6 Tcf ( billion m 3).Coalbed gas wells with the highest production (initial potential greater than 10 Mcf/day or million m 3 /day) occur in the overpressured, north-central.
Recent exploration activity in the San Juan basin of northwestern New Mexico has resulted in the discovery of new oil fields in the Entrada Sandstone of Jurassic age. The major trapping element is provided by topographic relief in excess of ft (30 m) on top of the Entrada. Brimhall, R. M., , Ground water hydrology of Tertiary rocks of the San Juan Basin, New Mexico, in Cretaceous and Tertiary rocks of the southern Colorado Plateau, a memoir: Four Corners Geological Society, p. Brown, D. R., , Hydrogeology and water resources of the Aztec quad rangle, San Juan County, New Mexico: M.S. thesis.
Focuses on natural gas and oil exploration and production in the San Juan Basin of New Mexico and Colorado. San Juan Resources operates 40 wells in San Juan, Rio Arriba County and has nonoperated working, overriding royalty, and royalty interests in various properties across New Mexico counties of San Juan, Rio Arriba, and Colorado's La Plata County. The Navajo Department of Water Resources (NDWR) is the primary department within the Hydrogeology The Navajo Nation currently accesses approximately 20 groundwater aquifers ranging in various basins on the Navajo Nation are the San Juan Basin in New Mexico and the Black Mesa Basin in Arizona (Figure C).
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Hydrogeology and water resources of San Juan Basin, New Mexico: Publication Type: Book: Place Published: Socorro, NM: Publisher: New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources: Year: Keywords: Groundwater – New Mexico, Groundwater – San Juan River Watershed (Colo.-Utah) Call Number: GBN6 H94 no URL.
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Get this from a library. Hydrogeology and water resources of the San Juan Basin, New Mexico. [William J Stone; Geological Survey (U.S.); New Mexico. Water Resources Division.; New Mexico. Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources.;].
Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Surface Water Ground Water Energy Resource Development and Water Hydrology of the San Juan Basin - Stone - - Field Trip Guidebooks - Wiley Online LibraryAuthor: William J. Stone. Hydrogeology of the Gallup Sandstone, San Juan Basin, Northwest New Mexico William J.
Stone Hydrogeologist, New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, New Mexico New Mexico book by: 2. Publication Subtype. USGS Numbered Series. Title. Hydrogeology and steady-state simulation of ground-water flow in the San Juan Basin, New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, and Utah.
Series title. Water-Resources Investigations Report. Series number. DOI. 24 rows Hydrogeology and water resources of San Juan Basin, New Mexico. Stone, F. The San Juan Basin, an important source of oil and gas located in northwestern New Mexico, has recently experienced renewed production from the Cretaceous Mancos Shale through the use of horizontal drilling and hydrofracturing.
The Bureau of Land Management commissioned this study of the possible impacts of new exploration and development of this resource on the land surface and on the. • Basin and Range – valleys with basin fill sediments make decent aquifers (i.e.
Gila Group) • Mogollon-Datil Volcanic bedrock – fractured volcanic rock may hold water in the open fractures Deming Silver City Southwest NM Figure from GROUND WATER ATLAS of the UNITED STATES: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah: USGS HA C 7.
Report on Water Resources of New Mexico, Summers, W.K. Geology and Regional Hydrology of the Pecos River Basin, New Mexico, June Tanner, Horace A.
Silver City, New Mexico Preliminary Report on Water Resources" by Horace A. Tanner, Aug Taylor, George C. General Geography of San Juan Structural Basin The San Juan structural basin is located largely in New Mexico (fig.
About 15 percent of the basin is in southwestern Colorado and 2 percent is in northeastern Arizona and southeastern Utah. The total area of the basin is ab square miles.
Its dimensions are about miles in. This list of New Mexico Water Science Center publications spans from to the present.
It includes both official USGS publications and journal articles authored by our scientists. Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Field Trip Guidebooks Series, Volume The San Juan Basin of northwest New Mexico and south-west Colorado contains huge resources of subbituminous to bituminous coal, nearly half of the U.S.
uranium. BookID/Cat-ID Bookid Cat 44 KERNODLE, JOHN MICHAEL HYDROGEOLOGY AND STEADY-STATE SIMULATION OF GROUND-WATER FLOW IN THE SAN JUAN BASIN, NEW MEXICO, COLORADO, ARIZONA, AND UTAH WATER-RESOURCES INVESTIGATIONS REPORT As part of the multidisciplinary regional aquifer-system analysis, a three-dimensional steady-state ground.
The San Juan structural basin in New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, and Utah has an area of ab square miles (fig. The structural basin is about miles wide and about miles long. The study area is that part of the structural basin that contains rocks of Triassic and younger age; therefore, the study area is less extensive than.
The hydrogeology of Cibola County, New Mexico, was evaluated to determine the occurrence, availability, and quality of ground-water resources. Rocks of Precambrian through Quaternary age are present in Cibola County.
Most rocks are sedimentary in origin except for Precambrian igneous and metamorphic rocks exposed in the Zuni Uplift and Tertiary and Quaternary basalts in northern and. Ground water hydrology of Tertiary Rocks of the San Juan Basin, New Mexico.
Four Corners Geological Society Memoir Book, – Broecker, W. The Paleocene Nacimiento Formation of the San Juan Basin is as much as m thick and consists of nonmarine fluvial and lacustrine strata deposited in the Laramide San Juan Basin. South of Kutz Canyon, in the southern San Juan Basin, we divide the Nacimiento Formation into (in ascending order) the Arroyo Chijuillita, Ojo Encino and Escavada.
Albuquerque Basin, San Juan Basin, Roswell Basin, Capitan aquifer, Estancia Basin, and the Tularosa-Salt Basin (Fig. Kelly and others () and Kelly () determined these reservoirs to be potentially important sources of saline ground water in New Mexico.
Background The importance of saline ground water resources. QUATERNARY RESEA () Paleoclimatic Inferences from an Isotopic Investigation of Groundwater in the Central San Juan Basin, New Mexico FRED M.
PHILLIPS, LESLIE A. PEETERS,t AND MICHAEL K. TANSEYZ Geoscience Department and Geophysical Research Center, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, New Mexico AND STANLEY N. DAVIS Department of Hydrology and Water. New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute New Mexico State University Phone: () MSCPO Box Fax: () lications pertaining to ground water in New Mexico published or released to the open-file in with additions from N.M.
State Eng. Basic Data Rep., p. Brimhall, R.H.,Ground water hydrology of Tertiary rocks of the San Juan Basin, New Mexico.Preliminary structure contour map on the base of the Cretaceous Dakota sandstone in the San Juan Basin and vicinity, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, and Utah / Published: () An Act to Reauthorize the Upper Colorado and San Juan River Basin Endangered Fish Recovery Implementation Programs.