Groundwater, Surface-Water, and Water-Chemistry Data, Black Mesa Area, Northeastern Arizona?2009?10

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The Navajo (N) aquifer is an extensive aquifer and the primary source of groundwater in the 5,400-square-mile Black Mesa area in northeastern Arizona. Availability of water is an important issue in northeastern Arizona because of continued water requirements for industrial and municipal use by a growing population and because of low precipitation in the arid climate of the Black Mesa area. Precipitation in the area is typically between 6 and 14 inches per year.

Groundwater, Surface-Water, and Water-Chemistry Data, Black Mesa Area, Northeastern Arizona?2010?2011 2014, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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Groundwater, Surface-Water, and Water-Chemistry Data, Black Mesa Area, Northeastern Arizona?2008?2009 2014, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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Groundwater, Surface-Water, and Water-Chemistry Data, Black Mesa Area, Northeastern Arizona?2009?10 2014, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

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