Subject series: J, Water-storage, 9.
|Statement||by Homer Hamlin.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey. Water-supply and irrigation paper -- no. 89, Water-supply paper (Washington, D.C.) -- no. 89.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||91 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||05000044|
Monterey County Water Resources Agency Schilling Place, North Bldg., Salinas, CA Phone () | Fax () | After Hours () The report pertains largely to that portion of the Salinas Valley lying within the boundaries of Monterey County. It describes the geography, topography, geology, climate factors and hydrology of the region discussing the methods of irrigation and irrigation systems, the extent of underground waters, and the possibility of extending irrigation by utilization of surface streams and. In cooperation with the California State Water Resources Control Board Ground-Water Quality Data in the Monterey Bay and Salinas Valley Basins, California, —Results from the California GAMA Program Data Series Santa Cruz Monterey Paso Robles Salinas Version U.S.. Departmentt off thee Interiorr U.S.. Geologicall Surveyy. Water-Supply and Irrigation series, a report ou the water resources of the Salinas Valley, California, by Mr. Homer Hanilin. The report relates particularly to that portion of the Salinas Valley which lies within the boundaries of Monterey County. It describes the topography, hydrography, and economic geology of .
Salinas Valley Water Resources Group is a California Domestic Corporation filed on July 8, The company's filing status is listed as Active and its File Number is C The Registered Agent on file for this company is Steve Mcintyre and is located at Arroyo Seco Rd., Soledad, CA Location: California (CA). The Salinas Valley is one of the major valleys and most productive agricultural regions in is located west of the San Joaquin Valley and south of San Francisco Bay and the Santa Clara Valley, or Silicon Valley.. The Salinas River, which geologically formed the fluvial valley and generated its human history, flows to the northwest or 'up' along the principal axis and the length of. State of California. The DWR Mission. To sustainably manage the water resources of California, in cooperation with other agencies, to benefit the state’s people and protect, restore, and enhance the natural and human environments. Background. The history of the Salinas Valley Water Project, Phase II begins with Bulletin No. 52 Salinas Basin Investigation (“Bulletin 52”). Bulletin 52 is a study that was completed by the State of California Department of Public Works in ; it evaluated the water resources of the Salinas Valley and set forth possible solutions for maintaining a water supply and addressing the issue.
An evaluation made of rainfall, surface water, groundwater, and water quality monitoring networks in Salinas River basin in southern Monterey County, California, proposed all long-term rain gages be continued for extending short-term records and suggested the installation of two additional recording gages. Eight new storage rain gages were suggested at midaltitudes of east and west sides of. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Due to the crops’ success, Salinas Valley currently supplies 80% of the United States’ lettuce and artichokes, and by doing so, the Salinas Valley has helped the city of Salinas in California develop into one of the United States of America’s prevailing wealthiest cities per capita. Works Cited Brandeberry, Lauri. The solution to the water resource problems within the Salinas Valley had been known since at least The best solution, proposed at that time by the California Department of Water Resources (DWR), recognized that sufficient supplemental water could be developed within the basin recognizing the need to transfer water from the Forebay Area to the Pressure and East Side areas.