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Relationships between streamflow and groundwater in Humboldt River Valley near Winnemucca, Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1969)
The physical and hydrologic relationships between the Humboldt River and the groundwater reservoir are examined in this study for the reach of river between Comus and Rose Creek gaging stations.
Some aspects of the hydrogeology of the Spring Mountains and Pahrump Valley, Nevada, and environs, as determined by spring evaluation
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1966)
The hydrogeology of the Spring Mountains and Pahrump Valley, Nevada has been evaluated. Analysis of geology indicates that nearly all springs are controlled by impermeable fault contacts or exposure of cavernous systems.
Delineation of ground-water flow systems in Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1968)
Available hydrologic and geologic information has been considered with flow system theory in an attempt to delineate groundwater flow systems in Nevada. Definition of sink areas, source areas, and configuration of flow ...
Hydrologic and geologic aspects of ground-water recharge along the Humboldt River near Winnemucca, Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1967)
A method of determining amounts of water available for groundwater recharge at various localities on the Humboldt River, Nevada, between Comus and Rose Creek is developed using a high flow frequency analysis.