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Time-variant hydrogeologic and geochemical study of selected thermal springs in western Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1985)
Infiltrating waters take -from 24 weeks to less than two weeks to reach the watertables of individual thermal systems, based on temporal variability of physical and chemical parameters. Steamboat and Walley’s hot springs ...
Analysis of the Northern Dixie Valley groundwater flow system using a discrete-state compartment model
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1987)
A three-dimensional, steady-state flow model of the northern half of the Dixie Valley groundwater flow system, was constructed utilizing the theory of discrete-state compartment models and calibrated with spatial distributions ...
Hydrogeology of the Southern part of Amargosa Desert in Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1973)
The hydrogeology of the southern part of the Amargosa Desert has been studied. Areal distribution of hydrostratigraphy, hydrogeochemistry, groundwater potentials, and sources and sinks are used to delineate flow systems ...
Hydrogeologic, hydrogeochemical and stable isotopic study of possible interactions between Lake Naivasha, shallow subsurface and Olkaria geothermal waters, Central Rift Valley, Kenya
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1992)
Possible interactions between Lake Naivasha and groundwater have been studied. Mixing of deep geothermal waters with shallow groundwaters and Lake Naivasha waters to form the average Olkaria discharge fluids is proposed ...
Analysis of groundwater quality in New Washoe City, Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1991)
Analysis of 60 groundwater samples for fluoride, iron, and nitrate indicate widely variable conditions throughout New Washoe City, Nevada.
Delineation of subsurface flow in the Upper Meadow Valley Wash area, southeastern Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1986)
Results of simple mixing calculations suggest that sources of regional flow lie to the north of the study area in Lake Valley and Patterson Wash. Substantial interbasin transfer does not appear likely.