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Excerpt from Availability of Ground Water in the Albuquerque Area, Bernalillo and Sandoval Counties, New Mexico In the course of this investigation, records were obtained for 118 irrigation wells, 107 industrial wells, 79 municipally owned wells, and 106 wells and springs used for domestic and stock purposes (tables 1, 2, 3, and Most of the wells in the area that discharge Excerpt from Availability of Ground Water in the Albuquerque Area, Bernalillo and Sandoval Counties, New Mexico In the course of this investigation, records were obtained for 118 irrigation wells, 107 industrial wells, 79 municipally owned wells, and 106 wells and springs used for domestic and stock purposes (tables 1, 2, 3, and Most of the wells in the area that discharge more than 200 gpm were included in the inventory. Many drive-point irrigation wells of low capacity were recorded, but detailed data on these wells were not collected. Tenants, well owners, and drillers in the area were interviewed. Available well logs and detailed hydrologic and geologic information were collected and studied. Depths to water and depths of wells were measured with steel tapes, and the rates of pump discharge were either estimated or measured. Depths to water were measured periodically in 38 wells to observe fluctua tions of the water table. Records were obtained from six recording gages operated by the city of Albuquerque on wells in the city well fields that were specifically constructed as observation wells. Drawdown and recovery of water levels in several pumped wells were measured to determine the aquifer characteristics.


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Excerpt from Availability of Ground Water in the Albuquerque Area, Bernalillo and Sandoval Counties, New Mexico In the course of this investigation, records were obtained for 118 irrigation wells, 107 industrial wells, 79 municipally owned wells, and 106 wells and springs used for domestic and stock purposes (tables 1, 2, 3, and Most of the wells in the area that discharge Excerpt from Availability of Ground Water in the Albuquerque Area, Bernalillo and Sandoval Counties, New Mexico In the course of this investigation, records were obtained for 118 irrigation wells, 107 industrial wells, 79 municipally owned wells, and 106 wells and springs used for domestic and stock purposes (tables 1, 2, 3, and Most of the wells in the area that discharge more than 200 gpm were included in the inventory. Many drive-point irrigation wells of low capacity were recorded, but detailed data on these wells were not collected. Tenants, well owners, and drillers in the area were interviewed. Available well logs and detailed hydrologic and geologic information were collected and studied. Depths to water and depths of wells were measured with steel tapes, and the rates of pump discharge were either estimated or measured. Depths to water were measured periodically in 38 wells to observe fluctua tions of the water table. Records were obtained from six recording gages operated by the city of Albuquerque on wells in the city well fields that were specifically constructed as observation wells. Drawdown and recovery of water levels in several pumped wells were measured to determine the aquifer characteristics.

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