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Data release of Three-Dimensional Hydrogeologic Framework Model of the Petaluma Valley Watershed, Sonoma County, California

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Publication Date
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2019

Citation

Sweetkind, D.S., 2019, Data release of Three-Dimensional Hydrogeologic Framework Model of the Petaluma Valley Watershed, Sonoma County, California: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/P9NL90P8.

Summary

This digital dataset was created as part of a U.S. Geological Survey study, done in cooperation with the Sonoma County Water Agency and the City of Petaluma, to be used as the digital hydrogeologic input data for numerical simulation of the groundwater system of the Petaluma Valley Watershed, Sonoma County, California. Elevation, thickness, and extent of the hydrostratigraphic units define the geohydrologic layering of the digital framework model. The location of faults may be used to define the location of potential horizontal flow barriers in numerical simulation of the groundwater system. The intended uses of this dataset include, but are not limited to, natural resource modeling, mapping, and visualization applications. This digital [...]

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HFM_faults.zip
“Faults shapefile”
7.07 KB
HFM300_polys.zip
“Model Polygon shapefile”
852.64 KB
Petaluma Wells_Calculated Specific capacity.zip
“Spreadsheet”
28.5 KB
Petaluma_HFM.gdb.zip
“Geodatabase”
1.35 MB
PV_lithmodel_XYZG.txt
“lithology model ascii”
411.87 MB
PV_stratmodel_XYZG.txt
“stratigraphy model ascii ”
109.72 MB
Petaluma_HFM.xml
“metadata”
Original FGDC Metadata

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Purpose

This digital dataset was created as part of a U.S. Geological Survey study, done in cooperation with the Sonoma County Water Agency and the City of Petaluma, to be used as the digital hydrogeologic input data for numerical simulation of the groundwater system of the Petaluma Valley Watershed, Sonoma County, California. Elevation, thickness, and extent of the hydrostratigraphic units define the geohydrologic layering of the digital framework model. The location of faults may be used to define the location of potential horizontal flow barriers in numerical simulation of the groundwater system. The intended uses of this dataset include, but are not limited to, natural resource modeling, mapping, and visualization applications.

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DOI https://www.sciencebase.gov/vocab/category/item/identifier doi:10.5066/P9NL90P8

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