Filters: Contacts: R.L. Cushman (X)7 results (108ms)
Answers to 24 questions asked by the Honorary John R. Murdock, Member of Congress from Arizona, by letter of December 7, 1951, to the Director, U. S. Geological Survey
No abstract available.
An appraisal of potential ground-water salvage along the Pecos River between Acme and Artesia, New Mexico
Evaluation of the hydraulic characteristics of the Major Johnson Springs aquifer, Eddy County, New Mexico
Geology and ground-water resources of the Douglas basin, Arizona, with a section on chemical quality of the ground water
The Douglas basin is part of a large northwest-trending intermontane valley, known as the Sulphur Spring Valley, which lies in southeastern Arizona, and extends into northeastern Sonora, Mexico. Maturely dissected mountains rise abruptly from long alluvial slopes and culminate in peaks 3,000 to 4,000 feet above the valley floor, Bedrock in the mountain areas confines drainage on the east and west, and an arc of low hills to the north separates the basin from the Willcox basin of the Sulphur Spring Valley. Drainage of the 1,200 square miles in the Douglas basin is southward into Mexico through Whitewater Draw. The mountains include igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks ranging in age from pre-Cambrian to Tertiary,...
An appraisal of the possibilities of artificial recharge to ground-water supplies in part of the Roswell basin, New Mexico