By P.L. Haraden, L.E. Spangler, L.E. Brooks, and B.J. Stolp
Prepared in cooperation with the
Utah Department Of Natural Resources, Division Of Water Rights;
Utah Department Of Environmental Quality, Division Of Water Quality;
Weber Basin Water Conservancy District;
Davis And Weber Counties Canal Company; and the
Weber River Water Users Association
This report contains hydrologic and water-quality data collected in the Kamas Valley vicinity during a study from 1997 to 2000. The study area is in Summit County in north-central Utah and is part of the Middle Rocky Mountains Physiographic Province described by Fenneman (1931). Data were collected in Kamas Valley between the Uinta Mountains on the east and the West Hills on the west, the upper Weber River area, the Samak area along Beaver Creek, the Woodland area, and the Indian Hollow area. These areas, where population growth and water demand are concentrated, encompass about 70 square miles and include the Weber River, Beaver Creek, and Provo River drainages. Surface water is the dominant hydrologic resource. The combined average flow from these three drainages is about 345,000 acre-feet per year. Ground water is present in the unconsolidated deposits in Kamas Valley, in stream alluvium along Beaver Creek and the upper Weber River, and in the consolidated rocks surrounding Kamas Valley.
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Purpose and Scope
Analysis and methods
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