Reconnaissance of the water resources of Beaver County, Oklahoma

Hydrologic Atlas 450
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Ground water is the major source of water supply in Beaver County. Because of the rapidly increasing demand for the limited supply of water for irrigation, additional geologic and hydrologic data are needed for management of ground-water resources. This report presents general information on the availability of ground water, on the chemical quality of water, and on streamflow. The chemical quality of water generally is poorer than that of water elsewhere in the Oklahoma Panhandle, and the ability to obtain good quality water may become increasingly difficult as the water resources are developed. Further studies are needed to determine the annual change in water levels, the rate of water-level decline in heavily pumped areas, the volume of water stored in the ground-water reservoir, and the quantity of water that may be withdrawn safely in a given area.

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Publication type Report
Publication Subtype USGS Numbered Series
Title Reconnaissance of the water resources of Beaver County, Oklahoma
Series title Hydrologic Atlas
Series number 450
DOI 10.3133/ha450
Year Published 1973
Language English
Publisher U.S. Geological Survey
Description 3 Plates: 41.00 × 35.31 inches or smaller
Country United States
State Oklahoma
County beaver county
Scale 125000
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