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Scientific Investigations Report 2007–5258

Scientific Investigations Report 2007–5258

Water-Resource Trends and Comparisons Between Partial-Development and October 2006 Hydrologic Conditions, Wood River Valley, South-Central Idaho

Prepared in cooperation with Blaine County, City of Hailey, City of Ketchum, The Nature Conservancy, City of Sun Valley, Sun Valley Water and Sewer District, Blaine Soil Conservation District, City of Bellevue, and Citizens for Smart Growth

By Kenneth D. Skinner, James R. Bartolino, and Andrew W. Tranmer

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Table of Contents

Conversion Factors, Datums, and Acronyms



Description of Study Area

Methods and Data Sources

Trend Analysis

Partial Development and October 2006 Hydrologic Conditions

Summary and Conclusions


References Cited

Appendix A. —Water-Level and Well Information Used to Construct Partial-Development and October 2006 Water-Table and Potentiometric-Surface Maps, Wood River Valley, South-Central Idaho.




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