Geohydrology and Water Resources of Alluvial Basins in South Central Arizona and Parts of Adjacent States
The alluvial basins described in this report include about 82,000 square miles in south-central Arizona and parts of adjacent States. The area is composed of 72 basins that are virtually independent hydrologic systems.
Anderson, T.W., G.W. Freethey, and P. Tucci. 1992. Geohydrology and Water Resources of Alluvial Basins in South Central Arizona and Parts of Adjacent States. U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1406 -B. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Geological Survey.
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