|Statement||John W. Bell.|
|Series||Bulletin / Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology ;, 95, Bulletin (Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology) ;, 95.|
|LC Classifications||QE600.3.U6 B45 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||84 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
|LC Control Number||82623087|
Subsidence in Las Vegas Valley Fall Land subsidence due to groundwater withdrawal continues to be a geotechnical issue in Las Vegas Valley. In the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology published a compilation of land subsidence data for Las Vegas Valley (NBMG Bulletin 95). Subsidence in Las Vegas Valley Summer Land subsidence in Las Vegas Valley is primarily related to groundwater withdrawal. As early as the mid's, it was observed that groundwater pumping in the valley was exceeding the estimated annual recharge to the system. Betw acre-feet per year of water is believed to enter. Interferograms showing land subsidence and uplift in Las Vegas Valley, Nevada, USGS Scientific Investigations Report [Michael T. Pavelko, Jörn Hoffmann, et al.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources-Division of Water Resources and the Las Vegas Valley Author: Michael T. Pavelko. Interferograms Showing Land Subsidence and Uplift in Las Vegas Valley, Nevada, by William Edward III Horrell, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
Land Subsidence in Las Vegas Valley. Land subsidence has been a concern in Las Vegas Valley since Maxey and Jameson () first recognized its occurrence. Surveys of various regional and local networks indicated that subsidence occurred at a relatively slow, steady rate throughout large regions of the valley into the mids. Title: Subsidence in Las Vegas Valley Author: John W. Bell Year: Series No.: Bulletin 95 Version: Format: 84 pages, 11 x inches, 39 b/w drawings, 32 b/w photos, 5 tables, 1 appendix, 1 plate,, faults, 29 x 22 inches, b/w Scale: , The geology, hydrology, and land subsidence in Las Vegas Valley; sedimentologic and engineering characteristics of the basin-fill deposits. Urban growth in the Las Vegas Valley has soared in the last few decades. Today Las Vegas sprawls across the valley. As the railroad grew, so did Las Vegas and its thirst for water (Jones and Cahlan, ). To help meet the increasing demand, the Las Vegas Land and Water Company was formed in A new period. USGS Subsidence Interest Group Conference Proceedings Edwards Air Force Base, Antelope Valley, California, November , USGS Open-File Report Las Vegas, Nevada, February , USGS Open-File Report
Print book: State or province government publication: English: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Subsidences (Earth movements) -- Nevada -- Las Vegas Valley. Subsidences (Earth movements) Nevada -- Las Vegas Valley. More like this: Similar Items. Hoffman J, Zebker H A, Galloway D L and Amelung F Seasonal subsidence and rebound in Las Vegas valley, Nevada, observed by synthetic aperture radar interferometry Water Resour. Res. 37 – Crossref Google Scholar. Land subsidence in California - Approximate location of maximum subsidence in the United States identified by research efforts of Dr. Joseph F. Poland (pictured). Signs on pole show approximate altitude of land surface in , , and The site is in the San Joaquin Valley southwest of Mendota, California. Hernandez-Marin M, Burbey TJ (b) On the mechanisms for earth fissuring in Las Vegas valley: a numerical analysis of pumping-induced deformation and stress. In: Carreón-Freyre D, Cerca M, Galloway DL (eds) Land subsidence, associated hazards and the role of .