Development of ground water in the Houston district, Texas, 1966-69

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Statementby R. K. Gabrysch.
SeriesTexas. Water Development Board. Report ;, 152, Report (Texas Water Development Board) ;, 152.
ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.), Texas Water Development Board.
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LC ClassificationsTD224.T4 A333 no. 152
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Open LibraryOL5395130M
LC Control Number72612788

DEVELOPMENT OF GROUND WATER IN THE HOUSTON DISTRICT. TEXAS. By R. Gabrysch United States Geological 1966-69 book ABSTRACT Total withdrawals of ground water in the Houston district increased from about mgd (million g,allons per day) in to mgd in Almost all of the increase occurred in the Katy I Pasadena, and Houston areas.

Development of ground water in the Houston district, Texas,(Texas. Water Development Board. Report) [R. K Gabrysch] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : R. K Gabrysch. Total withdrawals of ground water in the Houston district increased from about mgd (million gallons per day) in to mgd in Almost all of the increase occurred in the Katy, Pasadena, and Houston areas.

Pumpage in the NASA area has become significant in the past few years, increasing from mgd in to mgd in Get this from a library. Development of ground water in the Houston district, Texas.

[R K Gabrysch; Geological Survey (U.S.); Texas Water Development Board.]. Development of Ground Water in the Houston District, Texas, Showing of 33 pages in this report. PDF Version Also Available for by: 6. Total withdrawals of ground water in the Houston district increased 9 percent from about million gallons per day ( cubic meters per second) in to about million gallons per day ( cubic meters per second) in The average annual rate of increase from to was about percent.

Duringincreases in pumpage occurred in the Houston, Katy, and NASA areas. Total withdrawals of ground water in the Houston district increased from about mgd (million gallons per day) in to about mgd in Large increases in pumpage occurred in the Katy, Houston, and Pasadena areas.

Pumpage remained almost constant in the Alta Loma area. DEVELOPMENT OF GROUND WATER IN THE HOUSTON DISTRICT, TEXAS, INTRODUCTION Collection of data to define the ground-water resources in and around Houston, Texas, was begun by the U.S.

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These documents are used on Capital Projects, as well as private development projects. Would you like to receive periodic updates from the City Engineer? Register for our newsletter.This report covers the current phase of an investigation of the supply of ground water available for the Houston district and adjacent region, Texas,- that has been in progress during the past 10 years.

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