Map of part of Las Vegas Valley showing the piezometric surface of the "near-surface" water during the spring of 1946 by contours, and areas of discharge by evaporation and transpiration
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- Map of part of Las Vegas Valley showing the piezometric surface of the "near-surface" water during the spring of 1946 by contours, and areas of discharge by evaporation and transpiration
- Relief shown by contours. Includes range and township grid. Shows springs, wells and areas of discharge.
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- Scale [ca. 1:67,162. 1 in. to approx. 1.06 miles]. Series: Water resources bulletin (Carson City, Nev.) ; no. 5. Originally published as plate 7 in Geology and water resources of Las Vegas, Pahrump, and Indian Spring Valleys, Clark and Nye Counties, Nevada by George B. Maxey and C.H. Jameson, which is number 5 of the Water resources bulletin published by the Nevada Office of the State Engineer.
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- G4354.L3C34 1946 .N48
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