Report 125 By D.E. White, U.S. Geological Survey | February 1971 (reprinted January 1987)
Note - this report is published online in two parts due to file size considerations
Note: oversized, fold-ourt map figures were scanned separately from the body of the report above, so "missing pages" in the report are actually figures below.
- Report 125 - Water Resources of Ward County, Texas - Part A
- Report 125 - Water Resources of Ward County, Texas - Part B
- Figure 7 - Approximate Altitude of the Top of the Rustler Formation
- Figure 9 - Approximate Depth to and Altitude of the Base of the Allurosa Aquifer
- Figure 10 - Sources an dEstimated Amounts of Recharge to the Allurosa Aquifer, 1967
- Figure 11 - Depth to Water and Approximate Altitude of Water Levels in Wells Tapping the Allurosa Aquifer, 1967
- Figure 17 - Areas of major Ground-Water Withdrawals Fron the Allurosa Aquifer, and Locations of Surface-Water Diversions, and Wells With Hydrographs
- Figure 20 - Quality of Ground Water
- Figure 21 - Chloride and Sulfate in Ground Water in the Allurosa Aquifer
- Figure 23 - Brine-Producing Areas
- Figure 24 - Geologic Map Showing Locations of wells in Ward County and Adjacent Areas
- Figure 25 - Geologic Section A-A'
- Figure 26 - Geologic Section B-B'
- Figure 27 - Geologic Section C-C'
- Figure 28 - Geologic Section D-D'
- Figure 29 - Geologic Section E-E'
- Figure 30 - Geologic Section F-F'
- Figure 31 - Geologic Section G-G'