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An [[Summaries of Environmental Topics in California's Central Coast Region|environmental topic]], summarized by the [[ENVS 560/L Watershed Systems]] class at [http://csumb.edu CSUMB].
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[[File:SeasideBasin.png|thumb|300ps|right| Carmel Valley Aquifer and Seaside Groundwater Basin <ref name = "Water Supply Project Monterey Herald May 2013"
 
[[File:SeasideBasin.png|thumb|300ps|right| Carmel Valley Aquifer and Seaside Groundwater Basin <ref name = "Water Supply Project Monterey Herald May 2013"
 
> [http://www.montereyherald.com/ci_23347443/path-your-tap-what-you-need-know-about Water Supply Project Monterey Herald May 2013] </ref> ]]
 
> [http://www.montereyherald.com/ci_23347443/path-your-tap-what-you-need-know-about Water Supply Project Monterey Herald May 2013] </ref> ]]

Latest revision as of 08:06, 25 May 2019

An environmental topic, summarized by the ENVS 560/L Watershed Systems class at CSUMB.

Carmel Valley Aquifer and Seaside Groundwater Basin [1]

An aquifer is an underground basin of water stored within layers of rock and permeable material. Aquifers are a primary source of water in California

Summary

Bellow is a list of some of the 10-20 main aquifers in the Central Coast Region

References

  1. Water Supply Project Monterey Herald May 2013
  2. http://www.mpwaterreplenishment.org/docs/regulatory_research/BenefirtsofRecycledWaterRechargetoOver-DraftedCoastalGWBasin%20-%20Jerry%20Cole.pdf

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