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Revision as of 12:36, 28 March 2019

The Carmel Valley aquifer lies along the downstream portion of the Carmel River located southeast of the Monterey Peninsula.

The Carmel River drains a watershed area of approximately 250 square miles into the Pacific Ocean at Carmel Bay.[1] The groundwater basin is primarily the Carmel Valley floor. The floor is about 16 miles long and varies in width from 300 to 4,500 feet. [1] [2]

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Kapple, Glenn W., Hugh T. Mitten, Timothy J. Durbin, and Michael J. Johnson. 1984. Analysis of the Carmel Valley Alluvial Ground-Water Basin, Monterey County, California. Sacramento: Monterey Peninsula Water Management District. Report 83- 4280. 45p
  2. https://water.ca.gov/LegacyFiles/pubs/groundwater/bulletin_118/basindescriptions/3-7.pdf