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Well Hydrographs, January 2014

 Below are links to select well hydrographs within each major groundwater basin showing historic groundwater levels through January 2014. Each well is labeled as follows:

Well Number: This is a number assigned by the State, for instance 14N-09W-32M1. The well number identifies the well by Township, Range, Section number and by lot within the section (there are 16 lots).

Reference Point Elevation: This is the elevation of the reference point the groundwater is measured from.  It is normally several inches to two feet above ground elevation.

Water Surface Elevation: This is the groundwater level measured within each well.  Low data points may be due to drought or due to groundwater level depression due to well pumping at the measured well or at nearby wells.

These hydrographs only tell part of the story of each groundwater basin, as long term groundwater conditions due to changing water use and aquifer conditions can have a substantial effect the average spring and fall levels. Conditions are also different within different areas within a basin. You can view a report summarizing groundwater conditions here and well location maps here.

Bachelor 15N-10W-03D1
Bachelor 15N-10W-04B1
Big 13N-09W-02C2
Big 13N-09W-07A3
Big 13N-09W-10E1
Big 13N-09W-11F1
Big 13N-09W-12M2
Big 13N-09W-15M1
Big 13N-09W-16E2
Big 13N-09W-22F1
Big 13N-09W-28J2
Big 13N-09W-28N3
Big 14N-09W-32G2
Collayomi 10N-07W-01A1
Collayomi 10N-07W-03M1
Collayomi 11N-07W-33M1
Collayomi 11N-07W-35E1
Coyote 11N-06W-19P2
Coyote 11N-06W-27M1
Coyote 11N-06W-29M1
Coyote 11N-07W-25P1
High 14N-08W-23K1
High 14N-08W-24B2
High 14N-08W-24H1
Scotts 14N-10W-14E2
Upper Lake 15N-09W-06K1
Upper Lake 16N-09W-31Q1

Last Updated: February 13, 2014