Groundwater artificial storage and recovery (ASR) has become a favorable means in the arid west to store water produced in excess of need during winter months for use in drier times of the year. ASR may be accomplished by injection of suitable water into the groundwater system via wells to be pumped out later, or by recovery of seepage via wells from surface water impoundments or infiltration networks. This report will present pertinent hydrogeologic information for the location of an artificial groundwater storage and recovery project in Utah's northeastern Box Elder County.
Peralta, Richard C.; Lachmar, Tom; and Kemblowski, Mariush, "Potential for Aquifer Storage and Recovery in Box Elder and Cache Counties" (1999). Civil and Environmental Engineering Faculty Publications. Paper 1160.
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