— January 30, 2018
The AMP has collaborated with Northeastern SWCD to characterize and map sources of groundwater in the Ogallala and deep bedrock aquifers in east-central Union County. Limited water resources from these border aquifers are supporting the Village of Clayton, as well as rural ranch communities and center-pivot agriculture in New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma.
Funded by the Aquifer Mapping Program, the Bureau of Geology, Northeastern SWCD and Healy Foundation.
For more information, please contact:
Dr. Geoffrey C. Rawling, Field Geologist
- Rawling, Geoffrey C., 2015, Groundwater surface map of Union County and the Clayton Underground Water Basin, northeast New Mexico, New Mexico Bureau Geology Mineral Resources, Open-file Report, v. 0570, pp. 1-16.
- Rawling, Geoffrey C., 2013, Hydrogeology of east-central Union County, northeastern New Mexico, New Mexico Bureau Geology Mineral Resources, Open-file Report, v. 0555.
- Geoffrey Rawling, 2013, Hydrogeology of east-central Union County, northeastern New Mexico, in: Program with Abstracts, New Mexico Geological Society Annual Spring Meeting, April 12, 2013, Macey Center, New Mexico Tech campus, Socorro, NM, p. 47. (Presentation slides).