Hydrologic Projects

East Ada County Hydrologic Project
Providing a scientific foundation for the management of aquifers in the Treasure Valley and to evaluate potential impacts from proposed residential developments along the I-84 corridor to Mountain Home.


Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer Model (ESPAM)
Evaluation of the Eastern Snake River Plain and tributary basins, to improve the ground water flow modeling system of the Snake River Plain and to address the demands of current and emerging water resource issues.


North Ada County Hydrogeologic Investigation
A detailed investigation to obtain a better understanding of the hydrogeology of the area with respect to the ground water resources available for allocation.


Spokane Valley-Rathdrum Prairie Hydrologic Project
Initiated to develop a better understanding of water resources in the Spokane Valley-Rathdrum Prairie and to evaluate changes in regional and local ground water conditions and their interaction with surface water.


Treasure Valley Hydrologic Project
This project was formed to develop a better understanding of water resources in the Treasure Valley and to evaluate changes in regional and local ground water conditions.


Wood River Valley Hydrologic Project
The Wood River Valley Groundwater Flow Model Project was initiated to help provide a scientific foundation for the management of aquifers underlying the Wood River Valley.


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