Fall Level Measurements this week! (Aug 24-28, 2015)

The District’s Water Resources Technician, Aaron Gurecki, has been out all week measuring groundwater levels. We will quality check the data and results will be available next week.

There are 150 wells in the network, about 100 have been monitored since the 1950’s. We have a good history of our aquifer’s response to drought.

Max Stevenson

Asst. General Manager – Resources

Yolo County Flood Control & Water Conservation District

530-662-0265 office

530-681-6004 cell

www.ycfcwcd.org

Groundwater Levels – Historical Context – data sources

DWR’s Groundwater Information Center – A good example of an anaylsis tools, where you can zoom in and see the effect at Hungry Hollow, Zamora, and Conaway, etc.

https://gis.water.ca.gov/app/gicima/  (But unfortunately, the Cities’ well data was prohibited to be included until recently, so the results need to consider
that.)

 

http://wrid.facilitiesmap.com/ has raw groundwater data for Yolo County. Good for engineers, probably not what most people want.

 

A great regional analysis of long term trends in groundwater use and status is here:
http://www.norcalwater.org/groundwater-assessment/