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Abstract: Located in the central coast ranges of California, just inland from the coast, and south of San Francisco Bay, the Santa Clara Valley basin and its tributary basin, Coyote Valley, represents one of the significant alluvial filled groundwater basins of California. One-half of the water used in the Santa Clara Valley and all those used in Coyote Valley are pumped from the basin. This presentation discusses the hydrogeologic make up of the basins and how it affects basin management.--Author's abstract.
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