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Arbuckle Well Levels

Arbuckle Wells Status Updates

Del Oro Water field personnel routinely measure the static level of water in our wells.  As Arbuckle’s wells share an aquifer with surrounding agricultural operations, it is especially important to monitor the level as they can be drawn down quickly by those operations.

The reporting measurement is water level (feet) above well pump.  This makes it easier to visualize the current water level.  Reporting has been simplified to one level per month to make it easier to compare across years.  Larger numbers mean more water is available.

Arbuckle – Water Level as Feet Above Well Pump
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Arbuckle – Water Level as Feet Above Well Pump

Arbuckle – Water Level as Feet Below Surface
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Arbuckle – Water Level as Feet Below Surface

 

The higher the numbers on the graph the lower the water level

 


 

Arbuckle – Water Level Below Sea Level
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Pump is 372 feet below surface which is equivalent to 230 feet below sea level

Arbuckle – Water Level Below Sea Level

 

The higher the numbers on the graph the lower the water level

 


 

This graph shows the variation in Arbuckle District's well levels versus sea level from 2015 to present.