Bibliography of C.V. Theis

PUBLICATIONS AND OPEN-FILE REPORTS

1925 Reconnaissance map of the structural geology of Knox County, Kentucky; structural geology: Kentucky Geological Survey, Series 6, scale: 1 :62,500.

1927 Structural geological map of Henderson County, Kentucky: Kentucky Geological Survey, Series 6, scale: 1 :63,360.

1928 The filled valleys of western Kentucky [abs.]: Ohio Academy of Science Proceedings, v. 8, pt. 4, p. 178- 179. [Also published in Ohio Journal of Science, v. 28, no. 3, p. 156-157.]

1931 Some recent studies in evaporation: American Geophysical Union Transactions, 12th Annual Meeting, p. 220-224.

1932a Report on the ground water in Curry and Roosevelt Counties, New Mexico: New Mexico State Engineer 10th Biennial Report, 1930-32, p. 99-161.

1932b Equation for lines of flow in vicinity of discharging artesian well: American Geophysical Union Transactions, 13th Annual Meeting, June 1932, p. 317-320. [Also issued as U.S. Geological Survey Ground-Water Note 17, 5 p., November 1953.]

1934a Preliminary geological report on the Salt Plains reservoir site, Oklahoma: U.S. Geological Survey Open- File Report 34-2, 15 p., 2 figs. [figures missing].

1934b A reconnaissance of ground water conditions in the vicinity of Madrid, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 8 p.

1934c Progress report on the ground-water supply of Lea County, New Mexico: New Mexico State Engineer 11th Biennial Report, 1932-34, p. 127-153.

1934d Progress report on the ground-water supply of the Portales Valley, [Curry and Roosevelt Counties] New Mexico: New Mexico State Engineer 11th Biennial Report, 1932-34, p. 87-108.

1934e Notes on the irrigation-water supply of Estancia Valley, Torrance County, New Mexico, and notes on a proposed survey of underground waters of New Mexico for purposes of State planning: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 5 p. [plus attachments by other authors].

1935a A reconnaissance of possible ground-water supplies in the vicinity of the Conchas Dam Site, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 12 p., 1 fig.

1935b The relation between the lowering of the piezometric surface and the rate and duration of discharge of a well using ground-water storage: American Geophysical Union Transactions, 16th Annual Meeting, v. 16, pt. 2, p. 519-524. [Also issued as U.S. Geological Survey Ground-Water Note 5, 9 p., 1952. Also published in American Water Resources Association Bulletin, v. 1, no. 3, p. 10-15, 1965; and in Freeze, R.A., and Back, William, eds., Physical hydrogeology: Stroudsburg, Penn., Hutchinson Ross Publishing Co., Benchmark Papers in Geology 72, p. 141-146, 1983; and in Moore, J.E., Zaporozec, A.A., Csallany, S.C., and Varney, T.C., Recent advances in ground-water hydrology: Minneapolis, Minn., American Institute of Hydrology, p. xiii-xvii, 1989.]

1936a Ground water in south-central Tennessee: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 677, 182 p., 7 pl.

1936b Some ground water phenomena and problems connected with the construction of Conchas Dam: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 15 p.

1936c Memorandum on water supplies at Las Cruces, New Mexico: U.S Geological Survey Open-File Report, 9p.

1936d Possible effects of ground water on the Ogallala formation of Llano Estacado [abs.]: Washington Academy of Science Journal, v. 26, no. 9, p. 390-392.

1936e Lea County [New Mexico] and Portales Valley [New Mexico], in Meinzer, O.E., and Wenzel, L.K., Water levels and artesian pressure in observation wells in the United States in 1935: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 777, p. 106 and 108.

1937a Amount of ground-water recharge in the southern High Plains: American Geophysical Union Transactions, 18th Annual Meeting, v. 18, pt. 2, p. 564-568.

1937b Tentative computation of recharge of Pecos Valley shallow-water basin and of effect of pumping by present holders of water rights: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, p. 1-15.

1937c Lea County, Middle Rio Grande Valley, Mimbres Valley, and Portales Valley [New Mexico], in Meinzer, O.E., Wenzel, L.K., and others, Water levels and artesian pressure in observation wells in the United States in 1936: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 817, p. 194-195.

1938a The relation between the increase in flow of the Pecos River and the recharge of the shallow ground water in the Roswell basin, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 5 p.

1938b Memorandum concerning ground water in the vicinity of Los Lunas, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 3 p.

1938c Ground water in the middle Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico, in National Resources Committee, Regional Planning, Part. 6, the Rio Grande joint investigation of the Upper Rio Grande basin, Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas, 1936-37, v. l, pt.2, Ground-water resources: U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., p. 268-301. [Also published as U.S. Geological Survey, Ground water in the middle Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico: 63 p., 1937 (mimeographed).]

1938d Origin of waterin Major Johnson Springs, near Carlsbad, New Mexico: New Mexico State Engineer 12th and 13th Biennial Reports, 1934-38, p. 251-252.

1938e The significance and nature of the cone of depression in ground-water bodies: Economic Geology, v.33, no. 8, p.889-902. [Abstract published in Economic Geology, v. 32, no.8, p.1079, December 1937. Also issued as U.S. Geological Survey Ground-Water Note 21, 11 p., 1954.]

1938f Memorandum in regard to proposed ground-water investigation in Gila River valley near Safford, Arizona: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 25 p.

1939a Progress report on the ground-water supply of the Portales Valley, New Mexico: New Mexico State Engineer 12th and 13th Biennial Reports, 1934-38, p. 101-118.

1939b Progress report on the ground-water supply of Lea County, New Mexico: New Mexico State Engineer 12th and 13th Biennial Reports, 1934-38, p. 121-134.

1939c Progress report on the ground-water supply of the Mimbres Valley, New Mexico: New Mexico State Engineer 12th and 13th Biennial Reports, 1934-38, p. 135-154. [Also published as New Mexico State Engineer Bulletin 3, 19 p.]

1939d Apparently significant phenomena connected with the movement of the foundation of Conchas Dam and deductions from them: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 10 p.

1939e Earth tides expressed in fluctuations of the water level in artesian wells in New Mexico [preprint]: International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Washington Assembly, 11 p.

1940 The source of water derived from wells-essential factors controlling the response of an aquifer to development: Civil Engineering, v. 10, no. 5, p. 277-280. [Also issued as U.S. Geological Survey Ground-Water Note 34, 16 p., 1957.]

1941a Ground-water conditions near Wingate Ordnance Depot, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91 -81, p. 23-27.

1941b The effect of a well on the flow of a nearby stream: American Geophysical Union Transactions, 22d Annual Meeting, v.22, pt.3, p.734-738. [Also issued as U.S. Geological Survey Ground-Water Note 14, 10p., 1953.]

1941c Preliminary memorandum on ground-water supply of Cheyenne, Wyoming: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 17 p., 1 fig. [missing].

1942a Memorandum on water supply for proposed airbase near Hobbs, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91 -81, p. 28-31.

1942b Ground-water supplies in the vicinity of Clovis, New Mexico: U.S 91-81, p. 32-34. . Geological Survey Open-File Report

1942c The availability of irrigation water at the Alamogordo Air Base, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, p. 35-38.

1942d Ground-water supplies near Las Cruces, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 5 p.

1942e Ground-water conditions near Separ, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, p. 42-44.

1942f Ground-water conditions in the vicinity of Orogrande, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, p. 57-59.

1942g Ground-water conditions north of Roswell, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 5 p.

1942h Memorandum on ground-water supplies near Roswell, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 2 p.

1942i Ground-water supplies in the vicinity of Fort Bayard, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 6 p.

1942j Ground-water conditions near Lordsburg, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 4 p. [See also 1962d.]

1942k Ground-water supplies near Veterans Administration facility, Albuquerque, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 6 p.

19421 Memorandum No. 2 on ground-water supplies in the vicinity of Fort Bayard, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, p. 60-62.

1942m Supplementary report on ground-water conditions at the Fort Sumner Glider School, in Akin, P.D., Murray, C.R., and Theis, C.V., Five ground-water investigations for U.S. Army Airfield near Fort Sumner, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 12 p. [Issued in 1949. See also 1962b.]

1942n Preliminary report on ground-water conditions southwest of Portales, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, p. 63-65.

19420 Ground-water conditions near Deming, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91 -81, p. 16-18.

1942p Memorandum on ground-water supplies near Valmont, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91 -81, p. 66.

1942q Ground-water supplies in the vicinity of Shiprock, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 4 p. [Issued April 1955.]

1943a Memorandum No. 3 on the pumping test of the Army test well on Mracek land near Silver City, Grant County, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, p. 49-51.

1943b Well water supply at Namao: U.S. Geological Survey Open-file Report 91-80, p. 1-3.

1943c Sites to be drilled for water in Fairbanks District: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, p. 13-15.

1943d Possible sources of water supply at Namao: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, p. 4-7.

1943e Ground-water conditions at Fort Nelson Airport: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, p.16- 21.

1943f Use of wells to dispose of effluent from sewage treatment plant at Namao: U.S. Geological Survey Open- File Report 91-80, p. 11-12.

1943g Water supplies for relay and repeater stations on Alaska Highway: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, p. 22-28.

1943h Water supplies for maintenance stations in the Dawson Creek district: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, p. 29-35.

1943i New Mexico, Introduction, in Meinzer, O.E., Wenzel, L.K., and others, Water levels and artesian pressure in observation wells in the United States in 1941-Part 6, Southwestern States and Territory of Hawaii: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 941, p. 183-184.

1943j Discussion of a method for determining transmissibility- and storage-coefficients by tests of multiple-well systems by L.K. Wenzel and A.L. Greenlee: American Geophysical Union Transactions, 24th Annual Meeting, v. 24, pt. 2, p. 562-564.

1944a Thermal processes related to the formation of permafrost: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 36 p., 1 fig.

1944b Further drilling at Namao: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, p. 8.

1944c Water well for fire protection on Canadian side of Watson Lake Airfield: U.S. Geological Survey Open- File Report 91-80, p. 36-37.

1944d Survey of permafrost conditions at Koidern repeater station: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, p. 38-41.

1944e Pumping test on well at N-O: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, p. 42.

1944f Grande Prairie Air Base water supply: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, p. 43.

1944g Water supply at Namao: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, p. 9-10.

1944h Study of water supply for the Alaskan Wing Stations: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, p. 44-50.

1944i Foundation movement at Northway repeater station: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, p. 51-53.

1944j Installation of underground gasoline storage tanks: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, p. 54.

1944k Foundation conditions at Northway Hangar: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, p. 55-59.

19441 Foundation conditions at power house (building no. 116) at Northway Airport: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, p. 60-61.

1944m New Mexico, Introduction, in Meinzer, O.E., Wenzel, L.K., and others, Water levels and artesian pressure in observation wells in the United States in 1942-Part 6, Southwestern States and Territory of Hawaii: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 949, p. 255-258.

1945a Ground-water conditions at carbon-black plants near Eunice, Lea County, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 17 p., [Issued January 1954. See also 1962c.]

1945b Water supplies for carbon-black plants in southeastern Lea County, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 3 p. [Issued May 1945. See also 1962c.]

1945c Memorandum on the water supply of Alamogordo, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, p. 67-69.

1949 Water levels in observation wells in Tatum-Lovington-Hobbs Geological Survey Open-File Report 49-116, 6 p.

1950a Ground water as a source supplemental to surface water: Association of Western State Engineers, 23rd Annual Convention, 1950, Santa Fe, N. Mex., Proceedings, p. 62-64.

1950b Geologic background of waste and water-supply problems at Los Alamos, New Mexico, in Meeting of Atomic Energy Commission Waste Processing Committee at Los Alamos, New Mexico: Oak Ridge, Tenn., Technical Information Service Report TID 460, p. 1-8.

195 la Effect on artesian aquifer of storage of flood water in the Hondo Reservoir: New Mexico State Engineer Technical Report 9, p. 33-36. [Also issued as U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 10 p., 1957.]

1951b Further notes on problems of the Weldon Springs area, Missouri, in Roberts, C.M., Preliminary investigation of ground-water occurrences in the Weldon Spring area, St. Charles County, Missouri: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 82-1008, p. 27-36.

1952a Work of the Geological Survey in connection with sanitary engineering problems of the Atomic Energy Commission, in Sanitary Engineering Conference, South District Filtration Plant, Chicago, III., September 11, 1952: U.S. Atomic Energy Commission Report WASH 129, p. 120-135.

1952b Chart for computation of drawdown in wells in vicinity of a discharging well: U.S. Geological Survey Ground-Water Note 6, 6 p. [Issued November 1952. See also 1963b.]

1952c Geology and hydrology of area involved in proposed flight tests by Convair [retitled, Potential hazards to water resources along a test-flight path, 1952]: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-82, p. 1-8. [See 1991 b] area, Lea County, New Mexico: U.S.

1953 Outline of ground-water conditions at Albuquerque, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, p. 19-22.

1954a Computation of drawdown at equilibrium caused by wells drawing water from an aquifer fed by a finite straight-line source: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 54-308, 6 p., 2 figs. [Also issued as U.S. Geological Survey Ground-Water Note 19, January 1954. See also 1963c.]

1954b Memorandum on visit to Carborundum Metal Products Company, Akron, New York [retitled, Possible disposal of liquid waste in a deep saline aquifer]: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-82, p. 20- 26. [See 1991b.]

1954c Geologic and hydrologic factors in ground disposal of waste, in Sanitary Engineering Conference, Baltimore, Md., April 15-16, 1954, [Proceedings]: Oak Ridge, Tenn., Technical Information Service, p. 261-283.

1956a Problems of ground disposal of nuclear wastes, in Peaceful uses of atomic energy-v. 9, Reactor technology and chemical processing: International Conference on Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, Geneva [United Nations], June 1955, p. 679-683. [Also issued as U.S. Geological Survey Ground-Water Note 32, 12 p., August 1957.]

1956b A review of the ground-water geology of the major waste producing sites, in Sanitary engineering aspects of the atomic energy industry, a seminar sponsored by the Atomic Energy Commission and the Public Health Service, held at the Robert A. Taft Engineering Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, December 6-9, 1955: Oak Ridge, Tenn., Technical Information Service Extension, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission Report TID-7517,pt. la, p. 116-131.

1957a The spacing of pumped wells: U.S. Geological Survey Ground-Water Note 31, 4 p. [Issued July 1957. See also 1963d.]

1957b Note on use of producing well as a monitoring well, with special reference to a proposed well at Sandia Corporation, Albuquerque, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, p. 77.

1959a The disposal of low and intermediate level radioactive wastes to the ground, in Hearings before the Special Subcommittee on Radiation of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, on industrial radioactive waste disposal, January 28-30 and February 2-3, 1959, v. 2: U.S. Congress, 86th, 1st session, p. 1116- 1123. [Also issued as U.S. Geological Survey Ground-Water Note 40, 3 p., June 1960.]

1959b Disposal of nuclear wastes underground [abs.]: New Mexico Geological Society, 10th Field Conference Guidebook, p. 161.

1961 Dispersion due to geologic factors [abs.]: Journal of Geophysical Research, v. 66, no. 10, p. 3568-3569.

1962a Notes on dispersion in fluid flow by geologic features, in Morgan, J.M., Jamison, D.K., and Stevenson, J.D., comps. and eds., Ground disposal of radioactive wastes, 2d Conference Proceedings, held at Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, Chalk River, Ontario, Canada, September 26-29, 1961: U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, TID 7628, p. 166-178.

1962b Supplementary report on ground-water conditions at the Fort Sumner Glider School, New Mexico: New Mexico State Engineer 16th and 17th Biennial Reports, 1942-1946, p. 302-307. [See also 1942m.]

1962c Memorandum on ground-water conditions at carbon-black plants near Eunice, Lea County, New Mexico: New Mexico State Engineer 16th and 17th Biennial Reports, 1942-1946, p. 323-334. [See also 1945a.]

1962d Ground-water conditions near Lordsburg, New Mexico: New Mexico State Engineer 16th and 17th Biennial Reports, 1942-1946, p. 289-291.

1963a Hydrologic phenomena affecting the use of tracers in timing ground-water flow, in Symposium on application of radioisotopes in hydrology, Tokyo, March 4-8, 1963, Proceedings: Vienna, International Atomic Energy Agency, p. 193-206.

1963b Chart for the computation of drawdown in the vicinity of a discharging well, in Bentall, Ray, compiler, Shortcuts and special problems in aquifer tests: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1545-C, p. C10-C15. [See also 1952b.]

1963c Drawdowns caused by a well discharging under equilibrium conditions from an aquifer bounded by a finite straight-line source, in Bentall, Ray, compiler, Shortcuts and special problems in aquifer tests: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1545-C, p. C 101-C105. [See also 1954a.]

1963d Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1545-C, p. C113-C115. [See also 1957a.]

1963e Ground water in southwestern region [abs]: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 47, no. 12, p. 2076.

1965a Ground water in southwestern region, in Galley, J.E., ea., Fluids in subsurface environments-A symposium: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Memoir 4, p. 327-341.

1965b Hydrologic aspects of a proposed burial ground at the Pantex Plant, Texas: U.S. Geological Survey Open- File Report 91-82, p. 27-30. [See 1991b.]

1967 Aquifers and models, in Symposium on Ground-Water Hydrology, San Francisco, Calif., 1967, Proceedings: American Water Resources Association Proceedings Series, no. 4, p. 138-148.

1969 Reconstruction of ground-water conditions on the Llano Estacado in Ogallala time [abs.]: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 1969, pt. 7, p. 222.

1971 Preliminary consideration of movement of ground water from infiltration areas on the Llano Estacado, Texas and New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 750-B, p. B236-B243.

1972 Presentation of the O.K. Meinzer Award to Hilton H. Cooper, Jr.: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 83, no. 4, p. xxiv-xxv.

1973 Ground water as a mineral resource, in Given, I. A., ea., SME [Society of Mining Engineers] mining engineering handbook: New York, Society of Mining Engineers of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers, v. 1, p. 4-39 - 4-45.

1974 A primer on anisotropy: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 2415, p.5-24. [Manuscript edited slightly for this publication.]

1982 Foreword to Ground Water Handbook: Approved for publication by McGraw-Hill Book Co., 9 p.

1983 Aquifers, ground-water bodies, and hydrophers: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 2415, p. 33-37. [Manuscript revised by Theis in 1987 and edited slightly for this publication.]

1984 Robert E. Horton Medal to Charles V. Theis, Acceptance: American Geophysical Union Transactions, EOS, v. 65, no. 28, p. 436-437.

1986 Concluding remarks, in Rosenshein, J.S., Moore, J.E., Lohman, S.W., Chase, E.B., and others, eds., Two hundred years of hydrogeology in the United States: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 86-480, p. 103-110.

1991a Short papers on water supplies and engineering geology, Alaska Highway, 1943-1944: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-80, 61 p. [See Introduction, and 1943b-1943h, 1944b-19441.1

1991b Potential hazards to water resources along a test-flight path, 1952; Possible disposal of liquid waste in a deep saline aquifer, 1954; and Hydrologic aspects of a proposed burial ground [at the Pantex Plant, Texas], 1965: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-82, 30 p. [See Introduction and 1952c, 1954b, and 1965b.]

COAUTHORED PUBLICATIONS AND OPEN-FILE REPORTS

(Note: Cross references refer to the same authors, different year, in this list.)

Theis, C.V., and others, 1927, Reconnaissance map of the structural geology of Clay County, Kentucky: Kentucky Geological Survey, Series 6, scale I :63,360.

Theis, C.V., Burleigh, H.P., and Waite, H.A., 1934, Reconnaissance map showing the availability of ground water in the southern part of the High Plains: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Map, 2 sheets.

_ 1935, Ground water in the southern High Plains: U.S. Department of the Interior Press Memo. No.108720, 4 p., 1 pl. [Issued October 30,1935.]

Theis, C.V., and Taylor, G.C., Jr., 1939, Ground-water conditions in the middle Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico: New Mexico State Engineer 12th and 13th Biennial Reports, 1934-38, p.263-271.

Theis, C.V., and Hale; W.E., 1940, Ground-water supplies near Carlsbad, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91 -81, p.70-72.

Theis, C.V., Taylor, G.C., Jr., and Murray, C.R., 1941, Thermal waters of the Hot Springs artesian basin, Sierra County, New Mexico: New Mexico State Engineer 14th and 15th Biennial Reports, 1938-42, p. 419-492.

Hale, W.E., and Theis, C.V., 1942, Memorandum on ground-water conditions in the vicinity of the city airport southwest of Carlsbad, New Mexico: New Mexico State Engineer 14th and 15th Biennial Reports, 1938-42, p. 219-234.

Theis, C.V., and Hale, W.E., 1942a, Pumping test on brine wells of Emro Corporation near Carlsbad, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 46-21, 7 p. [Issued February 1946.]

_ 1942b, Memorandum No. 2 concerning magnesium brine wells of the Emro Corporation near Carlsbad, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, p. 73-76.

Morgan, A.M., and Theis, C.V., 1942, Ground-water supplies near Cerillos, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, p. 39-41.

Theis, C.V., and Sayre, A.N., 1942, Introduction, in Part II, Reports of the United States Geological Survey, Section 2, Geology and ground water [Pecos River basin, New Mexico and Texas]: Pecos River Joint Investigation, Reports of the Participating Agencies, Washington, D.C., National Resources Planning Board, p. 27.

Theis, C.V., Morgan, A.M, Hale, W.E., and Loeltz, O.J., 1942, Ground-water hydrology of areas in the Pecos Valley, New Mexico, in Part II, Reports of the United States Geological Survey, Section 2, Geology and ground water: Pecos River Joint Investigation, Reports of the Participating Agencies, Washington, D.C., National Resources Planning Board, p. 38-75.

Murray, C.R., and Theis, C.V., 1942a, Ground-water conditions near U.S. Army Airfield, Fort Sumner, New Mexico, in Akin, P.D., Murray, C.R., and Theis, C.V., Five ground-water investigations for the U.S. Army Airfield near Fort Sumner, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 9 p. [Issued in 1949. See also 1962b.]

_ 1942b, Supplemental memorandum on ground-water conditions near the U.S. Army Airfield, Fort Sumner, New Mexico, in Akin, P.D., Murray, C.R., and Theis, C.V., Five ground-water investigations for the U.S. Army Airfield near Fort Sumner, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 3 p. [Issued in 1949. See also 1962b.]

_ 1942c, Ground-water conditions near Wilna, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, p. 45-46.

_ 1942d, Ground-water conditions near Cambray, Luna County, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, p. 47-48.

_ 1946, Preliminary memorandum on the safe yield of ground water in the Hot Springs ground water district, Sierra County, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 17 p.

Theis, C.V., and Stuart, W.T., 1947, Ground-water investigation in the Iron River mining district, Michigan [abs.]: Economic Geology, v. 42, no. 4, p. 410.

Stuart, W.T., Theis, C.V., and Stanley, G.M., 1948, Ground-water problems of the Iron River District [Michigan]: Michigan Geological Survey Technical Report 2, 59 p.

Conover, C.S., and Theis, C.V., 1951, Factors for consideration in study of salvage of water used by phreatophytes: Report of Subcommittee on McMillan studies to Salt Cedar Technical Subcommittee of Salt Cedar Action Committee, preliminary report, 19 p.

Theis, C.V., and Brown, R.H., 1951, Use of slide rule in solving ground-water problems involving application of the nonequilibrium formula: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 51-152, 4 p. [See also 1963.]

Theis, C.V., and Morgan, A.M., 1952, Ground-water conditions near Belen, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, p. 52-56.

Deutsch, Morris, and Theis, C.V., 1952, Geology and ground water in the vicinity of the General Electric Company site, Lock- land, Ohio: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 42 p.

Theis, C.V., and Brown, R.H., 1954, Drawdown in wells responding to cyclic pumping: U.S. Geological Survey Ground

Water Note 23,13 p. [Issued June 1954. Also published as Drawdowns resulting from cyclic rates of discharge, in Bentall, Ray, compiler, Methods of determining permeability, transmissibility, and drawdown: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1536-I, p. 319-323, 1963.]

Theis, C.V., Brown, R.H., and Meyer, R.R., 1954, Estimating transmissibility from specific capacity: U.S. Geological Survey Ground-Water Note 24, 11 p. [Issued July 1954. Also published as Estimating the transmissibility of aquifers from the specific capacity of wells, in Bentall, Ray, compiler, Methods of determining permeability, transmissibility, and draw- down: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1536-I, p. 331-340, 1963.]

Gorman, A.E., and Theis, C.V., 1956, The treatment and disposal of wastes in the atomic energy industry, in Graham, J.B., and Burrill, M.F., eds., Water for industry, a symposium presented on December 29, 1953, at the Boston meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science: Washington, D.C., American Association for the Advancement of Science Publication 45, p. 43-53.

Theis, C.V., and Conover, C.S., 1962, Pumping tests in the Los Alamos Canyon well field near Los Alamos, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1619-I, 24 p., 3 pls., 7 figs.

Murray, C.R., and Theis, C.V., 1962a, Ground-water conditions near the U.S. Army Airfield, Fort Sumner, New Mexico: New Mexico State Engineer 16th and 17th Biennial Reports, p. 295-299. [See also 1942a.]

_ 1962b, Supplemental memorandum on ground-water conditions near the U.S. Army Airfield, Fort Sumner, New Mexico: New Mexico State Engineer 16th and 17th Biennial Reports, p. 300-301. [See also 1942b.]

Theis, C.V., and Brown, R.H., 1963, Use of a slide rule in solving ground-water problems by the nonequilibrium formula, in Bentall, Ray, compiler, Shortcuts and special problems in aquifer tests: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1545-C, p. C16-C18. [See also 1951.]

Theis, C.V., and Conover, C.S., 1963, Chart for determination of the percentage of pumped water being diverted from a stream or drain, in Bentall, Ray, compiler, Shortcuts and special problems in aquifer tests: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1545-C, p. C106-C109.

Conover, C.S., Theis, C.V., and Griggs, R.L., 1963, Geology and hydrology of Valle Grande and Valle Toledo, Sandoval

County, New Mexico: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1619-Y,37 p. [Also issued as U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report, 73 p., 1961.]

Lohman, S.W., and others, 1972, Definitions of selected ground-water terms-Revisions and conceptual refinements: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1988, 21 p.

Theis, C.V., and others, 1991, Short papers on water resources in New Mexico, 1937-1957: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 91-81, 77 p. [See Introduction.]


Source: Compiled by Alfred Clebsch, U.S.G.S. Water-Supply Paper 2415