AuthorCluff, C. Brent
AffiliationWater Resources Research Center
Institute of Water Utilization, University of Arizona
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CitationProgressive Agriculture in Arizona, Vol. XIX, No. 3, pp. 6-8.
DescriptionReprinted from Progressive Agriculture in Arizona, Vol. XIX, No. 3, pp. 6-8, College of Agriculture, University of Arizona, Tucson, May-June, 1967
AbstractThe conventional stock tank in a variable climate, such as that of Arizona, usually does not afford a dependable water supply. As noted in Part I of this series in the March-April issue, sedimentation, seepage and evaporation losses are difficult problems to solve with a conventional tank. A water harvest system as described here may, in some areas, provide a more economical method of water supply livestock and domestic uses.