Reports & Resources

Fact Sheets

CCRN Overview (October 2018)

Hydrologic Monitoring (August 2019)

Reports

Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Department of the Interior. 2019. San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area Record of Decision and Approved Resource Management Plan. 110 p.

Gungle, B.; Callegary, J.B., Paretti, N.V.; Kennedy, J.R.; Eastoe, C.J.; Turner, D.S.; Dickinson, J.E.; Levick, L.R. and Sugg, Z.P. 2019. Hydrological Conditions and Evaluation of Sustainable Groundwater Use in the Sierra Vista Subwatershed, Upper San Pedro Basin. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2016–5114. 106 p.

Lacher, L.J. 2017. Simulated Cochise Conservation and Recharge Network Maximum Recharge with Updated Sierra Vista Subwatershed Pumping. 31 p.

Lacher, L.J. 2018. Interim Update to Sierra Vista Subwatershed Pumping and Artificial Recharge Rates in the Upper San Pedro Basin Groundwater Model. 58 p.

Lacher, L.J.; Turner, D.S.; Gungle, B.; Bushman, B.M.; and Richter, H.E. 2014. Application of Hydrologic Tools and Monitoring to Support Managed Aquifer Recharge Decision Making in the Upper San Pedro River.Water 6, 3495-3527. 33 p.

Leake, S.A.; Pool, D.R.; and Leenhouts, J.M. 2008. Simulated Effects of Ground-Water Withdrawals and Artificial Recharge on Discharge to Streams, Springs, and Riparian Vegetation in the Sierra Vista Subwatershed of the Upper San Pedro Basin. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2008-5207. 22 p.

Leenhouts, J.M.; Stromberg, J.C.; and Scott, R.L. 2006. Hydrologic Requirements of and Consumptive Ground-Water Use by Riparian Vegetation along the San Pedro River. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2005–5163. 174 p.

Pool, D.R. and Dickinson, J.E. 2007. Ground-Water Flow Model of the Sierra Vista Subwatershed and Sonoran Portions of the Upper San Pedro Basin, southeastern Arizona, United States, and northern Sonora, Mexico. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2006-5228. 49 p.

Richter, H.E.; Gungle, B.; Lacher, L.J.; Turner, D.S.; and Bushman, B.M. 2014. Development of a Shared Vision for Groundwater Management to Protect and Sustain Baseflows of the Upper San Pedro River.Water 6, 2519-2538. 20 p.

Resources

Purpose

The purpose of the Cochise Conservation and Recharge Network (CCRN) is to implement a regional network of water-management projects that meet the long-term needs of the Sierra Vista Subwatershed.

Vision

The vision of the CCRN is a flowing San Pedro River, the conservation of water resources, and a vibrant local economy.

Member Organizations

The CCRN was formed in 2015, and includes Cochise County, the City of Sierra Vista, The Nature Conservancy, Hereford Natural Resources Conservation District, and the City of Bisbee.