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The focus of this report is on the aquifers of the Basin and Range Lowlands province, which contains 95% of the irrigated land. Aquifer Sensitivity in Central Basins Salt River Valley The Salt River Valley includes the principal communities of central Arizona, including Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, and Mesa. Arizona is the sunniest State of all, and the whole Southwest is sunnier than South Dakota. Devices for registering the duration of sunshine are called sunshine recorders. One type (the Campbell-Stokes) works on the burning-glass principle; in others the sun’s rays trace a record on photographic paper.
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