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Geohydrology and water quality of the unconsolidated deposits in Erie County, Pennsylvania
Theodore F Buckwalter
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Lemoyne, Pa, Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||by Theodore F. Buckwalter, Curtis L. Schreffler, and Richard E. Gleichsner ; prepared in cooperation with the Erie County Department of Health|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 95-4165|
|Contributions||Schreffler, Curtis L, Gleichsner, Richard E, Erie County (Pa.). Dept. of Health, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 105 p. :|
|Number of Pages||105|
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Water in unconsolidated deposits is used for the water supplies of homes, farms, municipalities, and industries in Erie County. The unconsolidated deposits cover most of the bedrock of Erie County.
Thickness of the unconsolidated deposits ranged from 60 to feet at 30 sites surveyed by seismic refraction and reflection methods. Water wells, mostly in the unconsolidated deposits, provide. Get this from a library. Geohydrology and water quality of the unconsolidated deposits in Erie County, Pennsylvania.
[Theodore F Buckwalter; Curtis L Schreffler; Richard E Gleichsner; Erie County (Pa.). Department of Health.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Geohydrology and Water Quality of the Unconsolidated Aquifers in the Enfield Creek Valley, Town of Enfield, Tompkins County, New York.
By Benjamin N. Fisher, Paul M. Heisig, and William M. Kappel. Prepared in cooperation with the Town of Enfield and the Tompkins County Planning Department. Scientific Investigations Report –Author: Benjamin N. Fisher, Paul M. Heisig, William M. Kappel. Geohydrology And Ground-Water Quality of East King County, Washington By G.
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Geohydrology, Water Levels and Directions of Flow, and Occurrence of Light-Nonaqueous-Phase Thickness of fine-grained unconsolidated deposits, northwestern Indiana and the geologic, hydrologic, and water-quality data; and collection of LNAPL and static water-level measure-ments during a 2-day synoptic period.
Geologic. Ina 3-year study was begun to describe the geohydrology and water quality of the North Platte River alluvial aquifer near Oshkosh, Garden County, Nebraska. The study's objectives are to evaluate the geohydrologic characteristics of the alluvial aquifer and to establish a network of observation wells for long-term monitoring of temporal variations and spatial distributions of nitrate and.
Water quality in the unconsolidated deposits differs chiefly as a result of the source, quantity, and quality of recharge and by association with water in other geologic formations in the subsurface.
In general, the chemical quality of water in the unconsolidated aquifer, listed in table 3 and shown by plate 3, improves from west to east. Sources of ground-water quality data The quality of water from the aquifer systems defined in the Aquifer Systems section of the Ground-Water Hydrology chapter is described using selected inorganic chemical analy-ses from wells ( completed in unconsolidated deposits and completed in bedrock) in the West Fork White River basin.
Aquifers transmit ground water from areas of recharge to areas of discharge. They also store significant quantities of high-quality ground water.
Unconsolidated sand-and-gravel deposits are important aquifers in the Wet Mountain Valley and occur along the flanks of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. ¥Alluvial fan deposits coarse at basin margins; toward the basin center, fan deposits grow finer ¥Faults can act as ground water barriers ¥Water quality generally good, but can have poor quality due to evaporation ¥Buried stream channels form best water sources toward center of basin; playa deposits in basin centers have low K.
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Ground-water quality and its relation to hydrogeology, land use, and surface-water quality in the Red Clay Creek Basin, Piedmont Physiographic Province, Pennsylvania and Delaware / (Lemoyne, Pa.: U.S.
Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, Colo.: Branch of Information Services [distributor], ), by Lisa A. Senior. Geology - Groundwater. STUDY. PLAY. The water table's the surface where the water pressure head is equal to the atmospheric pressure and the elevation typically mimics the shape of the land surface however it is higher under hills and lower under valleys.
rock fractures or unconsolidated materials (gravel, sand, or silt) from which. Hydrocarbons in upland groundwater, Marcellus Shale Region, Northeastern Pennsylvania and Southern New York, USA. Water samples from 50 domestic wells located 1 km (distal) from shale-gas wells in upland areas of the Marcellus Shale region were analyzed for chemical, isotopic, and groundwater-age tracers.
Water Use and Distribution Agricultural water use in the United States by state. In the United States, billion gallons of ground and surface water are withdrawn for use each day, of which 76 billion gallons is fresh state of California accounts for 16% of national groundwater withdrawals.
Utah is the second driest state in the United States behind its neighbor Nevada. USGS Scientific Investigations Report –, Reston, 54 Buckwalter TF, Schreffler TL, Gleichsner RE () Geohydrology and water quality of the unconsolidated deposits in Erie County.
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U.S. Geological Survey,Chemical quality of water from community systems in New York, November to May U.S. Geological Survey Water. A previous study by Batten and Lidwin () reported on hydrologic data collected across the Reservation from throughincluding data on ground-water flow and ground-water quality.
That compilation of existing data was an important step in generalizing. Water-quality units: Water temperature in degree Celsius CCC) can be converted to degrees Fahrenheit (0F) by using the following equation: r \"LJ+O~.
Chemical concentration is reported in milligrams per liter (mg/L) or micrograms per liter (J!g/L).Marine- terrace deposits consist of unconsolidated, shelly, and moderately glauconitic sand that is interbedded with silt, clay, gravel, and thin indurated shell beds.
Well yields commonly range from 5 to 1, gpm, and may exceed 2, gpm. About 24 percent of .Ground-Water Hydrology 21 unconsolidated aquifer. The annual water-level fluctuation ranges from about three feet to feet. The difference between the maximum high and low for the period to is feet.
Observation well Randolph 3 is completed in a .