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Geology and ground water resources of Wells County.

Geology and ground water resources of Wells County.

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Published in [Grand Forks] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Dakota,
  • Wells County.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- North Dakota -- Wells County.,
    • Groundwater -- North Dakota -- Wells County.

    • Edition Notes

      SeriesNorth Dakota. Geological Survey. Bulletin, 51, County ground water studies, 12., Bulletin (North Dakota Geological Survey) ;, 51.
      ContributionsBluemle, John P., Buturla, Frank., North Dakota Geological Survey., Geological Survey (U.S.), North Dakota State Water Commission.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE149 .A23 vol. 51, etc., QE150.W44 .A23 vol. 51, etc.
      The Physical Object
      Pagination3 pts.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL256602M
      LC Control Numbergs 67000310

      References. Adams, G.I., , Note on a Tertiary terrane new in Kansas geology: Am. Geologist, vol. 29, pp. anonymous, , Deep well pumping plants. Geology. Geology is the study of Earth -- the materials that make it up, the processes that act on those materials, and the history of the planet and its life forms. The rocks under a specific area have a significant impact on how that land can best be used.

      When reproducing material from this book, please cite the source as follows: Fleeger, G. M., , The geology of Pennsylvania’s ground-water (3rd ed.): Pennsylvania Geological Survey, 4th ser. Ground water has been the only source of potable water supply for residential, industrial, and agricultural users in the Beaumont and Banning storage units of the San Gorgonio Pass area, Riverside County, California. Ground-water levels in the Beaumont area have declined as much as feet between the early s and early s, and numerous Author: Diane L. Rewis.

      Water Well Program. Pam Chaffee, Professional Geologist Water Well Program Manager Geology & Well Technology, SW Jackson Street, Suite Topeka, KS Office: () Fax: () [email protected] General Information. Colorado’s water resources supply water not only to Colorado but to many surrounding states. With a population that has expanded from one to five million during the last century, water has been and is the key resource that controls sustainable growth. The CGS plays a leading role in studying how geology and human activities impact Colorado’s important groundwater resources.


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Geology and ground water resources of Wells County Download PDF EPUB FB2

OCLC Number: Notes: Pt. prepared by the North Dakota Geological Survey in cooperation with the North Dakota State Water Commission, the United States Geological Survey, and the Wells County Board of Commissioners; pts. prepared by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the North Dakota State Water Commission, the North Dakota Geological Survey, and the Wells.

Author(s) Water Resources Program: Description: Geology and ground-water resources of northwestern King County, Washington. Water Supply Bulletin 20 () describes an investigation into the occurrence, quantity and quality of ground water supplies in northwestern King County.

Geology and ground-water resources of eastern Jefferson County, Washington. Water Supply Bulletin 54 () describes an investigation to determine the aerial extent, thickness, and water-yielding capabilities of the geologic units in Jefferson County, WA.

This bulletin includes geologic descriptions and well log reports for selected wells. Geology, water resources, and seawater intrusion assessment of Marrowstone Island, Jefferson County, Washington. Water Supply Bulletin 59 () describes an investigation to assess the extent and severity of seawater intrusion on Marrowstone Island and to determine how the Island’s geology, hydrology and water-use patterns contribute to its.

GEOLOGY, GROUND-WATER RESOURCES, BARTOW COUNTY FF3 sandstone, and shale. The remaining one-fourth of the county the southeastern part is in the Piedmont province.

The rocks of the Piedmont area are metamorphosed and consist of granite gneiss, schist, slate, amphibolite, and : M.G. Croft. Groundwater Bulletins is a series of reports published from to They have all been digitized and published below.

Bulletins typically present the results of long-term or extensive investigations, often covering a large region or county.

Topics include well records, geology and. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE KAYCEE IRRIGATION PROJECT, JOHNSON COUNTY WYOMING By F. Rollout ABSTRACT The area described in this report is in Johnson County, Wyo., in the lower valley of the Middle Fork of the Powder River and the upper valley of the main stem of the Powder Riv­ : Francis Anthony Kohout, F.H.

Rainwater. GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF MADISON COUNTY, FLORIDA BY Ronald W. Hoenstine, Steven M. Spencer and Teresa O'Carroll Published for the FLORIDA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY in cooperation with the SUWANNEE RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT Tallahassee, Florida mw W a.

IT LIB R A" $ DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES BOB MARTINEZ Governor. Orange County Water District is responsible for managing the vast groundwater basin that provides most of northern and central Orange County’s drinking water. As part of its groundwater management, OCWD maintains one of the world’s most advanced aquifer recharge systems to replace the water that is pumped from wells belonging to local water agencies, cities and other groundwater users.

The Ventura County Groundwater Section addresses all water supply sources including groundwater, surface flows, imported and reclaimed water, as well as alternative resources such as conjunctive use and desalination.

Water management programs include drought planning, governmental quality compliance, and several water conservation programs. WSP / GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF PLATTE COUNTY, WYOMING,cl, pages, 4 plates (in pocket), 20 figs., 11 tables, $ 65 WSP / GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF PLATTE COUNTY, WYOMING,pb, pages, 4 plates (in pocket), 20 figs., 11 tables, $   Groundwater Wells There's a good chance that the average Joe who had to dig a well in ancient Egypt probably did the work with his hands, a shovel, and a bucket.

He would have kept digging until he reached the water table, where all the spaces between the rock and dirt particles are filled with water, and water filled the bottom of the hole.

WSP / Renick, B. / GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF WESTERN SANDOVAL COUNTY, NEW MEXICO,pb, pages, 10 plates (1 in pocket), 3 figs., 1 insert, $ 32 WSP C / Meinzer, O.

/ OUTLINE OF METHODS FOR ESTIMATING GROUND-WATER SUPPLIES,pb, pages, $ GEOL Environmental Geology Activity Ground Water Contamination Page | 6 One result of the past evaluation and cleanup efforts was the installation of monitoring wells.

These wells provide both subsurface geologic information and groundwater contaminant information. TheFile Size: 3MB. GROUNDWATER PROGRAM PAGE Office of Conservation. Environmental Division >> Ground Water Resources Program.

The Office of Conservation's Ground Water Resources Program manages the State's ground water resources under its statutory authority, regulations and policies addressing aquifer sustainability and resource conservation issues related to ground water withdrawal. When reproducing material from this book, please cite the source as follows: Fleeger, G.

M.,T he geology of P ennsylv ania’s ground-water (3rd ed.): Pennsylvania Geological Survey, 4th ser. Geological Educational Resources for K Inthe Education Committee of the Kentucky Geological Survey, in conjunction with the Kentucky Society of Professional Geologists, established the Earth Science Education Network (ESEN).

Originally, the network provided a group of geologists who served as resource persons for teachers. The aquifers underlying the square-mile city of Philadelphia are divided by the Fall Line into the unconsolidated aquifers (chiefly sand and gravel) of the Coastal Plain and the consolidated-rock aquifers (chiefly schist of the Wissahickon Formation) of the Piedmont.

Ground water is present under confined and unconfined conditions. The principal units of the confined-aquifer system are. Data f wells were used to characterize fluoride (F) occurrence in untreated United States (U.S.) groundwater.

For domestic wells (n = 11,), water from which is generally not purposely fluoridated or monitored for quality, % of the samples have F concentrations > mg/L (U.S. Public Health Service recommended optimal F. This book contains discussions on the following topic: Water levels in wells that tap deposits in Quaternary age, the Cockfield formation, the Sparta Sand, the Memphis Aquifer, the Cane River formation, the Carrizo Sand, the Wilcox Group, the Nacatoch Sand, the Tokio formation, the Trinity group, Pike Gravel, and the Jackfork sandstone.References.

Allen, V. T.,Terminology of medium-grained sediments: Nat. Research Council, Ann. Rept. App. 1, Rept. of Comm. on Sedimentation, Sept., pp. Distribution of Wells and Aquifers for Eastern Montana. Map Description. Public Water Supply Wells and Underground Storage Tanks. Map Description. Ground-Water Assessment Project – Well Monitoring Network.

Map Description. Ground-Water Assessment Project – .