2 edition of Hydrogeologic framework and ground-water flow in the Fall Zone of Virginia found in the catalog.
Hydrogeologic framework and ground-water flow in the Fall Zone of Virginia
E. Randolph McFarland
1999 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Richmond, Va, Denver, CO .
Written in English
|Statement||by E. Randolph McFarland ; prepared in cooperation with the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality under a grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report ;, 99-4093|
|Contributions||Virginia. Dept. of Environmental Quality., United States. Environmental Protection Agency., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||GB701 .W375 no. 99-4093|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||99488687|
High permeability zone in the Stockton formation measured with borehole flow meter logging. Hydrogeology of the Newark Basin, Rutgers University, Nov , Toran, L. and Elsea, J. Ohio Source Water Assessment and Protection Program Introduction and Program Summary INTRODUCTION Ohio’s Source Water Assessment and Protection (SWAP) Program is an innovative program to protect Ohio’s streams, rivers, lakes, reservoirs, and ground waters used for public drinking water from future contamination. DOC in ground water can occur naturally from organic debris along flow paths or can be a synthetic contaminant (Hem, ). All ground-water samples had detectable amounts of DOC. Sample concentrations of DOC ranged from to mg/L. There was a positive correlation between ammonia plus organic nitrogen and well depth (p = ). Salinization of land and water is a significant challenge in most continents and particularly in arid and semi-arid regions. The need to accurately forecast surface and groundwater interactions has promoted the use of physically-based numerical modelling approaches in many studies. In this regard, two issues can be considered as the main research by:
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Hydrogeologic Framework, Analysis of Ground-Water Flow, and Relations to Regional Flow in the Fall Zone Near Richmond, Virginia By E. Randolph McFarland ____ U.S.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report Prepared in cooperation with the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY Richmond, Virginia Cited by: 5. Additional Physical Format: Online version: McFarland, E.
Randolph. Hydrogeologic framework and ground-water flow in the Fall Zone of Virginia. Richmond, Va.: U.S. Get this from a library. Hydrogeologic framework, analysis of ground-water flow, and relations to regional flow in the fall zone near Richmond, Virginia. [E Randolph McFarland; Virginia.
Department of Environmental Quality.]. ground-water-flow system. Each hydrogeologic unit was designated based on its specific position within the sediment volume and its unique function in the overall, regional-scale flow of ground water throughout the Virginia Coastal Plain. Each hydrogeologic unit encompasses a volume of sediment designated alternately as an aquifer and a confining.
McFarland, E.R.,Hydrogeologic framework, analysis of ground-water flow, and relations to regional flow in the Fall Zone near Richmond, Virginia: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report56 p. EPA//R/ January Hydrogeologic Framework, Ground-Water Geochemistry, and Assessment of Nitrogen Yield from Base Flow in Two Agricultural Watersheds, Kent County, Maryland by L.
Joseph Bachman U.S. Geological Survey Baltimore, MD David E. Krantz U.S. Geological Survey Dover, DE Johnkarl Bohlke U.S. Geological Survey U.S. Department of the Interior. Ground-Water Flow and Saline Water in the Shallow Aquifer System of the Southern Hydrogeologic framework and ground-water flow in the Fall Zone of Virginia book of Virginia Beach, Virginia (Water-Resources Investigations Report ) Ground Water in Freshwater-Saltwater Environments of the Atlantic Coast (USGS Circular ).
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Randolph McFarland and Virginia. Department of Environmental. Hydrogeological framework of bedrock aquifers in the Newark Basin, New Jersey Ground-water flow in. resulting from erosion and weathering contribute to the hydrogeologic framework remains. Reconnaissance geology and ground water study of U.S.
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28, pt. 1, 28 p. An understanding of the hydrogeologic setting of the Menomonee Valley is integral to effective simulation of ground-water flow, surface-water flow, and the sewer tunnel system.
Stratigraphy, recharge, the Inline Storage System, and surface- and ground-water flow systems are discussed in the following sections. For water resources information please visit our Oregon Water Science Center Home Page or Oregon Water Science Center Hydrologic Studies Page.
The definitions found in this glossary are from, "The Federal Glossary of Selected Terms: Subsurface-Water Flow and Solute Transport": Department of Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Office of Water Data Coordination, August Descriptions of Anisotropy and Hetero-geneity and Their Effect on Ground-Water Flow and Areas of Contributionto Public Supply Wells in a KarstCarbonate Aquifer System United States Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper Prepared in cooperation with the Florida Depart.
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Figure shows that dispersion can occur in both longitudinal (in the direction of ground-water flow) and transverse (perpendicular to ground-water flow) directions, resulting in the formation of a conic waste plume downstream from a continuous pollution source (U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency, ). Ground-Water Flow Direction, Water Quality, Recharge Sources, and Age, Great Sand Dunes National Monument, South-Central Colorado, (USGS Scientific Investigations Report ) (*).
An Aquifer-Test Preprocessor for the Ground-Water Flow Model Calibration Program MODOPTIM and its Application to a Well Field in Duval County, Florida Article (PDF Available) January with. ground-water flow directions based on the local geologic framework and site-specific topographic controls.
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The same chemical and physical characteristics are determined for each well water sample andFile Size: 2MB. Vowinkel, E.F., and Battaglin, W.A.,Hydrogeologic, well-construction, and land-use factors that can affect the evaluation of regional ground-water quality, in Regional characterization of water quality: International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publicationp.
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The average discharge has been estimated at ~35, m 3 /d, the largest flow of any spring in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia (Kozar and Weary, ; Yager et al., ). During base flow conditions, discharge from this spring contributes ~10% of the total flow to this reach of Opequon Creek.
Stark, J.R., and Hult, M.F.,Simulation of ground-water flow in the Prairie du Chien-Jordan aquifer and relation to ground-water contamination by coal-tar derivatives, St. Louis Park, Minnesota: National Water Well Association Conference Exposition, Worthington, Ohio, August, Proceedings: National Water Well Association, p.
The Little River, an ephemeral stream that drains a watershed of approximately 88 km 2 in northern Florida, disappears into a series of sinkholes along the Cody Scarp and flows directly into the carbonate Upper Floridan aquifer, the source of water supply in northern Florida.
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These five States, each with over 8, ground water systems, account for o ground water systems—one third of the total number in the U.S. By contrast, Hawaii (), Kentucky (), Rhode Island (), and the United States territories. _____,Ground-water flow and quality in Wisconsin's shallow aquifer system: U.S.
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The conventional technologies that play a significant role in managing source areas at hazardous waste sites include excavation, containment, and pump-and-treat. To a certain extent, excavation (if completely successful) and containment represent the extreme ends of what is possible with source remediation, in that one technology completely.The study area (i.e., model domain) covers approximately km 2 and is located in a biogeotypical coastal area located at the Cape Canaveral Barrier Island Complex (CCBIC) of east-central Florida coast, as shown in Fig.
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