2 edition of Hydrogeology and water quality of the Shell Valley aquifer, Rolette County, North Dakota found in the catalog.
Hydrogeology and water quality of the Shell Valley aquifer, Rolette County, North Dakota
Michael L. Strobel
1997 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Bismarck, N.D, Denver, CO .
Written in English
|Statement||by Michael L. Strobel ; prepared in cooperation with the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 97-4291.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 25 p. :|
|Number of Pages||25|
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Hydrogeology and Water Quality of the Shell Valley Aquifer, Rolette County, North Dakota By Michael L. Strobel ABSTRACT The Shell Valley aquifer is the sole source of water for the city of Belcourt and the primary source of water for most of the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation.
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WRI No 38 - Sources and Processes Affecting the Distribution of Dissolved Sulfate in North Dakota book Elk Valley Aquifer in Grand Forks County, Eastern North Dakota, By William M. Schuh, Simon H. Bottrell, and Scott F. The investigation of the ground-water resources of Grant and Sioux Coun-ties (fig.
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The results of the investiga-tion are published in three parts. HYDROGEOLOGY AND Rolette County QUALITY OF NORTHERN BUCKS COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA by Ronald A. Sloto and Curtis L Schreftier ' U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report Prepared in cooperation with NEW HOPE BOROUGH AND BRIDGETON, BUCKINGHAM, NOCKAMIXON, PLUMSTEAD, SOLEBURY, SPRINGFIELD, Cited by: 8.
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Antolino Prepared in cooperation with the Cape Fear Public Utility Authority. The West Valley Creek Basin drains square North Dakota book in the Piedmont Physiographic Province of southeastern Pennsylvania and is partly underlain by carbonate rocks that are highly productive aquifers.
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Hydrogeology, hydraulic characteristics, and water-quality conditions in the surficial, Castle Hayne and Peedee aquifers of the greater New Hanover County area, Rolette County Carolina, A major issue facing the greater New Hanover County, North Carolina, area is the increased demand for drinking water resources as a result of rapid growth.
Owens Valley Hydrogeology. Welcome to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Owens Valley Hydrogeology website. This site provides hydrologic data collected or compiled by the USGS for the Owens Valley area. Also provided is a comprehensive listing of reports, including links to online reports.
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Hydrogeologic maps for the alluvial aquifer in the northern Bighorn River valley: alluvial aquifer thickness; land use; and potentiometric surface and groundwater flow directions.
The Northern Great Plains Aquifer System covers approximatelysquare miles. It is a culmination of five major aquifers. The Pierre Shale can be as thick as in some areas of North and South Dakota. Very little water is stored in the shales due to their composition.
Montana uses about 3 million gallons of water per day per. Water uses include domestic, irrigated agriculture, livestock, and fish and wildlife needs.
The groundwater-flow system in the Harney Basin is poorly understood, and the ability of the resource to sustain existing uses and to accommodate additional development is not well known.
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The best-known artesian aquifer in North Dakota is the Dakota Formation sandstone, which underlies nearly the entire state. The Dakota Formation is of Cretaceous age. However, several other formations beneath the Dakota, mainly Paleozoic units, also contain water and these deeper units may behave in a way similar to the Dakota Formation aquifer.
The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with Okanogan County, investigated the hydrogeology of the unconsolidated sedimentary deposits in the Methow River Basin, the quality of surface and ground waters, and the exchanges between ground water and surface water.
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The carbonate aquifer system of the northern Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and West Virginia provides an important water supply to local communities and industry.
This is an area with an expanding economy and a growing population, and this aquifer is likely to be further developed to meet future water needs.
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Welcome to the Dakota Water Science Center. Inthe South and North Dakota Water Science Centers were combined into a single Science Center. Here you will find water-related information including the science conducted and the data collected from across the Dakotas.
If you have any questions or have difficulty finding anything, please contact us for assistance. aquifer and non-aquifer sediments across the entire county. An estimate of the countywide water-table elevation is shown in Figure 1.
Figure 2 shows the water-table elevation in the surficial sand aquifer only; the water-table elevation in the surficial sand aquifer is the same in both figures. Title. Hydrogeology and water quality of significant sand and gravel aquifers in parts of Androscoggin, Cumberland, Franklin, Kennebec, Lincoln, Oxford, Sagadahoc, and Somerset Counties, Maine; sand and gravel aquifer m 11, 16, 17, and 32Author: Dorothy H Tepper, John S Williams, Andrews L Tolman, Glenn C Prescott Jr.
Water Quality Studies. The Water Quality project is testing water wells to acquire baseline information about water quality in the metamorphic and igneous rocks (crystalline aquifers, brown in the figure above) in the central Black Hills.
Participation is voluntary, and homeowners receive a copy of the test results. Results from the three years. contains poor quality water. Because of the limited supply and water quality available in the Late Cretaceous formations, the shallow but major aquifer in the Quaternary formation is the recommended source for potable water in the Quater-nary formation consists.
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Brophy Water District, South Yuba County S 80 At present the Dakota aquifer is used widely for irrigation, public water supply, and industry in southwest, south-central and north-central Kansas. Even though water-use data for the Dakota aquifer are of questionable validity, they indicate that development of this aquifer system became widespread in the 's and has continued to the present.
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Abandoned wells from which water flows over the land surface or that leak water underground from one aquifer to another aquifer will reduce the head pressure in an aquifer.
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attendees. 04/09 The data were also checked to ensure agreement with the original publication (Hotchkiss, W.R. and Levings, J.F.,Hydrogeology and simulation of water flow in strata above the Bearpaw Shale and equivalents of eastern Montana and northeastern Wyoming: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 85–, 72 p. term viability of current water sources operated by South Bullock County Water Authority (SBCWA), the Geological Survey of Alabama (GSA) initiated the Groundwater Hydrogeologic Characterization and Source Development Project in July Groundwater Use • 30% of total water use is provided by GW, on average • Up to 40% or more provided by GW in dry years • 43% of Californians obtain drinking water from GW • California single largest user of GW in the nation • Estimated MAF of GW extracted in CA inrepresents nearly 20% of all GW extracted in the U.S.
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