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Ground-water age dating and other tools used to assess land-use effects on water quality
J. D Stoner
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in Mounds View, MN
Written in English
|Other titles||Ground water age dating and other tools used to assess land-use effects on water quality|
|Statement||by J.D. Stoner, T.K. Cowdery, and L.J. Puckett|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 97-4150|
|Contributions||Puckett, L. J, Cowdery, T. K., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 folded sheet (6 p.) :|
River Basin, the broad-scale changes in land use for biofuels and other crops must be disaggregated to a finer scale. Our goal is to apportion Basin-wide LULC change to individual grid cells based on the underlying variability in land and climate suitability for various types of land use through spatial downscaling. Figure Size: 23MB. The purpose of this report is to describe the results of a study that evaluated water movement through thick unsaturated zones overlying the central High Plains aquifer in southwestern Kansas. In , boreholes were drilled at one site in Morton County, Kans., at which rangeland was the dominant land use, and at two sites in Finney County.
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water withdrawals on ground-water quality as related to induced infiltration from the river. The purpose of this report is to describe the results of the study. This report describes results of field data collection during –97, sources and types of data used in constructing a numerical ground-water-flow. Soft approaches include zoning restrictions and land use regulations. Read the following mass wasting scenarios to determine if the event involved hard, soft, or both approaches. A homeowner has the foundation of his house reinforced to lessen the effects of liquefaction.
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Ground-water age dating and other tools used to assess land-use effects on water quality. Mounds View, MN: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
There, water from both aqueducts mixes and, after 15–25 days of storage time, it is chlorinated and delivered to the City and other user communities. The state of water quality in Kensico Reservoir is thus critical: if it becomes degraded, it would contaminate the high-quality water derived from the other Catskill/Delaware reservoirs.
Previous studies have combined water quality and land-use data to draw conclusions about the effects of replacing agricultural land with unsewered. NAWQA ground water data collection protocol.
Table 2. Summary of current () required, recommended, and optional water-quality constituents to be measured in the three National Water-Quality Assessment Program ground-water components of. Abstract.
As part of a national analysis of the effects of land use on ground-water quality for the National Water-Quality Assessment Program, the U.S. Geological Survey sampled wells along a flow system in surficial glacial aquifers in the northwestern part of the Twin Cities metropolitan area during and Diagram showing revised conceptual model of ground-water flow in an Appalachian Plateaus fractured bedrock aquifer, including apparent age of ground water.
Boxplots showing concentrations of major ions, hardness, and dissolved solids in ground water form 30 wells sampled in the study area. Determining water age, and hence transit times, allows identification of delayed impacts of past and present land-use practices on water quality (Böhlke and Denver, ;Katz et.
Ground-water age dating and other tools used to assess land-use effects on water quality. U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 6 p. Strebel, O., J.
Bottcher, and W. Kolle, Year Published: Field guide for collecting and processing stream-water samples for the National Water-Quality Assessment Program. The U.S. Geological Survey's National Water-Quality Assessment program includes extensive data- collection efforts to assess the quality of the Nations's streams.
Katz, B. G., and Böhlke, J.K,Monthly variability and possible sources of nitrate in ground water beneath mixed agricultural land use, Suwannee and Lafayette Counties, Florida. U.S. Geological Survey Water Resources Investigations Report28 p.
As with most other forms of vulnerability assessment there is no replacement for high quality data. Since ground water data are used in developing statistical models, these methods are best applied to areas having adequate monitoring programs and/or a.
EPA/// May DRASTIC: A STANDARDIZED SYSTEM FOR EVALUATING GROUND WATER POLLUTION POTENTIAL USING HYDROGEOLOGIC SETTINGS by Linda Aller Truman Bennett Jay H.
Lehr Rebecca J. Petty and Glen Hackett National Water Well Association Dublin, Ohio Cooperative Agreement CR Project Officer Jerry. Users alter weights based on the particular land use in question to adjust for differences in impacts of the parameters on each use.
Age dating of groundwater can be useful in evaluating groundwater-surface water interactions. K.R., Ellerbrook, D.A., Loftis, J.C.; Davies, G.S.
[et al.]. Screening methods for ground water pollution. A general description of the hydrogeologic and water-quality conditions in the arei was presented by Hamilton and others (). Dunkle and others () and Reilly and others () applied age-dating tracers to describe ground- water flow in parts of the Chesterville Branch watershed.
Radiometric dating technique used to determine the age of earth materials based on determining the ratio of uranium to the decay product thorium it is apparent that development of either of these resources affects the quantity and quality of the other.
Nearly all surface-water features (streams, lakes, reservoirs, wetlands, and. Anderson, H.W., Jr.,Effects of agricultural and residential land use on ground-water quality, Anoka Sand Plain aquifer, east-central Minnesota: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report62 p. Improve water quality because studies done by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) have shown that non-point source runoff is now the major cause of water pollution.
Non-point source pollution enters a water body from diffuse origins on the watershed and does not result from discernible, confined or discrete. According to Daughney et al.
() the aims of a regional or national ground water monitoring network can be to: 1. Give an overview of water quality at the appropriate scale (catchment, aquifer or administrative boundaries, at regional or national scale).
Author: J. Farlin, T. Gallé, D. Pittois, M. Bayerle, T. Schaul. The purpose of this study was to establish a water quality monitoring program to assess the microbial quality of deep ground water used to supply Honolulu (Fujioka and Yoneyama, ). A total of 71 wells were sampled, 32 of which were sampled for viruses and 39 of which were sampled for bacteria.
Adams, C.D., Randtke, S.J., Thurman, E.M., and Hulsey, R.A.,Atrazine and its degradation products in soil and ground water, and the effectiveness of water. Development of Study Approaches and Methods.
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