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Hydrogeology, water quality, and geochemistry of the Rush Springs aquifer, western Oklamoma
Mark F Becker
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in [Reston, Va.?], Denver, CO
Written in English
|Statement||by Mark F. Becker and Donna L. Runkle ; in cooperation with the Oklahoma Water Resources Board and Oklahoma Geological Survey|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 98-4081|
|Contributions||Runkle, Donna L, Oklahoma Water Resources Board, Oklahoma Geological Survey, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Becker, Mark F. Hydrogeology, water quality, and geochemistry of the Rush Springs aquifer, western Oklamoma. HYDROGEOLOGY, GEOCHEMISTRY, AND QUALITY OF WATER OF THE BASIN AND OAK SPRING AREAS OF THE CHISOS MOUNTAINS, BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK, TEXAS by E.T.
Baker, Jr., and Paul M. Buszka With a section on Seismic-Refraction Surveys, by Dennis G. Woodward U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report : E.T. Baker, P.M. Buszka. 2 Hydrogeology and Water Quality of the Upper Floridan Aquifer, Western Albany Area, Georgia INTRODUCTION The Upper Floridan aquifer underlies parts of Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, and geochemistry of the Rush Springs aquifer all of Florida—the aquifer is one of the most productive.
Reported groundwater use from the Rush Springs aquifer for – avera acre-feet per year with a median of 62, acre-feet per year. During this period, percent of reported groundwater use in the study area was western Oklamoma book irrigation, percent was.
Rush Springs Aquifer The Rush Springs aquifer, located primarily in western Oklahoma, is comprised of the Permian-age Rush Springs and Marlow Formations. The Rush Springs Formation is a massive fine-grained poorly cemented sandstone with some interbedded dolomite, gypsum, and shale.
Hydrogeology, Aquifer Geochemistry, and Ground-Water Quality in Morgan County, West Virginia. U.S. Geological Survey, Scientific Investigations Report By Carol J. Boughton and Kurt J. McCoy. Prepared in cooperation with the West Virginia Conservation Agency and the Eastern Panhandle Conservation District.
Hydrogeology and geochemistry of the Ogallala aquifer, Southern High Plains. Hydrol., The Ogallala aquifer, which underlies the Southern High Plains, consists of saturated sedi- ments of the Ogallala Formation (Neogene) that are deposited mainly as a set of humid-type alluvial fans derived from the Rocky by: Aquifers in Oklahoma.
Many people refer to “the aquifer” as simply water under the ground and usually conceptualize it as a large underground lake or stream.
This is probably due to the fact that most people are familiar with large bodies of water in the form of rivers and lakes. Many people refer to “streams” of water under the ground. This data set represents the extent of the Rush Springs aquifer in Oklahoma.
Purpose: These data delineate the areal extent of the Rush Springs aquifer as defined in the 'Ground Water Atlas of the United States' (U.S.
Geological Survey HA ). The scale of source material isand these data are not intended for use at a larger scale. from wells and outcrops, water quality data, water level data, and high altitude aerial photographic imagery resulted in delineation of the subsurface geology, ground-water hydrology, and geochemistry.
These data and analyses are presented as a series of maps, including recommended prospective areas for drilling and ground-water supply development. The western aquifer boundary is where the Rush Springs aquifer is less permeable, water becomes more saline, and the aquifer is more deeply buried by overlying geologic units.
The western boundary is represented by the Washita River and the area just west of Barnitz Creek and Dry Creek (Mark F. Becker, written commun., ). The Central Oklahoma (Garber-Wellington) aquifer underlies about 3, square miles of central Oklahoma. The study area for this investigation was the extent of the Central Oklahoma aquifer.
Water from the Central Oklahoma aquifer is used for public, industrial, commercial, agricultural, and domestic supply. With the exception of Oklahoma City, all of the major communities in central Oklahoma.
This study was made to develop information on the hydrogeology and ground-water geochemistry of the Patuxent and Patapsco aquifers (Lower Cretaceous) near Baltimore, Maryland. This information is needed to evaluate the availability and chemical quality of water from these Patuxent aquifer unconformably overlies Lower Paleozoic and Precambrian basement rocks and consists primarily.
The emerging global freshwater crisis in terms of water quality and quantity is already felt in India. The overdrafting of groundwater in India due to the lack of surface waters during summer season has urged the need to undertake a detailed study on the Cited by: The present report on ground-water quality and geochemistry in the Strawberry River watershed was part of a larger non-point source study of both surface and ground water, and was funded by federal Environmental Protection Agency nonpoint source program funds.
Hydrogeology and hydrochemistry of a shallow alluvial aquifer, western Saudi Arabia Article (PDF Available) in Hydrogeology Journal 16(1) February with. Geochemistry and Neotectonics The geochemistry of water and gas in mound springs provides a window into groundwater mixing in the GAB.
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A hydrogeological and hydrochemical study was conducted on a shallow alluvial aquifer, Wadi Wajj, in western Saudi Arabia to assess the influence of protection measures on groundwater quality. The hydrochemistry was assessed up-gradient and down-gradient from potential contamination sources in the main city in dry and wet seasons prior to and after the installation of major drainage and Cited by: Hydrogeology and analysis of ground-water withdrawal from the Catahoula aquifer system in the Natchez area, Adams County, Mississippi [Strom, Eric W.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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The aquifer underlies an area with a population of about 26 million people in parts of seven states and includes the metropolitan areas of Chicago, Illinois; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and Minneapolis-St.