3 edition of Ground-water quality data for Oklahoma, 1981 found in the catalog.
Ground-water quality data for Oklahoma, 1981
by U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch, U.S. Geological Survey] in Oklahoma City, Okla, [Lakewood, Colo
Written in English
Microfiche. [Denver, Colo. : U.S. Geological Survey, 1983?]. 2 microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm.
|Statement||by Dale M. Ferree ; prepared in cooperation with the Oklahoma Water Resources Board ... [et al.].|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 83-686., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 83-686.|
|Contributions||Oklahoma Water Resources Board., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
EPA's Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water. We've made some changes to the information you are looking for is not here, you may be able to find it on the EPA Web Archive or the Janu Web Snapshot. Littleton, R.T., , Preliminary report on ground-water hydrology of the Owl Creek irrigation project, Hot Springs County, Wyoming, with a section on The quality of ground water, by H.A. Swenson: U.S. Geological Survey open-file report, 58 p.
EVALUATING THE GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE HIGH PLAINS OF TEXAS VOLUME 1 By Tommy Knowles, Phillip Nordstrom, and William B. Klemt Prepared by the Texas Department otWater Resources in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey, High Plains Underground Water Conservation District No.1, North Plains Ground Water Conservation District NoFile Size: 2MB. Return to National Page * References to non-Department of the Interior (DOI) products do not constitute an endorsement by the DOI. By viewing the Google Maps API on this web site the user agrees to these TERMS. * References to non-Department of the Interior (DOI) products do .
A. AMAP, , AMAP Assessment Biological Effects of Contaminants on Arctic Wildlife and Fish: Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), vii + 84 p (Contributing authors from the U.S. Geological Survey were Collin A. Eagles-Smith and Josh T. Ackerman). Abbott, M.M., , Real-time kinematic (RTK) surveying at the Osage-Skiatook petroleum environmental research sites, Osage. Ground-water quality along the Mojave River near Barstow, California, / (Menlo Park, Calif.: U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division, ), by Lawrence A. Eccles and California Regional Water Quality Control Board--Lahontan Region (page images at HathiTrust).
Regulation, accountability and the law
design and performance of road pavements
Lady of Culzean
This nothings place
Hh-CR Brs Christms Fun
Customs collection district of Duluth, Minn.
training intervention for control of SBA loan defaults
The landscape. A poem
Lakes to Tyneside
London mathematical society student texts.
Rural public welfare
Commonwealth Universities Yearbook 2002
woodcuts of Aristide Maillol
The U.S. Geological Survey has collected data on Oklahoma's ground-water resources since Most of these data were collected as part of specific ground-water studies conducted in cooperation with various Federal, State, and local agencies.
Ground-water quality data, as well as data on construction, yield, water levels, and other physical well parameters collected prior to are. Get this from a library. Ground-water quality data for Oklahoma, [Dale M Ferree; Oklahoma Water Resources Board.; Geological Survey (U.S.)].
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) currently operates and maintains approximately data-collection sites in Oklahoma for acquiring information about surface-water, ground-water, 1981 book, and precipitation (8 of these sites provide data for reservoirs). OKLAHOMA Ground-Water Quality In Oklahoma, ground water is the major source of water for irrigation, the largest single use of water.
The major population centers (fig. 1) rely primarily on surface water for public supply, but many of the smaller towns and rural water Ground-water quality data for Oklahoma depend on ground water. Ground water accounts for about 28 percent of theAuthor: W.F.
Horak, J.D. Stoner. 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.
The U.S. Geological Survey has collected data on Oklahoma's ground-water resources since Most of these data were collected as part of specific ground-water studies conducted in cooperation with various federal, state, and local agencies.
Ground-water quality data, as well as data on construction, yield, water levels, and other physical well parameters collected prior to are. Hydrologic Investigations.
The first step in any hydrologic investigation is characterization of the resource. Initially, upper, lower, and lateral boundaries of the groundwater basin are determined, and then aquifer properties—such as saturated thickness, hydraulic conductivity (ft/day), transmissivity (ft²/day), specific yield, and storage coefficient—are determined to understand the.
Monitoring Sites. A major task associated with OWRB hydrologic studies is to characterize groundwater flow and response of each aquifer. This is accomplished by installing water-level recording devices (recorders) in unused groundwater wells. For each study, OWRB staff install about a dozen recorders throughout the aquifer/study area.
Ground-water-quality assessment of the central Oklahoma aquifer, Oklahoma - Analysis of available water-quality data through Book Parkhurst, D.L. ; Christenson, S.C. ; Schlottmann, J.L. The water quality of the Central Oklahoma aquifer was assessed using the information available through Page Contact Information: Oklahoma Water Data Maintainer Page Last Modified: EDT nadww Effects of septic-tank effluent on ground-water quality 9 Major inorganic constituents 9 Nutrients 9 Organic substances 13 Optical brighteners 13 Bacteria 14 Summary and conclusions 14 References cited ILLUSTRATIONS.
Figure 1. Map showing location of observation wells, springs, and surface-water sampling sites in. USGS Water Data for the Nation Site serves as the publicly available portal to a geographically seamless set of much of the water data maintained within NWIS (additional background).
USGS Water Data for the Nation Site provides access to water data from over million sites in all 50 States and additional border and territorial sites. EPA/// September PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR GROUND-WATER SAMPLING "by M.J. Barcelona, J.P. Gib"b, J.A. Helfrich, and E.E. Garske Illinois State Water Survey Department of Energy and Natural Resources Champaign, IL Cooperative Agreement * Project Officer Marion R.
Scalf Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory Ada, Oklahoma Robert S. Kerr. Station Number Station name Date/Time Depth to water level, feet below LSD Elev-ation, feet above NGVD Adair County: The same data accessed by the Current Conditions link above but including both active and discontinued sites with data for any part of the period October 1,through the present.
Values may include "Approved" (quality-assured data that may be published) and/or more recent "Provisional" data (of unverified accuracy and subject to revision).
The hydrogeology and ground-water quality in the vicinity of five landfills in southern Franklin County, Ohio, were investigated by use of data obtained from 46 existing wells, 1 seep, 1 surface-water site, and 1 leachate-collection site.
Interpretation was based on data from the wells, a potentiometric-surface map, and chemical analyses. Produced Water Reuse in Oklahoma: Regulatory Considerations and References Ground Water Protection Council December 2, 3 Oklahoma Produced Water Project Summary Report Prepared by the Ground Water Protection Council Introduction In approximately billion barrels of water were co-produced with oil and gas during E&PFile Size: 1MB.
Keith, S.J., LG. Wilson, H.R. Fitch, and D.M. Esposito,Sources of spatial-temporal variability in Ground- Water Quality Data and Methods of Control: Case Study of the Cortaro Monitoring Program, Arizona: Proc. of the Second National Symposium on Aquifer Restoration and Ground Water Monitoring.
Ground-water-quality assessment of the Central Oklahoma aquifer, Oklahoma geochemical and geohydrologic investigations (SuDoc I ) [David L. Parkhurst] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : David L. Parkhurst. David L.
Boren Blvd., Suite Norman, OK phone: fax:. Streamflow data, water-quality data for surface and ground water, and ground-water-level data are combined and published in the annual series, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Data Reports. These Water-Data reports are for sale by: National Technical Information Service U.S.
Department of Commerce Port Royal Road Springfield, VA The Central Oklahoma aquifer includes the alluvial and terrace deposits along major streams, the Garber Sandstone and Wellington Formations, and the Chase, Council Grove, and Admire Groups described in the report, "Ground-water-quality assessment of the Central Oklahoma aquifer, Oklahoma: Geochemical and Geohydrologic Investigations," by.Groundwater generally moves much slower than surface water because rock has pores which the water must now travel through.
Water that enters the ground is generally called recharge; the rock that is permanently wet below the ground is called the saturated zone. Ground water can stay in the ground thousands of years or it can discharge quickly.