3 edition of Geohydrologic data for the Chipuxet River groundwater reservoir found in the catalog.
Geohydrologic data for the Chipuxet River groundwater reservoir
David C. Dickerman
|Statement||by David C. Dickerman ; prepared by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the Rhode Island Water Resources Board.|
|Series||Water information series ;, rept. 2, Water information series (Providence) ;, rept. 2.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.), Rhode Island. Water Resources Board.|
|LC Classifications||GB1025.R4 D533|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|LC Control Number||80622750|
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Missouri Geological Survey was created in to collect and distribute information about Missouri's water, mineral and energy resources. Our mission is to provide earth science information and services that support stewardship and beneficial use of Missouri's natural These data include the channel slope, the river sinuosity, the degree of penetration (incision through the alluvium) of the river, the width-to-depth ratio, and the fluvial depositional ://
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This aquifer is comprised of permeable glacial fluvial sediments and is capable of yielding up to 3 million gallons per :// Table 1. Well construction and pump-test data for pumping wells tested in Page the Chipuxet River stratified-drift aquifer 6 2.
Values of hydraulic conductivity used to estimate transmissivity from lithologic logs in the Chipuxet River ground-water reservoir 8 3. Log of pumping well South Kingstown showing an example Groundwater-level Trends and Implications for Sustainable Water Use in the Kabul Basin, Afghanistan (Environment Systems and Decisions) ; Geohydrologic Summary of the Aynak Copper, Cobalt, and Chromium Area of Interest (USGS OFR Ch2C) Geohydrologic Summary of the Badakhshan Gold Area of Interest (USGS OFR Ch3C) The Roswell ground-water basin consists of a carbonate artesian aquifer overlain by a leaky confining bed, which, in turn is overlain by an alluvial water-table aquifer.
The water-table aquifer is hydraulically connected to the Pecos River. Ground-water pumpage from about wells in the basin was aboutacre-feet in surface-water, and groundwater data available. Geohydrologic inferences are made on the basis of an integrated analysis of these data and an understanding of conditions in other areas of Afghanistan.
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For users of the various GIS datasets, the metadata included there provides as much information on the provenance of the data as we have :// (1) See groundwater system. (2) The geohydrologic units within a geologic setting, including any recharge, discharge, interconnections between units, and any natural or human-induced processes or events that could affect groundwater flow within or among those units (10 CFR Part ).
hydrologic data for the Blackstone River area, Rhode Island: Rhode Island Water Resources Board, Hydrologic Bulletin 7. Johnston, H.E., and Dickerman, D.C.,Hydrology, Water Quality, and ground-water development alternatives in the Chipuxet ground-water reservoir, Rhode Island: U.S.
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3) and the Chipuxet River ( 62, 70 in Fig. Contact, chat, social media. About. Organization, jobs, budget?page=1. A typical situation occurring during the development phase of a groundwater model is the existence of (almost) sufficient information regarding the number and location of production wells, but only partially known pumping rate data [Ruud et al., ].
Even if pumping rates are reported, the frequency of reporting is generally :// Groundwater is a valuable resource both in the United States and throughout the world. Groundwater depletion, a term often defined as long-term water-level declines caused by sustained groundwater pumping, is a key issue associated with groundwater use.
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