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Factors Related to Well Yield in the Fractured-Bedrock Aquifer of New Hampshire (U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper, 1660)

Richard Bridge Moore

Factors Related to Well Yield in the Fractured-Bedrock Aquifer of New Hampshire (U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper, 1660)

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Published by U S Geological Survey .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aquifers,
  • Groundwater,
  • New Hampshire,
  • Wells,
  • Science/Mathematics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages51
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10949451M
    ISBN 100607984538
    ISBN 109780607984538

    The Middle Trinity Aquifer has recently been described as having two interconnected aquifer zones related Figure 1. locations referenced in the paper. Geologic Atlas of Texas digital basemap geology from (Stoeser et al., ). Inset map shows regional structures (after Ewing, ). SM Arch=San Marcos Arch, BFZ=Balcones Fault Zone. Chlorinated solvents such as trichloroethene (TCE) and tetrachloroethene (PCE) are widespread groundwater contaminants often released as dense nonaqueous phase liquids (DNAPLs). These contaminants are difficult to remediate, particularly their source zones. This review summarizes the progress made in improving DNAPL source zone remediation over the past decade, and is structured Cited by: 2. Hydrologic Significance of the Association Between Well-Yield Variography and Structures in Fractured Bedrock Aquifers A surprising result has been recently obtained -the structural characteristics of fractured bedrock aquifers are directly associated with . well F1 appears to be derived mainly from the overburden and shallow bedrock aquifers, while groundwater at well E3 appears to be derived mainly from the bedrock aquifer. In both cases, the chloride source is likely from the surface (anthropogenic sources). As a result of the increasing.


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Factors Related to Well Yield in the Fractured-Bedrock Aquifer of New Hampshire (U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper, 1660) by Richard Bridge Moore Download PDF EPUB FB2

Factors Related to Well Yield in the Fractured-Bedrock Aquifer of New Hampshire By Richard Bridge Moore, Gregory E. Schwarz, Stewart F. Clark, Jr., Gregory J. Walsh, and James R.

Degnan Abstract The New Hampshire Bedrock Aquifer Assessment was designed to provide information that can be used by co mmunities, industry, profes ­. Get this from a library. Factors related to well yield in the fractured-bedrock aquifer of New Hampshire.

[Richard B Moore; New Hampshire. Department of Environmental Services.;]. Quality of Water in the Fractured-Bedrock Aquifer of New Hampshire By Richard Bridge Moore The PDF for the report is 12, kb The PDF Cover for the report is 25, kb Table of Contents.

Abstract. Introduction. Data Sources and Methods of Analysis. Water Quality of the Bedrock Aquifer. Hardness. Iron. Manganese. Fluoride. Arsenic. Radon. Fracture characterization by means of attenuation and generation of tube waves in fractured crystalline rock at Mirror Lake, New Hampshire.

Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth (–), 92 (B8), –Author: Robert G. Maliva. IAHS Red Book. October fractured-bedrock aquifer of New Hampshire. US Geological Survey Professional Paper well depth is positively related to total well yield.

Other factors. Other factors that were found to be positively related to well yield include (1) distance to the nearest waterbody; (2) size of the drainage area upgradient of a well; (3) well location in swales. Factors Related to Well Yield in the Fractured Bedrock Aquifer of New Hampshire.

USGS Professional PaperDenver, Colorado. Singhal B.B.S. () Nature of Hard Rock Aquifers: Hydrogeological Uncertainties and Ambiguities. In: Ahmed S., Jayakumar R., Salih A. (eds) Groundwater Dynamics in Hard Rock Aquifers.

Cited by: Mark D. Myers, Director.U.S. Geological Survey Any use of trade, product, or firm names is for descriptive purposes only and does not imply endorsement by the Program, and the Geological Survey, with specific appreciation extended to Gregory Baker.

is generally about 20 ft. EPA/// August REGIONAL ASSESSMENT OF AQUIFER VULNERABILITY AND SENSITIVITY IN THE CONTERMINOUS UNITED STATES by Wayne A. Pettyjohn Mark Savoca Dale Self Oklahoma State University Stillwater, Oklahoma Cooperative Agreement CR Project Officer Jerry Thornhill Extramural Activities And Assistance Division Robert S.

Kerr Environmental. Author Tysdal, Russell G. Title Structural geology of western part Factors Related to Well Yield in the Fractured-Bedrock Aquifer of New Hampshire book Lemhi Factors Related to Well Yield in the Fractured-Bedrock Aquifer of New Hampshire book, east-central Idaho / by Russell G.

Tysdal. Format. Selected factors related to the potential for contamination of the principal aquifer Geophysical investigations of well fields to characterize fractured-bedrock aquifers in southern New Hampshire / (Pembroke, N.H.: U.S.

Dept. of the Laboratory study of aquifer properties and well design for an artificial-recharge site. Currently, more than 45 percent of ground-water withdrawals in New Hampshire are from fractured bedrock aquifers.

Withdrawals from these aquifers are likely to increase in the future. The USGS used the yields of 20, accurately located New Hampshire bedrock wells as the basis for the study to produce statewide data on well-yield probabilities. The Devils River in south-central Texas has been recognized as one of the remaining pristine rivers in the state and is a key tributary to the Rio Grande, providing essential freshwater flows to south Texas and the Rio Factors Related to Well Yield in the Fractured-Bedrock Aquifer of New Hampshire book Valley ().The Devils River watershed, located in the western Edwards-Trinity Aquifer (), exhibits aquifer and hydraulic characteristics representative of the greater.

The study area is in the towns of Kensington and Seabrook, in southeast New Hampshire ().One prominent feature of this coastal study area are glacio-fluvial sand and gravel deposits that underlie fine-grained glacio-marine silt and clay deposits in many locations (Stekl and Flanagan, ).Marine clay is extensive throughout the study area and is a result of Pleistocene seawater by: 5.

Factors related to well yield in the fractured-bedrock aquifer of New Hampshire, Richard B. Moore, Richard Bridge Moore People in Nature - Wildlife Conservation in South and Central America, Kirsten M. Silvius, Richard E.

Linear or irregular drawdown contours, rather than circular or elliptical contours, are indicative of fractured bedrock aquifers. Furthermore, Risser and Barton () suggest that if water levels in multiple observation wells decline, but the response is greatest at some distant well, then the aquifer may be a fractured bedrock aquifer.

The U.S. Geological Survey has identified several extensive potential high-yield aquifers within the Town. A potentially very productive aquifer lies within northwest Raymond, and the report titled “Groundwater Resources of the Lamprey River Basin, Southeastern New Hampshire,” states that the aquifer in northwest Raymond may yield Mgal/day.

@article{osti_, title = {NATURAL RADIOACTIVITY IN GROUND WATER SUPPLIES IN MAINE AND NEW HAMPSHIRE}, author = {Smith, B M and Grune, W N and Higgins, Jr, F B and Terrill, Jr, J G}, abstractNote = {The experimental value of days for the half life of the gaseous radioactivity encountered in ground waters of Maine and New Hampshire shows that the activity was from Rn/sup.

Development of Study Approaches and Methods. Sort by Author Jr., and Goerlick, S.M.,Combined interpretation of radar, hydraulic and tracer data from a fractured-rock aquifer near Mirror Lake, New Hampshire, USA and Lane, J.W.,Importance of discrete-zone monitoring systems in fractured-bedrock wells - a case study for the.

Lake Superior is, by surface area, the world's largest freshwater lake. The surface area of Lake Superior (31, square miles) is greater than the combined areas of Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New Hampshire.

Lake Superior contains as much water as all the other Great Lakes combined, even throwing in two extra Lake Eries. Pfannkuch, H.O.,Determination of the contaminant source strength from mass exchange processes at the petroleum-ground-water interface in shallow aquifer systems, in Proceedings of the National Water Well Association/American Petroleum Institute Conference on Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Organic Chemicals in Ground Water, Houston, Tex.

Hydraulic characteristics of fractured bedrock underlying the FSE well field at the Mirror Lake site, Grafton County, New Hampshire.

In U.S. Geological Survey Toxics Substance Hydrology Program, D. Morganwalp and D. Aronson, eds., Proceedings of the technical meeting, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Sept. 20–24, Abbott, M., Lini, A. and Bierman, P. () δ 18 O, δD and 3 H measurements constrain groundwater recharge mechanisms in an upland fractured bedrock aquifer, Vermont, USA.

Journal of Hydrology. Journal of Hydrology. WHPA boundaries are determined based on factors such as well pumping rates, time-of-travel of ground water flowing to the well, aquifer boundaries, and degree of aquifer protection by the overlying geology.

These hydrogeologic characteristics have a direct effect on the likelihood and extent of contamination. An existing two-dimensional, steady-state groundwater-flow model of the shallow groundwater-flow system of the Lac du Flambeau Reservation in Vilas County, Wisconsin, originally developed by the U.S.

Geological Survey, was used to simulate the potential for wastewater from a proposed relocation of a wastewater lagoon to contaminate the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa’s. The drawdown versus time plot of field data from well 92CO falls nearly on a straight line (Fig.

5(a)), suggesting linear flow behavior in the near-well fracture system (Gringarten, ; Folger et al., ). Drawdown data from the 92CO aquifer test indicates radial flow or pseudo-radial flow in very early time (less than 8 rain; Fig.

5(b)). Application of Biobarriers for Groundwater Containment at Fractured Bedrock Sites, (). Ross, N., and G. Bickerton. Remediation 12(3): Purchase Document Online. Ecotoxicological Assessment and Effects of Physicochemical Factors on Biofilm Development in Groundwater Conditions, ().

Full text of "Selected water resources abstracts" See other formats. Remedial Objectives, Remedy Selection, and Site Closure. The issue of setting remedial objectives touches upon every aspect and phase of soil and groundwater cleanup, but none perhaps as important as defining the conditions for “site closure.”.

Well W7 isotopic pairs indicated a consistent evaporative signal with only minor variability toward LMWL (Fig. 7F). Overall, the sampling locations contributing to baseflow throughout the aquifer are relatively shallow and dynamic and have relatively low storage capacity, with the exception of the deep groundwater observation by: 2.

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Water of this type can be collected only at the spring or from a well that taps the aquifer that feeds the spring. Artesian water is derived from a well in an aquifer that is under pressure due to overlying confining layers.

Artesian or confined well water can be collected with external pumps that supplement the natural underground pressure. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.

Where a new pumping well is installed near an existing pumping well and both are tapping the same aquifer, overlapping cones of depression (well interference) can result (Fetter ). The effect on the existing well from pumping the new well is lowered water levels, an increased rate of decline, and reduced yield.

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In Eve L. Kuniansky, editor,U.S. Geological Survey Karst Interest Group Proceedings, Water-Resources Investigations Reportp. Exchange of Matrix and Conduit Water with Examples from the Floridan Aquifer By Jonathan B.

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For my brilliant, beautiful Abbie, who is a part of this story. PROLOGUE. Flying into Fort McMurray. My nose was pressed against the rear window glass of a Boeing It was a direct flight from Edmonton to the booming new oil city of Fort McMurray, Alberta, in the broad.

The non-uniform distribution of water in snowdrift-driven systems can lead to spatial heterogeneity in vegetative pdf and pdf development, as snowdrifts may locally increase weathering. The focus of this study is to understand the coupled hydrological and biogeochemical dynamics in a heterogeneous, snowdrift-dominated headwater catchment (Reynolds Mountain East, Reynolds Creek Cited by: 3.It all began with a big conference in the Mount Washington Resort near Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, in July Over seven hundred delegates from forty-four countries—including Britain’s John Maynard Keynes (whose ideas later found new life in the wake of the .To yield significant quantities of water, wells must be located in aquifers.

An ebook is a water-bearing ebook or rock formation that is capable of yielding enough water for human use. All the spaces and cracks, or pores, between particles of rock and other materials in an aquifer are saturated with water.