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A study of ground water in the Pomperaug Basin, Connecticut
Meinzer, Oscar Edward
|Statement||by Oscar Edward Meinzer and Norah Dowell Stearns.|
|Series||Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 597-B, Contributions to the hydrology of the United States -- 1928|
|Contributions||Stearns, Norah Dowell, 1890-, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||73-146 p. :|
|Number of Pages||146|
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A study of ground water in the Pomperaug Basin, Connecticut: with special reference to intake and discharge Water Supply Paper B. of the Pomperaug River Basin Regional Study Area, Connecticut, section 6 of Paschke, S.S., ed., Hydrogeologic set- tings and ground-water flow simulations for regional studies of the transport of anthropogenic and natural contami.
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Meinzer OE, Stearns ND () A study of groundwater in the Pomperaug Basin, Connecticut. U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper Neitsch, SL, Arnold, JG, and Williams, JR ().
‘Soil and water assessment tool, user’s manual Version ’ (Agricultural Research Service: TX)Cited by: 9. Increases in population and commercial and industrial development during the past 20 years have increased the demand for water in the Towns of Southbury and Woodbury, Connecticut.
The stratified-drift aquifer, underlying much of the Pomperaug River valley, is the most practical source for additional large supplies.
The yield of the aquifer was evaluated with a two-dimensional, digital flow model. the only published bedrock data on the Pomperaug basin was an outcrop map by Meinzer and Sterns () of the Pomperaug River basin, as part of their regional study of ground water sources.
InDonald Schutz produced an unpublished bedrock map of the Pomperaug basin for his senior thesis at Yale. Although his map shows. Hydrogeologic Setting and Ground-Water Flow Simulations of the Northern Tampa Bay Regional Study Area, Florida in PDF format: Section 5: Download Section 6: Hydrogeologic Setting and Ground-Water Flow Simulations of the Pomperaug River Basin Regional Study Area, Connecticut in PDF format: Section 6: Download Section 7.
Get this from a library. A study of ground water in the Pomperaug Basin, Connecticut: with special reference to intake and discharge. [Oscar Edward Meinzer; Norah. Dedicated to preserving the vitality of Connecticut's Pomperaug River Watershed.
The Hartford-Deerfield Mesozoic rift basin of Connecticut and Massachusetts is the northernmost major onshore Mesozoic rift basin in the United States and has been the subject of a recent oil and gas potential resource study by the U.
Geological Survey (USGS) (Milici et al., ).This examination was based on existing geological data, and no new data were collected. Carolina (W. Hobbs, ). They are included in the Pomperaug basin, a small, down-faulted outlier of the main Connecticut Valley basin.
This outlier is separated from the Connecticut Valley basin by 13 miles of the crystalline and metamorphic rocks of the Western Connecticut highlands. Although over half of the Pomperaug basin.
The objective of this paper is to assess quantitatively the potential recharge of shallow aquifers in the Senegal River delta in context of semi-arid climate, of massive irrigation development and of modification of hydrologic and hydrogeological characters after dams building.
Quantitative estimation of recharge potentialities have been based on hydrological balance and groundwater table Author: Moctar Diaw, Ibrahima Mall, Marc Le Blanc, Serigne Faye, Yves Travi. In this study, a simple groundwater flow and height model was added to an existing basin-scale surface water model.
The linked model is: (1) watershed scale, allowing the basin to be subdivided; (2) designed to accept readily available inputs to allow general use over large regions; (3) continuous in time to allow simulation of land management, including such factors as climate and vegetation Cited by: Some years ago the senior author, in collaboration with Norah Dowell Stearns, undertook to make a monthly inventory of the water‐supply of the Pomperaug River Basin, in Connecticut, from a study Cited by: 2.
Davis W. THE STRUCTURE OF THE TRIASSIC FORMATION OF THE CONNECTICUT VALLEY from 7th USGS Annual Report, 4to, tape along spine, contents vg with 36 pp., 1 plate (one of the first modern geologic maps of the Hartford basin) and several figures including critical sketch diagrams of strata and basalts in the Pomperaug basin of Southbury and Woodbury Connecticut, where.
Some years ago the senior author, in collaboration with Norah Dowell Stearns, undertook to make a monthly inventory of the water-supply of the Pomperaug River Basin, in Connecticut, from a study of data obtained by A.
Ellis from to For this purpose approximate determinations or estimates were made of the ground-water runoff, that is, of the part of the daily discharge of the Cited by: 2. A study of groundwater in the Pomperaug Basin, Connecticut with special reference to intake and discharge: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper B: p. Water-Table Fluctuation: Groundwater Meinzer, O.E. The occurrence of groundwater in the United States with a discussion of principles. Ground-water chemistry and solid-phase chemistry are used to determine the critical controls on trace-element concentrations in the water.
Stratified glacial deposits extend over an area of about 13 mi 2 in the Pomperaug River Basin and are the most productive sources of ground water for public supply.
The stratified glacial deposits and till. A study of groundwater in the Pomperaug Basin, Connecticut. US Geological Survey Water Supply Paper, /, vol.
B, p. Stearns, Norah Dowell. Laboratory tests on physical properties of water-bearing materials. US Geological Survey Water Supply Paper, ; Stearns, Norah D. ().Institutions: United States Geological Survey.
A regression model to estimate regional ground-water recharge in MN: Ground Water, no. 2: Water-Table Fluctuation: Groundwater Meinzer, O.E., and Stearns, N.D. A study of groundwater in the Pomperaug Basin, Connecticut with special reference to intake and discharge: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper B: p. Pomperaug River Watershed Coalition is committed to helping everyone in our community understand we all live downstream. Through our extensive educational programs, PRWC offers a number of hands-on activities to schools, home-school and scouting groups, and community organizations.
This fact sheet highlights findings from the vulnerability study of a public-supply well in Woodbury, Connecticut (Starn and Brown, ; Brown and others, ), in the western part of the State.
The well typically produces water at the rate of 72 gallons per minute from the glacial aquifer system in the Pomperaug River Basin. Reliable estimation of groundwater recharge rate is crucial for the assessment of groundwater resource potential in Africa.
In this study, we reviewed existing studies on groundwater recharge, especially in the semi-arid and humid regions of Africa. After the assessment of the main advantages and disadvantages of each method, we strongly agree that among the distinct existing methods, Water Cited by: 6.
Hydrogeologic Setting and Ground-water Flow Simulations of the Pomperaug River Basin Regional Study Area, Connecticut, in Paschke, S.S., ed.,Hydrogeologic settings and ground-water flow simulations for regional studies of the transport of anthropogenic and natural contaminants to public-supply wells – Studies begun in U.S.
Brown, J.S.,A study of coastal ground water, with special reference to Connecticut: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paperby: 1. A study of groundwater in the Pomperaug Basin, Connecticut. US Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper, /vol.
Paper,p cité 73 fois – Hydrogeology and Numerical Simulation of the Unconsolidated Glacial Aquifer in the Pootatuck River Basin, Newtown, Connecticut: U.S. Department of the Interior: Books - or: U.S.
Department of the Interior. Hydrogeologic setting and ground-water flow simulation of the Pomperaug River Basin Regional Study Area, Connecticut.
In: Paschke, S.S. (Ed.), Hydrogeologic Settings and Ground-Water Flow Simulations for Regional Studies of the Transport of Anthropogenic and Natural Contaminants to Public-Supply Wells—Studies Begun in Cited by: 2.
The Sandıklı (Afyonkarahisar) Basin is located in the southwest of Turkey and is a semi-closed basin. Groundwater is widely used for drinking, domestic and irrigation purposes in the basin.
The mismanagement of groundwater resources in the basin causes negative effects including depletion of the aquifer storage and groundwater level decline. To assure sustainability of the basin Cited by: 4.
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Geological Survey) USGS Report Shows Where Arsenic is Most Likely in New England's Ground Water USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) The U.S. Geological Survey New England Disciplines Management Council (NEDMAC). The complete report is a reliable document to determine the flows required to sustain a viable and healthy aquatic water environment within the Pomperaug River watershed.
USGS Study – “Estimation of the Effects of Land Use and Groundwater Withdrawals on Streamflow for the Pomperaug River, Connecticut”.
Ground water may circulate near a magma chamber or a body of cooling igneous rock (more common) 2. If it circulates unusually deep in the Earth, along joints or faults. Pomperaug River Watershed Coalition, Woodbury, CT. likes. We promote the use of science and education to ensure availability of high quality water in the Pomperaug River Watershed communities.5/5(3).Page 5 of 9 Tel [email protected] 39 Sherman Hill Road, Suite C, Woodbury, Connecticut on these important considerations.
In light of the historical information shared above, and the.Hydrologic changes in two river basins in Connecticut: a comparative study on the effects of urbanization in the Pequabuck sub-regional river basin and the Pomperaug regional river basin.
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