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Investigation of hydrogeologic mapping to delineate protection zones around springs
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Risk Management Research Laboratory in Ada, OK
Written in English
|Statement||Mark E. Jensen, Mike Lowe, and Michael Wireman|
|Contributions||Lowe, Mike, Wireman, Michael, National Risk Management Research Laboratory (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3,  p.|
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Integration of hydrogeological investigation, remote sensing and terrain modeling for the analysis of shallow aquifers in West Africa and the The final result of this research was a comprehensive mapping of suitable zones for manual drilling in the regions under study. The maps thus produced are important tools for a correct planning of. look at groundwater resources, and in a reasonable and relatively inexpensive time-frame. Introduction. Population growth and local development commonly create conflicting demands on available groundwater resources (Logan et al., ). Groundwater is often the only available or economically viable high quality potable water source for File Size: KB.
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EPA//R/ July INVESTIGATION OF HYDROGEOLOGIC MAPPING TO DELINEATE PROTECTION ZONES AROUND SPRINGS REPORT OF TWO CASE STUDIES by Mark E. Jensen Utah Department of Environmental Quality Salt Lake City, Utah Mike Lowe Utah Geological Survey Salt Lake City, Utah Michael Wireman U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency. Mapping of the ground-water flow system using potentiometric information is an extremely powerful tool that should be used whenever data are obtainable.
Ground-water flow boundaries that may serve as boundaries of practicable protection zones around springs may not be definable using only hydrogeologic mapping techniques. Get this from a library. Investigation of hydrogeologic mapping to delineate protection zones around springs: report of two case studies.
[Mark E Jensen; Mike Lowe; Michael Wireman; National Risk Management Research Laboratory (U.S.)]. Hydrogeologic Investigation Guide Part I – Introduction Introduction The Hydrogeologic Investigation Guide (referenced as “this guide”) is one document in a series of guidance documents that the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, Tank Management Section (DNREC-TMS) has created (or will create) to assistFile Size: KB.
A vulnerability-based approach for delineating groundwater protection zones around springs in fractured media has been developed to implement Swiss water-protection regulations. It takes into consideration the diversity of hydrogeological conditions observed in fractured aquifers and provides individual solutions for each type of setting.
A decision process allows for selecting one of three Cited by: protection zones closer to the surface water intake. The purpose of such zones is to define portions of the watershed where activities have a higher risk of contaminating the water supply.
The zones allow for well defined areas in which thorough evaluation of activities can maximize efforts to protect the source Size: 1MB. DELINEATION OF HYDROGEOLOGIC AREAS AND ZONES FOR THE MANAGEMENT AND RECOVERY OF Work for this project to delineate karst zones and drainage basins began with reviews of the including draft mapping by the USGS that has since been updated and published by Stein and Ozuna ().
The USGS (George Ozuna, Chief, Water Resources Division. Investigation of hydrogeologic mapping to delineate protection zones around springs: report of two case studies / (Cincinnati, Ohio: National Risk Management Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.
Environmental Protection Agency ; Springfield, Va.: reproduced by National Technical Information Service, U.S. Dept. Investigation of Hydrogeologic Mapping to Delineate Protection Zones Around Springs, Report of Two Case Studies – Project Summary (4 pp, 20 KB) (EPA//SR/) July Top of page.
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Therefore, the delineation of spring protection zones and the implementation of proper land-use practices in these zones, resulting in a reduction of polluting activities, are keys to the sustainable use of these valuable drinking water resources (Adams and Foster,Ravbar, ).Cited by: Groundwater Hydrology of Water Resource Series - Water is an essential environmental resource and one that needs to be properly managed.
As the world places more emphasis on sustainable water supplies, the demand for expertise in hydrology and water resources continues to increase. This series is intended for professional engineers, who seek a firm foundation in hydrology and an ability to Reviews: 1.
A vulnerability-based approach for delineating groundwater protection zones around springs in fractured media has been developed to implement Swiss water-protection regulations. A hydrogeologic study or investigation is a study of the subsurface hydrologic and geologic conditions in an area or location.
Data are collected about the type and thickness of geologic materials, the occurrence of ground water, how it flows in pore spaces and/or fractures, the quality of the ground water, and what can be expected at wells. tion with the San Antonio Water System, did a hydrogeologic and geophysical investigation to characterize the hydrostratig-raphy (hydrostratigraphic zones) and also the hydrogeologic features (karst features such as sinkholes and caves) of the Edwards aquifer Cited by: 2.
The GIS is ranked among the new techniques in mapping and analyzing complex geological structure. It allows: (1) the storage, management and quick access to large volumes of complex geographic data; (2) the easy manipulations and varied analyses of hydrogeological map data; (3) the combination of different data in one hydrogeological database; and (4) the speed and effectiveness of planning Cited by: ther with other hydrogeologic characteristics, may help delineate potential areas for groundwater development.
The development in this paper refers to groundwater extraction. Such estimates could further be used for planning con-junctive use and developing management interventions aimed at sustainable use of the groundwater by: Assessment of groundwater-flow conditions in the vicinity of production wells in karst and fractured-rock settings commonly is difficult due in part to the lack of detailed hydrogeologic information and the resources needed to collect it.
To address this concern and to better understand the hydrogeology and aquifer properties of karst and fractured-rock aquifers in Minnesota, the U.S. Depending on the conversion between the protection factor F and the groundwater protection zones defined by Pochon et al., the relation between F i n t and groundwater protection zones (S) is the following (Figure 7C): (i) Zone S2 is compatible with F L o w (2, 3, 4) where the values 2, 3 and 4 are related to lineaments and to the moderately Cited by: 5.
hydrogeologic mapping data as part of a regional karst study being conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Ground-Water Resources Program.
The focus of the regional study is the shallow, conduit-dominated karst aqui fers of the Interior Low Plateaus physiographic region of the United States (fig.
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However, when delineating a recharge area around a public water well for protection purposes, it is unknown if more Author: Paula Anderson.- F9ene McPeeks - U.S. Geological Rpt. tif Page 2 ] DEPARTNEhT OF THE INTERIOR HANUEL LUJAN. JR. Secretary U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVFl Dallas L.
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