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Groundwater and surface water monitoring in the Big Spring basin 1996-1999

H. Liu

Groundwater and surface water monitoring in the Big Spring basin 1996-1999

a summary review

by H. Liu

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Published by Iowa Dept. of Natural Resources in Iowa City, Iowa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Iowa,
  • Clayton County.
    • Subjects:
    • Groundwater -- Pollution -- Iowa -- Clayton County.,
    • Agricultural chemicals -- Environmental aspects -- Iowa -- Clayton County.,
    • Groundwater flow -- Iowa -- Clayton County.,
    • Water quality -- Iowa -- Clayton County.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared by Huaibao Liu, R.D. Rowden, R.D. Libra.
      SeriesTechnical information series ;, 44, Technical information series (Iowa. Dept. of Natural Resources. Geological Survey Bureau) ;, 44.
      ContributionsRowden, R. D., Libra, Robert D., 1955-, Big Spring Basin Demonstration Project.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD224.I8 L576 2000
      The Physical Object
      Pagination121 p. :
      Number of Pages121
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3350454M
      LC Control Number2004368721
      OCLC/WorldCa47520711

      @article{osti_, title = {Hydrogeology and quality of ground water in the Boone Formation and Cotter Dolomite in karst terrain of northwestern Boone County, Arkansas}, author = {Leidy, V A and Morris, E E}, abstractNote = {Shallow groundwater flow systems in karst terrain of northwestern Boone County, Arkansas, are particularly susceptible to contamination. Conversely, during flood stages surface water can recharge the ground-water system by vertical recharge on the water-covered flood plain and bank storage through streambed sed-iments. The net effect of ground-water recharge is a reduction in flood peaks and replenishment of available ground-water .

      Retrieving Groundwater Depletion and Drought in the Tigris‐Euphrates Basin Between and The mean water storage change in the TEB before and after (a) Mean of to ; (b) mean of to ; and (c) different between the mean of to and mean of to Local surveys are required in critical areas before the financing of any further groundwater development. For overexploited areas, the GWREC () recommends that "there should be intensive monitoring and evaluation and future ground water development be linked with water .

        Karst systems are often characterized by substantial groundwater–surface water connections via processes such as aquifer recharge by losing streams, fracture and conduit connections between surface water and groundwater, and spring flow contributions to surface water (e.g., Katz et al. ; Musgrove et al. ). Groundwater and surface water monitoring in the Big Spring basin H. Liu Not In Library. Surface water monitoring in the Big Spring Basin, R. D. Rowden Not In Library. Shallow groundwater and surface water monitoring of the Silver Creek s R. D. Rowden Not In Library.


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Groundwater and surface water monitoring in the Big Spring basin 1996-1999 by H. Liu Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Big Spring basin is a located in Clayton County, northeast Iowa. This report summarizes Big Spring monitoring data for groundwater. Interpretation of data presented in this report requires analyses of data from the network of monitoring sites throughout the basin.

"Groundwater and surface water monitoring in the Big Spring basin " by Huaibao Liu, R. Rowden et al. By Huaibao Liu, R. Rowden, and Robert D. Libra, Published on 12/01/00 By Huaibao Liu, R. Rowden, and Robert D. Libra, Published on 12/01/00Cited by: 1.

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Agricultural practices, hydrology, and water quality of the km2 Big Spring groundwater drainage basin in Clayton County, Iowa, have been monitored since Land use is agricultural; nitrate-nitrogen (-N) and herbicides are the resulting contaminants in groundwater and surface water.

Ordovician Galena Group carbonate rocks comprise the main aquifer in the basin. Since its inception inGroundwater Monitoring & Remediation® has been a resource for researchers and practitioners in the field.

It is a quarterly journal that offers the best in application oriented, peer-reviewed papers together with insightful articles from the practitioner's perspective. This paper describes a real-time surface water and groundwater modelling system developed for the Big Cypress Basin. The Big Cypress Basin includes km of primary canals and 46 water control structures throughout the area that provide limited levels of flood protection, as well as water supply and environmental quality management.

3 flow is a concept that has been used in recent years to explain the fate of excess ground-water flow that results from flood irrigation.

In the upper basin, irrigation usually starts in May and ends by early July. This study was undertaken to assess the physical, chemical and hydrochemical quality of spring water in the southwestern basin of Jordan during a month follow up monitoring study (April to April ).

The samples were analyzed for temperature, conductivity, dissolved oxygen, pH, major cations, major anions and trace metals. The results show that there were considerable variations. Santa Clara-Calleguas ground-water basin Shallow alluvium and unconsolidated Outside Santa Clara-Calleguas ground-water basin Shallow alluvium deposits Consolidated and unconsolidated Model cells used to simulate effects of alternative projects (Potential-case number) Figure 26 —Continued.

Description Groundwater and surface water monitoring in the Big Spring Basin A summary review,H. Liu, R. Rowden, and R. Libra, p., 33 figs., 30 tables, 3 appendices. Key Words Big Spring Counties Clayton Cost $ Shipping $ Request Publication.

Office Phone: Groundwater and surface water monitoring in the Big Spring basin a summary review: Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Geological Survey. immediately south of the Mammoth Spring watershed, have shown ground-water travel times through the basalt and underlying limestone ranging from to feet per hour, and bifurcations of ground-water flow paths that ultimately discharge into different surface-water drainage basins.

Groundwater and surface water monitoring in Big Spring Basin A summary review. Iowa Geological Survey Bureau publication TIS Effects of conservation practices on cultivated cropland. () Surface Water Monitoring in the Big Spring Basin A Summary Review, January University of Iowa May () Groundwater Monitoring in the Big Spring Basin A Summary Review, May University of Iowa 8 October () Resume of Oil Exploration and Potential in Iowa, October 8, Current legislative framework Groundwater in the Water Framework Directive.

The components of the Water Framework Directive dealing with groundwater cover a number of different steps for achieving good quantitative and chemical status of groundwater by They require Member States to: Define groundwater bodies within river basin districts to be designated and reported to the European.

Data from this monitoring network, along with aquifer test and other data, will be used by the NMISC to refine the calibration of their surface water/groundwater model for the Socorro reach of the Middle Rio Grande Basin. Additionally, NMISC/NMIMT will utilize these data to construct a high resolution surface water/groundwater model of a sub.

respond to a number of surface and ground water threats in the Great Basin through such activities as:. Watershed planning and management for water supply, water quality, and stream corridors. Management of total maximum daily loads (TMDLs) of pollutants.

Domestic Well Water Quality, Clinton County Groundwater Quality in Relation to Drinking Water Health Standards and Geochemical Characteristics for 54 Domestic Wells, surface water, and soil monitoring at the Ammonium Perchlorate Rocket Motor Destruction Facility, Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, Big Spring Run is a square mile.

Groundwater and surface-water monitoring in the Bugenhagen sub-basin, a summary review [R. Libra, Robert D., ; Liu, H. ; Big Spring Basin Demonstration Author: Rowden, R.

Libra, Robert D., ; Liu, H. ; Big Spring Basin Demonstration Project. Demands on the ground-water resource generally are highest during times of the year when streamflow is at its lowest. The Willamette Basin Report lists several streams that appear to be effected by ground-water pumping, and the overall effect of ground-water development on surface-water resources is of concern basin wide.

surface-water management: the role of groundwater. As conservation measures were implemented, the spatial distribution, timing, and volume of recharge to the shallow aquifer system changed. In fact, surface water gains observed in the main tributaries can generally be attributed to a net loss of aquifer recharge.

This is because significant. The word "watershed" is sometimes used interchangeably with drainage basin or catchment. Ridges and hills that separate two watersheds are called the drainage divide. The watershed consists of surface water--lakes, streams, reservoirs, and wetlands--and all the underlying groundwater.

Larger watersheds contain many smaller watersheds.Shallow groundwater and surface water monitoring of the Silver Creek sub-basin within the Big Spring basin, a summary review. Iowa City, Iowa: Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Iowa City, Iowa: Iowa Department of Natural Resources,