Projected effects of proposed chloride-control projects on shallow ground water preliminary results for the Wichita River basin, Texas by Sergio Garza

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Branch of Distribution, U.S. Geological Survey in Austin, Tex, Denver, CO .

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  • Groundwater -- Texas -- Wichita River Watershed,
  • Water quality -- Texas -- Wichita River Watershed,
  • Chlorides -- Environmental aspects -- Texas -- Wichita River Watershed

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Statementby Sergio Garza ; prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District
SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 83-4026
ContributionsUnited States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Tulsa District, Geological Survey (U.S.)
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Paginationv, 40 leaves :
Number of Pages40
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Open LibraryOL13565245M

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Geological Survey SUMMARY The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' plan to control the natural chloride pollution in the Wichita River basin includes the construction of Cited by: 1. Projected effects of proposed chloride-control projects on shallow ground water: preliminary results for the Wichita River basin, Texas.

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Geologic Role Pollution   Effectively confined to land sites › with low permeability soils › to lower water table slightly over large area Sink a series of wells › generally on a grid pattern.

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EFFECTS OF GROUNDWATER DEVELOPMENT ON THE ENVIRONMENT Emilio Custodio1 Abstract: Groundwater is an essential part of the hydrological cycle. It is characterized by its long turnover time, ubiquity and small variability. Flow and chemical characteristics and properties have to be considered in a three dimensional framework.

Groundwater. The impact of a proposed uranium tailings pond on groundwater quality was assessed by geochemical modelling. Groundwater samples were collected from six dug wells in the Nalgonda district, Andhra. As a result of concerns about salt intrusion into drinking water aquifers, the effects of highway deicing chemicals on shallow aquifers were studied at eight locations in Ohio from through The study was done by the U.S.

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Impacts of De-icing Salt Contamination of Groundwater in a Shallow Urban Aquifer Lukas McNaboe [email protected] This work is brought to you for free and open access by the University of Connecticut Graduate School at [email protected]

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The rise corresponded to increased salinity in some monitoring by: Ground-Water Hydrology 23 Deep Aquifer 23 Shallow Aquifers 23 Effects of Land-and Water-Use Changes on the Hyd10logy of Shallow Aquifers 29 Changes in Recharge 29 Changes in Ground-Water Levels and Movement 29 Changes in Water Quality 30 Conclusions 40 Recommendations 41 Selected References 43 Glossary 46 iiFile Size: 2MB.

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The vessel take-ups longer to answer her helm, [ ]. In Utah, a massive water project is gaining ground The project could div acre-feet from Lake Powell to the retirement community of St. George.

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Pilot Water Conservation Project Uses Treated Groundwater For Cooling Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has launched a pilot project to reduce potable water use by using treated groundwater to cool equipment and research facilities at the main site.

If things continue as projected, Wada estimates that bythe net, cumulative effect of these non-ice, land-based water sources and reservoirs -- including groundwater pumping, marsh drainage.One can contained plain soil, the other contained soil and plant decay.

The two bottom cans contained equal amounts of pure water. Holes were punched in the cans containing the soil to allow water, representing rain, pass through to the ground water. pH of the cans containing water was measured and recorded over time.

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