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Water-table decline in the south-central Great Basin during the Quaternary period

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Open-file Services Section, Western Distribution Branch in Reston, Va, Denver, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water table -- Great Basin.,
  • Water table -- Death Valley (Calif. and Nev.)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Isaac J. Winograd and Barney J. Szabo.
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 85-697., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 85-697.
    ContributionsSzabo, B. J., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17132119M

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Water-table decline in the south-central Great Basin during the Quaternary period Download PDF Ebook

The quality and reliability of the ground-water flow models being developed by the U. These rocks are not considered to be major aquifers in the area. In the seismic study, lines of 2D data are acquired in a vertically fractured limestone at three different azimuths to look for differences in seismic velocities.

Phosphorus and nitrogen also increased biodegradation. Quantities include total extraction amounts for wells maintained by CNA, and total extraction quantities for wells maintained by other entities. The relationship between sedimentary chrysophyte scales Chrysophyceae and Synurophyceae and limnological characteristics in 25 Norwegian lakes.

According to great-grandson Peter Jr. Radial line R3, a km seismic reflection profile, was processed using a conventional seismic data processing flow McDonald, MS Thesis, The lower basin fill is mostly lacustrine clay, bedded gypsum, and minor sand, silt, and clay from both alluvial fans and local fluvial deposits.

Average annual precipitation in the Great Bend Prairie ranges from Depth to ground water near the White Sands Missile Range Headquarters, at interior portions of the basin, is up to m. Other sources of recharge to the Rio Grande alluvium include direct precipitation on the floodplain surface, seepage from irrigation canals and drains, infiltration of runoff along arroyos, and recharge from cross-formational flow with the Hueco Bolson Figure In the t-p domain, predictive deconvolution often works better since multiples are periodic and hence easier to remove and this usually gives better results than applying the deconvolution in the original offset-time X-T domain.

Results of this study demonstrate the implementation of a bias reduction scheme reduces errors in the simulation of runoff, soil moisture, and snow depth. Sharp, Jr pages, 88 references, 2 tables. Data are not adequate to define regional hydraulic heads beneath these mountains.

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Figure 2 relates the annual precipitation at Pratt, Kansas to water-level hydrographs of selected wells in the area. A new tectonic model for the Grenada and Tobago basins is based on three seismic megasequences.

Latitudinal shifts in the polar jet stream and associated westerlies, that occurred in response to Water-table decline in the south-central Great Basin during the Quaternary period book growth and decay of the continental ice sheets, have been proposed as a mechanism for the timing and magnitude of the Northern Great Basin paleolake high stands.

The entire suite of seismic body waves and Rayleigh waves is analyzed to characterize the subsurface. Kiva married John Sirca and had a son, Don Dionese, who became a doctor.

Forecasts predict the depletion of the recoverable freshwater reserves of these binationally shared aquifers by the middle half of the 21st century. Current Water Quality general inorganic constituents Few American ground-water data are available for the Rio Grande aquifer after below the El Paso narrows.Geohydrology of the Great Bend Prairie, South-Central Kansas The six observation wells in the Great Bend Prairie that have recorded water levels from this period show an average decline of feet.

However, the hydrographs in figure 2 show that much of this decline in stored water was recovered by Water table--That surface in an. Geological Sciences Theses and Dissertations Abstracts: The Theses and Dissertations Abstracts from to are from masters and dissertations completed at the University of Texas at Austin in the field of Geological Sciences.

EPA-R Environmental Protection Technology Series JUNE a Ground Water Pollution in the South Central States ^ PRO^° National Environmental Research Center Office of Research and Monitoring U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency Corvallis, Oregon The Snake River Aquifer is a large reservoir of groundwater underlying pdf Snake River Plain in pdf southern part of the U.S.

state of Idaho. Most of the water in the aquifer comes from rain and melting snow that flows onto the plain from the Snake River, Big Lost River, Bruneau River, and other watercourses of southern Idaho.Winograd, I.

J., and Szabo, B. J.,Water-table decline in the south-central Great Basin during the Quaternary period-implications for toxic waste disposal, in: Geologic and Hydro-logic Investigations of a Potential Nuclear Waste Disposal Site at Yucca Mountain, U.S.

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