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Kansas ground-water observation-well network, 1983
Marilyn E. Pabst
|Statement||by Marilyn E. Pabst ; prepared in cooperation with the Kansas Geological Survey, the Kansas State Board of Agriculture, and the City of Wichita.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 83-528., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 83-528.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.), Kansas Geological Survey., Kansas. State Board of Agriculture., Wichita (Kan.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 57 p.|
|Number of Pages||57|
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Kansas ground-water observation-well network, (Open-file report / U.S. Geological Survey) [Pabst, Marilyn E] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Kansas ground-water observation-well network, (Open-file report / U.S. Geological Survey). KANSAS GROUND-WATER OBSERVATION-WELL NETWORK, by M.
Pabst INTRODUCTION This report lists the locations of 1, selected wells in 72 coun ties, which currently () comprise the Kansas ground-water observation- well network.
Water-level measurements are made in these wells on a continuous, monthly, quarterly, or annual : Marilyn E. Pabst. The locations of 1, selected wells in 72 counties, which comprised the Kansas groundwater observation-well networkare listed.
Water level measurements are made in these wells on a continuous, monthly, quarterly, or annual basis.
Data collected from the observation well network are stored in a computer and have been published in Kansas ground-water observation-well network formats. Kansas ground-water observation-well network, [microform] / by Marilyn E. Pabst ; prepared in cooperation with the Kansas Geological Survey, the Kansas State Board of Agriculture, and the City of Wichita.
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Geological Survey Lawrence, Kan. A network of groundwater observation wells has also been developed in Kansas and has been expanded through the /83//$ Elsevier 1983 book Publishing Company r-- --m.
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J Dague. The Kansas Observation Well Network Most don't know it but the Kansas Observation Well Network was redesigned in based on some pretty sophisticated Kansas ground-water observation-well network foundations.
The former network consisted of wells measured at least every Winter - with some being measured quarterly and a few being automatically recorded. Kansas ground-water observation-well network (DLC)sc (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper: All Authors / Contributors: Geological Survey (U.S.) OCLC Number: Reproduction Notes: Microfiche.
Kansas peace officers' regional schools. Colby-Garden City-Concordia-Hutchinson-Chanute-Lawrence: a rep Community forum on the status of civil rights in Garden City and Finney County, Kansas [microform] / Kan Kansas ground-water observation-well network, [microform] / by Marilyn E.
Pabst ; prepared in coope. The ground-water observation well network in many parts of Kansas has been developed and expanded through the years without serious attempt to determine the adequacy of the network for any.
Kansas Groundwater Association. Address: P.O. BoxMullinville, KS Phone: Fax: Email: [email protected] [email protected] The USGS annually monitors groundwater levels in thousands of wells in the United States.
Groundwater level data are collected and stored as either discrete field-water-level measurements or as continuous time-series data from automated recorders.
Data from some of the continuous record stations are relayed to USGS offices nationwide through telephone lines or by satellite transmissions. At least one observation well for each regime zone leads to a preliminary design of a regional groundwater level monitoring network which could monitor adequately spatial and temporal variations of groundwater levels.
Design of a regional groundwater level monitoring network for Beijing Plain, China Natural settings of Beijing PlainCited by: The Kansas Geological Survey decided to sponsor a project to evaluate the Kansas groundwater observation well network and also to investigate the more general problem of the sampling of spatial functions.
The project has produced a methodology which requires only the use of a hand calculator and tables (Olea, a, b). Using these simple. Seismic reflection surveys were used to follow the drawdown in a shallow aquifer during a pumping test. Using severe analog low‐cut filters and 1/4‐m geophone spacings, Hz reflections were obtained from the top of the saturated zone m deep.
The reflections moved down in time as the saturated zone dropped in response to by: The ground-water observation well network in many parts of Kansas has been developed and expanded through the years without serious attempt to determine the adequacy of the network for any Author: Shahrokh Rouhani.
Counties, public-supply and observation-well network, and water-level declines from Aug to Ma, and from Aug to October 1, Cited by: 2. Western Kansas Groundwater Management District No. 1 Kyle Spencer, Manager West 5th P.O. Box Scott City, Kansas Phone: () The Handbook of Suggested Practices for the Design and Installation of Ground-Water Monitoring Wells is intended to assist personnel involved with the design, construction, and installation of ground-water monitoring wells.
This document does not focus on specific regulatory requirements, but instead presents. Groundwater levels for Kansas. Click to hide state-specific text. Historic (pre) gage-height data may contain erroneous values, such as pressure sensors encased in ice, even if they are flagged as approved.
These data are made available to the public, but data users are cautioned to carefully screen the data and contact the USGS Kansas. Katherine Wilkins-Wells Colby, Kansas, United States Welcome to the GMD 4 blog. I manage the Northwest Kansas Groundwater Management District No.
4 which covers million acres in all or parts of 10 Counties overlying the High Plains Aquifer (Ogallala). Everything published here are my own ramblings on watery things I find interesting - even some of our own GMD work from time to on: Colby, Kansas, United States.
The hydrogeology and chemical quality of ground waters from the lower Paleozoic aquifers in the Tri-State region of Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma, by P. Allen Macfarlane and Lawrence R.
Hathaway. Published in Ground Water Series 8 Demonstrative model for identifying ground-water-management options in a contaminated aquifer, by Susan J. Dept. of Water Resources., 11 books Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology, 11 books F. Giessner, 5 books Linsdall Richardson, 4 books Betty I.
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Groundwater -- Kansas. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Groundwater; Groundwater -- United States; Kansas; Filed under: Groundwater -- Kansas. The und. Kansas groundwater. It causes difficulty with cleaning and laundry, deposits in water heater, and shortened life of water using appliances.
Softening is readily available. Hydrogen sulfide gives water a disagreeable “rotten egg” or sulfur odor. A sensitive nose is a highly effective test. Shock chlorination or periodic disinfection of theFile Size: 40KB.
Title Spectrographic analyses of panned concentrate from stream-sediment samples from the Mazatzal Wilderness and Mazatzal Wilderness Contiguous Roadless Area, Gila, Maricopa, and Yavapai Counties, Arizona [microform] / by S.P. Marsh. The primary goals of the Remedial Section are to protect and preserve one of the most important natural resources of our state - our water supply, both groundwater and surface water, and to protect the human health and welfare of the citizens of Kansas, both current and.
The Salina Basin Province (), covers an area of ab sq mi, consisting of the eastern half of Nebraska and the north-central portion of Kansas. The basin lies between the Cambridge Arch-Central Kansas Uplift Province () on the west, the Nemaha Uplift Province () to the east, the Sioux Arch Province () to the north, and a.
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The most recent version is presented in the top. The Ogallala Aquifer: Saving a Vital U.S. Water Source Tuesday, 09 June - Last Updated Tuesday, 09 June And they did. What changed everything for Funk, now was a public meeting in the late s at Garden City Community College.
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The Missouri groundwater-level observation well network is a series of wells across the State of Missouri in which groundwater levels are monitored in real time and periodically.
The wells monitor the water levels in multiple key aquifers, such as the Ozark aquifer in the Salem and Springfield Plateaus and the Mississippi Alluvial Plain aquifer.
Abstract: Colorado State University's strength in groundwater research evolved naturally from the state's early residents needing information on irrigated agriculture. The data, maps, charts, drafts, correspondence, photographs, final reports, and reference materials that were produced by or collected for these groundwater studies over the years are what comprise the Groundwater Data Collection.
Ground-water withdrawals and changes in ground-water levels, ground-water quality, and land-surface subsidence in the Houston District, Texas / (Austin, Tex.: Dept.
of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Books and Open-File Reports [distributor], ), by James Frank Williams, C. Ranzau, Harris-Galveston Coastal. The Northwest Kansas Groundwater Management District No.
4 shall use the procedures herein to determine the 5-year allocation for each water right, and specify said values in Section 3). All allocation values shall be expressed in terms of total acrefeet for the five-year LEMA period.
Home. Welcome to the webpage dedicated to Groundwater in Kansas! This website is under development; your patience is appreciated as information is gradually added to this site. A new addition to this site is 3DFlow, a computer program that enables visualization of three-dimensional groundwater flow associated with horizontal wells, partially.Importance of ground-water resources.
— The importance of Kansas' ground-water resources may be emphasized from various viewpoints and in different ways. More than three-fourths of the public water supplies of Kansas are obtained from wells. Inonly 60 out of municipal water supplies in Kansas, which is 16 percent, utilized Author: R.C.
Moore, S.W. Lohman, J.C. Frye, H.A. Waite, Thad G. McLaughlin, Bruce Latta.Authors: Grune, W.N. Publication Date: Sat Aug 01 EDT Research Org.: Originating Research Org. not identified OSTI Identifier: