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Geohydrology, ground-water quality, and simulated ground-water flow, Geauga County, Ohio
Sandra M. Eberts
|Other titles||Geohydrology, ground water quality, and simulated ground water flow, Geauga County, Ohio|
|Statement||by Sandra M. Eberts, E. Scott Bair, and Jeffrey T. de Roche ; prepared in cooperation with the Geauga County Planning Commission.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 90-4026|
|Contributions||Bair, E. Scott., De Roche, Jeffrey T., Geauga County Planning Commission., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 117 p. :|
|Number of Pages||117|
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Get this from a library. Geohydrology, ground-water quality, and simulated ground-water flow, Geauga County, Ohio. [Sandra Mazza Eberts; And simulated ground-water flow Scott Bair; Jeffrey T De Roche; Geauga County Planning Commission.; Geological Survey (U.S.)].
GROUND-WATER LEVELS AND DIRECTIONS OF FLOW IN GEAUGA COUNTY, OHIO, SEPTEMBERAND CHANGES IN GROUND-WATER LEVELS, By Martha L. Jagucki and Lori L. Lesney U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report Repaied in cooperation with the GEAUGA COUNTY Hj\NNING COMMISSION Cited by: 2.
Geohydrology and Simulation of Ground-Water Flow in Ohio River Alluvial Aquifers near Point Pleasant, Lubeck, Parkersburg, Vienna, Moundsville, and Glendale, West Virginia By Mark D.
Kozar and Kurt J. McCoy Abstract Ground-water flow was simulated for four areas in alluvial aquifers bordering the Ohio River in western West by: 1. Geohydrology and simulation of ground-water flow for the Ohio River alluvial aquifer near Owensboro, northwestern Kentucky [Unthank, Michael D.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Geohydrology and simulation of ground-water flow for the Ohio River alluvial aquifer near Owensboro, northwestern KentuckyAuthor: Michael D. Unthank. This report presents the results of a study by the U.S.
Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Geauga County Planning Commission and Board of County Commissioners, to determine directions of ground-water flow and to assess differences from to in groundwater levels in the glacial deposits and Pottsville Formation, Cuyahoga Group, and the Berea Sandstone.
Ground water pollution potential analysis in Geauga County resulted in a map with symbols and and simulated ground-water flow which illustrate areas of varying ground water contamination vulnerability. Eight hydrogeologic settings were identified in Geauga County with computed ground water pollution potential indexes ranging from 80 to Domestic wells that are not safeguarded by regular water-quality testing provide drinking water for 79 percent of the residents of Geauga County, in northeastern Ohio.
Sincethe U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) has worked cooperatively with the Board of Commissioners and Geauga County Planning Commission to monitor the quality of groundwater in four commonly.
Ground water pollution potential analysis in Geauga County resulted in a map with symbols and colors which illustrate areas of varying ground water contamination vulnerability.
Eight hydrogeologic settings were identified in Geauga County with computed ground water pollution potential indexes ranging from 81 to File Size: 1MB. - Groundwater--Quality--Ohio--Geauga County Library of Congress Control Number Methods and indicators for assessment of regional ground-water conditions in the southwestern United States / At head of title: National Water Availability and Use Pilot Program.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 22). Network wells depicted on the Geauga County, OH location map Note: Color shading in the table below indicates multiple wells that plot as a single point on the state location map above.
Note: BLS = Water Level in Feet Below Land Surface, RVD =. Ground-water quality in Geauga County, Ohio: review of previous studies, status inand comparison of and data [Jagucki, Martha L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Ground-water quality in Geauga County, Ohio: review of previous studies, status inand comparison of and dataAuthor: Martha L. Jagucki. Calhoun County, Michigan. PURPOSE AND SCOPE This report describe* the results of a study to determine (1) the geohydrology and the direction and rate of ground-water flow at and Dear the Verona well field, (2) how pumping affect* flow, (3) the feasibility and effect of installing new supply wells north of the present field, and (*) pumping.
Ground-water Levels and Directions of Flow in Geauga County, Ohio, Septemberand Changes in Ground-water Levels, Vol Issue of Water-resources investigations report: Authors: Martha L. Jagucki, Lori L.
Lesney: Contributors: Geological Survey (U.S.), Geauga County Planning Commission: Publisher. County-- select one or more Page Contact Information: Ohio Water Data Maintainer Page Last Modified: EDT nadww Hydrology and water quality near the South Well Field, southern Franklin County, Ohio, with emphasis on the simulation of ground-water flow and transport of Scioto River  Oblinger, Carolyn J.
Columbus, Ohio: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor], 6 Geohydrology in Northwestern Indiana and the Lake Calumet Area of Northeastern Illinois (U.S.
Department of Health, Education and Welfare, ; HydroQual, Inc., ; Fenelon and Watson, ). The study was designed to describe the geology and hydrology in this area, determine surface-water-flow directions, determine ground-water-flow direc-Cited by: 2.
Spatially distributed OClO-profiles in the volcanic plume of Mt. Etna, Sicily Geohydrology, ground-water quality, and simulated ground-water flow, Geauga County, Ohio. Major Aquifers and Ground Water Quality in Ohio P a g e | 2 The carbonate aquifers in western Ohio consist mainly of limestone and dolomite and may reach a thickness of to feet.
These aquifers are capable of yielding more than gpm. Most of the ground water flow in carbonate aquifers is along fractures or bedding Size: KB. • 50 W. Town St., Ste. • P.O. Box • Columbus, OH • () • () (fax) Major Aquifers and Ground Water Quality in Ohio Ohio has abundant ground water resources, but the amount available at a given location depends on local geology and well Size: 1MB.
Ground-water Resources Source, Occurrence, and Movement of Ground Water. The discussion of the occurrence of ground water in Douglas County is based partly on a detailed treatment by Meinzer (, a).
A general discussion of the principles of ground-water occurrence with special reference to Kansas has been given by Moore and others (). 22, “Clinton” wells, and nea oil and gas wells have been completed in Ohio.
Ground Water Impacts Ground water is the primary source of drinking water for 98 percent of the population of Geauga County. Approximately 78 percent of the population relies on ground water from domestic Size: 5MB.22, “Clinton” wells, and nea oil and gas wells have been completed in Ohio.
Ground Water Impacts Ground water is the primary source of drinking water for 98 percent of the population of Geauga County. Approximately 78 percent of the population relies on ground water form domestic Size: 4MB.Notice - The USGS Water Resources Mission Area's priority is to maintain the safety and well-being of our communities, including providing critical situational awareness in times of flooding in all 50 U.S.
states and additional territories. Our hydrologic monitoring stations continue to send data in near real-time to NWISWeb, and we are continuing critical water monitoring activities to.