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Groundwater levels in observation wells in Oklahoma for 1990

Robert S. Fabian

Groundwater levels in observation wells in Oklahoma for 1990

by Robert S. Fabian

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Published by Groundwater and Administration Divisions, Oklahoma Water Resources Board in [Oklahoma City] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Oklahoma.
    • Subjects:
    • Water table -- Oklahoma.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRobert S. Fabian, Danny Spiser, and Andy Scurlock.
      SeriesTechnical report ;, 90-2
      ContributionsSpiser, Dannie E., Scurlock, Andy., Oklahoma Water Resources Board.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 94/2442 (G)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Paginationiv, 440 p.
      Number of Pages440
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1361631M
      LC Control Number92622181

      The Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) Groundwater Database (GWDB) contains information on selected water wells, springs, oil/gas tests (that were originally intended to be or were converted to water wells), water levels, and water quality to gain representative information about aquifers in Texas to support water planning from a local to a more regional perspective. Effects of septic-tank effluent on ground-water quality 9 Major inorganic constituents 9 Nutrients 9 Organic substances 13 Optical brighteners 13 Bacteria 14 Summary and conclusions 14 References cited ILLUSTRATIONS. Figure 1. Map showing location of observation wells, springs, and surface-water sampling sites in.

      Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Ground-water levels in observation wells in Oklahoma, period of record to March in SearchWorks catalog. at an observation well in Nebraska and the maximum water Change in the Ogallala aquifer water level from predevelopment (s) to Data obtained from [6]. BAE Oklahoma The Ogallala aquifer is one of the major aquifers in Okla - homa, underlying the Panhandle and parts of the northwest regions. In the eastern part of the File Size: 1MB.

      Status of Ground Water Levels The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources has collected ground-water data in Indiana since Today, the state observation well network consists of 35 wells located throughout the state . Observation-well, ground-water-level, and ground- water-quality data were collected for a study of ground-water contamination in stratified drift at Country Pond in Kingston, New Hampshire. The report includes drilling records for 30 wells installed at various depths in stratified drift beneath Country Pond. Ground-water levels are recorded for nine wells drilled under the direction of the U.S.


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Groundwater levels in observation wells in Oklahoma for 1990 by Robert S. Fabian Download PDF EPUB FB2

[Oklahoma City, Okla.]: Groundwater and Administration Divisions, Oklahoma Water Resources Board 2. Groundwater levels in observation wells in Oklahoma for Inthe OWRB initiated a partnership with the Oklahoma Climatological Survey (OCS) involving the installation of real-time groundwater observation wells at the Acme and El Reno Mesonet sites.

Since then, the OWRB has installed observation wells at additional Mesonet sites in. Ground-water levels in observation wells in Oklahoma, Ground-water levels in observation wells in Oklahoma, Ground-water levels in observation wells in Oklahoma, Ground-water levels in observation wells in Oklahoma, Ground-water levels in observation wells in Oklahoma, Author: R.L.

Goemaat, L.D. Mize, D.E. Spiser. and future availability of Oklahoma's groundwater supplies. Each year, primarily during the winter months, Board staff measure depth-to-water in approximately wells throughout Oklahoma, including in the Panhandle region. While a primary purpose of data collection is to determine the maximum annual yields of state groundwater basins, the.

To assist the City, the USGS monitors water levels in 5 observation wells and operates a water-quality monitor on the Scioto River where specific conductance, temperature, dissolved oxygen, pH, and turbidity are measured on an hourly basis.

In addition, groundwater-level synoptic. 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.

Drilling anode groundbeds (cathodic protection wells) Drilling wells for marginal quality water (groundwater that has 5, to 10, parts per million in total dissolved solids) Please feel free to reference our list of licensed contractors to make sure that anyone hired to perform well or pump work is a licensed professional.

The water level in a well can also be lowered if other wells near it are withdrawing water. When water levels drop below the levels of the pump intakes, then wells will begin to pump air - they will "go dry." Pumping a well lowers the water level around the well to form a cone of depression in the water table.

If the cone of depression extends. Handbook of Suggested Practices for the Design and Installation of Ground-Water Monitoring Wells. by: Linda Aller, Truman W. Bennett and Glen Hackett Bennett & Williams, Inc. Columbus, Ohio Rebecca J.

Petty Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Groundwater Columbus, Ohio Jay H. Lehr and Helen Sedoris National Water. Groundwater levels for Oklahoma. Click to hide state-specific text. Select sites which meet all of the following criteria: Define one or more values for each of the following site-selection criteria: -- or select new criteria.

County-- select one or more. Groundwater Networks. Groundwater hydrology is an interpretive science; because we cannot observe the resource directly, we must interpolate and extrapolate our understanding from known points of data. Water-level measurements from observation wells are the principal source of information about the hydrologic stresses acting on aquifers and how.

The depth to the water table can change (rise or fall) depending on the time of year. During the late winter and spring when accumulated snow starts to melt and spring rainfall is plentiful, water on the surface infiltrates into the ground and the water table rises.

When water-loving plants start to grow again in the spring and precipitation gives way to hot, dry summers, the. GIS and Geostatistical Techniques for Groundwater Science provides a detailed synthesis of the application of GIS and geostatistics in groundwater studies.

As the book illustrates, GIS can be a powerful tool for developing solutions for water resource problems, assessing water quality, and managing water resources. In practice both terms are used interchangeably. Ground water science is the common field of study. Hydrograph A graphical plot of discharge vs.

time for stream flow. Well hydrographs show changes of ground water levels vs. time. Hydrologic System A more accurate way of describing the many processes involved in the hydrologic cycle. Hydrologic. Ground-water levels in observation wells in Oklahoma, Open-File Report By: Robert L.

Goemaat, Lionel D. Mize, and Dannie E. Spiser. There aresites with groundwater-level measurements. Choose at least one of the following criteria to constrain the number of sites selected.

Depth to groundwater records for 48 observation wells in the Minqin oasis were available for 22 years from toallowing us to compare three different interpolation methods based on three selected years (,) as starting points.

The investigation of the ground-water resources of Oklahoma by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the Oklahoma Water Resources Board includes a continuing program to collect records of water levels in selected observation wells on a systematic basis.

These water-level records: (1) provide an index to available ground-water supplies; (2) facilitate the prediction of trends in water.

Groundwater Level and Well Depth Measurement Effective Date: Page 1 of 8. Purpose. This document describes general and specific procedures, methods and considerations to be used and observed when determining water levels and depths of wells.

Scope/Application. of the well casing through which a water level meter can be inserted. Groundwater levels are measured to an accuracy of one one-hundredth of a foot ( ft) using a survey-grade groundwater level meter.

For less precise measurements, homeowners without a meter can use a long measuring tape marked with chalk (lower the tapeFile Size: KB. Get this from a library! Ground-water levels in observation wells in Oklahoma, climatic years. [Robert L Goemaat; Lionel D Mize; Dannie E Spiser; Oklahoma Water Resources Board.].Get this from a library!

Ground-water levels in observation wells in Oklahoma, [Robert L Goemaat; Oklahoma Water Resources Board.; Geological Survey (U.S.)].All water-level monitoring programs depend on the operation of a network of observation wells—wells selected expressly for the collection of water-level data in one or more specified aquifers.

Decisions made about the number and locations of observation wells are crucial to any water-level data collection program. Ideally, the wells chosen for anFile Size: 1MB.