2 edition of Hydrogeologic framework of the Virginia Coastal Plain found in the catalog.
Hydrogeologic framework of the Virginia Coastal Plain
Andrew A. Meng
1988 by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Books and Open-File Reports Section, U.S. Geological Survey in Washington, D.C, Denver, CO .
Written in English
|Statement||by Andrew A. Meng III and John F. Harsh.|
|Series||Regional aquifer-system analysis, U.S. Geological Survey professional paper ;, 1404-C|
|Contributions||Harsh, John F.|
|LC Classifications||GB1025.V8 M46 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||88600495|
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The Virginia Coastal Plain Hydrogeologic Framework. Randolph McFarland 1 and T. Scott Bruce 2 1 U.S. Geological Survey, Virginia Water Science Center, Richmond, VA.
2 Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, Water Resources Management, Richmond, VA. This report is available as a pdf. hydrogeologic framework of the virginia coastal plain byandrew a. meng iii andjohn f. harsh regional aquifer-system analysis u.s. geological survey professional paper cCited by: Hydrogeologic Framework of the Virginia Coastal Plain: Usgs Professional Paper C [Andrew a.
Meng, John F. Harsh] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This report defines the hydrogeologic framework of the Virginia Coastal Plain Hydrogeologic framework of the Virginia Coastal Plain book is a product of a comprehensive regional study to define the geology.
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Hydrogeologic Framework of the Virginia Costal Plain Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions The Amazon Book ReviewManufacturer: United States Government Printing Office.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: McFarland, E. Randolph. Virginia coastal plain hydrogeologic framework (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource. The hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina Coastal Plain aquifer system consists of 10 aquifers separated by 9 confining units.
From top to bottom, the aquifers are the surficial aquifer, Yorktown aquifer, Pungo River aquifer, Castle Hayne aquifer, Beaufort aquifer, Peedee aquifer, Black Creek aquifer, upper Cape Fear aquifer, lower Cape Fear aquifer, and Lower Cretaceous aquifer.
Current as of publication date Complete None planned USGS Thesaurus framework geology Coastal Plain Mid-Atlantic surficial physiography hydrogeology inland waters groundwater ISO Topic Category geoscientificInformation inlandWaters environment Geographic Names Information System Mid.
Hydrogeologic framework of the Virginia Coastal Plain book Links. Superseding Publications: Hydrogeologic framework of the Virginia coastal plain () The Publications Warehouse does not have links to digital versions of this publication at this time.
Table of Contents for The Virginia coastal plain hydrogeologic framework / by E. Randolph McFarland and T. Scott Bruce, available from the Library of Congress. In addition, the chemical quality of groundwater in the Virginia Coastal Plain has been described based on the revised hydrogeologic framework.
Currently, other poorly known aspects of the aquifer system are being investigated that pose significant implications for continuance of the water supply. Hydrogeologic Framework. Maryland Geological Survey (MGS) scientists have been compiling the hydrogeologic framework for the Maryland Coastal Plain.
The framework describes the spatial distribution of aquifers and confining units, and is based on data from hundreds of wells. This data set was developed as part of the process for Hydrogeologic framework of the Virginia Coastal Plain book a regional hydrogeologic framework to examine the primary natural physical factors that affect the flow and chemistry of shallow ground water and small streams in the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain.
It was used in combination with surficial sediment texture to delineate seven. To adequately develop the hydrogeologic framework along the state boundaries, the study area extends into Delaware, the Northern Neck of Virginia, and Washington D.C.; however, those areas are not the focus of this investigation.
Maryland Coastal Plain Aquifer Information System. Digital geospatial datasets of the extents and top elevations of the regional hydrogeologic units of the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system from Long Island, New York, to northeastern North Carolina were developed to provide an updated hydrogeologic framework to support analysis of groundwater resources.
The 19 regional hydrogeologic. A hydrogeologic framework of the Virginia Coastal Plain was developed as part of the Regional Aquifer System Analysis (RASA) program of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) (Meng and Harsh, ). Ground water in the Coastal Plain is present primarily in pores in the sediments.
A conceptual framework and monitoring strategy for movement of saltwater in the coastal plain aquifer system of Virginia / by: McFarland, E. Randolph, Published: () Hydrogeologic and geochemical characteristics of the Ogallala and White River aquifers, Cheyenne, Wyoming / by: Ogle, Kathy Muller, et al.
Published: (). Revisions to the Hydrogeologic Framework of the South Carolina Coastal Plain Groundwater Availability Assessment Stakeholder Meeting North Charleston, S.C. Novem Joe Gellici - Hydrologist Land, Water and Conservation Division S.C. Department of Natural Resources. Water Resources Data, Virginia, Water YearVolume 2: Ground water and ground-water-quality records.
Virginia Coastal Plain Hydrogeologic Framework, (U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper) Documents Produced by State Water Control Board. Scans of County Groundwater Reports listed below are available upon request. They are. The Potential for Saltwater Intrusion in the Potomac Aquifers of the York-James Peninsula, Virginia By Barry S.
Smith ABSTRACT The most productive aquifers of the Virginia Coastal Plain are in the Potomac Formation. Water sup-plies in the Potomac aquifers are impaired, however, by saltwater in some areas. A two-dimensional, density-File Size: 2MB. levels within the aquifers and confining units of the coastal plan from through based upon historic pumping records.
The VCPM incorporated an updated conceptualization of the Virginia Coastal Plain hydrogeologic framework o including the Chesapeake Bay impact crater and. Request PDF | Hydrogeologic Framework of the Atlantic Coastal Plain, North and South Carolina By Joseph A.
Gellici and Jeff C. Lautier in: Campbell, B.G., and Coes, A.L., eds.,Groundwater. Similar Items. Simulation of groundwater flow in the Coastal Plain aquifer system of Virginia by: Heywood, Charles E. Published: () ; Private domestic-well characteristics and the distribution of domestic withdrawals among aquifers in the Virginia Coastal Plain by: Pope, Jason P.
Published: (). Section 9 References Hydrogeologic Investigation and Groundwater Modeling Report Battlefield Ver5 Laczniak, R.J., and Meng, A.A., Groundwater Resources of the York-James Peninsula of Virginia, U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report Large tidal rivers, such as the Potomac, Rappahannock, York, and James, flow southeastward across the Coastal Plain to the Chesapeake Bay, in turn, empties into the Atlantic Ocean. Low barrier islands frame the Atlantic edge of Virginia’s Eastern Shore.
The Coastal Plain is a terraced landscape that stair-steps down towards the coast and to the major rivers. The Virginia Coastal Plain is underlain by a thick wedge of sediments that increases in thickness from a featheredge near the Fall Zone to more than 4, meters under the continental shelf.
These sediments rest on an eroded surface of Precambrian to early Mesozoic rock. Two-thirds of this wedge is comprised of late Jurassic and Cretaceous. A numerical model of variable-density groundwater flow and miscible salt transport is developed to investigate the extent of seawater intrusion in the Gulf coast aquifers of Alabama, USA.
The SEAWAT code is used to solve the density-dependent groundwater flow and solute transport governing equations. The numerical model is calibrated against the observed hydraulic heads measured in Cited by: Coastal geology studies coastal processes which affect the geology in coastal regions. Some coastal processes are effects of hurricanes, incised valleys, river migration, sedimentation, barrier.
This project focused on the relation between the hydrogeologic framework and nitrogen discharge from a shallow Coastal Plain aquifer system. This report contains a summary of the results of activities conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) from through in support of a collaborative research effort between the USGS and the.
A refined descriptive hydrogeologic framework of the Coastal Plain of eastern Virginia provides a new perspective on the regional ground-water system by incorporating recent understanding gained.
Currently North Carolina and South Carolina do not have up-to-date ground-water flow models of the entire Coastal Plain aquifer system. Since completion of the RASA models, however, additional ground-water pumpage, water-level, and hydrogeologic framework data have been collected.
Fanning, J., L., and Cherry, G., S.,Development of water-use projections for groundwater flow models in the coastal plain of Georgia and South Carolina, Proceedings of the Georgia Water Resources Conference, held April, at the University of Georgia.
Kathryn J. Hatcher, editor, Institute of Ecology, The University of. Meng, Andrew A.; Harsh, John F. Hydrogeologic Framework of the Virginia Coastal Plain: Regional Aquifer Systems Analysis.
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. (, June 26). Digital Geodata Series - DGS Coastal Plain Sediments with Potential to.
Simulation of Groundwater Flow in the Coastal Plain Aquifer System of Virginia (USGS Scientific Investigations Report ) Sustainability of Ground-Water Resources (USGS Circular ) General Facts and Concepts About Groundwater; The Virginia Coastal Plain Hydrogeologic Framework (USGS Professional Paper ) The Water Cycle: Ground.
5 Days of Lessons/1 Day for Final Assessment Presentation VS.2 The student will demonstrate knowledge of the physical geography and native peoples, past and present, of Virginia by a) locating Virginia and its bordering states on maps of the United States; b) locating and describing Virginia’s Coastal Plain (Tidewater), Piedmont,File Size: KB.
Sunset Hills Road, Suite Reston, VA Phone: () Fax: () Aadland, R. K.,Hydrogeologic Characterization of the Cretaceous-Tertiary coastal plain sequence at the Savannah River Site, South Carolina, in: Savannah River Region: Transition between the Gulf and Atlantic Coastal Plains, Proc.
2nd Bald Head Island Conference on Coastal Plains Geology (V. Zullo, W. Harris, and V. Price, eds.), University of North Carolina at Wilmington, pp. 57–Cited by: 1. For more information on the geology of Westmoreland checkout the Virginia Geological Field Conference guidebook by Buck Ward and others.
Note the [ ] Filed Under: featured image Tagged: cliff, cliffs of westmoreland, Coastal Plain, fossiliferous strata. MLRA A: Southern Coastal Plain R.K. Hubbard 1, D.E. Radcliffe 2, K. Cassel 3, J. Hook 4, and J. Dane 5 1 USDA-ARS Tifton, 2 University of Georgia-Athens, 3 North Carolina State University 4 University of Georgia-Tifton, and 5 Auburn University.
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Coastal Plain These are mostly unconsolidated or partially consolidated pdf deposited along a coastline not significantly different from that which exists on the coast of Virginia today. The deposition on the present continental margin is a continuation of the coastal plain deposition which has been going on since the Triassic.Virginia Coastal Plain.
Groundwater Issues. Scott Kudlas. DOC Listening Session. February 5, Virginia Physiographic Provinces COASTAL. PLAIN. VA Coastal Plain Aquifer Cross -Section. McFarland & Bruce, Management Issues • Reversal of the hydraulic gradient (groundwater flow) leads to salt water.Based ebook the frequency of occurrence of elevated lead and manganese ebook respect to their Bmc thresholds and the corresponding distributions of DO and pH in the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain aquifers, a simple DO/pH framework was constructed as a screening tool to assess the potential for elevated lead or manganese in groundwater.
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