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Oregon ground-water quality and its relation to hydrogeologic factors

Timothy L. Miller

Oregon ground-water quality and its relation to hydrogeologic factors

a statistical approach

by Timothy L. Miller

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Services, Western Distribution Branch in Portland, Or, Denver, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Oregon -- Statistics.,
  • Water quality -- Oregon -- Statistics.,
  • Groundwater -- Pollution -- Oregon -- Statistics.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 88.

    Statementby Timothy L. Miller and Joseph B. Gonthier.
    GenreStatistics.
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey water resources investigations report -- 84-4242., Water-resources investigations report -- 84-4242.
    ContributionsGonthier, Joseph B., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 88 p. :
    Number of Pages88
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17557704M

    Cascade installed a cutting bin drainage system in that collected coolant lubricant drippings from metal cuttings for transfer to the waste coolant tanks. All four wells are currently operated by separate, independent water systems. Under natural conditions, ground water moves along flow paths from areas of recharge to areas of discharge at springs or along streams, lakes, and wetlands. Summary of hydrologic and physical properties of rock and soil materials, as analyzed by the Hydrologic Laboratory of the USGS, ; E.

    Near the end of the Pleistocene epoch, cataclysmic floods repeatedly occurred as glacial Lake Missoula was first filled and then violently drained. Further, concern about hazardous contaminants in water resources led to the initiation of the Toxic Substances Hydrology program. Further transient calibration based on a graphical comparison of the predicted time hydrographs in all monitoring wells and piezometers in response to the different large scale pumping stress in the TSA, SGA and BLA will provide a significantly more accurate and unique calibration. Ground water occurs both in loosely aggregated and unconsolidated materials, such as sand and gravel, and in consolidated rocks, such as sandstone, limestone, granite, and basalt. Water use in the summer can be expected to be two times higher.

    Mary and Milk Rivers The NRP is designed to encourage pursuit of a diverse agenda of research topics aimed at providing new knowledge and insights into varied and complex hydrologic processes that are not well understood. A proposal has been made to unify the water systems into one public utility district owned and operated by the Interlachen community. The Core Hydrologic Research program and Toxic Substances Hydrology program provide continuity, long-term investigations, and the opportunity for development of methods and tools. These confining units should be thought of as leaky aquitards See Glossary. Blue Lake, located north of Fairview Lake, has a similar surface area, but is much deeper.


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Pellicular water 1 The film of water left around each grain or fracture surface of water-bearing material after gravity drainage after APHA, Cautions for hydrologic analysis 1.

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Ground water also is a major source of water to lakes and wetlands. Charlotte, North Carolina; D. Click any link to continue. This overall plan has not been followed because of financial and human resource limitations.

Interlachen's Groundwater Supply The Interlachen neighborhood consists of approximately households which rely on groundwater produced from four wells in the area.

Extrapolation of these numbers to large rivers is not straightforward; however, the ground-water contribution to all streamflow in the United States may be as large as 40 percent.

Figure 6 Geologic Strata in the Portland Wellfield area. Areas where channels persisted for considerable lengths of time may occur at shallow depths in the modern setting relative to the contemporary flood plain deposits. Landau, East Area: From to liquid waste was disposed along this long strip of land located feet south of the East Yard area.

In shallow, local-scale flow systems, ages of ground water at areas of discharge can vary from less than a day to a few hundred years.

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