2 edition of Methods of estimating recharge to the Floridan aquifer in northeast Florida found in the catalog.
Methods of estimating recharge to the Floridan aquifer in northeast Florida
G. G. Phelps
|Statement||by G.G. Phelps ; prepared in cooperation with city of Jacksonville, Florida.|
|Series||Water resources investigations / U.S. Geological Survey -- 77-109., Water-resources investigations -- 77-109.|
|Contributions||Jacksonville (Fla.), Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 19 p. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
2 Hydrogeology and Analysis of Aquifer Characteristics in West-Central Pinellas County, Florida Purpose and Scope This report presents the results of a study by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with Pinellas County, to evaluate the brackish-water resources underlying the Walsingham Park study area in west-central Pinellas County. This aquifer system underlies an area of about , square miles in southern Alabama, southeastern Georgia, southern South Carolina, and all of Florida. The Floridan aquifer system provides water for several large cities, including Savannah and Brunswick in Georgia; and Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Orlando, and St. Petersburg in Florida.
Estimating recharge in a tropical karst aquifer Ian C. Jones and Jay L. Banner Department of Geological Sciences, University of Texas at Austin John D. Humphrey Department of Geology and Engineering Geology, Colorado School of Mines, Golden Abstract. Unique constraints on seasonal and spatial variations in recharge to theCited by: Estimating aquifer recharge and parameters from water level observations. J. Hydrol., This paper is concerned with the development of a technique to estimate recharge from rainfall, and to estimate aquifer parameters, using groundwater level records and available climatological by:
Variations in recharge between the surficial and underlying Floridan aquifer systems were estimated by analyzing continuous daily water-level differentials at 29 monitoring-well cluster sites. By Darcy’s law, changes in these differentials are proportional to changes . USGS Regional Assessment of the Floridan Aquifer System: Updating the hydrogeologic framework and underlying hydrologic databases that are being used for future modeling efforts Prepared for the South Florida Hydrologic Society Lester J. Williams and Joe D. Hughes 4/18/
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Get this from a library. Methods of estimating recharge to the Floridan aquifer in northeast Florida. [G G Phelps; Jacksonville (Fla.); Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division.]. Benefits. Benefits of the Floridan aquifer system groundwater availability study include: Revised regional hydrogeologic framework: A revised hydrogeologic framework of the Floridan aquifer system will replace the disparate local and subregional frameworks that have been developed since the Regional Aquifer-System Analysis (RASA) study (Miller, ) and that currently serve as an impediment.
Groundwater is essential for domestic supplies, agriculture, and industry in the Floridan aquifer system (FAS) in Florida and parts of Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina. Upper Floridan aquifer. The report describes the appli cation of four primary methods of estimating recharge to the Upper Floridan aquifer in the SRWMD: a water- budget method, a chloride mass-balance method, analysis of ground-water discharge to rivers, and Cited by: The relation between hydrogeology and water quality of the Lower Floridan aquifer in Duval County, Florida, and implications for monitoring movement of saline water by G.
G Phelps (Book) 2 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide. The Floridan aquifer system, composed of the Upper and Lower Floridan aquifers, is a sequence of Paleogene carbonate rock which spans an area of aboutsquare miles (, km 2) in the southeastern United underlies the entire state of Florida and parts of Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, and South Carolina.
The Floridan aquifer system is one of the world's most productive. Florida Geological Survey_DEP Staff_Cypress Spring Vent jpg Identification and mapping of permeable zones and confining units; characterization of aquifer system geophysical and hydraulic properties (including permeability, transmissivity, fluid resistivity, and temperature); establishing relationships between geologic units and aquifer systems through cross sections.
The Floridan aquifer in northeast Florida is comprised of limestone and dolomite beds of Tertiary age. These formations in ascending order are: the Cedar Keys Formation of Paleocene age; the Oldsmar Limestone, Lake City Limestone, Avon Park Limestone, and the Ocala Group, all of Eocene age; locally the Suwannee Limestone of Oligocene age; and limestone and sand beds at the base of the Hawthorn.
The Floridan aquifer system is the major source of water supply in northeastern Florida. Ground-water withdrawals in the area increased from about to million gallons per day from to (Marella, ; ).
Florida Aquifer Vulnerability Assessment (FAVA): Purpose: To predict the intrinsic relative vulnerability of Florida’s aquifer systems (FAS, SAS & IAS) to contamination from land surface on ground-water quality.
Intermediate Aquifer System Biscayne Aquifer Floridan Aquifer Shallow aquifer System Sand and. A recently updated hydrogeologic framework is published in USGS Professional Paperentitled 'Revised hydrogeologic framework of the Floridan aquifer system in Florida and parts of Georgia, Alabama, and South revised framework is a regional work product intended for regional and subregional investigations (1, to greater.
than feet at a site in northeast Florida. Sites with greater mean differentials exhibited lower percentage-based ranges in fluctuations than did sites with lower mean differentials.
When averaged for all sites, differentials (and thus Upper Floridan aquifer (UFA) recharge rates) decreased by about 18 percent per site between Methods of Estimating Ground water Recharge Saiful Islam #1, Ram Karan Singh*2, Roohul Abad Khan#3 #1,3Lecturer,Department of Civil Engineering,King Khalid University,Abha,KSA The Floridan aquifer in northeast Florida is comprised of limestone and dolomite beds of Tertiary age.
These formations in ascending order are: the Cedar Keys Formation of Paleocene age; the. The Floridan aquifer system is the principal source of freshwater for agricultural irrigation, industrial, mining, commercial, and public supply in Florida and southeast Georgia.
The extensive underground reservoir currently supplies drinking water to about 10 million people residing across the area as well as 50% of the water that is used for.
Continuous (daily) water-level data collected at 29 monitoring-well cluster sites were analyzed to document variations in recharge between the surficial (SAS) and Floridan (FAS) aquifer systems in east-central and northeast Florida.
According to Darcy's law, changes in the water-level differentials (differentials) between these systems are proportional to changes in the vertical flux of water. The Floridan aquifer is one of the highest producing aquifers in the world. It is found throughout Florida and extends into the southern portions of Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina.
This aquifer system is comprised of a sequence of limestone and dolomite, which thickens from about feet in Georgia to about feet in south Florida.
Floridan aquifer of the study area have brought about significant changes in the rates of recharge to and discharge from the Floridan aquifer. Model results indicate that the Lower Floridan aquifer now contributes more than twice the amount of flow to the Upper Floridan aquifer that it contributed in predevelopment times.
The Floridan aquifer system is one of the major sources of ground-water supplies in the United States. This highly productive aquifer system underlies all of Florida, southern Georgia, and small parts of adjoining Alabama and South Carolina, for a total area of aboutsquare miles.
About 3 billion gallons of water per day is withdrawn from the aquifer for all uses, and, in many areas.
into the aquifer is essential information; estimating the recharge rate is a ﬁrst step toward predicting the rate of solute transport to the aquifer. In cases where advection dominates the transport of contaminants (see ChapterModeling Solute Transport Phenomena, Volume 4), little additional hydraulic information may be needed to esti.
FACTORS IN MODELING FLORIDAN AQUIFER RECHARGE BY HARLAN ALFRED HANNAH B.S., University of Illinois, RESEARCH REPORT Submitted in partial fulfill~ent of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science, in the Graduate Studies Program of the College of Engineering, Florida Technological University Orlando, Florida.
Author: Harlan A. Hannah.aquifer. In these areas, water moves from the Floridan aquifer in an upward direction through the upper conﬁning unit to the surﬁcial aquifer.
Where the elevation of the Floridan aquifer potentiometric surface is higher than land surface, springs and free-ﬂowing artesian wells occur. The recharge area data sets are taken from the GIS data.Romeo M.
Flores, in Coal and Coalbed Gas, Aquifer Recharge, Storage, and Recovery for Domestic/Municipal Uses. Aquifer recharge, storage, and recovery are used to replenish aquifers for future use such as storing water in the ground and recovering the water from the same reinjection d coalbed gas co-produced water can be used to recharge groundwater aquifers, which .