Synopsis of ground-water and surface-water resources of North Dakota

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U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch , Reston, Va, Denver, Colo
Water-supply -- North Dakota, Water quality -- Measurement, Groundwater -- North D
Statementby Thomas C. Winter ... [et al.] ; prepared at the request of the Garrison Diversion Unit Commission
SeriesU.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 84-732
ContributionsWinter, Thomas C, United States. Garrison Diversion Unit Commission, Geological Survey (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14274127M

Get this from a library. Synopsis of ground-water and surface-water resources of North Dakota. [Thomas C Winter; United States. Garrison Diversion Unit Commission.; Geological Survey (U.S.);].

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. This document is intended as a resource for local sponsors whose projects do not qualify for funding Synopsis of ground-water and surface-water resources of North Dakota book the North Dakota State Water Commission, or for those seeking additional funding partners.

County Ground Water Studies The County Ground Water Studies program provides a general inventory of the state's ground water resources.

These studies.

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by the North Dakota Geological Survey and the North Dakota State Water Commission. The reports are in three parts; Part I describes the geology, Part II presents ground water basic data, and Part III describe s the ground water resources.

Part III will be published later and will be distributed as soon as possible. North Dakota,North Dakota Extension Service: North Dakota State University, Fargo, 50 p. Money, Dan,Status of surface water monitoring on the Two and Joe River systems in Kittson County, Minnesota: Office of the Kittson Water Plan Coordinator, Interim Report, 11 p.

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Inthe U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe; Roberts County; and the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Geological Survey Program, began a 6-year investigation to describe and quantify the water resources of the area within the boundary of the Lake Traverse Reservation and adjacent parts of Roberts County.

There are 32, sites with groundwater-level measurements. Choose at least one of the following criteria to constrain the number of sites selected. records of streamflow, ground-water levels, and quality of water provide the hydrologic information needed by Federal, State, local agencies, and the private sector for developing and managing land and water resources in North Dakota.

The records are contained in 2 volumes: Volume 1. Surface-Water Data Volume 2. Ground-Water Data. Available surface-water quality, ground-water quality, and water-withdrawal data for the Spirit Lake Reservation were summarized.

The data were collected intermittently from through and were compiled from U.S. Geological Survey databases, North Dakota State Water Commission databases, and Spirit Lake Nation tribal agencies. Although the quality of surface water on the reservation.

- 3 - between ground water users and surface water appropriators. The extent of the area affected is the entire North Platte Valley study area. In the Northern Tablelands – Sand Hills study area the hydrologic connection between ground water and surface water extends to Blue Creek and the North Platte River.

USGS Water Resources Data Category: Groundwater levels for North Dakota. Click to hide state-specific text. Choose Site Selection Criteria: There are 19, sites with groundwater-level measurements. Choose at least one of the following criteria to constrain the number of sites selected.

Welcome to the Dakota Water Science Center. Inthe South and North Dakota Water Science Centers were combined into a single Science Center. Here you will find water-related information including the science conducted and the data collected from across the Dakotas.

If you have any questions or have difficulty finding anything, please contact us for assistance. North Dakota-South Dakota Current Water Conditions BASEMAP USGS Topo USGS Imagery Topo USGS Imagery Only USGS Hydro-NHD USGS Hill Shade National Geographic Topology Streets Terrain Light Contrast Dark Contrast.

A brief description of the geology and ground water resources of Nelson and Walsh Counties was presented by Simpson ().

Other reports dealing with geology and ground water resources have been prepared for areas near Aneta (Dennis, ), Michigan (Aronow, ), and Lakota (Powell and Jones, ) in Nelson County, and. Ground and Surface Water Hydrology [Larry W. Mays] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

From best-selling and well-respected author Larry Mays, Ground and Surface Water Hydrology provides balanced coverage of surface and groundwater hydrology. The text includes current and emerging topics such as sustainabilityCited by: 9.

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The North Dakota Water Resources Research Institute (WRRI) is accepting applications. for its graduate research fellowship program. NDSU and University of North Dakota graduate students who are conducting or planning research in water resources areas may apply for the fellowships.

PESTICIDES DETECTED IN SURFACE WATERS AND FISH OF THE RED RIVER OF THE NORTH DRAINAGE BASIN Synopsis of ground-water and surface-water resources of North Dakota, U.S. Synopsis of ground. The availability of ground-water resources in the Black Hills area is influenced by many factors including location, local recharge and ground-water flow conditions, and structural features.

NORTH DAKOTA WATER LAW and the WATER PERMIT APPLICATION PROCESS Prepared by the Water Appropriations Division. North Dakota State Water Commission. APPENDIX G. John Wesley Powell. Second Director of the USGS. Surface Water, rivers, creeks, lakes, ponds, marshes!. Characterization of surface-water resources in the Great Basin National Park area and their susceptibility to ground-water withdrawals in adjacent valleys, White Pine County, Nevada (USGS Scientific Investigations Report ) North Dakota (USGS Water-Resources Investigations Report ) (*) Ground-water resources and water.

Research on Ground- and Surface-Water Contamination. Sort by Author and Wolff, R.G.,Leakage and fracture permeability in the Cretaceous shales confining the Dakota aquifer in South Dakota, in Jorgenson, D.G., and D.B., and Stollenwerk, K.G.,Chemical reactions simulated by ground-water-quality models: Water Resources.

USGS Publications Warehouse. U.S. Geological Survey science in support of the North American Bat Monitoring Program (NABat)Fact Sheet Hydrogeology and interactions of groundwater and surface water near Mill Creek and the Herring.

Most national statistics on natural water resources include separate values for surface water fluxes and ground water fluxes. Surface water flux is usually considered to be equivalent to measured or calculated discharge at the area’s outlet (outflow), while groundwater flux is defined by aquifer recharge (inflow).

South Dakota Water Research Institute Annual Technical Report FY South Dakota Water Resources Institute Program Report - Base Grant Water is one of the most important surface water ground water interactions, livestock poisoning by algae, lake protection and management, fish kills and other issues related to water quality.

Surface Water Classifications, Mixing Zones, and Numeric Standards Ground Water Classifications and Standards Discharge of Wastes Authority. These rules are promulgated pursuant to North Dakota Century Code chapters and ; specifically, sections andrespectively.

South Dakota Water Research Institute Annual Technical Report at the South Dakota Water Resources Institute (SD WRI). During the tenure of the Regional Competitive Grant As an aid in better understanding the ground water and surface water interaction at the prairie pothole, a digital ground-water flow model of the weathered till is.

The Drinking Water Program is involved in inspecting and monitoring bottled water purveyors operating bottling plants within the state of South Dakota. Bottled water produced and bottled in South Dakota must conform to Chapter of the South Dakota Administrative Rules. Research on Ground- and Surface-Water Contamination.

Sort by Author. Winter, T.C., and Adomaitis, V.A.,Chemical characteristics of prairie lakes in south-central North Dakota--Their potential for influencing use by fish and wildlife: U.SGround-water resources of Kings and Queens Counties, Long Island, New York: U.S.

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This bibliography includes a majority of references used in the Colorado Ground Water Atlas along with pertinent entries gathered in the updating process. For users of the various GIS datasets, the metadata included there provides as much information on. Inthe EPA, the South Dakota Department of Water and Natural Resources, and Homestake Mining Company entered into an agreement to conduct a study of the site.

The study investigated the quality of surface waters, ground water, soils, sediments, and vegetation in the site area and selected aquatic life of Whitewood Creek.Ground water/surface water interactions can also be significant in areas where lakes occur.

Some wetlands may obtain a substantial portion of their water from ground water. The hydrologic behavior of lakes is often strongly influenced by the ground water flow .Prior studies have estimated that a liter of bioethanol requires − L of water from corn farm to fuel pump, but these estimates have failed to account for the widely varied regional irrigation practices.

By using regional time-series agricultural and ethanol production data in the U.S., this paper estimates the state-level field-to-pump water requirement of bioethanol across the by: