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Plan of study for the regional aquifer systems analysis of the Michigan Basin

Richard J. Mandle

Plan of study for the regional aquifer systems analysis of the Michigan Basin

by Richard J. Mandle

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, [Books and Open-File Reports Section, distributor] in [Denver, Colo.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Michigan.,
  • Groundwater -- Research -- Michigan.,
  • Hydrogeology -- Research -- Michigan.,
  • Geology -- Research -- Michigan.,
  • Saltwater encroachment -- Michigan.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 21-23).

    Statementby R.J. Mandle.
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 86-494.
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17657377M

    Westjohn, D.B., and Weaver, T.L., , Hydrogeologic framework of the Michigan Basin regional aquifer system: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper , 47 p. 1 Terms defined in the glossary are in bold print where they are first used in the main body of the report. The glacial aquifer system groundwater availability study is one of the USGS efforts in response to the Department of Interior WaterSMART initiative. This study is designed to provide information and analysis to stakeholders and decisionmakers for characterizing groundwater availability in regions within the glacial aquifer system.

    In contrast, He fluxes entering the Saginaw aquifer are higher than fluxes entering the overlying Glacial Drift aquifer of × and × cm3STPcm−2yr−1 for 3He and 4He, respectively. Truckee River Basin Study - Reclamation partnered with the Truckee River Flood Management Project, Placer County Water Agency, Truckee Meadows Water Authority and the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. Plan of Study. Klamath Basin Study (California and Oregon) Taos Pueblo Water Supply and Demand Basin Study (New Mexico)

    Summary of hydrogeologic conditions by county for the state of Michigan [electronic resource] / by Beth A. Apple and Howard W. Reeves ; prepared in cooperation with the State of Michigan, Department of Environmental Quality U.S. Geological Survey Reston, Va Australian/Harvard Citation. Apple, Beth A. & Reeves, Howard W. & Michigan. These regional studies aim to provide the information required for a national assessment of groundwater resources including the status of the resource, trends in groundwater resources with time, and potential changes or limitations of the system in the future. The glacial aquifer system is an important source of water for public supply.


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Plan of study for the regional aquifer systems analysis of the Michigan Basin by Richard J. Mandle Download PDF EPUB FB2

Quaternary glacial deposits and Pennsylvanian and Mississippian sandstones, -the Saginaw Formation and Marshall Sandstone- are the major aquifers in the Michigan basin.

These aquifers supply approximately million gal/day to municipalities in sq mi study area. Add tags for "Plan of study for the regional aquifer systems analysis of the Michigan Basin".

Be the first. PLAN OF STUDY FOR THE REGIONAL AQUIFER SYSTEMS ANALYSIS OF THE MICHIGAN BASIN by R. Mandle ABSTRACT Quaternary glacial deposits and Pennsylvanian and Mississippian sandstones the Saginaw Formation and Marshall Sandstone are the major aquifers in the Michigan basin.

These aquifers supply ap­Cited by: 1. plan of study for the regional aquifer- system analysis of the appalachian valley and ridge, piedmont, and blue ridge physiographic provinces of the eastern and southeastern united states, with a description of study area geology and hydrogeology by lindsay a.

swain, este f. hollyday, charles c. daniel, iii, and otto s. zapecza abstractCited by: 7. Mandle, R.J.,Plan of study for the regional aquifer system analysis of the Michigan Basin: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report23 p.

Mandle, R.J., and Westjohn, D.B.,Preliminary interpretation of vertical electrical-resistivity soundings in the Saginaw Valley, Michigan: U.S. GeologicalSurvey Open-File Report,45 p. PLAN OF STUDY FOR THE REGIONAL AQUIFER SYSTEMS ANALYSIS OF THE UPPER COLORADO RIVER BASIN IN COLORADO, UTAH, WYOMING, AND ARIZONA By 0.

James Taylor, J. Hood, and Everett A. Zimmerman U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report Lakewood, Colorado UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. The U.S. Geological Survey began a 4-year study of the regional aquifer system underlying the Columbia Plateau, in central and eastern Washington, northern Oregon, and northwestern Idaho in Octoberas part of the Regional Aquifer System Analysis program.

The study will describe the geohydrology, geochemistry, and quality of water in the Columbia River Basalt Group, the Miocene. Direct groundwater discharge to Great Lakes from water budget analysis in this study compared to results from a groundwater model for the Lake Michigan basin (Feinstein et al., ), seepage.

investigations of 9 regional aquifer systems were completed, and 11 regional aquifer systems were being studied.

This report is a bibliography of reports completed as part of the Regional Aquifer-System Analysis Program from through The reports resulting from each regional aquifer-system study.

The Great Basin Regional Aquifer-System Analysis (RASA) study area encompasses aboutsquare miles in parts of Nevada, Utah, California, Oregon, Idaho, and Arizona. The Regional Aquifer-System Analysis Program, RASA, represents a systematic effort to study a number of the Nation’s most important aquifer systems, which, in aggregate, underlie much of the country and which represent an important component of the Nation’s total water supply.

In general, the boundaries of these studies are identified by the hydrologic extent of each system and. U.S. Geological Survey Regional Aquifer-System Analysis Program, ," compiled by C.B. Davidson, with a section by Helen Doherty Subsequent to publication of this report, four additional aquifers in Paleozoic rocks of the Upper Colorado River Basin can be accessed on the Internet.

Correction: Page 1. Plan of study for the regional aquifer systems analysis of the Michigan Basin [microform] / by R.J. Mandle Series: Water-resources investigations report -A contribution of the Regional Aquifer-Systems Analysis Program, Contribution of the Regional Aquifer.

Plan of study for the Regional Aquifer System Analysis of the Michigan basin - Burial diagenesis and pore-water chemistry evolution in the Marshall Sandstone regional aquifer, Michigan Basin - Michigan basin regional aquifer-system study - Michigan Basin solid-phase investigation.

Information from large-scale geologic maps, reports from the Regional Aquifer-System Analysis (RASA), and smaller scale investigations will be linked to point data from USGS monitoring wells, the State of Michigan WelLogic database, and available aquifer test data.

The project team will meet the following objectives by August A regional groundwater-flow model of the Lake Michigan Basin and surrounding areas has been developed in support of the Great Lakes Basin Pilot project under the U.S. Geological Survey's National Water Availability and Use Program.

The transient 2-million-cell model incorporates multiple aquifers and pumping centers that create water-level drawdown that extends into deep saline waters. The objective of this core workshop is to study middle Carboniferous (Late Mississippian through Early Pennsylvanian) rock strata captured in several shallow bedrock cores in the southern Michigan Basin in order to reevaluate lithostratigraphic and biostratigraphic relationships and determine the nature of geological controls on sedimentary basin evolution.

Cl and O distributions in Michigan Basin ground water - Geohydrologic framework and ground-water flow in the Michigan basin - Plan of study for the Regional Aquifer System Analysis of the Michigan basin - Burial diagenesis and pore-water chemistry evolution in the Marshall Sandstone regional aquifer, Michigan Basin.

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Plan of study for the Regional Aquifer-System Analysis of the northern Rocky Mountains Intermontane Basins, Montana and Idaho / (Helena, Mont.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Books and Open-file Reports Section [distributor], []), by David W.

Clark, Eloise Kendy, and Geological Survey (U.S.) (page images. The Southwest Alluvial Basins study is part of the National Regional Aquifer-Systems Analysis program. Twenty-two structural basins extend from the San Luis Basin in southern Colorado to the Presidio Basin in western Texas.

Closed surface-water basins west of the Guadalupe Mountains and east of the Peloncillo Mountains are included in the study area is bounded on the east by.Journal Research U.S.

Geol. Sur vey Great Lakes Basin Commission Geology and Ground Water. In Great Lakes Basin Framework Study. Hough, J.L. Geology of the Great Lakes.

Urbana, Illlinois: University of Illinois Press. MandIe, R.J. Plan of study for the Regional Aquifer Systems Analysis of Michigan Basin.The current study analyses the regional dynamics of the potentiometric groundwater level using a new database called the Basin of Mexico Hydrogeological Database (BMHDB).

To foster the development of a regional view of the aquifer system, data on climatological, borehole and .