Introductory technical guidance for civil and environmental engineers, planners and construction managers interested in groundwater aquifers. Here is what is discussed:1. INTRODUCTION2. HYDROLOGIC BUDGETS3. GROUND.WATER INVENTORIES4.
Author: J Paul Guyer
An Introduction to Groundwater Aquifer Yields J. Paul Guyer, P.E., R.A. Editor
Paul Guyer is a registered civil engineer, mechanical engineer, fire protection
engineer and architect with 35 years of experience designing buildings and
Author: J. Paul Guyer, P.E., R.A.
Publisher: Guyer Partners
Category: Technology & Engineering
Aquifer yield from storage, representative of short-term yield during severe
drought conditions, were estimated for 26 selected aquifers in the basin. ... were
estimated for the 26 aquifers by considering the cumulative yield from intercepted
ground-water discharge, induced infiltration, and storage. ... Withdrawal of water
from surface-water sources can affect the yield Abstract Introduction Background.
Author: Wayne W. Lapham
H. Allen Wehrmann, Sean V. Sinclair, Timothy P. Bryant. An Analysis of
Groundwater Use to Aquifer Potential Yield in Illinois Introduction Proper water
resource planning and management requires a firm understanding of water use
and water ...
Author: H. Allen Wehrmann
INTRODUCTION Several Arkansas counties within the extent of the Sparta
aquifer have been designated Critical GroundWater Areas ( CGWA ) by the
Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission ( ASWCC ) because
hydraulic heads ...
Author: Paul W. McKee
Category: Electronic government information
ABSTRACT Aquifer yields were estimated for the Pearl Hill-Willard Brooks,
Stillwater River, Wekepeke Brook, Still River, Witch ... Long-term yields from
intercepted ground-water discharge and induced infiltration of surface water were
estimated for the six aquifers. ... INTRODUCTION Most of the Nashua River basin
is a hilly, till and bedrock upland in north-central Massachusetts that includes
Author: Virginia De Lima
water quality within the stratified - drift aquifers . ... Of these 10 municipalities , 6
use ground - water sources only , 2 use surface - water sources , and 2 use
ground - water and ... Drift Aquifers in the Pemigewasset River Basin , Central
New Hampshire INTRODUCTION transmissivities ; ( 2 ) aquifer yields , and ( 3 )
Author: Geological Survey (U.S.)
Sy for an unconfined aquifer is essentially equal to its storage coefficient . Most
unconfined sandy aquifers have specific yields in the range of 0.10 to 0.30 .
Water recharged to or discharged from water table aquifer represents a direct
Author: Curtis Travis
Publisher: Westview Press
Study conducted at Patna, India.
Author: N. C. Ghose
Publisher: APH Publishing
tained yields are 29 and 50 gallons per minute from the shale and graywacke
sandstone , respectively , of the Martinsburg Formation . Median depths of wells
are 88 feet in the Martinsburg and 143 feet in the carbonate aquifer . ...
INTRODUCTION This is an appraisal report of the groundwater resources of
shale and carbonate rock in the southern part of the Cumberland Valley ,
Pennsylvania , and ...
Author: Albert E. Becher
Lack of specialist design input from a hydrogeologist or groundwater engineer .
Overoptimism regarding the hydraulic properties of aquifers . In particular , the
common misconception that , if one well yields 5 L s - 1 , a wellfield of 10 wells
Author: David Banks
INTRODUCTION Purpose and Scope Estimation of ground - water storage
change and specific yield near Rillito Creek was done in cooperation ... The
facility had been proposed to enhance recharge to the aquifer system in the
Tucson Basin .
Author: D. R. Pool, Werner Schmidt
Extrapolation of the pumpage growth curve for the county shows that total ground
- water withdrawals from wells will exceed the potential yield of the Silurian
dolomite aquifer by about 1977 . INTRODUCTION PURPOSE AND SCOPE This
CHAPTER I . INTRODUCTION I . 1 Purpose The purpose of this investigation is to
provide a means of estimating the safe ... The safe yield is defined as the amount
of water which can be withdrawn from an aquifer on a sustained basis without ...
Author: Kevin R Flanders
... Recharge Areas Regional Groundwater Flow Well Yield / Potential Aquifer
Yield Groundwater Quality Regional Karst Features Regions of Undermined
Areas Regions of Seismic Risk AREA SCREENING Introduction Site Topography
Category: Mines and mineral resources
... SCREENING Introduction Regional Geological Framework and Aquifer
Mapping Establishing the framework Mapping the distribution of aquifers and
other highly permeable materials Recharge Areas Regional Groundwater Flow
Well Yield ...
Author: Richard C. Berg
This information alone may be valuable during the preliminary stages of a
groundwater resource investigation . There are a variety of methods that may be
used to assess aquifer yield . To reiterate a statement made in the introduction ,
Author: Leslie Hamill
Category: Business & Economics
1 INTRODUCTION Sandstone aquifers of the Basal Bedrock and Midwest
Bedrock Aquigroups have supplied most of ... Aquiter pump tests will determine
well yield , well spacing , potential aquifer yield , and shallow groundwater
Author: Timothy H. Larson
Original production bore 1 Upper aquifer Yield : 7:56 X 10-4 m2 sec - 1 ( 600 gph
) Drawdown : 12.30 m ( 40 ft ) Lower aquifer Yield : 1:13 x 10-3 m2 sec - 1 Total
drawdown : 55 m Pump setting at 70 m INTRODUCTION This report is the result ...