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Groundwater quality atlas of Nebraska

R. A. Engberg

Groundwater quality atlas of Nebraska

by R. A. Engberg

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Published by Conservation and Survey Division, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Nebraska-Lincoln in [Lincoln] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Nebraska -- Maps.,
  • Water quality -- Nebraska -- Maps.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementR. A. Engberg and R. F. Spalding : prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey.
    SeriesResource atlas -- no. 3
    ContributionsSpalding, Roy F.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsG1451.C34 E5 1978, G1451C34 E5 1978
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 39 p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20329359M

    Groundwater-Level Changes in Nebraska Archive The maps below depict groundwater level changes in Nebraska and are organized by year. If you have questions about the maps, contact Aaron Young, Groundwater Resources Coordinator, Quality of Groundwater Proceedings of an International Symposium, Noordwijkerhout March • The Netherlands • A selection of these papers has been published as a special volume of The Science of the Total Environment, Vol

    Central Ground Water Board (CGWB) Ministry of Jal Shakti, Department of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Government of IndiaMissing: Nebraska. The availability and quality of groundwater is highly variable across our District due to the glaciated geology present in Eastern Nebraska. Alluvial (river-based) aquifers are present in the major river valleys of the Platte, Elkhorn and Missouri Rivers and are typically an abundant source of water with wells generally only 50 to feet deep.

    This report summarizes data on ground-water quality stored in the U.S. Geological Survey's computer system (WATSTORE). The summary includes water quality data for 2, single-aquifer wells, which tap one of the State's three major aquifers (sand and gravel, Silurian dolomite, and sandstone). Data for dissolved solids, hardness, alkalinity, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, iron. There are at least seven major aquifer systems in Nebraska. By far, the High Plains/Ogallala aquifer is the largest in terms of volume of water in storage and withdrawals for irrigation. Several secondary aquifers exist in areas outside of the High Plains aquifer, providing water for irrigation, municipal supplies, and domestic use in parts of far western and far eastern.


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Buy The Groundwater Atlas of Nebraska Third (revised) Edition on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders5/5(1). The purpose of this groundwater atlas is to synthesize a wealth of hydrogeologic data that exists for Lancaster County The Groundwater Atlas of Lancaster County, Nebraska: Dana P.

Divine, Jr. R.F. Diffendal, Leslie M. Howard: : Books. "No one atlas or book can contain everything there is to know about groundwater, but the 'Groundwater Atlas of Nebraska' is a good starting point for someone seeking answers to questions about Nebraska's most valuable natural resource.".

"No one atlas or book can contain everything there is to know about groundwater, but the 'Groundwater Atlas of Nebraska' is a good starting point for someone seeking answers to questions about Nebraska's most valuable natural resource.".

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The Groundwater Atlas of Nebraska. Book August evaluation of the quality of groundwater table maps, identification of priority areas for further aquifer characterization and expansion. The series consists of 13 chapters which describe the ground-water resources of regional areas that collectively cover the 50 States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S.

Virgin Islands Nebraska: Published HA E: Oklahoma, Texas: Published Ground Water Atlas of the United States (hard-cover book) Published GroundWater Atlas.

The Ground Water Atlas of the United States, USGS Hydrologic Atlas (Miller, ), describes the location, hydrologic characteristics, and geologic characteristics of the principal aquifers throughout the 50 States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The groundwater information summarized in the Atlas was collected over many years by the USGS and other partner agencies and published in Nebraska has some of the best water resources in the nation and the world.

Groundwater (located beneath the state’s surface in porous regions known as aquifers) could cover the state with nearly 40 feet of water if it were all pumped to the surface. Because groundwater is so plentiful and reliable, 85% of the state’s population uses groundwater as drinking water.

Atlas of principal bedrock aquifers, aquifer systems and ground water in the United States. In order to promote orderly use and distribution of water, Nebraska state laws have provided protection of groundwater supply under a permitting system for public water suppliers and industrial water users, along with a centralized repository of information about groundwater wells.

The Groundwater Atlas of Lancaster County, Nebraska Book   August   with   Reads  How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the Author: Dana Divine. The Nebraska groundwater site database consists of more t records of wells, springs, and test holes in Nebraska.

Available site descriptive information includes well location information (latitude and longitude, well depth, site use, water use, and aquifer). The Associated Press reports The Groundwater Atlas of Lancaster County, Nebraska has been completed and been made available to the public.

University officials said a team from the Conservation and Survey Division of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Natural Resources created maps, wrote text, and compiled and interpreted data for the atlas.

Engberg, R. A., Spalding, R. F., Groundwater Quality Atlas of Nebraska (RA-3): 39 pp., size " x 14". Description: This publication describes the background quality of the groundwater of Nebraska. Included are maps of the extent of different concentrations of the major chemical constituents of.

Groundwater -- The Groundwater programs include the Groundwater Management area Program, Underground Injection Control, Mineral Exploration and Wellhead Protection. The program also issues an annual report to the Legislature concerning groundwater quality in Nebraska, and is responsible for hydrogeologic review of various Department programs.

The Official Nebraska Department of Natural Resources (NeDNR) Government Website. Quality-Assessed Agrichemical Contaminant Database. Links to other databases. Groundwater Levels. USGS-National Groundwater Levels Data.

USGS Real-time Groundwater Levels Data. Groundwater & Surface Water Quality. Book Reviews The Groundwater Atlas of Nebraska. Revised edition. Edited by C.A. Flowerday. Lincoln: Conservation and Survey Division, Institute ofAgricul­ ture and Natural Resources, pp.

Figures, tables, references. $ paper. The old photographs of flowing wells and well-diggingoperations inAuthor: P. Allen McFarlane. The Groundwater Atlas of Nebraska(RA-4b/), Jesse T.

Korus, Leslie M. Howard, Aaron R. Young, Dana P. Divine, Mark E. Burbach, J. Michael Jess, and Douglas R. The suggested citation for referencing this source is: "University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Quality-assessed Agrichemical Contaminant Database for Nebraska Ground Water.

A cooperative project of the Nebraska Departments of Agriculture, Environmental Quality, and Natural Resources and the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. The purpose of this groundwater atlas is to synthesize a wealth of hydrogeologic data for Red Willow County that has not been published in readily accessible formats previously.

Many of the maps presented here are based on geologic information from registered wells and test holes that is publically available on-line, which becomes more valuable when compiled, analyzed, and discussed as a : Dana Divine, Duane Eversoll, Leslie M.

Howard.The three States-Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska-that comprise Segment 3 of this Atlas are in the central part of the United States. The major rivers that drain these States are the Niobrara, the Platte, the Kansas, the Arkansas, and the Missouri; the Mississippi River is the eastern boundary of the area.

These rivers supply water for many uses but ground water is the source of slightly more.Groundwater quality in relation to drinking water health standards and geochemical characteristics for 54 domestic wells in Clinton County, Pennsylvania, Despite the reliance on groundwater by approximately million rural Pennsylvania residents, publicly available data to characterize the quality of private well water are limited.