2 edition of Ground-water quality and data on wells and springs in Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
Ground-water quality and data on wells and springs in Pennsylvania
Harry E. Koester
|Statement||by Harry E. Koester and Denise R. Miller ; prepared in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 81-329, 81-330., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 81-329, 81-330.|
|Contributions||Miller, D. R., Geological Survey (U.S.), Pennsylvania. Dept. of Environmental Resources.|
|The Physical Object|
Index of Ground-Water-Level Data by State. DISCLAIMER-- The information provided on this page was compiled in and rechecked in early in an effort to check the status of data-delivery efforts among State agencies. The compilation was done using . Wells may have been constructed by drilling, augering, jetting, or even by digging a hole or excavating around a spring or seepage. Out-of-service wells of any type may pose potential safety hazards and threats to ground water quality if not correctly maintained or abandoned (decommissioned).
The monitoring program began in with objectives that include providing data on ground-water quality (1) near suspected sources of Well and local well number (CH- prefix omitted) Spring and local spring number (CH- prefix omitted) CHESTER COUNTY Study area West Chester Chester County PENNSYLVANIA West Branch Brandywine Creek Branch. water in well-defined subterranean streams; and the fourth type is percolating ground 3 United States Geological Survey, National Water Summary 8, Hydrologic Events and Issues 9 (). 4 U.S. Geological Survey, Estimated Use of Water in the United States in pp
Figure 1. Development of a concentrated spring. (Adapted from Safeguarding Wells and Springs from Bacterial Contamination, Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University.) Steps for Developing a Concentrated Spring. Excavate the land upslope from the spring discharge until three feet of water is flowing. Through various groundwater programs, the USGS actively measures water levels in, or collects data from more than 18, of these wells each year. These wells are measured for a variety of disparate purposes, such as statewide monitoring programs, or more local effects like monitoring well drawdown, hydrologic research, aquifer tests, or even.
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Volume I of the Groundwater Quality and Data on Wells and Springs in Pennsylvania presents groundwater quality and physical data on about 1, well and spring sites in the Ohio and St.
Lawrence River basins. Locations are shown on site-location maps derived from the hydrologic unit map. Codes showing the geologic age and aquifer are provided.
Volume III presents ground-water quality and physical data on about 1, wells and springs in the Delaware River Basin in Pennsylvania. Locations are shown on site-location maps derived from the hydrologic unit map.
Codes showing the geologic age and aquifer are provided. Sep 18, · Contains water hardness data for various aquifers in Pennsylvania. Locate the appropriate subbasin and look for a table containing water hardness data.
(Zip file) Contains descriptive information on water hardness for various rock formations in Pennsylvania. Use in conjunction with the Atlas simplicityhsd.com: Linda Musser. Get this from a library. Ground-water quality and data on wells and springs in Pennsylvania. [Harry E Koester; D R Miller; Geological Survey (U.S.); Pennsylvania.
Department of Environmental Resources.]. Get this from a library. Ground-water quality and data on wells and springs in Pennsylvania. [Harry E Koester; D R Miller; Pennsylvania. Department of Environmental Resources.; Geological Survey (U.S.)].
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Edited by Robert Sterrett, Ph.D., PG Johnson Division This is the third edition to what is our top-selling reference book year after year. This tremendous resource should be on your desk if you are serious about the groundwater industry.
It features 20 years of advancements in technology and /5(4). USGS Groundwater Data for Pennsylvania. (quality-assured data that may be published) and/or more recent "Provisional" data (of unverified accuracy and subject to revision).
Most current data are provisional. The Groundwater database consists of more thanrecords of wells, springs, test holes, tunnels,drains, and excavations in. Pennsylvania has more than a million domestic water wells, plus an unknown number of other types of water wells, boreholes, and springs.
Water well and spring data are available through the Pennsylvania Groundwater Information System (PaGWIS), which is maintained by the DCNR Bureau of Geological Survey. Private Water Wells. Groundwater wells are man-made discharge points. More than a million homeowners in Pennsylvania depend on private water wells for their drinking water needs.
In the commonwealth, protection and maintenance of a private well is the responsibility of the homeowner. Ground-Water Monitoring Wells is intended to assist personnel involved with the design, construction, and installation of ground-water monitoring wells.
This document does not focus on specific regulatory requirements, but instead presents state-of-the-art technology that may be applied in diverse hydrogeologic situations. Oct 16, · The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) is involved in monitoring the Nation's groundwater supplies. A national network of observation wells exists to measure regularly the water levels in wells and to investigate water quality.
Contaminants can be natural or human-induced. View a long list of chemicals and contaminants that can be found in groundwater. The number of wells and springs sampled for ground-water-quality data varies considerably across Pennsylvania.
Of the 24, wells and springs sampled, the greatest concentration of wells and springs is in the southeast (Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties) and in the northwest (Erie County). 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.
The USGS Water Resources Mission Area provides water information that is fundamental to national and local economic well-being, protection of life and property, and effective management of the Nation’s water resources. Below, find data and tools relevant to a wide range of water resources and conditions including streamflow, groundwater, water quality, and water use and.
Water quality data from of the monitoring points were analyzed based on lithology, land use types, and additional information such as well depth and geographic location.
Land use descriptions and well depths for monitoring points in the southwestern region of Pennsylvania were not collected. Groundwater Quality and Groundwater Pollution the quality of water in the well, spring, or stream, and who it is whose activities have an impact on it.
Ground water that is pumped from someone’s well or ground water dis-charging into springs and streams may have originated nearby or may haveCited by: Ground Water And Well Drilling: A Reference Book On Ground Water And Wells [Praveen Kumar] on simplicityhsd.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The aim of writing is to present the fundamentals of ground- water and tubewells. This book contains useful information and knowledge on 5/5(1). Monroe County, Pennsylvania - Groundwater Lake Monitoring, and Watershed Programs(updated) Pike County, Pennsylvania (updated) Newest Website: Water Quality Data for Your State Hydrological and Geological Evaluations in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Private Well Owner Program and Website Agrobusiness Private Well and Rural Water System Program.
WATER RESOURCES OF INDIANA COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA By Donald R. Williams, U.S. Geological Survey, and Whitney U-tests on ground-water-quality data, Indiana County, Pennsylvania.
96 IV. ILLUSTRATIONS Plates Water-quality analyses, well IN and spring Author: D.R. Williams, T.A. McElroy. Does the state of Pennsylvania regulate private homeowner wells.
The PA Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) does not regulate private wells. However, since DEP receives many questions from homeowners about their privately-owned wells, this page is designed to provide homeowners with information about the following: Well contaminants.
The Integrated Report is submitted to EPA, and is composed of the CWA Section (b) report of the water quality status of all surface waters and the Section (d) list of impaired waters. The Pennsylvania Integrated Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment Report was approved by EPA on January 10, Geological Survey (USGS) legacy data on water quality.
Wells in PaGWIS that have associated USGS water-quality data are those that The “SiteID” column numbers in the Site Info download packages can be used to retrieve water quality data for selected wells. If a well has a SiteID number, use that number to download USGS water quality data at.EPA's Office of Ground Water and Drinking Water.
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