2 edition of Effects of ground-water pumping in parts of Liberty and McIntosh Counties, Georgia, 1966-70 found in the catalog.
Effects of ground-water pumping in parts of Liberty and McIntosh Counties, Georgia, 1966-70
Richard E. Krause
Bibliography: p. 15.
|Statement||by Richard E. Krause.|
|Series||[Georgia. Dept. of Mines, Mining and Geology] Information circular, 45, Information circular (Georgia. Earth and Water Division) ;, 45.|
|LC Classifications||TN24.G4 A28 no. 45, GB1025.G4 A28 no. 45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||73622051|
Effects of pumping on ground-water flow near water-supply wells in the lower Potomac-Raritan-Magothy aquifer, Pennsauken Township, Camden County, New Jersey. West Trenton, N.J.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Branch of Information Services [distributor], (OCoLC) Material Type. Individual wells may have little effect on streamflow depletion, but small effects of many wells pumping within a basin can combine to produce substantial effects on streamflow and aquatic habitats. Basinwide groundwater development typically occurs over a period of several decades, and the resulting cumulative effects on streamflow depletion.
Two similar images. Image A is under natural conditions while image B shows the effect of pumping. Both diagrams show the same piece of land with a lake on the right, a stream on the left, a ground-water divide at a water table, with a surface-water divide right above it, and a confining unit beneath the groundwater flow. About , more people live in Bucks and Montgomery counties than in -- the first full year the pump was in operation. "Farms are being .
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EFFECTS OF GROUND-WATER PUMPING IN PARTS OF LIBERTY AND MclNTOSH COUNTIES, GEORGIA, By Richard E. Krause ABSTRACT Industrial pumping near Riceboro has lowered the ground-water level enough to cause many wells, including some at Harris Neck and Blackbeard Island National Wildlife Refuges, to stop flowing.
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The simulated water-level changes indicate an area of influence that extends into parts of Bryan, Bulloch, Chatham, Effingham, Liberty, and McIntosh Counties, Ga., and Jasper and Beaufort Counties.
Effects of Pumping Wells. Groundwater is accessed for use either by pumping from wells drilled into the aquifer in the subsurface (Figure 33), or by developing natural springs, where the potentiometric surface intersects the land surface (Big Spring in Bellefonte, PA is one example of a relatively large spring that is used for municipal supply).
predictions of water level and streamflow reductions in response to pumping stresses, and appear to reasonably reflect hydrologic reality.
The flow models indicate irrigation pumping may cause large impacts on the region’s lakes and streams. In parts of the Central Sands, modeling predicts up to feet of water table and lake level. PDF | This paper describes the recovery, on-site nondestructive mechanical breaching, and chemical neutralization of munitions recovered from an | Find, read and cite all the research you need.
These activities can have significant effect on the hydrologic processes of the area. In Chatham, Bryan, Liberty and McIntosh Counties alone, o acres of forested wetlands have been converted to other land uses since (NARSAL, ). Studies by Wildrick (; ) indicate that ground-water pumping for irrigation reduces discharge from the springs, and thereby, reduces streamflow along several reaches of Sinking Creek.
Inmost of the stream was dry nearly all year. A related effect of groundwater pumping is the lowering of groundwater levels below the depth that streamside or wetland vegetation needs to survive.
The overall effect is a loss of riparian vegetation and wildlife habitat. LAND SUBSIDENCE. The basic cause of land subsidence is a loss of support below ground. In other words, sometimes when. Some of the negative effects of ground-water depletion include increased pumping costs, deterioration of water quality, reduction of water in streams and lakes, or land subsidence.
Such effects, while variable, happen to some degree with any ground-water use. The lesson introduces the idea of a water footprint, then discusses infiltration, groundwater storage and flow, and pumping. The effects of pumping are also covered, including land subsidence and.
James G. Speight, in Natural Water Remediation, Pump and treat. Pump and treat is a common method for cleaning up groundwater contaminated with dissolved chemicals, including industrial solvents, metals, and fuel oil.
Groundwater is pumped from wells to an above-ground treatment system that removes the contaminants. Surface-water bodies and aquifers are normally connected and it is widely recognised they should be treated as one entity.
Numerous studies were done to analyse the effect of groundwater pumping on nearby streams, however, little is known on the differences of effects between surface-water take and a pumping well of equal rate.
The question, which often arises by water resources. Ground water is the sole source of freshwater on the North Fork of Long Island. Future demands for the limited freshwater supply during a prolonged drought could cause drawdowns that induce saltwater intrusion and render the supply unusable.
The freshwater system on the North Fork contains several localized, hydraulically isolated aquifers bounded by salty water. The water levels in aquifers is not often a constant.
Groundwater levels first are dependent on recharge from infiltration of precipitation so when a drought hits the land surface it can impact the water levels below ground, too.
Likewise, many aquifers, especially those which don't have abundant recharge, are affected by the amount of water being pumped out of local wells. This study deals with the water quality evaluation of the groundwater resources in the Dead Sea basin in Jordan.
The study area is located in central part of Jordan and covers an area of about km importance of this study is to identify the different environmental conditions associated with the increase of population, depletion of groundwater and irrigation activities.
DETERMINING THE RIGHT PUMP FOR THE VISCOSITY. When the viscosity is known along with the other operating parameters, the type of pump to use can be determined. In general, a centrifugal pump is suitable for low viscosity fluids since the pumping action generates high liquid shear.
Groundwater is a major source for drinking and domestic purposes. Nowadays, extensive pumping has become a major issue of concern since pumping has led to rapid decline in the groundwater table, thus imposing landward gradient, leading to saline water intrusion especially in coastal areas.
Groundwater pumping has seen its utmost effect on coastal aquifer systems, where .Figure C In a schematic hydrologic setting where ground water discharges to a stream under natural conditions (A), placement of a well pumping at a rate (Q 1) near the stream will intercept part of the ground water that would have discharged to the stream (B).If the well is pumped at an even greater rate (Q 2), it can intercept additional water that would have discharged to the stream in.Ground Water: The country ground water is being used for domestic, industrial, and irrigation purpose.
It is estimated that the Terai region has a potential of about 12 billion m3 of groundwater, with an estimate annual recharge of to billion m3 (the maximum that may be extracted annually without any adverse effect).