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Geochemistry of the northern Atlantic coastal plain aquifer system
LeRoy L. Knobel
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by U.S. Geological Survey, Information Services in Washington, Denver, CO
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 27-33).
|Statement||by LeRoy L. Knobel, Francis H. Chapelle, and Harold Meisler.|
|Series||Regional aquifer-system analysis--northern Atlantic coastal plain, U.S. Geological Survey professional paper ;, 1404-L|
|Contributions||Chapelle, Frank., Meisler, Harold.|
|LC Classifications||GB857.2.A85 K56 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||94028618|
Apparent groundwater ages along two flow paths in the upper Patapsco aquifer of the Maryland Atlantic Coastal Plain, USA, were estimated using 14C, 36Cl and 4He data. Most of the ages range from modern to about ka, with one sample at km downgradient from the recharge area dated by radiogenic 4He accumulation at more than one Ma. Last glacial maximum (LGM) water was located about 20 km. depression is found in the coastal area of Atlantic County centered on Ventnor City that is attributable to pumpage in the overlying Atlantic City foot sand aquifer. The mg/l isochlor in the Piney Point aquifer is estimated to occur in northern Cape May and coastal Atlantic County (dePaul and others, ). Water levels in the northern.
Abstract: Sediments of Cretaceous to Holocene age compose the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system in an area of 50, square miles from North Carolina to New York. The aquifer system is the principal source of water supply for most of the area. About billion gallons are withdrawn each day. Increasing pumpage has create~ problems such as declining water levels, saltwater. The Floridan aquifer is a regional, karst (carbonate) groundwater system that underlies Florida and the Coastal Plain portions of Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina (Johnston and Miller, ; Fig. 1).Extensive portions of the regional aquifer are submerged beneath the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean, extending to the margin of the continental shelf (platform/plateau, not shown in Fig. 1).
Sustainability of groundwater supplies in the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system Title from caption. At head of title: Water Availability and Use Science Program. "July " Includes bibliographical references (panel ). The highest concentrations of combined radium were in the Mid-Continent and Ozark Plateau Cambro-Ordovician aquifer system and the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain. More than 20 percent of sampled wells in these aquifers had combined radium concentrations that were greater than or equal to the MCL.
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Knobel. Sediments of the northern Atlantic Coastal Plain comprise a complex multiaquifer flow system. On a large scale (greater than square miles) ground water in this system evolves from predominantly calcium magnesium bicarbonate water with a low dissolved-solids content and low pH, near outcrop-recharge areas, to predominantly sodium bicarbonate water with a high-dissolved solids content and.
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[LeRoy L Knobel; Frank Chapelle; Harold Meisler; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. A regional assessment of untreated groundwater in the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system in the eastern United States is now available from the U.S.
Geological Survey. The NACP aquifer system ranks seventh in the nation as a source of groundwater for public supply, providing about million gallons per day for this use. Geochemistry of the northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system / by LeRoy L.
Knobel, Francis H. Chapelle, and Harold Meisler. (Regional aquifer-system analysis northern Atlantic Coastal Plain) (U.S. Geological Survey pro fessional paper ; L) Includes bibliographical references. Supt. of Docs.
no.: IL 1. Water. The Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain includes three principal aquifers: (1) the Coastal Lowlands Aquifer System (CLA) on the Gulf coast; (2) the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain Aquifer System (NACP); and (3) the Southeastern Coastal Plain Aquifer System (SECP) on the Atlantic coast (DeSimone et al., ; U.S.
Geological Survey, ).For this analysis, the NACP and SECP are. A total of raw-water samples (before treatment) were collected from 15 principal and other major aquifer systems (PAs) used for drinking water in.
Estifanos Haile, Alan E. Fryar, Chemical evolution of groundwater in the Wilcox aquifer of the northern Gulf Coastal Plain, USAEvolution chimique de l’eau souterraine dans l’aquifère de Wilcox du Nord de la Plaine Cotière du Golf, Etats-Unis d’AmériqueEvolución química de las aguas subterráneas en el acuífero Wilcox del norte de la llanura costera del Golfo, EEUU.
Digital geospatial datasets of the extents and top elevations of the regional hydrogeologic units of the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system from Long Island, New York, to northeastern North Carolina were developed to provide an updated hydrogeologic framework to support analysis of groundwater resources.
The 19 regional hydrogeologic. D2 REGIONAL AQUIFER-SYSTEM ANALYSIS NORTHERN ATLANTIC COASTAL PLAIN 80° 75°, MASSAcillS!J VI CONNECTICUT BASE ENLARGED FROM U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY NATIONAL ATLAS, FIGURE 1. Location of the northern Atlantic Coastal Plain.
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Coastal Plain and is a product of a comprehensive regional study to define the geology. hydrology. and geochemistry of the northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system extending from North Carolina to Long Island. New York. The Virginia Coastal Plain consists of an eastward-thickening wedge.
Hydrology of the Southeastern Coastal Plain aquifer system in South Carolina and parts of Georgia and North Carolina. U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper E, 83 pp. This report defines the hydrogeologic framework of the Virginia Coastal Plain and is a product of a comprehensive regional study to define the geology, hydrology, and geochemistry of the northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system extending from Author: Andrew a.
Meng, John F. Harsh. Knobel's 25 research works with citations and 1, reads, including: Review of the Transport of Selected Radionuclides in the Interim Risk Assessment for the Radioactive Waste. James R. Degnan, Bruce D. Lindsey, Joseph P.
Levitt, Zoltan Szabo, The relation of geogenic contaminants to groundwater age, aquifer hydrologic position, water type, and redox conditions in Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain aquifers, eastern and south-central USA, Science of The Total Environment, /env,( Machine-learning models to map pH and redox conditions in groundwater in a layered aquifer system, Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain, eastern USA Article Full-text available.
"Groundwater Resources Program." Includes bibliographical references. Book/Printed Material Hydrogeology and hydrologic conditions of the northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system from Long Island, New York, to North Carolina /. Four local‐scale sites in areas with similar corn (Zea mays L.) and soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] agriculture were studied to determine the effects of different hydrogeologic settings of the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain (NACP) on the transport of nutrients and pesticides in gs ranged from predominantly well‐drained soils overlying thick, sandy surficial aquifers to.
Sediments of Cretaceous to Holocene age compose the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system in an area of 50, square miles in parts of New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina.
The aquifer system is a major source of water supply in the area. About billion gallons is withdrawn from its aquifers each day.Francis H. Chapelle, Peter B. McMahon, Geochemistry of dissolved inorganic carbon in a Coastal Plain aquifer.
1. 1. Sulfate from confining beds as an oxidant in microbial CO2 production, Journal of Hydrology, /(91), (), ().Sediments of Cretaceous to Holocene age compose the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system in an area of 50, square miles in parts of New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina.
The aquifer system is a major source of water supply in the area.