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Geohydrology of Carboniferous aquifers of the Michigan Basin
|Contributions||Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists. Great Lakes Section. Field Conference., Michigan Basin Geological Society.|
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The Delaware Basin study area includes four major aquifers: Capitan aquifer, Rustler Formation, Santa Rosa Sandstone (Dockum Group), and aquifers in the Cenozoic alluvium. Water from the Capitan aquifer is used for domestic and irrigation purposes in Eddy County, New Mexico, and for irrigation and industrial purposes in Texas. Available analyses indicate that dissolved solids concentrations. The Weiach borehole is located near the Rhine river, 25 km north-west of Zürich (Fig. 1a, b).We model He diffusivity of the Weiach cross section below the Buntsandstein aquifer ( to m, Fig. 2).The cross section consists of Permian and Carboniferous terrigenic sediments, mainly shales and sandstones, down to m; below the borehole intruded into the crystalline basement, from .
Grant Garven's 61 research works with 3, citations reads, including: Mantle helium along the Newport-Inglewood fault zone, Los Angeles basin, California: A leaking paleo-subduction zone. Basin papers deal with the sedimentology, stratigraphy, paleontology and petroleum geology of the Paleozoic rocks of Michigan. This section also includes papers that deal with non-petroleum resources hosted in Paleozoic rocks – salt, crushed rock, and bedrock aquifers. Papers on.
Geohydrology and water quality of stratified-drift aquifers in the middle Merrimack River basin, south-central New Hampshire / (Bow, N.H.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor], ), by Joseph D. Ayotte, Kenneth W. Toppin, Geological Survey. Sandwich Fault Zone Kankakee Arch Michigan Basin Kankakee Arch Illinois Basin LaSalle Anticlinal Belt Sandwich Fault Zone Section A-A Carboniferous Methane horizons, Aquifer horizons 55 miles •VLHC Alternatives. 3 TeV Project Dimensions Item Fermi Requirement • Geohydrology • Tunneling.
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Michigan State University East Lansing, MI Geohydrology of Carboniferous Aquifers of the Michigan Basin, D.B. Westjohn (ed.),24 th Annual Field Trip Guidebook, Great Lakes Section of the SEPM, 68 p.
$ Michigan Basin Geological Society c/o Department of Geological Sciences. Geohydrology of Carboniferous Aquifers of the Michigan Basin, D. Westjohn, 80 pp., illus., soft cover $10 •Road log and description of stops, by D. Westjohn •Geologic setting and hydrogeologic framework of Carboniferous rocks in the Michigan Basin, D.
Westjohn and T. Weaver. GEOHYDROLOGY AND WATER QUALITY OF KALAMAZOO COUNTY, MICHIGAN, By S.J. Rheaume USGS Water-Resources Investigations Report – Page 1 of 37 U.S.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report Prepared in cooperation with MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, GEOLOGICAL SURVEY DIVISION KALAMAZOO. Stratified-drift aquifers discontinuously underlie mi2 (square miles) of the Contoocook River Basin, which has a total drainage area of mi2.
Maps of these aquifers, showing water-table configurations, saturated thicknesses, and transmissivities were prepared from well and test-hole data and seismic-refraction profiles.
The distribution of stratified-drift aquifers is largely controlled. A study was done by the U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Water Resources Division, to describe the geohydrology and water quality of stratified-drift aquifers in the Middle Connecticut River Basin, west-central New Hampshire Stratified-drift aquifers discontinuously underlie mi2 (square miles) of the Middle Connecticut.
The Denver metropolitan area is underlain by shallow layers of water-bearing sediments (aquifers) consisting of unconsolidated gravel, sand, silt, and clay. The depth to water in these aquifers is less than 20 feet in much of the area, and the aquifers provide a ready source of water to numerous shallow, small-capacity wells.
The shallow depth to water also makes the aquifers susceptible to. Geohydrology, Yield, and Water Quality of Stratified-Drift Aquifers in the Pemigewasset River Basin, Central New Hampshire By JOHN E. COTTON and JOSEPH R. OLIMPIO U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report Prepared in cooperation with the NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, WATER RESOURCES DIVISION. Principal aquifers in the Republican River basin in Kansas are unconsolidated alluvial deposits.
One such aquifer is formed by the Ogallala Formation of Miocene age which covers most of the western part of the area. Because saturated thickness of the aquifer decrease northeastward, maximum yields to irrigation wells decrease in that direction from 2, to gallons per minute.
For over a decade, the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences faculty at Western Michigan University have been mapping and analyzing reservoir properties for freshwater bedrock aquifers in central Lower Michigan. These strata are primary water resource units for large populations throughout the state.
Pennsylvanian-aged, coarse-grained clastic rocks are important aquifers in. Books and Open-File Reports BoxFederal Center Building 81 Denver, Colorado The purpose of this report is to describe the geohydrology of the major aquifers and their susceptibility to contamination from the surface.
Geologic but also includes a small portion in the Tombigbee River drainage basin (fig. The area is. The sedimentary rock aquifers are good storage areas that can be drilled for domestic and industrial water supplies.
Because the sandstone and porous limestone layers of Michigan are in a saucerlike basin (i.e., the Michigan Basin), most of the Lower Peninsula does have the potential for springs and artesian, or naturally flowing, wells.
As the. Geohydrology of Carboniferous aquifers of the Michigan Basin - Geochemistry of ground water from near-surface bedrock and glacial-drift regional aquifers, Michigan Basin - Geological controls of distribution of freshwater in aquifers of the Michigan Basin.
REGIONAL AQUIFER-SYSTEM ANALYSIS—MIDWESTERN BASINS AND ARCHES C4 86° 84° 42° 40° 38° Base from U.S. Geological Survey digital data, , Basin boundaries from The National Atlas of the United States, Hydrologic Units map, , 0 20 0 20 40 60 KILOMETERS 40 60 MILES GEOHYDROLOGY Michigan C.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. The objective of this core workshop is to study middle Carboniferous (Late Mississippian through Early Pennsylvanian) rock strata captured in several shallow bedrock cores in the southern Michigan Basin in order to reevaluate lithostratigraphic and biostratigraphic relationships and determine the nature of geological controls on sedimentary basin evolution.
The Michigan River system passed through the Michigan basin region, depositing mostly fluviatile and upper delta-plain sediments there. The river system with its delta plain and widespread coal-swamp deposits repeatedly prograded into the shallow-marine environments of the Eastern Interior basin, where thin but widespread bioclastic carbonates.
contamination. The geohydrology and susceptibility to surface contamination of the major aquifers in A which includes Baldwin and Mobile Counties, are described in this report.
The major aquifers in the study area are the Pliocene-Miocene aquifer and the alluvial-coastal aquifer. The Pliocene-Miocene aquifer consists of the. Geology and the Environment: Man, Earth and Nature in Northwestern Lower Michigan, Special Papers #2: The Belle River Mills Gas Field: Productive Niagaran Reefs Encased by Sabkha Deposits, Michigan Basin, Geohydrology of Carboniferous Aquifers of the Michigan Basin.
Geohydrology of Carboniferous Aquifers of the Michigan Basin: Great Lakes Section Fall Field Conference, 23–24 September Lansing, Michigan Society for Sedimentary Geology. The authors conclude that the Marshall Formation and stray sandstone units are genetically related and reflect tectonic, eustatic, and climatic processes occurring in the Michigan Basin during the early Carboniferous.
The Marshall Sandstone is one of the important bedrock fresh-water aquifers around the margin of the Michigan Basin. Notice the Michigan Basin, the Keweenaw Fault, the Superior Syncline, the Kankakee, Findlay and Cincinnati Arches, and the three iron ranges of the UP.
The Wisconsin Dome is labelled the "Wisconsin Arch" on the map. Source: Unknown. And finally, the map below is a detailed depiction of the Paleozoic rocks of Michigan. Source: Unknown.THE MICHIGAN BASIN There is a marked contrast between the old, resistant Precambrian and Cambrian rocks of the western half of the Upper Peninsula and the sedimentary rocks of the rest of Michigan.
The limestones, sandstones and shales, which dominate the Michigan Basin of the lower peninsula, are approximately million years old, some.19 Michigan Basin 20 Edwards-Trinity 21 Midwestern basins and arches 22 Appalachian valleys and piedmont 23 Puget-Willamette Lowland 24 Southern California alluvial basins 25 Northern Rocky Mountain intermontane basins Figure 1.
Location of regional aquifer-system studies. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REGIONAL AQUIFER-SYSTEM ANALYSIS PROGRAM OF THE U.S.