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Reconnaissance of ground-water resources in the Mississippian Plateau region, Kentucky

Brown, Richmond F.

Reconnaissance of ground-water resources in the Mississippian Plateau region, Kentucky

by Brown, Richmond F.

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Kentucky -- Mississippian Plateau.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R.F. Brown and T.W. Lambert ; prepared in cooperation with the Commonwealth of Kentucky, University of Kentucky, Kentucky Geological Survey, and the Department of Economic Development.
    SeriesGeological Survey water-supply paper -- 1603
    ContributionsLambert, T. William, 1929-, Geological Survey (U.S.), Kentucky Geological Survey., Kentucky. Dept. of Economic Development.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 58 p. :
    Number of Pages58
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22968060M

    Ground-water resources of Wheeler and eastern Gray Counties, Texas, , Open-File Report Preliminary structure map of the Midway quadrangle, central Kentucky, , Open-File Report A reconnaissance of the quality of water resources in Lake Dicie and West Crooked Lake near Eustis, Florida, , Open-File Report Numbered Series/Open-File Report/ Ground-Water Quality in the Appalachian Plateaus, Kanawha River Basin, West Virginia. By Charlynn J. Sheets and Mark D. Kozar. Abstract. Water samples collected from 30 privately-owned and small public-supply wells in the Appalachian Plateaus of the Kanawha River Basin were analyzed for a wide range of constituents, including bacteria, major ions, nutrients, trace elements, radon, pesticides

    COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus Kentucky Geological Survey: Problems of rising ground-water levels in urban areas with special reference to the Louisville, Kentucky area / (Louisville, Ky.: U.S. Geological Survey ; Lakewood, CO: Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch, U.S. Geological Survey, ), also by Douglas V. Whitesides, Douglas D. Zettwoch, Robert ?key=Kentucky Geological Survey.

      The region centered around Madisonville is the Western Coal Field, a topographic as well as a structural basin. The country is a dissected plateau with rolling hills and moderately wide valleys. An outstanding feature of this region, as well as of the Jackson Furchase, is the ?article=&context=ktc_researchreports. Quinlan, J. F., and R. O. Ewers, b, Ground water flow in the Mammoth Cave area, Kentucky, with emphasis on principles, contaminant dispersal, instrumentation for monitoring water quality, and other methods for study, in Environmental Problems in Karst Terrains and Their Solutions: Field Trip A, J. F. Quinlan, ed., Dublin, Ohio: National


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Reconnaissance of ground-water resources in the Mississippian Plateau region, Kentucky by Brown, Richmond F. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Reconnaissance of Ground-Water Resources in the Mississippian Plateau Region Kentucky GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER Prepared in cooperation with the Commonwealth of Kentucky, University of Kentucky, Kentucky Geological Survey, and the Department of Economic Development * * «B»".

^ swim Reconnaissance of ground-water resources in the Mississippian Plateau region, Kentucky Water Supply Paper By: R.F. Brown and T.W.

Lambert Additional Physical Format: Online version: Brown, Richmond F. (Richmond Flint), Reconnaissance of ground-water resources in the Mississippian Plateau region, ://   RECONNAISSANCE OF GROUND-WATER RESOURCES IN THE EASTERN COAL FIELD REGION, KENTUCKY By W.

PRICE, JR., D. MULL, and CHABOT KILBURN ABSTRACT In the Eastern Coal Field region of Kentucky, water is obtained from con­ solidated sedimentary rocks ranging in age from Devonian to Pennsylvanian   Field region of Kentucky.

LOCATION AND EXTENT OF REGION For convenience in reconnaissance study of the ground-water re­ sources, the Commonwealth of Kentucky has been divided into five regions of more or less distinctive geology and physiography, as follows: Eastern Coal Field, Bluegrass, Mississippian Plateau, West­   2 GROUND WATER, BLUE GRASS REGION, KENTUCKY LOCATION AND EXTENT OF AREA For convenience in making the ground-water reconnaissances, the State of Kentucky has been divided into five regions of more or less distinctive geology and physiography.

These regions are as follows: Eastern Coal Field, Blue Grass region, Mississippian Plateau, West­   Water-resource publications of the Kentucky Geological Survey may be viewed at the Water Research Library on the Kentucky Geological Survey's Web site.

Previous -- Next -- Back to "Groundwater Resources in Kentucky"   Taylor, C.J.,Delineation of ground-water basins and recharge areas for municipal water supply springs in a karst aquifer system in the Elizabethtown area, northern Kentucky: U.S.

Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation22   Quinlan, J.F., McCann, M.R., Andrews, W.M., and Branstetter, J.A., Heavy metals and optical brighteners as ground water tracers in the central Kentucky karst; implications concerning regional hydrology--Les metauxlourds et les avivages optiques comme traceurs d'eau souterraine dans le karst du Kentucky central; les implications relatif a Reconnaissance of ground-water resources in the Mississippian Plateau region, Kentucky,Water Supply Paper Reconnaissance study of the chemical quality of surface waters in the Sacramento River Basin, California,Water Supply Paper Q Numbered Series/Water Supply Paper/   Water Quality.

Maps and Data. Additional Reading. References Cited. Definitions of Geologic Terms. Rock Descriptions: Brown, C.J.,The effects of ground water recharge on nitrate N concentrations in a conduit dominated carbonate aquifer, the Sinking Valley ground water basin, south central In the Eastern Coal Field region of Kentucky, water is obtained from consolidated sedimentary rocks ranging in age from Devonian to Pennsylvanian and from unconsolidated sediments of Quaternary age.

About 95 percent of the area is underlain by shale, sandstone, and coal of Pennsylvanian age. Principal factors governing the availability of water in the region are depth, topographic location   Ground water recharge means “progress insurance” in Orange County, Reconnaissance of ground-water resources in the Mississippian Plateau region of Kentucky.

U.S. Geol. Surv. Water Supply Paper 58p. Review in Cave Notes, Vol. pp. Get this from a library. Reconnaissance of ground-water resources in the Mississippian Plateau region, Kentucky. [Richmond F Brown; T Wm Lambert; Kentucky. Department of Economic Development.; Kentucky Geological Survey.; Geological Survey (U.S.),] Zurawski, Ann,Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground-water resources-Tennessee region: U.S.

Geological Survey Professional Paper L, 35 p. Appalachian Plateaus aquifers. Bloyd, R.W., Jr.,Summary appraisals of the nation's ground-water resources-Ohio region: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper A, 41 ://   Reconnaissance of ground-water resources in the Mississippian Plateau region of Kentucky.

U.S. G&oL Surv. Water Supply Paper 58p. Review in Cave Notes, Vol. Crooke. Howard W., John M. Toups. and ____. Ground water recharge means "progress insurance" In Orange County, California   Association of Ground Water Scientists and Engineers Reconnaissance of ground-water resources in the Mississippian Plateau region of Kentucky.

U.S. Geol. Surv. Water Supply Paper 58p. Review in Cave Notes, Vol. Water Resources Research, Vol.pp. Review in Caves and Karst, Vol.pp.

Mississippi Valley-Ozark Region of the National Speleological Society. Chairman's Conservation Award. Reconnaissance of ground-water resources in the Mississippian Plateau region of Kentucky. U.S. Geol. Surv. Water Supply Paper 58p. Review in Cave Notes, Vol. pp. Ground-water reconnaissance in the Burnt River valley, Baker County, Oregon,Open-File Report Ground-water resources of Al Mayah area, Tripolitania, United Kingdom of Libya,Open-File Report Gamma-ray logs from central Bluegrass Region, Kentucky Numbered Series/Open-File Report/   Region (Hendrickson and Krieger, ; Faust, ), Eastern Kentucky Coal Field (Price and others, ), and the Mississippian Plateau Region (Brown and Lambert, ), herein referred to as the Eastern and Western Pennyroyal Regions.

These reports consid-ered major and minor inorganic ions and nitrate; other. Brown, R. F., and T. W. Lambert,Reconnaissance of ground water resources in the Mississippian Plateau region, Kentucky, U.S Role of vertical shafts in the movement of groundwater in carbonate aquifers, Ground Water 10 (6): 5Hydrogeology of the Mammoth Cave region, Kentucky, in GSA Cincinnati ‘81 Field Trip   Ten variables were examined using non parametric statistical tests (Mann-Whitney U and χ 2) to evaluate the influence of these variables on ground water supply in the Centerville Quadrangle, les found to be significant were those directly related to lithology (wellhead stratigraphy and well-bottom stratigraphy) and those interpreted as being strongly influenced by lithology Brown RF, Lambert TW () Reconnaissance of ground-water resources in the Mississippian Plateau region, Kentucky.

U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply Paper58 p + 16 plates Google Scholar Brucker RW, Hess JW, White WB () Role of vertical shafts in movement of ground water in carbonate ://