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Summary appraisals of the Nation"s ground-water resources--Souris-Red-Rainy Region

Harold O. Reeder

Summary appraisals of the Nation"s ground-water resources--Souris-Red-Rainy Region

by Harold O. Reeder

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Groundwater -- United States.,
    • Water-supply -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 25.

      Statementby Harold O. Reeder.
      SeriesGeological Survey professional paper ; 813-K, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 813-K.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB1015 .R43
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 25 p. :
      Number of Pages25
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4693613M
      LC Control Number77608353

      Summary appraisals of the nation's ground-water resources—Alaska: USGS Professional Paper P, , 28 pp. Very good condition. Ground water in the permafrost regions of Alaska: USGS Professional Paper , , Rating: % positive. Bloyd, R.M., Jr., , Summary appraisals of the Nation’s ground-water resources--Ohio Region: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper A. Boning, C.W., , Preliminary evaluation of flood frequency relations in the urban areas of Memphis, Ten- nessee: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report

      USGS FORMAL BOOK SERIES. Annual Reports to the Secretary of the Interior; Bulletins; P C. Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground-water resources—Upper Colorado region, P G. Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground-water resources—Great Basin region, by T.E. Eakin, Don Price, and J.R. Harrill. 37 p. 1 pl. Summary appraisals of the nation s ground water resources; Tennessee Region. p. U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper L. Return to Home Page Home Page SAAESD Electronic document prepared by: D.L. Nofziger, Oklahoma State University.

      Reeder, H.O. Summary Appraisals ofthe Nation's Groundwater Resources. Souris-Red­ Rainy Region. USGS Professional Paper K. Stoner, J.D. and Streitz, A.R. Locating Confined Aquifers in Glacial Drift with Seismic Reflection Methods, . Ground Water Red River Basin Bibliography. Adams, P.A., , Water resources publications of the Louisiana District of the U.S. Geological Survey, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development Water Resources Special Report No. 5, p. The U.S. Geological Survey conducts three types of water-resources activities in Louisiana - data collection, interpretive investigations.


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Summary appraisals of the Nation"s ground-water resources--Souris-Red-Rainy Region by Harold O. Reeder Download PDF EPUB FB2

Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground-water resources; Souris-Red-Rainy region. A broad-perspective analysis of the ground-water resources and present and possible future water development and management in the Souris-Red-Rainy Region is presented.

The region includes the basins of the Souris River within Montana and North Dakota; the Red River of the North in South Dakota.

D2 SUMMARY APPRAISALS OF THE NATION'S GROUND-WATER RESOURCES management. Although ground water comprised 21 per­ cent of the water used in the United States inplan­ ning for ground-water development has been limited to the municipal, water district, or private level, except for a few instances, and the impact of ground-waterCited by: An appraisal of the regional ground-water resource indicates the region could sustain an annual net pumpage of about million acre-feet (3, cubic hectometres).

Larger withdrawals could be sustained if only part of the pumped water was used consumptively, if conflicts with existing surface-water rights are resolved, and if extensive treatment, artificial recharge, and reuse of water prove feasible.

Get this from a library. Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground water resources, Ohio region. [Richard M Bloyd] -- Additional title page description: Ground-water development and management opportunities in the region. Summary appraisals of the nation's ground-water resources, South Atlantic-Gulf region.

[D J Cederstrom; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- "A summary of the occurrence and quality of ground water and its present and potential significance in the regional water supply.". The Pacific Northwest Region's ground-water reservoirs are capable of providing large additional fresh-water supplies; these reservoirs become more important as undeveloped surface-storage sites and unapportioned surface-water supplies dwindle.

Withdrawals of fresh water from all surface and underground sources are increasing; they may rise from the rate of 30 billion gallons per day in Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground-water resources; Tennessee region, including part of Tennessee and adjacent areas Open-File Report By: Ann Zurawski.

SUMMARY APPRAISALS OF THE NATION'S GROUND-WATER RESOURCES SOUTH ATLANTIC-GULF REGION By D. CEDERSTROM, E. BOSWELL, and G. TARVER ABSTRACT Precipitation in the ,square-mile South Atlantic-Gulf Re­ gion ranges from 44 to 80 inches, and the average runoff is about 15 inches.

The report is one of a series being published by the Geological Survey to document the Nation's ground-water resources, region by region, and to analyze the role of the resource in National water supply.

PHYSICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL, AND ECONOMIC SETTING. An appraisal of the regional ground-water resource indicates the region could sustain an annual net pumpage of about million acre-feet (3, cubic hectometres). Larger withdrawals could be sus­ tained if only part of the pumped water was used consumptively, if conflicts with existing surface-water rights are resolved, and if exten­.

Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground-water resources--Souris-Red-Rainy Region. [Harold O Reeder; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- Additional title page description: Ground water has a significant role in the regional water development of parts of Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota.

Item # Ground-water development and management opportunities in the region. 22 pages with maps, tables, and references.

Bound in original gray stiff paper covers printed in black. A very good plus copy. SUMMARY APPRAISALS OF THE NATION'S GROUND-WATER RESOURCES, UPPER MISSISSIPPI REGION: GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER B.

SUMMARY APPRAISALS OF THE NATION'S GRDUND-WATER RESOURCES - of a continuing program to evaluate the 'Tennessee Region' Y ground- water resource. Because of the interdepcriticnc.C of sround watcr and surfJcc warer.

In order to demonstrate that the Nation's ground water. Get this from a library. Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground-water resources--Caribbean region. [Fernando Gómez-Gómez; J E Heisel; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. Summary Appraisals of the Nation's Ground-Water Resources­ Souris-Red-Rainy Region By HAROLD 0.

REEDER GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER K Ground water has a significant role in the regional water development of parts of Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON Get this from a library.

Summary appraisals of the nation's ground-water resources--Great Lakes region. [William G Weist; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- Additional title page description: The role of ground water in the region's water-related problems. To quantify ‘wet’ a 28 year old capillary surface associated with a paleowater-table was mapped and used as a surrogate for the water table in a ground-water model.

Analysis of this model suggests mm year −1 of recharge is necessary to support the water table at the mapped elevations during the wet period. I I Summary appraisals of the nation’s ground-water resources mid-atlantic region I J Summary appraisals of the nation’s ground-water resources- great lakes region I K Summary appraisals of the nation’s ground water resources souris red rainy region.

Summary Appraisals of the Nations Ground -Water Resources. Binding tight. Arkansas White Red Region. This button is located just to the right of our User Id, "weloveallbooks.". This is the result of oxidation of both organic and iron impurities left behind during the paper making Rating: % positive.

Reeder, H.O.,Ground water in the Souris-Red-Rainey region: Unpublished report on file with U.S. Geological Survey in Mounds View, Minnesota, 44 p. Reeder, H.O.,Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground water resourcesSouris-Red-Rainey Region: U.S.

Geological Survey Professional Paper K, 25 p. Reeder, H.O. Summary Appraisals of the Nation's Groundwater Resources. Souris-Red-Rainy Region. USGS Professional Paper K. Stoner, J.D.

and Streitz, A.R. Locating Confined Aquifers in Glacial Drift with Seismic Reflection Methods, Western Minnesota. Abstract with Programs The Geological Society.Glaciers store water as snow and ice, releasing varying amounts of water into local streams depending on the season. But many are shrinking as a result of climate change.

River basins are a useful “natural unit” for the management of water resources and .Ground-Water Use in the Desert Southwest Ground water has long been a critical resource to humans in the Southwest.

The earliest access to ground water was Figure 3. Hydrology of a desert basin drained by a stream. Most recharge to the aquifer occurs at higher elevations, which receive more rainfall than lower elevations.