3 edition of Geology and extent of the confined aquifers of Kent County, Delaware found in the catalog.
Geology and extent of the confined aquifers of Kent County, Delaware
Peter P. McLaughlin
|Statement||by Peter P. McLaughlin and Claudia C. Velez.|
|Series||Report of investigations -- no. 72, Report of investigations (Delaware Geological Survey) -- no. 72.|
|Contributions||Vélez, Claudia C., Delaware Geological Survey.|
|LC Classifications||QE95 .D4 2006, QE95 .D4 no. 72|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||2008354433|
KENT COUNTY, DELAWARE Bay Road, Dover, Delaware () -- FAX () "Serving Kent County With Pride". Preliminary integrated geologic map databases for the United States: Delaware, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Methodology. Detailed report of standardization procedures. GIS style files. Methods used to create several styles for lithology or geologic time.
Cenozoic Calcareous Nannofossil Biostratigraphy of the Dover Je Drillhole, Kent County, Delaware: Usgs Open-File Report [Laurel M. Bybell, Jean M. Self-Trail, Thomas G. Gibson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) is a scientific organization created in , and is part of the U.S. s: Thomas G. Gibson, Laurel M. Bybell. DELAWARE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Robert R. Jordan, State Geologist REPORT OF INVESTIGATIONS NO. 49 RESULTS OF THE COASTAL SUSSEX COUNTY, DELAWARE GROUND-WATER QUALITY SURVEY by A. Scott Andres AOio Oio9 0;,07,lhoo I ~OOI} (Iut) University ofDelaware Newark, Delaware February A'Cited by: 9.
Kent County Delaware United States Educational Attainment In Kent County, % of the population has attained a high school diploma or greater. This is similar to both the State and national averages at % and %, respectively. However, Kent. Kent County Comprehensive Plan. Regional Planning Commission Public Hearing: July 5, that aquifers that are categorized as “confined” in the southern portion of the County are not confined transmitting properties can determine the amount of water that recharges Delaware’s aquifers.
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Ground water comprises nearly all of the water supply in Kent County, Delaware. The confined aquifers of the area are an important part of this resource base. The aim of this study is to provide an up-to-date geologic framework for the confined aquifers of Kent County, with a focus on their stratigraphy and correlation.
Seven confined aquifers are used for water supply in Kent County. GEOLOGY AND EXTENT OF THE CONFINED AQUIFERS OF KENT COUNTY, DELAWARE Peter P.
McLaughlin and Claudia C. Velez ABSTRACT Ground water comprises nearly all of the water supply in Kent County, Delaware. The confined aquifers of the area are an important part of this resource base.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: McLaughlin, Peter P. (Peter Paul), Geology and extent of the confined aquifers of Kent County, Delaware. Confined Aquifers: Kent County, MD. LOCAL NUMBER WELL DEPTH: AQUIFER PERIOD OF RECORD: KE Be ft: Magothy Formation of Upper Cretaceous age: February to JulyDecemberFrom October Conditions as of Febru The map above is a Landsat satellite image of Delaware with County boundaries superimposed.
We have a more detailed satellite image of Delaware without County boundaries. Delaware Counties and. Geologic Framework and Groundwater Resources of the Aquifers of Southern DelawareAquifers of Southern Delaware A Presentation to the USGS MidA Presentation to the USGS Mid--Atlantic Atlantic WaterWater--Use Workshop, April 19Use Workshop, April, Pete McLaughlin Delaware Geological Survey, University of Delaware, Newark, DE The Piney Point aquifer is the only completely confined unit in Delaware.
It supplies 80 percent of industrial and municipal water used in Kent County (Leahy,p. 13). A natural ion-exchange process in the sediments (glauconitic greensands) enriches sodium in the water (Spoljaric, ).
Concentrations of sodium larger thanCited by: 1. The Thickness grids has m horizontal and 1-ft vertical resolutions. REFERENCES CITED Andres, A. S., and Klingbeil, A. D.,Thickness and transmissivity of the unconfined aquifer, eastern Sussex County, Delaware: Delaware Geological Survey Report of Investigations No.
70, 19 p., 1 plate. Abstract: The unconfined portion of the Columbia aquifer is a key hydrologic unit in Delaware, supplying water to many agricultural, domestic, industrial, public, and irrigation wells. The aquifer is recharged through infiltration of precipitation and is the source of fair-weather stream flow and water in deeper confined aquifers.
aquifer in southern New Castle County, Delaware near Middletown and Odessa, to the southernmost extent of the aquifer’s use in northern Kent County along an east-north-easterly line from Kenton to just south of Smyrna (fig.
This area has been determined in previous studies to be the major area of use of this aquifer (Dugan and others, ;Author: Judith M. Denver. Geology and extent of the confined aquifers of Kent County, Delaware / Folded color map in pocket. Also available on the World Wide Web.
Includes bibliographical references (p. Contributor: McLaughlin, Peter P. Date: The Delaware Geological Survey is the primary source of information about Delaware geology and hydrogeology, such as surface and sub-surface geologic rock formations, extent and quality of aquifers, stream and groundwater monitoring, water supply, earthquakes, floods and droughts, coastal processes (tides, beach erosion), topographic mapping.
Soil Survey of Kent County, Delaware [United States Bureau of Soils] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Unlike some other reproductions of classic texts (1) We have not used OCR(Optical Character Recognition). Delaware aquifers () and the general ground-water quality of the fresh-water aquifers of Delaware (). The Columbia (Pleistocene) deposits of Delaware were discussed by Jordan (, ).
The coastal sedimentary environments of the Lewes-Rehoboth Beach area have been outlined by Kraft (). A geologic. The ground-water resources of the White River basin in and near Delaware County, Indiana, were investigated by mapping the aquifers, calculating their hydraulic properties, determining the distribution of potentiometric head in the aquifers, and determining some of the components of the ground-water budget from data collected in the field.
This information was used to construct and calibrate a. Delaware County Karst Mapping Project Wraps Up. Aug —Since late summer ofthe Ohio Geological Survey has been locating and mapping karst formations (sinkholes and caverns) in western Delaware County and vicinity, including parts of Franklin, Marion, Morrow, and Union collaboration with the Delaware Soil & Water Conservation District and the Upper Scioto River.
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. Delaware (Leahy, ). It consists of green, fine to medium, glauconitic sand (Jordan, ). The Piney Point Formation is completely confined within the subsurface in Delaware (Sundstrom, ) and is unconformably separated from overlying aquifers by the lower clay layers of the Calvert Size: KB.
Category:Landforms of Kent County, Delaware Jump to Bodies of water in Kent County, Delaware (1 C, 6 P) Pages in category "Landforms of Kent County, Delaware" This category contains only the following page. This list may not reflect recent changes. Fork Branch Nature Preserve is located in central Kent County, Delaware (Figure ).
The Nature Preserve totals acres in one tract. All of the preserve is located within the Fork Branch watershed which is part of the larger St. Jones River watershed. Page 3 of 75 Fork Branch Nature Preserve- Vegetation Communities.
The state of water in Kent Kent Water Summit 26 June Introduction. Water is essential for human life and to sustain a diverse and thriving natural environment. It is important to our economy as an essential requirement for industry, power generation, commerce and Size: KB.Geologic units in Delaware county, Pennsylvania Wissahickon Formation (Probably lower Paleozoic) at surface, covers 26 % of this area Includes oligoclase-mica schist, some hornblende gneiss, some augen gneiss, and some quartz-rich and feldspar-rich members due to various degrees of granitization.ground water availability assessment for fractured rock aquifers in the delaware river basin ron sloto us geological survey pa water science center, exton office.
what is ground water detailed geology in the delaware river basin mapped fractured rock geologic units.