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Ground-water and surface-water interactions along Rapid Creek near Rapid City, South Dakota

Mark T. Anderson

Ground-water and surface-water interactions along Rapid Creek near Rapid City, South Dakota

by Mark T. Anderson

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Rapid City, S.D, Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- South Dakota -- Rapid City Region,
  • Runoff -- South Dakota -- Rapid City Region,
  • Aquifers -- South Dakota -- Rapid City Region,
  • Hydrogeology -- South Dakota -- Rapid City Region

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    Other titlesGround water and surface water interactions along Rapid Creek near Rapid City, South Dakota
    Statementby Mark T. Anderson, Daniel G. Driscoll, and Joyce E. Williamson ; prepared in cooperation with the city of Rapid City and the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish, and Parks
    SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 98-4214
    ContributionsDriscoll, Daniel G, Williamson, Joyce E, Rapid City (S.D.), South Dakota. Dept. of Game, Fish, and Parks, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 99 p. :
    Number of Pages99
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13567888M
    OCLC/WorldCa41141358

    The validity of science for decision-making related to threatened and endangered species of the Platte River Basin depends on a fundamental understanding of the resources of the region, the nature of science, and the policies developed to address species consideration of environmental concerns must begin with the recognition that various natural processes and . Colorado's Northern High Plains and Camp Creek Designated Ground Water Basin Boundaries: Hydrology Really Does Matter. Kenneth L. Wahl. pp. 29 - 38 Interactions between the Surface Water and Groundwater of the Red River in Hanoi, Vietnam. Thuy Thanh South Dakota. D. Dante Fernandez and Jared K. Oswald. pp. - Implementation of.

    Cripple Crawfish sinkhole, a karst feature in the creekbedof Onion Creek. A water vortex indicates rapid infiltration of water into the Barton Springs segment. historically there was a goat ranch near this well (D. Johns, City of Austin, written comm., ), and agricultural runoff is a known source of NO3 in ground water. collected at. Wyoming Water Research Program Annual Technical Report FY 1. West River Ag Center, South Dakota State University, Rapid City, SD, and Cody L. Wright, Associate Prof., Dept. of Animal and Range Sciences, South Dakota State University, Legal Analysis of Ground Water and Surface Water Conjunctive Management Within theFile Size: 8MB.

    Full text of "Technical guide to Managing Ground Water Resources" See other formats. The third KIG workshop was held September , , in Rapid City, South Dakota, nearby to karst features in ev apori te s and limestones of the Madison Group in the Black Hills of South Dakota, including Wind Cave National Park and Jewel Cave National Monument The workshop also included a featured presentation by Thomas Casadevall, Central.


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Ground-water and surface-water interactions along Rapid Creek near Rapid City, South Dakota by Mark T. Anderson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Anderson, Mark T. (Mark Theodore), Ground-water and surface-water interactions along Rapid Creek near Rapid City, South Dakota.

Anderson MT, Driscoll DG, Williamson JE () Ground-water and surface-water interactions along Rapid Creek near Rapid City, South Dakota. US Geol Surv Water Resour Invest Rep 98– Google ScholarCited by: Analysis of Ground-Water Flow in the Madison Aquifer using Fluorescent Dyes Injected in Spring Creek and Rapid Creek near Rapid City, South Dakota.

the direction of flow between groundwater and surface water along Fountain Creek. Stable-isotope ratios are affected by temperature, altitude, distance inland, latitude, Ground-water and surface-water interactions along Rapid Creek near Rapid City, evaporation, and other environmental conditions (Kendall and Coplen, ; Coplen, ).

Waters recharged at differentFile Size: 31MB. Putnam LD, Long AJ () Analysis of ground-water fl ow in the Madison aquifer using fl uorescent dyes injected in Spring Creek and Rapid Creek near Rapid City, South Dakota.

Radium isotopes have been used to determine groundwater inflow into a stream near Rapid City, South Dakota (Kraemer et al., in prep.). The area is located in western South Dakota, along the eastern flank of the Black Hills adjacent to and including the City of Rapid City (Figure ).Rapid Creek is a major tributary to the Cheyenne River, draining about square.

Scientists and practitioners agree that integrated water resource management is necessary, with an increasing need for research at the regional scale ( to km2).

At this scale interactions between environmental and human systems are fully developed and global change is linked to local actions. The groundwater-surface water interaction (GW-SW) is of Cited by: >S-EPA United States Environmental Protection Agency Solid Waste and Emergency Response Washington, DC (G) EPA//R/ July Proceedings of the Ground-Water/ Surf ace-Water Interactions Workshop.

Groundwater -- Utah. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Groundwater; Groundwater -- United States; Utah; Filed under: Groundwater -- Utah. Ground water.

WRI Ground-water quality near an inactive landfill and sludge-spreading area, Tallahassee, Florida, by M.P. Berndt. WRI Hydraulic properties of the Madison Aquifer System in the Western Rapid City Area, South Dakota, by E.A. Greene. Table of Contents I.

Introduction 1 II. Methods for Measuring Nonpoint Source Contaminated Ground-Water Discharge to Surface Water 4 A. Studies involving use of seepage meters or mini-piezometers to measure ground-water discharge to surface water 4 B. Ground-water quality sampling and measurements of ground- water flow to estimate loading to surface water 24 C.

_____Quality of water and time of travel in Little Copian Creek near Crystal Springs, Mississippi: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report31 p. _____Quality of water and time of travel in Bakers Creek near Clinton, Mississippi: U.S.

Geological Survey Open-File Report55 p. Eve L. Kuniansky has served as the Southeastern Region Groundwater Specialist sinceproviding technical assistance to groundwater projects and data collection throughout the southeastern USA, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin has always liked science and nature and earned a degree in physics from Franklin and Marshall College in and Bachelor of.

Geochemistry of the Madison and Minnelusa aquifers in the Black Hills area, South Dakota / (Rapid City, SD: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Information Services [distributor], ), by Cheryl A.

Naus, Janet M. Carter, Daniel G. Driscoll, Geological Survey (U.S.), West Dakota Water Development District (S.D.

Flynn, J.L., and Barber, L.B.,Quality of ground water and surface water in an area of individual sewage disposal system use near Barker Reservoir, Nederland, Colorado, August -September U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report8 p. Menheer, M.A., and Brigham, M.E.,Ground-water sampling methods and quality-control data for the Red River of the North Basin, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota, U.S.

Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report34 p. Paul's research and monitoring work has included many national-scale studies such as acid rain studies, Grand Canyon flood reconstruction studies, paleoclimate and paleoenvironmental pollution studies on the glaciers of Wyoming, aquatic cycling of mercury and climate change studies as far south as the Florida Everglades and as far north as the Yukon River Basin, Alaska.

MODFLOW, the U.S. Geological Survey Modular Ground-water Model-the Ground-water Flow Process: U.S. Geological Survey Techniques and Methods 6-A Harder etal., Modeling monthly water budget of a first order coastal forested by: This guide discusses how groundwater is formed, regulated and used in Colorado.

It explores the factors threatening groundwater supplies in some areas. Karst landscapes developed by the dissolution of underlying soluble rock, typically carbonates, are found on ~20 percent of the world’s ice-free land surface (Ford and Williams,p.

5), make up more than a fifth of the land area of the United States (Weary and Doctor, ), and are vital aquifer systems for municipal water (Stevanovic, ). Any city west of the Rockies is somewhat near a fault. Seattle, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Albuquerque, and El Paso are all near faults.

Yellowstone Park is also near a fault. The Big Island of Hawaii has earthquakes because the recently cooled lava shelf can .Research on Ground- and Surface-Water ContaminationLeakage and fracture permeability in the Cretaceous shales confining the Dakota aquifer in South Dakota, in Jorgenson, D.G., and D.F., and Godsy, E.M.,Depletion of nitrogen-bearing explosives wastes in a shallow ground-water plume near Hawthorne, Nevada, in Morganwalp, D.Lakes interact with ground water in one of three basic ways: (1) some receive ground water inflow throughout their entire bed; (2) some have seepage loss to ground water throughout their entire bed; and (3) others, perhaps most, receive ground water inflow through part of their bed and have seepage loss to ground water through other parts.