2 edition of Ground-water basic data for Ramsey County, North Dakota found in the catalog.
Ground-water basic data for Ramsey County, North Dakota
R. D. Hutchinson
|Statement||by R. D. Hutchinson ; prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey in cooperation with the North Dakota Geological Survey ... [et al.].|
|Series||County ground-water studies ;, 26, pt. 2, Bulletin - North Dakota Geological Survey ; 71, pt. 2, Bulletin (North Dakota Geological Survey) ;, 71, pt. 2.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.), North Dakota Geological Survey.|
|LC Classifications||GB705.N9 A25 no. 26, pt. 2, GB1025.N9 A25 no. 26, pt. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||344 p. :|
|Number of Pages||344|
|LC Control Number||77621898|
Data & Maps. The Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has made many of our records available on-line for self-serve. The quickest and easiest way to find the records you are looking for is to search the databases, maps, and datasets located on this site. If you wish for more specific information related to a site or record please contact the Department for those records. GEOLOGY AND GROUND WATER RESOURCES OF STUTSMAN COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA Part 1 Geology By HAROLD A. WINTERS ABSTRACT Stutsman County, in south-central North Dakota, comprises about 2,30 0 square miles. The west part of the county is within the Coteau du Missouri, a part of the Missouri Plateau section of the Great Plains physiographic province.
North Dakota Geological Survey and the county ground-water studies series o f the North Dakota State Water Commission. Part I is an interpretive report describing the geology; part II (Croft, ) is a compilation of the ground-water basic data; and this report, part III, describes the ground-water . County Ground Water Studies. Studies of the groundwater of North Dakota counties are published jointly by the North Dakota Geological Survey as Bulletins and by the North Dakota State Water Commission as County Groundwater Studies. The table that follows indicates equivalent volumes for each county.
Dakota pollutant discharge elimination system. If review of data and public input indicates any detrimental water quality changes, appropriate actions will be taken by the department following procedures approved by the environmental protection agency. (North Dakota Antidegradation Implementation Procedure, Appendix IV.). These data are the complete digital hydrologic unit boundary layers for the entire state of North Dakota provided individually at the nested hierarchical units: 2-digit, 4-digit, 6-digit, 8-digit, digit and digit.
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Get this from a library. Ground-water basic data for Ramsey County, North Dakota. [R D Hutchinson; Geological Survey (U.S.); North Dakota Geological Survey.]. GROUND-WATER RESOURCES O F RAMSEY COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA By R.
Hutchinson and Robert L. Klausing ABSTRACT The quantity, quality, and movement of ground water in Ramsey County was determined by an evaluation of existing hydrologic data and data acquired through a program of test drilling and observation-well development.
Ground. Geology and ground water resources of Cass County, North Dakota Bulletin 47 Prepared by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation with the North Dakota State Water Commission, North Dakota Geological Survey, and Cass County Board of Commissioners; this report was also published as County Ground Water Studies 8.
by D. Hansen and T. Freers. The basic data were published in a report entitled "Geology and Ground Water Resources of Divide County, North Dakota, Part II, Ground Water Basic Data" by C. Armstrong (). Purpose and Scope The purpose of the investigation was to evaluate the quantity and quality o f ground water in Divide County.
In North Dakota, a large portion of the potable groundwater resource underlies agricultural areas. Prior to the inception of the Groundwater Monitoring Program inonly limited data was available to assess the impact of agricultural chemicals on the state's groundwater quality.
Statewide Ground-Water Real-Time Table Real-time data typically are recorded at minute intervals, stored onsite, and then transmitted to USGS offices every 1 to 4 hours, depending on the data relay technique used. Recording and transmission times may be more frequent during critical events.
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SOUTH DAKOTA Ground-Water Quality Ground water provides 77 Mgal/d (million gallons per day) for about 77 percent of South Dakota's population ofpeople (fig. The majority of the State's community wells, noncommun- ity wells, private wells are located near the more populated areas of South Dakota.
There is. group_key=county_cd&PARAmeter_cd=STATION_NM,DATETIME, Page Contact Information: North Dakota Water Data Maintainer Page Last Modified: EDT. Much of the basic data on which this interpretive report is based has been tabulated in an earlier report entitled "Geology and Ground Water Resources of Richland County, North Dakota, Part II, Basic Data." Another report -- "Geology and Ground Water Resources of Richland County, North Dakota.
data have been published in "Geology and Ground Water Resources of Eddy and Foster Counties, North Dakota, Part II, Ground Water Basic Data" (Trapp, ).
A report on the geology of the area was published as Part I of this series (Bluemle, ). This volume, Part III. This geological report of Williams County, North Dakota, is par t of a cooperative groundwater project by the North Dakota Geological Survey, the North Dakota State Water Commission, and the Unite d States Geological Survey.
In addition to this report, a compilation of ground-water basic data (Part II) and a report of the hydrology (Part. Ground-water data for Emmons County were included in a report by Simpson () on the ground-water resources of North Dakota.
Abbott and Voedisch () discussed the municipal ground-water supplies of Nort h Dakota, including those supplies from Emmons County, and tabulated chemi-cal analyses of ground water used by the cities and villages. Map showing locations of data-collection sites in Towner County, North Dakota (in pocket) Figure 1.
Map showing location of county ground-water studies in North Dakota 2 2. Diagram showing location-numbering system 3 TABLES Table 1. Records of wells and test holes 1 5 2.
Water levels in selected wells 25 3. Logs of selected wells and test. The author conducting shallow gas field screening on a shallow, ground-water observation well located in Burleigh County, North Dakota. Reports of Investigation RI Reference Logs for Cretaceous Formations in North Dakota, LeFever, Richard, D.,Available in paper map format.
Ground-water data for Ransom and Sargent Counties were included by Simpson () in a report on the geology and ground-water resources o f North Dakota. Abbott and Voedisch () discussed the municipal ground-water supplies of North Dakota, including those in Ransom and Sargent Coun.
Resources of Cass County, North Dakota, Part II, Ground Water Basic Data. "However, 43 well logs that were collected since publication of the basi c data report are included as an appendix to this report. Another report— "Geology and Ground Water Resources of Cass County, North Dakota, Part.
There sites with groundwater-level measurements. Choose at least one of the following criteria to constrain the number of sites selected. records of streamﬂow, ground-water levels, and quality of water provide the hydrologic information needed by Federal, State, local agencies, and the private sector for developing and managing land and water resources in North Dakota.
The records are contained in 2 volumes: Volume 1. Surface-Water Data Volume 2. Ground-Water Data. The ND State Water Commission's mission is "Stewardship of North Dakota's water resources." SWC addresses several critical water development issues, including developing Missouri River water, developing adequate water supplies for eastern North Dakota, financing future water development, and balancing the public interest and the public trust.
Guide to North Dakota's Ground-Water Resources United States Geological Survey ~ Exposure of unconsolidated rocks (sand and gravel) in Griggs County, eastern North Dakota.
Where saturated, deposits such as these form some of the most productive aquifers in North Dakota. Photograph by J.P. Bluemle.GROUND-WATER RESOURCES of DUNN COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA by Robert L. Klausing characteristics ofgeologic units in Dunn County, North Dakota 10 3.
Summary ofdata for aquifers in the glacial drift 44 iv. DUNN COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA By Robert L. Klausing ABSTRACT.