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Hydrologic analysis of the High Plains aquifer system in Box Butte County, Nebraska
Robert A. Pettijohn
by U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch in [Reston, Va.?], Denver, CO
Written in English
|Statement||by Robert A. Pettijohn and Hsiu-Hsiung Chen|
|Series||Water-resources investigations -- 84-4046|
|Contributions||Chen, Hsiu-Hsiung, 1937-, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
Groundwater age is defined as the time between recharge at the water table to the time when groundwater was sampled. Groundwater age estimates are based on concentrations of environmental tracers (i.e., tracers derived from the atmosphere, as opposed to artificial tracers) in groundwater. High Plains Aquifer SystemGroundwater Availability Model (GAM). In July , the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) contracted with INTERA, Inc. to develop a groundwater availability model (GAM) for the High Plains Aquifer System (Ogallala Aquifer, Dockum Aquifer, Edwards-Trinity (High Plains) Aquifer, and Rita Blanca Aquifer).The project was completed .
The study area includes the High Plains, Northern Great Plains, the Central Texas Carbonates, and parts of the Central Midwest Regional Aquifer Systems as described by the U.S. Geological Survey Regional Aquifer-System Analysis (RASA) Program (Sun, , p.5and Sun, personal commun., June ) and shown in figures 1 through 5. Estimation of the Water Balance Using Observed Soil Water in the Nebraska Sandhills This study also suggests that the High Plains aquifer possibly met the plant water requirement during this deficit period as well as during the soil water extraction period, from May through September. Dynamic analysis, Hydrologic models, Soil analysis.
The aquifer lost enough water over a recent two-year period to cover the entire state of Iowa in a foot of water, according to a new report by the U.S. Geological Survey that studies water level changes from The vast underground lake that supplies water to wells in some of the country’s most productive agricultural land – including parts of Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, . The High Plains Aquifer underl square miles of land in Nebraska. In , the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) estimated the volume of water held or s u r t th ic k n e s in the High Plains Aquifer at 19, million acre-feet, w million acre-feet within Nebraska's borders. at a ion s This map illustrates p e.
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Get this from a library. Hydrologic analysis of the High Plains aquifer system in Box Butte County, Nebraska.
[Robert A Pettijohn; Hsiu-Hsiung Chen; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Nebraska is a groundwater-rich state. Nebraska has one primary aquifer, the High Plains Aquifer, and seven secondary aquifers. These secondary aquifers supply water to more than active wells spread across 30 counties.
There are at least seven major aquifer systems in Nebraska. By far, the High Plains/Ogallala aquifer is the largest in terms of volume of water in storage and withdrawals for irrigation.
Several secondary aquifers exist in areas outside of the High Plains aquifer, providing water for irrigation, municipal supplies, and domestic use in parts of far western and far eastern.
The High Plains Aquifer system Hydrologic setting. Recharge of the enormous aquifer is attained through precipitation on a large-scale, and more by streams and canals locally.
A huge drop in the holding capacities and generalized water levels throughout the region can be seen in the last several decades due to increased irrigation (Figure 3). Our Nebraska Water Science Center priority is to continue the important work of the Department of the Interior and the USGS, while also maintaining the health and safety of our employees and community.
Based on guidance from the White House, the CDC, and state and local authorities, we are shifting our operations to a virtual mode and have minimal staffing within our offices.
Data utilized in preparing an interpretive hydrogeologic report on the Dakota aquifer system in Nebraska are summarized. The study area is asq mi area that includes all of Kansas and Nebraska and parts of Arkansas, Colorado, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. The broad objective for each Regional Aquifer-System analysis (RASA) study is to assemble.
geology and ground-water resources of box butte county, nebraska by r. cady and o. scherer prepared in cooperation with the conservation and survey division university of nebraska united states government printing office washington: for sale by theCited by: 4.
Hydrogeologic Setting and Ground-Water Flow Simulations of the Eastern High Plains Regional Study Area, Nebraska By Matthew K. Landon and Michael J.
Turco Abstract The transport of anthropogenic and natural contami-nants to public-supply wells was evaluated in a part of the High Plains aquifer near York, Nebraska, as part of the U.S. The Platte River – High Plains Aquifer (PR-HPA) is one of 18 established Long Term Agroecosystem Research (LTAR) networks across the US.
PR-HPA is a partnership between the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), the USDA-ARS Agroecosystem Management Research Unit (AMRU) in Lincoln, and the USDA. Kansas High Plains Aquifer Atlas This atlas has been created to serve as the primary gateway to the most recent graphical data available for the High Plains aquifer in Kansas.
As newer/updated data become available, this atlas will be updated. Introduction and Navigation. lala/High Plains Aquifer System in Nebraska and most of the sites of greatest abundance of ground- water in Nebraska (fig.
5) occur in the areas where the Platte system or its ancestral drainages devel- oped. As we travel from U.S. Highway 20 north to Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park (stop 2), we. Bedrock Geology, Altitude of Base, and Saturated Thickness of the High Plains Aquifer in Parts of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming, (HA).
SEWARD NEBRASKA COUNTY U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report – Prepared in cooperation with the City of Seward, Nebraska Ground-Water Age and Quality in the High Plains Aquifer near Seward, Nebraska, – Sectionof the Nebraska statutes gives the DNR responsibility for conducting the State Water Planning and Review Process.
The statutory purpose of the planning process is to coordinate and direct the planning efforts of the state agencies and the university divisions with responsibilities and interest in the water resources field.
Most Nebraskans likely are familiar with the High Plains aquifer, one of the largest aquifers in the world, and the primary source of water for many Nebraskans. But for those living in eastern Nebraska and in portions of the panhandle where the High Plains aquifer is absent, secondary aquifers are crucial sources of water for life.
Publications. Reports for the High Plains Water-Level Monitoring Study (HPWLMS) were generated annually from to and generally every two years from to to report water-level changes in the High Plains aquifer from predevelopment to the reporting year.
Hydrologic Report North Plains GCD completes hydrology reports on an annual basis. The North Plains Groundwater Conservation District has completed a general information hydrologic report on the District’s regional hydrology and groundwater resources.
The report is available each summer for the preceding calendar year. In Colorado, foot contours were digitized from abase map (Borman and Meredith, ).
In Nebraska, the foot contours and aquifer boundaries were digitized from a series ofworking maps for the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Regional Aquifer System Analysis (RASA) of the High Plains aquifer in Nebraska. The High Plains Aquifer Information Network was a project of the KGS and K-State to collect information sources on the High Plains/Ogallala Aquifer systems.
The project is not being actively developed at this time. Notice of failed links is always welcome. Please click on a category below to browse our collection of links Kansas.
Organizations. The highly permeable streambed sediments result in a good hydrologic connection between the river and the adjacent High Plains aquifer.
According to the streamflow data, the average river stage was m above mean sea level (a.m.s.l), and the average flow was m 3 /s between and Cited by:.
The High Plains aquifer, which underlies aboutsquare miles in parts of eight states, is the principal water source in one of the nation's major agricultural areas. Aboutwells pumped water from the aquifer to irrigate about 13 million acres in the High Plains in The High Plains aquifer is a regional water-table aquifer.Notice - The USGS Water Resources Mission Area's priority is to maintain the safety and well-being of our communities, including providing critical situational awareness in times of flooding in all 50 U.S.
states and additional territories. Our hydrologic monitoring stations continue to send data in near real-time to NWISWeb, and we are continuing critical water monitoring activities to.By statue, the river basins must be delineated on the Nebraska river basin map officially adopted by the Commission and on file in the NRC office.
On Decem the Commission adopted the system of basic units and the resulting river .