2 edition of Hydrology of the Mississippi River Valley alluvial aquifer, south-central United States found in the catalog.
Hydrology of the Mississippi River Valley alluvial aquifer, south-central United States
D. J Ackerman
|Statement||by D.J. Ackerman|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 88-4028|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.), National Regional Aquifer Systems Analysis Program (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
Francis Lowlands 73c [ edit ] The St. Chornack, Sarah M. Geological Survey Professional Paper D, 68p. Sturdevant and Curtis Sedlacek E These deposits have a complex geometry, with beds or lenses of sand and gravel that pinch out or grade vertically into finer material.
The aquifer is under water table conditions in most places and is used mainly for irrigation. S36 no. It evaluates the good factors and the risk of reusing materials. R4 d United States.
Soils are influenced by loess and contrast with the alluvial soils of Ecoregions 73a and 73h. The turkey, bobwhite, and mourning dove are game birds in various parts of this Section. Major rivers that drain the relatively flat alluvial plane include the Mississippi, St. O66 Oppermann, Joseph K. R6 P57 Poss, Deana R. A no.
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Committee on Natural Resources California water crisis and its impacts: the need for immediate and long-term solutions: oversight field hearing before the Committee on Natural Resources, U. R4 b United States. Paulachok, and Stephen F. A no. In all, aboutacres of prairie grasses and forbs occurred in Ecoregion 73e, and were a sharp contrast to the bottomland forests that once dominated other parts of the Mississippi Alluvial Plain Soils derived from these deposits are Alfisols, South-central United States book, and Inceptisols that are generally more loamy and better drained than the clayey soils of the Northern Backswamps 73d.
Figure 3. Louis ; U. Aquifers can be either consolidated rock such as sandstone or unconsolidated such as the sands and gravels that make up the High Plains aquifer. Note on figure 4 how some of the rivers shown in cross section penetrate the alluvial aquifer and some do not.
Geological Survey in Afghanistan from through QE Barlow QE Narrow floodplains had bottomland hardwood forests. R44 e United States. This accounts for the spatial variability of properties within an alluvial aquifer unit, and for the common complaint that "we do not have enough data.
Widespread draining of wetlands and removal of bottomland forests for cropland has occurred. The wetlands and marshes act as a buffer to help moderate flooding and tidal inundation during storm events. This region, however, has a longer growing season, warmer annual temperatures, some hyperthermic soils, and more precipitation than its northern counterparts of 73a and 73h.
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Groundwater Contaminants Due to the large amount of agricultural land use Hydrology of the Mississippi River Valley alluvial aquifer environmental concerns include surface water and groundwater pollution from non-point sources, specifically pesticides and fertilizers.
About 90 percent of the area is agricultural, cleared Hydrology of the Mississippi River Valley alluvial aquifer natural vegetation and drained by a system of ditches. P9 no. The area of this Section is about 44, mi2km2. Proposals have also been made to designate this highway as a western extension of I once the entirety of the route between Mojave and Barstow has been upgraded to a freeway.
Map showing cross section locations modified from Ackerman, Figure 4. Lack of sediment input, delta erosion, land subsidence, and rising sea levels threaten the region.Effectively, the layer divides the aquifer into two unconnected regions which are not in flow or pressure equilibrium.
Such regions occur in the High Plains; for example, areas in south-central Kansas (southwestern GMD5 and northwestern GMD2) and along the Upper Arkansas River Corridor (see Kansas aquifer section) display confined behavior.
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