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Water-table decline in the south-central Great Basin during the Quaternary period
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Open-file Services Section, Western Distribution Branch in Reston, Va, Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||by Isaac J. Winograd and Barney J. Szabo.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 85-697., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 85-697.|
|Contributions||Szabo, B. J., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
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INTRODUCTION TO GROUNDWATER INVESTIGATIONS () 3 Days This introductory course is designed to provide participants with information concerning hydrogeological processes and the necessary elements of a sound groundwater site investigation. The Powder River Basin is a geologic structural basin in southeast Montana and northeast Wyoming, about miles east to west and miles north to south, known for its coal deposits. The region supplies about 40 percent of coal in the United States. It is both a topographic.
The direction of movement is inferred from the water-table-contour map (fig., 5). Water moves downgradient at approximately right angles to the contours, Well data are insufficient to define accurately water-table contours in much of the study area, so topography, springs, and other hydrographic features were used to aid construction of the map. Professor Baker has been President of the Geological Society of America (), Chair of the American Association for the Advancement of Science Section on Geology and Geography ( and ), and President of the International Union for Quaternary Research Commission on Global Continental Paleohydrology ().
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WATER-TABLE DECLINE IN THE SOUTH-CENTRAL GREAT BASIN DURING THE QUATERNARY PERIOD: IMPLICATIONS FOR TOXIC WASTE DISPOSAL by Isaac J. Winograd and Barney J. Szabo ABSTRACT The distribution of vein calcite, tufa, and other features in dicative of paleo-ground water discharge, indicates that during theCited by: 5.
Get this from a library. Water-table decline in the south-central Great Basin during the Quaternary period: implications for toxic-waste disposal. [Isaac J Winograd; B J Szabo; Geological Survey (U.S.)].
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Winograd, I. J., and Szabo, B. J.,Water-table decline in the south-central Great Basin during the Quaternary period--implications for toxic waste disposal, in: Geologic and Hydro-logic Investigations of a Potential Nuclear Waste Disposal Site at Yucca Mountain, U.S.
Cited by: Winograd, I. J., and Szabo, B. J.,Water-table decline in the south-central Great Basin during the Quaternary period-implications for toxic waste disposal, in: Geologic and Hydro-logic Investigations of a Potential Nuclear Waste Disposal Site at Yucca Mountain, U.S. Cited by: Yucca Mountain is situated in the southwestern part of the Great Basin physiographic province.
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Read chapter Might Increased Rainfall Cause Flooding of the Proposed Repository?: Figure Regional ground-water systems and heat flow in the south-central Great Basin. (From Dudley, a.) it is the rapid decline of the water table level north of Yucca Mountain that allows for the “unsaturated” condition m below the surface.
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While shallow flow systems are undoubtedly controlled by water-table topography, the driving forces on these deeper fault-hosted flow systems have not received much attention apart from the study of López and Smith (). In the Great Basin, density changes with depth are due primarily to Cited by: This banner text can have markup.
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