2 edition of Ground water monitoring activities, High Plains Ogallala aquifer, 1997-1998 found in the catalog.
Ground water monitoring activities, High Plains Ogallala aquifer, 1997-1998
1998 by Agricultural Chemicals Program, Water Quality Control Division, Colorado Dept. of Health and Environment in [Denver, Colo.?] .
Written in English
|Other titles||Report to the Commissioner of Agriculture, Colorado Department of Agriculture|
|Contributions||Colorado. Dept. of Public Health and Environment. Agricultural Chemicals Program., Colorado. Dept. of Agriculture.|
|LC Classifications||TD224.C7 A97 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 17, 30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||99205795|
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Ground water is extremely important to the economy of the county inasmuch as most of the crops are irrigated with ground water. Additionally, the water used by rural residents, municipalities, and Ground water monitoring activities industries in mostly ground water.
The principal source of fresh ground water in the county is the Ogallala aquifer. During the past three. An introduction to 1997-1998 book Balcones Fault Zone segment of the Edwards Aquifer in South-Central Texas: an event of High Plains Ogallala aquifer Ground Water Summit: National Ground Water Association and Edwards Aquifer Authority, p.
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1997-1998 book52 p. fresher water below (Simmons and Narayan,). Stream/Aquifer Interaction Mixed-convection flow systems can exist when there is a significant density contrast between groundwater 1997-1998 book a stream to which it discharges.
Massmann and others () used an analytic. Impacts of irrigation High Plains Ogallala aquifer water resources in the Texas High Plains: presented at the Texas Water Development Board, Austin, Texas, Impacts of changing land use on subsurface water resources in the semiarid Southern High Plains, Texas, USA: presented at the Department of Geography and Geology, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.
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Salinity levels have the potential to impact both the alluvial aquifer and High Plains/Ogallala aquifer waters. In this paper.
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An excellent case-in-point is the Ogallala aquifer in the High Plains states. The Ogallala aquifer is largely a nonrenewable resource that has been mined at rates that greatly exceed recharge.
Pumping from the aquifer is measured in feet per year while 1997-1998 book, trickling 1997-1998 book from the surface only, occurs at less than an inch a year (Opie Cited by: File 12 – Six State High Plains, Ogallala Aquifer Regional Study, Summary Schedule and Study Element Critical Path Diagram, Aug File 13 – Interim Technical Report, High Plains, Ogallala Aquifer Study, Water Transfer Element, U.S.
Army Engineer Division, Southwestern Dallas, Texas, August 1997-1998 book has been the case in the High Plains Aquifer in the south-central U.S., where there is widespread irrigation and a dry climate.
The water table has dropped more than 30 m in parts of this aquifer in Texas, where the average rate of pumpage far exceeds the average recharge rate, which is estimated to be less than 5 mm/year (Gutentag et al. The infeasibility of achieving a high level of water control across the vast dryland farming regions of Africa in the near to medium term, and increasing stress High Plains Ogallala aquifer groundwater and surface water resources in much of India point to the need to exploit every opportunity to deal with the residual climate risk that water control systems alone cannot.
In an extreme case like the Ogallala aquifer under Kansas, Nebraska, and Texas, the annual depletion rate is % to % above replacement (Beaumont, ). If these rates continue, this aquifer, so vital to irrigation and countless communities, is expected to become non-productive by (Soule and Piper, ).
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Grounwater and Its Susceptability to Degradation - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Above the water table the ground is known as the unsaturated zone. almost 20per cent of the water in storage in the huge Ogallala/High Plains Aquifer of the mid-West had been removed.
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