2 edition of Shallow ground-water quality in selected agricultural areas of south-central Georgia, 1994 found in the catalog.
Shallow ground-water quality in selected agricultural areas of south-central Georgia, 1994
Christy A Crandall
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Tallahassee, Fla, Denver, CO
Written in English
|Other titles||Shallow ground water quality in selected agricultural areas of south-central Georgia, 1994|
|Statement||by Christy A. Crandall|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 96-4083|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.), National Water Quality Assessment Program (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
Therefore, although the chapter focuses on dissolved nitrate in shallow waters, there will be brief mention of related subjects such as nutrient uptake studies in agricultural areas, large-scale tracer experiments, groundwater contamination studies, food-web investigations, and uses of compound-specific stable isotope by: Water seeps through interconnected pores and joints in the soils and rocks until discharged to a surface- water body (e.g., stream, river, lake, or ocean). The initial water chemistry, the amount of recharge, and the attenuation capacity of soils have a strong influence .
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The Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain National Water-Quality Assessment Program began an agricultural land-use study in March The study area is located in the upper Suwannee River basin in Tift, Turner, Worth, Irwin, Wilcox, and Crisp Counties, Ga.
Twenty-three shallow monitoring wells were installed in a 1,square- mile area characterized by intensive row-crop agriculture (peanuts, corn. Shallow ground-water quality in selected agricultural areas of south-central Georgia, [Crandall, Christy A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Surface water in this watershed is used for irrigation and recreation; shallow groundwater is used for domestic water supply and irrigation. Recreational activities in the Little River include fishing, swimming, and boating. The area is 44% forested, 25% cultivated, 15% pasture, 13% wetlands, and 3% by: Shallow Ground-Water Quality in Agricultural Areas of Northern Alabama and Middle Tennessee, U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report38 pages (Published ) By James A. Kingsbury. This report is available online in pdf format: USGS WRIR – (21 Mb) ABSTRACT. The Floridan aquifer system is a highly productive carbonate aquifer that provides drinking water to approximately 10 million people in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.
Water samples were collected from domestic wells in the Upper Floridan aquifer in these three States from through as part of the U. Changes in Shallow Groundwater Quality Beneath Recently Urbanized Areas in the Memphis, Tennessee Area.
Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) 48(2): is being monitored in the Albany–Dougherty County area and in several areas along the Georgia coast. In the Albany area, nitrate as nitrogen concentrations in the Upper Floridan aquifer were determined in water from 25 wells during November and from 13 wells during November Frequently the glacial deposits and the bedrock are hydraulically interconnected.
The glacial deposits often provide recharge to the bedrock aquifers and serve as a source of water for shallow wells. Movement of poor-quality water from the bedrock into the glacial deposits may cause local ground-water quality problems.
Water quality of the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint and Ocmulgee river basins related to flooding from Tropical Storm Alberto; pesticides in urban and agricultural watersheds, and nitrate and pesticides in ground water, Georgia, Alabama, and Florida.
Reuber EJ () Shallow ground-water quality in an agricultural area of the lower Coastal Plain of South Carolina, US Geological Survey Open-File Report Ruddy BC, Lorenz DL, Mueller DK () County-level estimates of nutrient inputs to the land surface of the conterminous United States, – Comparison to production well water quality.
In contrast to shallow groundwater quality, NO 3 –N in production wells operated on the five project dairies ranges from less than 1 to only 31 mg/l with an average of 12 mg/l.
The wells are drilled to depths of approximately 40–60 by: Christy A. Crandall has written: 'Shallow ground-water quality in selected agricultural areas of south-central Georgia, ' -- subject(s): Quality, Groundwater, Water quality Asked in.
Beginning in2, wells were sampled within the Inner Coastal Plain of Georgia in an effort to assess the quality of ground water in this major farm belt.
The project was one aspect of an EPA‐sponsored program to assess ground‐water quality statewide. depressional areas (Logsdon et al., ). Khan and Fenton () observed yr water table-depth-ranges from to m for well drained, to m for somewhat poorly drained, and to m for poorly and very poorly drained fi elds that were tile-drained.
Shallow water tables contribute to upward capillary movementAuthor: S. Logsdon, T. Sauer, K. Schilling. Anderholm, S.K.,Water-quality assessment of the Rio Grande Valley, Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas--shallow ground-water quality of a land-use area in the San Luis Valley, south-central Colorado, U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report94 p. The biggest demand for groundwater in Georgia comes from agriculture, which pumps as much as billion gallons of groundwater per day at the peak of the growing season. South Georgia is underlain by a thick sequence (up to 4, feet) of sand, silt, clay, and limestone beds that thicken toward the south and east and are gently inclined in.
The Nation's rivers and streams are a priceless resource, but pollution from urban and agricultural areas pose a threat to our water quality. To understand the value of water quality, and to more effectively manage and protect the Nation's water resources, it's critical that we know the current status of water-quality conditions, and how and.
References. Asbury, C.A., and Oaksford, E.T.,A comparison of drainage basin nutrient inputs with instream nutrient loads for seven rivers in Georgia and Florida, U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report8 p. • Rules. Georgia protects its groundwater resources through several regulatory programs, including the following: groundwater use permits under Georgia's Groundwater Use Act; municipal drinking water permits; wellhead protection programs; surface water discharge permits; and a vulnerability assessment program to determine pollution of private wells in the state.Ground Water Quality and Agricultural Practices - CRC Press Book This outstanding reference book deals with effects of various agricultural practices on ground water quality and usage; and ground water management strategies for protection of ground water affected by agriculture.Using Shallow Ground Water for Crop Production Author: Jan W.
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