2 edition of Ground-water-recharge rates in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, New York found in the catalog.
Ground-water-recharge rates in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, New York
David S. Peterson
|Statement||by David S. Peterson ; prepared in cooperation with the Suffolk County Department of Health Services.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 86-4181|
|Contributions||Suffolk County (N.Y.). Dept. of Health Services, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 19 p. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
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GROUND-WATER RECHARGE RATES IN NASSAU AND SUFFOLK COUNTIES, NEW YORK by David S. Peterson Abstract Ground water is the sole source of freshwater in Nassau and Suffolk Counties on Long Island; therefore, the rate at which precipitation replenishes the ground-water system may affect future water supplies in some by: New York book.
Get this from a library. Ground-water-recharge rates in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, New York. [David S Peterson; Suffolk County (N.Y.). Department of. 21 Miscellaneous physical data on recharge basms m Nassau and Suffolk Counties, Long Island, classified by town or governmg agency ____ 60 22 Estimated ground-water recharge through recharge basms m ___ 60 23 Estimated ground Cited by: OCLC Number: Notes: "Prepared in cooperation with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Nassau County Department of Public Works, Suffolk County Department of Environmental Control, Suffolk County Water Authority.".
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Artificial-recharge experiments were conducted at East Meadow in central Nassau County, Long Island, N. Y., from October through Januaryto evaluate the degree of ground-water mounding and chemical effects of artificially replenishing the ground-water system with tertiary-treated wastewater.
Reclaimed water was provided by the Cedar Creek wastewater-treatment. A generalized estimate of ground-water recharge rates in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan: U.S. Geological Survey Water Supply Paper37 p.
Regression: Regionalization: Flynn, R.H., and Tasker, G.D. Generalized estimates from streamflow data of annual and seasonal ground-water-recharge rates for drainage basins in New Hampshire. The water supply for Nassau and Suffolk counties is obtained totally from various aquifers composed of both the glacial and the cretaceous sediments.
Source Water Water recharged by the Long Island basins is stormwater runoff from residential, industrial, and. Peterson DS () Ground-water recharge rates in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, New York. US Geol Surv Water Resour I 86–, 19 pp Pfeffer WT, Harper JT, O’Neel S () Kinematic constraints on glacier contributions to 21st-century sea-level by: ATLANTIC COASTAL PLAIN - In Nassau and Suffolk Counties, Long Island, New York, pumping water for domestic supply has lowered the water table, reduced or eliminated the base flow of streams, and has caused saline groundwater to move inland.
Many other locations on the Atlantic coast are experiencing similar effects related to groundwater depletion. ERRATA for Novem Report on Immediate Water Pollution Control Needs Interstate and Intrastate Waters Long Island Region Page or Table Number Page Page II-3 Page III-l Paragraph 1, line 2.
After the first sentence add, "The region also includes the waters of Long Island Sound and the New York Bight (Atlantic Ocean).". Ground-Water-Recharge Rates and Selected Open Space in the Rancocas, Pennsauken and Cooper Watersheds, New Jersey by Mark A.
French and Jeﬀrey L. Hoﬀman Ground-Water-Recharge Rates and Selected Open Space in the Rancocas, Pennsauken and Cooper Watersheds, New Jersey Open-File Map OFM New Jersey Department of Environmental.
Hamlin, S.N.,Evaluation of the potential for artificial ground-water recharge in eastern San Joaquin County, California--Phase 3: U.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report17 p. Effects of sanitary sewers on ground-water levels and streams in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, New York part 1 –geohydrology, modeling strategy.
Relation between land use and ground-water quality in the upper glacial aquifer in Nassau and Suffolk counties, Long Island, New York / (Syosset, N.Y.: Dept.
of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor], ), by David A. Eckhardt, Edward T. Oaksford, William. Areas contributing ground water to the Peconic Estuary, and ground-water budgets for the North and South Forks and Shelter Island, Eastern Suffolk County, New York / (Coram, N.Y.: U.S.
Geological Survey ; Denver, Colo.: U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor], ), by Christopher E. Schubert, Suffolk County (N.Y. Abstract. Surface spreading is the simplest, oldest, and mostly widely used method of managed aquifer recharge (MAR).
Stormwater, river water, treated wastewater, and other waters are either applied to a land surface or locally impounded in infiltration basins, reservoirs, or modified stream : Robert G.
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Dutchess, Putnam, and Westchester Counties host relatively small numbers of 25 migrant workers compared to those counties. A. AMAP,AMAP Assessment Biological Effects of Contaminants on Arctic Wildlife and Fish: Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), vii + 84 p (Contributing authors from the U.S.
Geological Survey were Collin A. Eagles-Smith and Josh T. Ackerman). Abbott, M.M.,Real-time kinematic (RTK) surveying at the Osage-Skiatook petroleum .This report was prepared in accordance with the NYSDOT Project Development Manual, 17 NYCRR (New York Codes, Rules and Regulations) P and 23 CFR (Code of Federal Regulations) Transportation needs have been identified (section ), objectives established () to address the needs, and cost-effective alternatives developed ().The problem of saltwater intrusion was recognized as early as on Long Island, New York (fig.
8), seasonal and annual variations in ground-water recharge rates, and long (including the Savannah and Brunswick areas) to rates, has restricted additional permitted pumpage in all 24 coastal counties to 36 Mgal/d above rates.