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Ground-water quality in the southeastern Sacramento Valley aquifer, California, 1996
Barbara J. Milby Dawson
2001 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Sacramento, Calif, Denver, CO .
Written in English
|Other titles||Ground water quality in the southeastern Sacramento Valley aquifer, California, 1996|
|Statement||by Barbara J. Milby Dawson.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 01-4125|
|Contributions||National Water-Quality Assessment Program (U.S.), Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Get this from a library. Ground-water quality in the southeastern Sacramento Valley aquifer, California, [Barbara J Milby Dawson; National Water-Quality Assessment Program (U.S.); Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Inthe U.S. Geological Survey sampled 29 domestic wells and 2 monitoring wells in the southeastern Sacramento Valley as part of the U.S.
Geological Survey's National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program. This area, designated as the NAWQA Sacramento subunit study area, was chosen because it had the largest amount of ground-water use in the Sacramento.
Ground-Water Quality Data in the Southern Sacramento Valley, California, —Results from the California GAMA Program By Barbara J. Milby Dawson, George L. Base of Fresh Ground-Water-- Approximately 3, micromhos -- in the Sacramento Valley and Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, California.
U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resource Inv. Bertoldi, G.L. Estimated Permeabilities for Soils in the Sacramento Valley, California. U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report File Size: KB. Groundwater Quality in the Southern Sacramento Valley, California By George L.
Bennett, V, Miranda S. Fram, and Kenneth Belitz Groundwater provides more than 40 percent of California's drinking water. To protect this vital resource, the State of California created the Groundwater Ambient Monitoring and Assessment (GAMA) Program.
Population. The population of the Sacramento Valley was million (California Department of Water Resources, ).Major Cities. Sacramento, Redding. Geographic Features. Sutter Buttes, a volcanic remnant in the south-central part of the Sacramento Valley, and the Sacramento, Feather, Yuba, Bear, and American Rivers.
Groundwater quality in the Redding–Red Bluff shallow aquifer study unit of the northern Sacramento Valley, California. Groundwater provides more than 40 percent of California’s drinking water. To protect this vital resource, the State of California created the Groundwater Ambient Monitoring and Assessment (GAMA) Program.
Ground-water quality in the southeastern Sacramento Valley aquifer, California, / (Sacramento, Calif.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Hydrogeology and ground-water quality of Valley Forge National Historical Park, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania / (Lemoyne, Pa. Ground-water quality in the southeastern Sacramento Valley aquifer, California, / (Sacramento, Calif.: U.S.
Dept. of the Interior, Simulation of transient ground-water flow in the valley-fill aquifers of the upper Rockaway River basin, Morris County, New Jersey /. Publicly available ground- and surface-water data were used to evaluate the chemical and physical processes that affect the quality of ground-water in the southern Sacramento Valley Ground-water quality in the southeastern Sacramento Valley aquifer California, USA.
The Sacramento Valley is an asymmetrical, sediment-filled trough that is filled with sediments of Jurassic age and by: 5.
Part or all of this report is presented in Portable Document Format (PDF). For best results viewing and printing PDF documents, it is recommended that you download the documents to your computer and open them with Adobe Reader.
Regional variations in water quality and relationships to soil and bedrock weathering in the southern Sacramento Valley, California, USA August. In other words, it measures the compaction and expansion of the aquifer system to a specific depth. More than two dozen extensometers in the Central Valley were constructed in the s, s, and s by the U.S.
Geological Survey in cooperation with the California Department of Water Resources (Ireland and others, ), the early group of. 1. Californians drained about million acre-feet of groundwater 1996 book 41 trillion gallons) from the Central Valley between andaccording to the U.S.
Geological Survey. That’s the equivalent of draining about a third of Lake Erie or, put another way, enough fresh water to provide every person on Earth with a year supply of.
Page Contact Information: California Water Data Maintainer Page Last Modified: EDT nadww 3b. Water Quality The Sacramento Valley generally has high quality groundwater, although there are pockets with water quality concerns that need to be addressed.
The map below shows these small pockets for nitrates. The goal is to preserve these high-quality ground-water resources in the Sacramento Valley for futureFile Size: KB.
Piedmont and Blue Ridge crystalline-rock aquifers (eastern U.S.) Puget Sound aquifer system (Washington) Rio Grande aquifer system.
Roswell Basin aquifer system (New Mexico) Rush Springs aquifer (Oklahoma) Sand and gravel aquifers of alluvial and glacial origin (North of the line of glaciation) Seymour aquifer (Texas). The aquifers, protected by state law and the federal Safe Water Drinking Act, supply quality water in a state currently suffering unprecedented drought.
The documents also show that the Central Valley Water Board found high levels of toxic chemicals - including arsenic, thallium, and nitrates - in water-supply wells near the wastewater-disposal.
Groundwater Availability of the Central Valley Aquifer, California Table C1. MODFLOW packages and processes used with the hydrologic flow model of the Central Valley, California.—Continued.
U.S. Geological Survey and the California State Water Resources Control Board Groundwater Quality in the Northern San Joaquin Valley, California Groundwater provides more than 40 percent of California’s drinking water.
To protect this vital resource, the State of California created the Groundwater Ambient Monitoring and Assessment (GAMA) Program. Quality-control samples were collected along with ground- and surface-water samples during the high intensity phase (cycle 1) of the Sacramento River Basin NAWQA beginning early in and ending in Ground-water field blanks indicated contamination of varying levels of significance when compared with concentrations detected in.
Evaluation of ground water resources, Sacramento Valley by California. Dept. of Water Resources; Geological Survey (U.S.) Publication date Topics Groundwater Publisher [Sacramento]: The Dept.
Collection University of California, Davis Pages: by Katherine Ransom and Thomas Harter In California’s Central Valley, many communities depend significantly or entirely on groundwater as their drinking water supply.
Studies estimate the number of private wells in the Central Valley to be on the order ofto(Viers et al., ; Johnson and Belitz, ). Elevated nitrate concentrations in. During dry years, that may be less than an inch in southern California and a few inches in central California. In a soggy, wet winter, some areas (especially on sandy soils) may see over a foot of recharge from precipitation.
For the 10+ million acre Central Valley aquifer, this accounts for a significant portion of natural recharge. History of National Aquifer Code: First publication of the core of the national aquifer list in a comprehensive manner was the Ground-Water Atlas of the United States (HA A-H), published in 13 chapters over the periodJames A.
Miller, editor.; A single combined map (Principal Aquifers of the 48 Conterminous United States, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the. southwestern Sacramento Valley, California (USA). Journal of Hydrology. – Davisson, M., and R. Criss. Stable isotope and groundwater flow dynamics of agricultural irrigation recharge into groundwater resources of the Central Valley, California.
In: International Symposium on Isotopes in Water Resources Management. IAEA-SM. Sacramento River Valley alone, approximatelyacres of prime agricultural land are irrigated, at least in part, by groundwater Indeed, many areas of the state rely exclusively on groundwater for their water supplies In the lower Sacramento Valley, for example, approximately one million people rely on groundwater to.
Pesticides in the Nation's Streams and Ground Water, – This report is one of a series of publications, The Quality of Our Nation's Waters, that describe major findings of the NAWQA Program on water-quality issues of regional and national concern. Ground-Water Quality Assessment of the Carson River Basin, Nevada, and California: Results of Investigations, (U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper, a) [Welch, Alan H., National Water-Quality Assessment Program] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Ground-Water Quality Assessment of the Carson River Basin, Nevada, and California: Author: Alan H. Welch. The Central Valley (CV) aquifer lies under one of the most productive areas of the United States.
It accounts for 17% of the total national irrigated land used for agriculture and 75% of the irrigated land of the state of California .In the CV, for the past several decades huge amount of chemical nitrogen fertilizer has been applied to increase the crop productivity .Cited by: 3.
Groundwater in California is very precious, yet what we can withdraw is often contaminated with natural and anthropogenic pollution sources. We have examined the Borrego Valley (BV) groundwater (N = 6 wells) in southern California to understand the source of arsenic and nitrate in some of its groundwater production wells.
The results show that the arsenic values range from Cited by: 2. Skip to content. Menu. SEARCH. A GIS-linked conjunctive use groundwater-surface water flow model for the Tule River basin, southeastern San Joaqin Valley, California, Proceedings, International Conference on Calibration and Reliability in Groundwater Modeling, Zuerich, Switzerland, Sept.
pp. The Association of Ground Water Agencies, or AGWA, was formed in by a group of. eight groundwater basin management agencies. Init was incorporated in Southern California as a nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation. lt\ission Statement.
The mission of the Association of Ground Water Agencies is to promote interagency. Ground water moves generally northward in the southern part of Shasta Valley and troughward from the east and west, converging toward the Shasta River along the valley axis. At the north end of the valley an eastward-trending divide separates the ground water that moves north to Willow Creek from ground water that moves south to the Shasta River.
Five other aquifers, including California’s Central Valley Aquifer, were “extremely” or “highly” stressed, with some natural replenishment but not enough to Author: Julia Lurie.
Two major developments in California water policy took place after this series was published: in September, Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act ofa measure to create a comprehensive groundwater management framework for the state; and on November 4, voters approved Proposition 1, a $ billion bond measure seeking to.
Ground-Water Quality of Alluvial and Sedimentary-Rock Aquifers in the Vicinity of Fairplay and Alma, Park County, Colorado, September-October One sample from each aquifer type had tritium concentrations at or near the reporting limit of pCi/L, which indicated that water collected from these wells predates U.S.
Geological. California’s population has more than doubled over the past 50 years, to 38 million, and competition between farms, industry and municipalities for water has grown increasingly fraught. J Stanford scientists find ‘water windfall’ beneath California’s Central Valley.
New research indicates that California's Central Valley harbors three times more groundwater than. Death Valley National Park is an American national park that straddles the California–Nevada border, east of the Sierra park boundaries include Death Valley, the northern section of Panamint Valley, the southern section of Eureka Valley, and most of Saline park occupies an interface zone between the arid Great Basin and Mojave deserts, protecting the .The Central Valley has experienced the worst effects of the groundwater problem.
The aquifer tucked beneath farm fields stretches for miles, making it the state’s largest water reservoir.A look at how GSA formation is going in the Pajaro Valley, Yolo County, and Sacramento regions.
With the deadline to form groundwater sustainability agencies looming just weeks in the future, at the April meeting of the California Water Commission, commissioners heard from three groundwater managers about how implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater .