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Ground-water geochemistry of the Columbia Plateau aquifer system, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho
W. C. Steinkampf
|Other titles||Ground water geochemistry of the Columbia Plateau aquifer system, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.|
|Statement||by W.C. Steinkampf and P.P. Hearn, Jr.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 95-467.|
|Contributions||Hearn, Paul P., National Regional Aquifer Systems Analysis Program (U.S.), Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 67 leaves|
|Number of Pages||67|
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Ground-Water Geochemistry of the Columbia Plateau Aquifer System, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho By W.C. Steinkampf and P.P. Hearn, Jr. ABSTRACT Basalt aquifers of Miocene age are the major sources of ground water for agricultural, domestic, and municipal uses for the Columbia Plateau.
Agricultural withdrawalsCited by: 3. Ground-water geochemistry of the Columbia Plateau aquifer system, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho Open-File Report By: W.C.
Steinkampf and P.P. Hearn Jr. Columbia Plateau aquifer system, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Maps showing arcal distribution of time-averaged, model-calculated ground-water flow through the bottom of the model layers for the Columbia Plateau aquifer system, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.
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[W C Steinkampf; Paul P Hearn; National Regional Aquifer Systems Analysis Program (U.S.); Geological Survey (U.S.)]. A complete description of geologic units and assumptions are provided in: Burns, E.R., Morgan, D.S., Peavler, R.S., and Kahle, S.C.,Three-Dimensional Digital Geomodel of the Columbia Plateau Regional Aquifer System, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington: U.S.
Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report Buffered the CRB. Ground-water flow simulation of the Columbia Plateau regional aquifer system, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho Water-Resources Investigations Report By: A.J.
Hansen Jr. These data delineate the areal extent of the Columbia Plateau aquifer system as defined in the 'Ground Water Atlas of the United States' (U.S. Geological Survey HA ). The scale of source material isand these data are not intended for use at a larger scale.
This website contains a complete hydro-geologic summary of the Columbia Plateau Regional Aquifer System. The summary includes thirteen maps and figures that are accompanied by text descriptions.
All texts and figures are available for download. Lane, R.C., and Whiteman, K.J.,Ground-water levels, springand ground-water level changes, spring to springin three basalt units underlying the Columbia Plateau, Washington and Oregon: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report4 sheets. Summary of the Columbia Plateau Regional Aquifer-System Analysis, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho Article in USGS professional paper January with 66 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
The Columbia River Basalt Group (CRBG) consists of a thick sequence of Miocene flood basalt that covered northern Oregon, eastern Washington, and western Idaho between 17 and 6 million years ago.
It is an important regional aquifer system, and, in its folded and faulted flows, it records the late Cenozoic structural evolution of much of the Pacific Northwest.
Basalt flows of the Columbia River Basalt Group (CRBG) host a series of regionally extensive aquifers between western Idaho and the Pacific Ocean that serve as an important source for domestic, municipal, agricultural, and industrial water supply throughout much of this area, and are the sole source for some communities in the Willamette Valley.
The USGS annually monitors groundwater levels in thousands of wells in the United States. Groundwater level data are collected and stored as either discrete field-water-level measurements or as continuous time-series data from automated recorders.
Data from some of the continuous record stations are relayed to USGS offices nationwide through telephone lines or by satellite transmissions. Columbia River Basalt Stratigraphy in Oregon.
USGS Home Search USGS. Oregon Water Science Center. Columbia River Basalt Stratigraphy in the Pacific Northwest: In Cooperation with the Oregon Water Resources Department: Jr.,Ground-water geochemistry of the Columbia Plateau aquifer system, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho: U.S.
The hydrogeologic framework and geochemistry of the Columbia Plateau Aquifer System, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper No. B (). The Columbia River Basalt Group (CRBG) hosts a regional aquifer system that is the primary, and in many cases the only, water supply for numerous communities, small water systems, individual homes, industry, and agriculture in east-central Washington.
In this central portion of the semi-arid Columbia Plateau, primarily in Adams County andFile Size: 6MB. Quality of the ground water in basalt of the Columbia River group, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho [Reuben Clair Newcomb] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Reuben Clair Newcomb.
The Palouse Basin is a complex, interstate, ground water basin located in eastern Washington and northern Idaho ().The local communities of Pullman, Colfax and Palouse, Washington, and Moscow, Idaho, plus Washington State University and the University of Idaho depend entirely on two basalt aquifer systems of the Columbia River Basalt Group (CRBG) for their water by: The Geology of North America, vol K-2, Quaternary nonglacial geology: conterminous U.S., Boulder, CO: The Geological Society of America.
Bauer, H.H.; Vaccaro, J.J. Estimates of ground-water recharge to the Columbia Plateau regional aquifer system, Washington, Oregon and Idaho for predevelopment and current land-use conditions. Storage of ground water behind subsurface dams in the Columbia River basalt, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho, [Reuben Clair, Geological Survey U.S.
Newcomb] on *FREE* shipping on Author: Geological Survey U.S. Newcomb, Reuben Clair. The Columbia River Basalt Group (CRBG) hosts a regional aquifer system in portions of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho which is the primary, and in many cases the only, water supply for numerous communities, small water systems, individual homes, industry, and agriculture.
In much of the semi-arid Columbia Plateau, portions of the CRBG aquiferFile Size: 4MB.The Oregon Plateau contains four structural-tectonic regions: (1) the northern Basin and Range, (2) the High Lava Plains, (3) the Owyhee Plateau, and (4) the Oregon-Idaho graben.
The Columbia Basin covers a broader region and consists mainly of the Yakima Fold Belt and the Palouse Slope.The Columbia Plateau Regional Aquifer System (CPRAS) covers ab square miles of southeastern Washington, northeastern Oregon, and western Idaho. The area supports a $6-billion per year agricultural industry, leading the Nation in production of apples, hops, and eight other commodities.