2 edition of Reconnaissance of ground-water quality, eastern Snake River basin, Idaho found in the catalog.
Reconnaissance of ground-water quality, eastern Snake River basin, Idaho
D. J. Parliman
by U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch, U.S. Geological Survey [distributor] in Boise, Idaho, Lakewood, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||by D.J. Parliman ; prepared in cooperation with the Idaho Department of Water Resources.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations -- 82-4004|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.), Idaho. Dept. of Water Resources|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
Figure shows the direction and movement of groundwater and is based on potentiometric surface contour maps obtained from the “Reconnaissance of Groundwater Quality of Eastern Snake River Basin, Idaho” (US Geological Survey - ). In the Plains sub-area, water in alluvium and basalt rock units moves generally southwestward. It is Eastern Snake River Plain Aquifer. Eastern Snake River Plain Aquifer listed as ESRPA ) have reported [[delta].sup.2]H and [[delta].sup]O data from ground-water samples that were Groundwater, water quality, major-ion chemistry, trilinear diagram, Mud Lake, Eastern Snake River Plain aquifer, Idaho National Engineering and.
Groundwater with elevated dissolved-solids concentrations—containing large concentrations of chloride, sodium, sulfate, and calcium—is present in the Mud Lake area of Eastern Idaho. The source of these solutes is unknown; however, an understanding of the geochemical sources and processes controlling their presence in groundwater in the Mud Lake area is needed to better Cited by: 7. Prevention Sections of the Idaho Ground Water Quality Plan, adopted by the legislature, Session Law, Chapter , Page These policies are: () Ground Water Quality Protection. It is the policy of the state of Idaho to maintain and protect the existing high quality of File Size: KB.
Eastern Snake River plain aquifer, south-central Idaho 3 H/ 3 He dating of river infiltration in the Eastern Snake River plain, Idaho, posed challenges due to the presence of mantle helium in this. Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer Overview. The Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer (ESPA) is located in southeastern Idaho. It is Idaho’s largest aquifer system, and one of the largest in the United States. The aquifer is composed primarily of basalts and covers approximat square miles.
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Get this from a library. Reconnaissance of ground-water quality, eastern Snake River basin, Idaho. [D J Parliman; Geological Survey (U.S.),; Idaho.
Department of Water Resources.]. Reconnaissance of ground-water quality, eastern Snake River basin, Idaho (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D J Parliman; Geological Survey (U.S.); Idaho. Department of Water Resources.
RECONNAISSANCE OF THE HYDROLOGY OF THE LITTLE LOST RIVER BASIN, IDAHO By M. MUNDORFF, H. BROOM, and CHABOT KILBURN ABSTRACT The Little Lost River basin is one of several basins along the northwest flank of the Snake River Plain that has no surface outlet to Cited by: 4.
Ground water is a key resource supporting many aspects of Idaho's way of life. It replenishes our streams and rivers and provides fresh water for irrigation, industry, and communities. In addition, ground water is the source of drinking water for 95% of Idaho citizens.
As Idaho's population grows, so does the need for clean, usable ground water. Ground Water Reports by Geographic Area Technical Report Series.
Ground Reconnaissance of ground-water quality Contamination and Monitoring Activities on the Rathdrum Prairie Aquifer, Kootenai County () (Not Available); Ground Water Vulnerability Assessment, Snake River Plain, Southern Idaho (April ) Idaho Snake-Payette Rivers Hydrologic Unit Ground Water Quality Assessment (July ).
WATER RESOURCES OF THE UPPER HENRYS FORK BASIN IN EASTERN IDAHO Idaho Department of Water Resources Water Information Bulletin No. 46 May Henrys Fork of the Snake River drops 65 feet over Lower Mesa Falls near Ashton, Idaho (Division Idaho book.
This report provides information about the current quality of ground water in the major aquifers in Idaho and describes that quality on areal and temporal bases to the level of detail possible from the available data.
In Idaho, as in the rest of the Nation, the quality of ground-water resources can be degraded by human ac by: 9.
Figure 3. Direction of regional ground-water flow, discharge areas, and irrigated acreage, eastern Snake River Plain, Idaho. Figure 4. Generalized geology, water-table altitude, and geologic groups and formations, and generalized stratigraphy of the eastern Snake River Plain, Idaho.
Figure 5. A ground-water quality reconnaissance study published nearly 20 years ago shows that chloride levels of about 10 mg/L were widespread in remote areas of the eastern Snake River Plain whereas chloride levels of about mg/L were common in ground-water beneath.
The tern "Eastern Snake River Plain Area1* means the trust water area of the Snake Plain Aquifer upstream from the USGS gaging station on the Snake River at King Hill.
To further define the western boundary of this area, department designated hydrologic basin nos. 37 among other basins, are included in the area. From toapproximately curies of iodine (I) were contained in wastewater generated at the Idaho National Laboratory, with almost all of it discharged at or near the Idaho Nuclear Technology and Engineering Center (INTEC).
Untilmost of the wastewater was discharged directly into the eastern Snake River Plain (ESRP). This reports evaluates the ground-water resources of about 1, square miles in the semiarid uplands south of the Snake River between Bruneau River and Salmon Falls Creek.
The outcropping rocks are the Idavada Volcanics of Pliocene age, and the Idaho Group of Pliocene and Plieistocene age, consisting of the Banbury Basalt of middle Pliocene age and overlying predominantly sedimentary deposits. Eastern Snake River Plain, Idaho 63 Water Quality Objectives The overall USDA Demonstration Project objective was to decrease nitrate and pesticide concentra-tions through the adoption of BMPs on agricultural lands.
Specific project objectives for the USEPA File Size: KB. The Snake River Aquifer is a large reservoir of groundwater underlying the Snake River Plain in the southern part of the U.S.
state of of the water in the aquifer comes from rain and melting snow that flows onto the plain from the Snake River, Big Lost River, Bruneau River, and other watercourses of southern ing about miles ( km) from east to west, it is an Australia: Gnangara Mound, Great Artesian.
Snake River Basin Surface Water-Ground Water Interaction, Idaho Water Resource Research Institute, University of Idaho. Kjelstrom, L.C.,Streamflow gains and losses in the Snake River and ground-water budgets for the Snake River Plain, Idaho and eastern Oregon: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper C, 47 p.
Snake River Plant Aquifer and Perched Groundwater Zones, Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho, EmphasisDOE/ID, Report3 99T. Beasley, P. Dixon, and L. Mann, “Tc, U, and Np in the Snake River Plain Aquifer at the IdahoFile Size: KB.
GROUND WATER VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT SNAKE RIVER PLAIN, SOUTHERN IDAHO Produced Through a Cooperative Effort By: Mi chae1 Rupert, Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Tana Dace, Idaho Department Of Water Resources Molly Maupin, U.S.
Geological Survey Bruce Wicherski, Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. Goodell, S.A.
Water Use on the Snake River Plain, Idaho and Eastern Oregon, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper E. Idaho Departmentof Water Resources,Upper Snake River Basin Study.
Idaho Department of Water Resources,Feasibility of Large-Scale Managed Recharge of the Eastern Snake River Plain Aquifer System. Stable isotope data (2H and 18O) were used in conjunction with chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) and tritium/helium-3 (3H/3He) data to determine the fraction and age of irrigation water in ground water mixtures from farmed parts of the Eastern Snake River Plain (ESRP) Aquifer in south-central Idaho.
Two groups of waters were recognized: (1) regional background water, unaffected by irrigation and. Evaluation of Well-Purging Effects on Water-Quality Results for Samples Collected from the Eastern Snake River Plain Aquifer Underlying the Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho.
Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Energy DOE/ID By LeRoy L. Knobel. Download the report (PDF, MB) Table of Contents. Ground water is the princi- pal source supplying municipal and and industrial water requirements in the basin; over 70 jercent of the municipal population is served by ground water only, another 25 per- ESTIMATED MAXIMUM RUNS OF SALMON AND STEELHEAD TO THE SNAKE RIVER SYSTEM * Species Columbia River Put McNary Dam Snake River % of Columbia Fall.Geology and Ground-Water Resources of the Snake River Plain in SE Idaho [Harold T.
Stearns] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Harold T. Stearns.The goals of the Idaho Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer CREP, when fully enrolled, include: Reducing irrigation water use by up toacre-feet annually by reducing or ceas-ing water application on up toirrigated cropland acres; Improving the Snake River’s water quality and ﬂ ow by in-creasing the aquifer’s ground.