Hydrogeology of the Helena Valley-fill aquifer system, west-central Montana

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Other titlesHydrogeology of the Helena Valley fill aquifer system, west-central Montana
Statementby David W. Briar and James P. Madison ; prepared in cooperation with the Lewis and Clark City-County Health Department
SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 92-4023
ContributionsMadison, James P, Geological Survey (U.S.), Lewis & Clark City-County Health Dept
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Hydrogeology of the Helena Valley-fill aquifer system, west-central Montana. Water resources investigationCited by: 1. the aquifer system beneath the valley. Briar and Madison () developed a ground-water budget and numerical ground-water flow model for the valley-fill aquifer system.

Thamke () assessed the hydrology of the bedrock aquifer surrounding the Helena valley-fill aquifer; her study provided data on water-level trends in wells and ground-water. hills that surround the Helena Valley encompasses abour square miles in west-central Montana.

Water from Helena area bedrock is used by an increas­ ing number of residents as the primary source of domestic water supply and also provides a large part of the annual recharge to the Helena valley-fill aquifer system.

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Briar, Paul K. Christensen, and Douglas J. Oellermann ABSTRACT The stratigraphy of the southern part of the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation. E 6th Avenue Helena, Montana Phone: () Toll Free: () TTY:() Email: View Directory HOURS: Monday-Friday 8am - 5pm.

Hydrology of Helena Area Bedrock, West-Central Montana, with a section on Geologic Setting and a Generalized Bedrock Geologic Map By Joanna N. Thamke and Mitchell W. Reynolds. The Generalized Bedrock Geologic Map of the Helena Area, West-Central Montana (plate 1 in the report) provides an intermediate-scale overview of bedrock in the.

Hydrogeology — Montana — Helena Region; Related Titles: Hydrogeology of the Helena Valley fill aquifer system, west-central Montana Note: Shipping list no.: P. "April " Chiefly tables. One map on 1 folded leaf in pocket. Bibliography Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages ).

The Helena valley in west–central Montana comprises about square miles (, acres) and is underlain by about 6, ft of valley fill composed of Tertiary sediments unconformably overlain by about ft of Quaternary alluvium.

Because of the hydraulic interconnection of water-yielding zones, the valley-fill deposits function as one. Hydrology of the Helena area bedrock, west-central Montana. Book ^ EHEKYSEXSL Hydrogeology and Analysis of Aquifer Characteristics in West-Central Pinellas County, Florida: Open-File Report (Paperback) By J C Broska, H L Barnette Bibliogov, United States, Paperback.

Book Condition: New. x mm. Language: English. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.The U.S. Geological Survey. Thermal Sources –Helena Valley “Deep” Basin – feet of Tertiary Valley Fill – Geothermal gradient range – maximum temperatures °C/ft x ft = 33°C (91°F) °C/ft x ft = 66°C (°F) – Upwelling of Heated Waters Know warm water is present – What about cool water at.

aquifer is described by Briar and Madison (Hydrogeology of the Helena Valley-Fill Aquifer System. West-Central Montana, U.S. Geological Survey, Water-Resources Investigation Report) as a sequence of complexly stratified lenses of cobbles, gravel and sand with percent of the section composed of intercalated silt and clay.

Hydrogeology of the Helena Valley The Helena Valley is an intermontane basin located in west-central Montana (Figure 1). The valley is bounded by the Big Belt Mountains on the north, the Scratchgravel Hills to the west, the Elkhorn Mountains and Boulder Batholith to the south, and the Spokane Bench to the east.

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Applicant's Exhibit A34 is a copy of the HYDROGEOLOGY OF THE HELENA VALLEY-FILL AQUIFER SYSTEM, WEST-CENTRAL MONTANA, U.S. Geological Survey, Water-Resources Investigations Report (i.e., the Briar Madison Report). Applicant's Exhibit A35 is a copy of Objectors’ Answers to Applicant’s First and Second Discovery Requests.

• Snake River Plain Aquifer System • Columbia Basin Basalt Aquifer System • Puget –Willamette Trough Aquifer Systems Four generalized aquifer systems: • Valley fill • Basin fill • Fractured rock • Coastal aquifers.

Columbia Basin aquifer hydrology •. 2 Hydrogeology and Analysis of Aquifer Characteristics in West-Central Pinellas County, Florida Purpose and Scope This report presents the results of a study by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with Pinellas County, to evaluate the brackish-water resources underlying the Walsingham Park study area in west-central Pinellas County.

Hydrology of the Watershed Contributed by: Craig N. Kendall, Hydrologist, Flathead National Forest Hydrology is the study of the movement, distribution, and quality of water; it includes all components of the hydrologic cycle on the earth and in the atmosphere. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

Hydrology of the Helena area bedrock, west-central Montana, in SearchWorks catalog. Geology and hydrology of the deep bedrock aquifers in eastern Colorado (map) Geology and hydrology of the deep bedrock aquifers in eastern Colorado / Department of the Interior, U.S.

Geological Survey ; by S.G. Robson and E.R. Banta. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, -- 1 online resource (22 maps on 6 sheets): color. Groundwater Data. NEWS.

Island County Well Data is now available via an Online Well-Viewer Application.

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With this application you can view wells in an area. Clicking on any well provides a link to more information about the well, including scanned well logs, water level, water quality (chemistry) and public water system information (where applicable and available).

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The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with Pinellas County, Florida, conducted an investigation to describe the hydrogeology and analyze the aquifer characteristics in west-central Pinellas County.

A production test well and four monitor wells were constructed in Pinellas County at Walsingham Park during Water-quality sampling, static and dynamic borehole geophysical surveys, and.

The report includes descriptions of the hydrogeologic framework of the study site; hydraulic characteristics of the aquifer system; and description of the ground-water quality.

The objectives of this report are to describe the hydrogeology at the test site, and evaluate an aquifer test conducted in the Upper Floridan aquifer at the test site. As with any natural system, almost any log transmissivity value is possible for a given unit; however the probability of a well producing an extreme value is low (Dixon,see references cited below).

The view for this coverage contains several themes: The Hydrogeology theme shows the Hydrogeologic Unit Map for the LWQD. The village of Endicott, New York, and the adjacent town of Vestal have historically used groundwater from the Susquehanna River valley-fill aquifer system for municipal water supply, but parts of some aquifers in this urban area suffer from legacy contamination from varied sources.

Endicott would like to identify sites distant from known contamination where productive aquifers could supply. Abstract The hydrogeology of the valley-fill aquifer system along a mile reach of the Susquehanna River valley and adjacent areas was evaluated in eastern Broome and southeastern Chenango Counties, New York.

The surficial geology, inferred ice-marginal positions, and distribution of stratified-drift aquifers were mapped from existing data.

Questions or concerns about USGS streamflow data in Montana and Wyoming can be directed to Kirk Miller ([email protected]; ).Updated Septem - USGS water-resources monitoring activities were restored effective Aug at the following site.

Muddy Creek near Vaughn, Montana (POR: 82 years); Updated J - USGS water .Groundwater from the deep regional consolidated rock aquifer in east-central Nevada is currently being explored as a potential water supply.

Understanding the potential impact to the regional groundwater aquifer by development is limited due to lack of deep wells that help define the hydrogeology of this system.