3 edition of Kansas ground-water quality found in the catalog.
Kansas ground-water quality
Includes bibliographical references (p. 3-4).
|Other titles||Kansas ground water quality.|
|Statement||by Claud H. Baker Jr. and Cristi V. Hansen.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 87-726.|
|Contributions||Hansen, Cristi V., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Water Quality Report, which provides a detailed overview of your drinking water. KC Water operates and maintains 2, miles of pipe that deliver clean drinking water right to the taps of almost a half million Kansas City residents and 32 wholesale customers in the Kansas City area. Yet, much of this aging water infrastructure, some of. Media Contact. Mandy Cawby. - - [email protected]
Chemical effects of selected trace-metals from sanitary landfill leachates on ground water quality: Project completion study (Contribution / Kansas Water Resources Research Institute) [Eric C Vogl] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Logistic and linear regression model documentation for statistical relations between continuous real-time and discrete water-quality constituents in the Kansas River, Kansas, July through June
Kansas River Water Quality Purpose. The Kansas River is a water supply source for the cities of Manhattan, Topeka, Lawrence, Olathe and Water One in Johnson County. The river periodically experiences taste-and-odor episodes that may be caused by cyanobacteria in upstream reservoirs or from run-off events. The objective of the study was to. Hydrogeology and ground-water-quality conditions at the Geary County landfill, northeast Kansas, Book Myers, N C ; Bigsby, P R Chemical analyses of water from monitoring wells installed at locations upgradient and downgradient from the landfill indicate the presence of calcium bicarbonate, sodium chloride, and mixed calcium bicarbonate.
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KANSAS Ground-Water Quality Ground water is the principal source of supply for more than public-water-supply systems in Kan sas, including that of the largest city, Wichita. Ground water also is the primary source of self-supplied rural- domestic water.
About 60 percent of the State's million people drink ground water. (See populationCited by: 2. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated Kansas ground-water quality book results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Hydrogeology and ground-water-quality conditions at the Geary County Landfill, northeast Kansas, by Nathan C. Myers,Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports [distributor] edition, in English. Hydrogeology and ground-water-quality conditions at the Geary County Landfill, northeast Kansas, by Nathan C.
Myers,Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports [distributor] edition, in EnglishPages: Kansas Groundwater Association.
Address: P.O. Kansas ground-water quality bookMullinville, KS Phone: Fax: Email: [email protected] [email protected] Kansas Implementation Procedures (PDF) (26 pp, K) Kansas Statutes Annotated (KSA) Supp.
82a (PDF) (3 pp, 58 K) Senate Substitute for House Bill (PDF) (7 pp, K) Kansas Surface Water Quality Standards, Tables of Numeric Criteria (PDF) (18 pp, K) Kansas Surface Water Quality Standards Variance Register () (PDF) (9 pp.
Water Well Program. Pam Chaffee, Professional Geologist Water Well Program Manager Geology & Well Technology, SW Jackson Street, Suite Topeka, KS Office: () Fax: () [email protected] General Information.
Western Kansas Groundwater Management District No. 1 Kyle Spencer, Manager West 5th P.O. Box Scott City, Kansas Phone: () The Ground Water Rule (GWR) was developed to reduce the risk of illness caused by microbial contamination in public ground water systems (GWSs). The GWR establishes a risk-targeted approach to identify GWSs susceptible to fecal contamination and requires corrective action to correct significant deficiencies and source water fecal contamination.
Ground-water quality in quaternary deposits of the central High Plains aquifer, south-central Kansas, [Larry M. Pope] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Larry M. Pope. Digitized by Kansas Correctional Industries.
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Kansas ground-water quality [microform] in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. 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. As the largest water system in Kansas, WaterOne’s priority is producing high-quality water. Overpeople rely on us to take the quality and safety of our water very seriously.
It’s a responsibility we deliver on. Each year more t samples are collected and nearlytests are conducted to ensure our water is clean and safe. Kansas Ground Water An Introduction to the State's Water Quantity, Quality, and Management Issues compiled by Rex Buchanan and Robert W.
Buddemeier. with contributions from Thomas J. McClain P. Allen Macfarlane Marios Sophocleous Donald O. Whittemore James E. Mitchell Originally published in as Kansas Geological Survey, Educational Series USGS Water-Quality Data for Kansas.
Click to hide state-specific text. Historic (pre) gage-height data may contain erroneous values, such as pressure sensors encased in ice, even if they are flagged as approved. These data are made available to the public, but data users are cautioned to carefully screen the data and contact the USGS.
Today, even with the discovery of vast amounts of ground water in western Kansas, there is concern about ground-water depletion and the contamination of sources of freshwater. The purpose of this book is to help Kansans understand, protect, and manage wisely an important natural resource. Groundwater levels for Kansas.
Click to hide state-specific text. Historic (pre) gage-height data may contain erroneous values, such as pressure sensors encased in ice, even if they are flagged as approved.
These data are made available to the public, but data users are cautioned to carefully screen the data and contact the USGS Kansas.
Hydrogeology and water-quality conditions at the Emporia-Lyon County Landfill, eastern Kansas, were investigated from April through April Potentiometric-surface maps indicated groundwater movement from the northeast and northwest towards the landfill and then south through the landfill to the Cottonwood River.
The maps indicate that during periods of low groundwater levels. Groundwater -- Quality (subtopics) Groundwater -- Quality -- Government policy (subtopics) Groundwater -- Quality -- Government policy -- United States (1 title) Groundwater -- United States (subtopics) Groundwater -- Valuation (1 title) Group 13 elements (subtopics) Group 14 elements (subtopics) Group 15 elements (subtopics) Group 16 elements.
Hydrogeology and ground-water-quality conditions at the Linn County Landfill, eastern Kansas, Water-Resources Investigations Report By: R.D. Falwell, P.R. Bigsby, and N.C. Myers.Inthe Kansas Legislature enacted the Kansas Groundwater Management District Act, which also contained specific provisions (K.S.A.
82a, K.S.A. 82a and K.S.A. 82a) for initiation of proceedings for and designation of Intensive Groundwater Use Control Areas (IGUCA).The Kansas Ground Water Association brings together the individuals that work hand in hand in the ground water industry.
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