Hydrogeology of the Keuper Sandstone in the Droitwich syncline area - Worcestershire.
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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English

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Thesis (Ph.D.)- University of Birmingham, Department of Geological Sciences.

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Municipalities in the lower Fox River Valley in northeastern Wisconsin obtain their water supply from a series of permeable sandstones and carbonates of Cambrian to Ordovician age. Withdrawals from this "sandstone aquifer" have resulted in water levels declining at a rate of more than 2 feet per year. The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the major water utilities in the Fox Cities. Hydrogeology of the Keuper sandstone in the Droitwich syncline area -Worcestershire. Unpublished PhD thesis, (). hydrogeology of two braided stream : Steven William Truss. There have been few research projects on the hydrogeology of Natal Group sandstones. However, well-field studies have shown that the Natal Group sandstone can be a very productive aquifer with. HYDROGEOLOGY AND ANALYSIS OF GROUND-WATER WITHDRAWAL IN THE MENDENHALL-D'LO AREA, SIMPSON COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI By Eric W. Strom and William T. Oakley U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report Prepared in cooperation with the PEARL RIVER BASIN DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT and the MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF .

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The study of sandstone depositional environments has an extensive existing literature. Much of this literature is oriented toward the specialist in the field rather than the generalist, and contains materials largely devoted to the hydrodynamics of sedimentation or the mechanisms of sediment movement and deposition; a minority contains well-illustrated material which is applicable to. the study area, Table outlines the properties of the aquifer units within the study area and Box outlines the GSI’s aquifer classification system. The regionally important aquifers in the study area are (GSI, ): • Ordovician volcanics; • Devonian to Early-Carboniferous Kiltorcan Sandstone Aquifer (including sandstones of the. HYDROGEOLOGY LECTURE NOTES PRINTED ON 5 MAY 1 Chapter 1 – Introduction to Hydrogeology The Properties of Water Pure water (H 2O) is: Clear, colorless - No discernable taste or smell - At 1 atmosphere - . In the examined geological profile o! the area there are Car­ boniferous, Tertiary and Quarternary formations. The producti­ ve ions consist of three li thos-tratygra­ phic series: the paralic complex - Namurian A ( anc! , a), the Upper Silesian sandstone .