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Estimation of shallow ground-water recharge in the Great Lakes Basin
Brian P. Neff
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, VA]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 16-18).
|Statement||by B.P. Neff, A.R. Piggott, and R.A. Sheets ; National Assessment of Water Availability and Use Program in cooperation with National Water Research Institute, Environment Canada.|
|Series||Scientific investigations report -- 2005-5284|
|Contributions||Piggott, A. R., Sheets, R. A., National Water Research Institute (Canada), Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||GB1197.7 .N44 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 20 p. :|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||2006360412|
A regional groundwater-flow model of the Lake Michigan Basin and surrounding areas has been developed in support of the Great Lakes Basin Pilot project under the U.S. Geological Survey's National Water Availability and Use Program. The transient 2-million-cell model incorporates multiple aquifers and pumping centers that create water-level drawdown that extends into . Great Lakes Basin Map Below is interactive map showing the approximate location of the surface water boundary of the Great Lakes Basin in Indiana. Learn more about the Great Lakes .
Groundwater in Great Basin National Park Great Basin National Park is part of two Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) defined drainage areas. The east side of the mountain range is part of Hamlin-Snake Valleys (USGS cataloging unit ) and the west side is part of Spring-Steptoe Valleys (USGS cataloging unit ). In this sense, the wells are withdrawing ground water that originated hundreds if not thousands of years ago as precipitation over land, entered the flow system as recharge, and migrated eastward over long flow paths to be stored below the Lake. So much for the relation of deep ground water to Lake Michigan. Shallow ground water has its own story.
Great Lakes Basin. Mean annual groundwater recharge can be calculated by multiplying a grid of local base flow index (BFI) values by a grid of local mean annual runoff values. This approach is consistent with that of Wolock (b) to estimate mean annual natural groundwater recharge. The. the Great Lakes along with direct precipitation. American researchers have estimated that more than half of the streamflow entering the U.S. Great Lakes basin may be from groundwater inflow. 12 In contrast, be-cause of different hydrogeologic conditions, the average annual contribu-.
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Estimation of Shallow Ground-Water Recharge in the Great Lakes Basin By B.P. Neff, A.R. Piggott1, and R.A. Sheets Abstract This report presents the results of the first known inte-grated study of long-term average ground-water recharge.
This report presents estimates of long-term (tens of years) average recharge to shallow aquifers (usually less than ft deep) for the portions of Ontario and the eight Great Lakes States that lie within the Great Lakes Basin, the upper St.
Lawrence River Basin extending downstream to the cities of Massena, New York, and Cornwall, Ontario, and the Ottawa River Basin. Estimates of recharge are based on base-flow estimates for streams throughout the Great Lakes Basin and the assumption that base flow in a given stream is equal to the amount of shallow ground-water recharge to the surrounding watershed, minus losses to evapotranspiration.
Base-flow estimates were developed throughout. Estimates of recharge are based on base-flow estimates for streams throughout the Great Lakes Basin and the assumption that base flow in a given stream is equal to the amount of shallow.
- Map showing shallow ground-water recharge rates in the Great Lakes Basin. - Map showing study area and surficial geology of the Great Lakes Basin. - Map showing study area and surficial geology of the Great Lakes Basin.
Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times. estimation of shallow groundwater recharge using a gis-based distributed water balance model 29 The Poznan Plateau, selected as the test area (5, km.
Cambridge Core - Geochemistry and Environmental Chemistry - Estimating Groundwater Recharge - by Richard W. Healy. Spatio-temporal variation of groundwater recharge in response to variability in precipitation, land use and soil in Yanqing Basin, Beijing, China.
Hydrogeology Journal, Vol. 20, Issue. 7, p. Cited by: ESTIMATION OF SHALLOW GROUNDWATER RECHARGE USING A GIS-BASED DISTRIBUTED WATER BALANCE MODEL. The Poznan Plateau, selected as the test area (5, km. 2), is located in the central part of the Poznan Lowland (western Poland).
In territori-al structure it is delimited by the river valleys of the Warta in the north and east and by Warta’s. Groundwater extraction is one of the most important criteria of land degradation especially land subsidence in arid and semi-arid areas.
Understanding the relationship between water extraction and recharge of groundwater can lead to better watershed management. For the estimation of groundwater recharge in Razan-Ghahavand watershed in Central Iran the Soil Cited by: 6.
Estimation of groundwater recharge using water balance coupled with base-ﬂow-record estimation and stable-base-ﬂow analysis Received: 14 February Accepted: 12 April Published online: 11 May Springer-Verlag Abstract In this paper, the long-term mean annual groundwater re-charge of Taiwan is estimated with.
Estimation of shallow ground-water recharge in the Great Lakes basin. This report presents the results of the first known integrated study of long-term average ground-water recharge to shallow aquifers (generally less than feet deep) in the United States and Canada for the Great Lakes, upper St.
Lawrence, and Ottawa River Basins. Estimates of recharge to ground water. Initial estimates are presented in Estimation of Shallow Ground-Water Recharge in the Great Lakes Basin.
Current work includes estimates of the changes in recharge with time, increased spatial resolution of recharge estimates, and development of techniques to project recharge under changing climatic conditions.
Groundwater in the Great Lakes Basin (GLB) serves as a reservoir of approximately to km 3 of water and is a significant source of water to the Great Lakes. Indirect groundwater inflow from tributaries of the Great Lakes may account for 5–25% of the total water inflow to the Great Lakes and in Lake Michigan it is estimated that groundwater directly contributes 2–% Cited by: Estimation of shallow ground-water recharge in the Great Lakes Basin / by B.P.
Neff, A.R. Piggott, and R.A. Sheets ; National Assessment of Water Availability and Use Program in cooperation with National Water Research Institute, Environment : Brian P. Neff. Shallow Groundwater Recharge and its Potential for Smallholder Dry Period Irrigation in Lake Tana Basin Seifu n et al., Bahir Dar Institute of Technology The Amhara Agricultural Forum Petra Schmitter2, Prossie Nakawuka2, Abdu Yimer1, Debebe Lijalem1, Temesge Enku1, Tammo.
Acknowledging these facts, the generally accepted method for estimating the groundwater quantity part of the Reserve, as an element of defining the so-called Resource Directed Measures (RDM) of the NWA (DWAF,Xu et al., ), is to use estimates of groundwater recharge and stream baseflow as the upper limit for groundwater exploitation Cited by: 5.
Initial estimates are presented in Estimation of Shallow Ground-Water Recharge in the Great Lakes Basin. Current work includes estimates of the changes in recharge with time, increased spatial resolution of recharge estimates, and development of techniques to project recharge under changing climatic conditions.
Hydrogeologic data from Regional Aquifer System Analyses (RASA) studies by the U.S. Geological Survey in the Great Lakes Basin, United States, duringwere compiled and used to estimate the total volume of water that is stored in the many aquifers of the basin.
These studies focused on six regional aquifer systems: the Cambrian-Ordovician aquifer system in. The SWB groundwater recharge model has been used in several completed and ongoing regional groundwater studies in the U.S. including the High Plains Aquifer [Stanton et al., ], the Lake Michigan Basin [Feinstein et al., ], basins in Wisconsin [Dripps and Bradbury, ] and Minnesota [Smith and Westenbroek, ], and the Northern Cited by:.
ABSTRACT: To quantify and model the natural ground water recharge process, six sites located in the midwest and eastern United States where previous water balance observations had been made were compared to computerized techniques to estimate: (1) base flow and (2) ground water recharge.
Results from an existing automated digital filter technique for separating Cited by: Water Availability -- Great Lakes Basin Holtschlag, D.J.,Application guide for AFINCH (analysis of flows in networks of channels) described by NHDplus: U.S.
Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Reportp. Water Availability -- Great Lakes Basin.Ground water in the Great Lakes Basin: the case of southeastern Wisconsin follows from an initial location where recharge enters the water table to a final point where it discharges from the ground-water system.
The combined recharge areas that feed a given discharge feature (be it a stream, lake, or wetland) constitutes the zone of ground.