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Hydrogeologic characterization of basalts

T. D. Steele

Hydrogeologic characterization of basalts

the northern rim of the Columbia Plateau physiographic province and of the Creston study area, eastern Washington

by T. D. Steele

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Published by Division of Engineering, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Basalt -- Washington (State),
  • Aquifers -- Washington (State)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by T.D. Steele, J.A. Paschis, R.A. Koenig.
    ContributionsPaschis, J. A., Koenig, R. A., U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research. Division of Engineering., In-Situ, Inc.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 124, 107 p. :
    Number of Pages124
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17659946M

      The volume can be considered to be an outgrowth of SEPM Concepts in Hydrogeology and Environmental Geology Volume 1, entitled Hydrogeologic Models of Sedimentary Aquifers, which aimed to show how sedimentological information can be used in aquifer characterization and can thus help solve hydrogeologic problems. Hydrogeologic characterization was done to develop an understanding of the hydrogeologic setting near Modesto by maximizing the use of existing data and building on previous work in the region. A substantial amount of new lithologic and hydrologic data are available that allow a more complete and updated characterization of the aquifer s: Jennifer L. Shelton, Karen R. Burow.

    Bentley, R.D., , Geology and stratigraphy of the Columbia Hills area (Wood Gulch Report), in, Pacific Groundwater Group, Hydrogeologic characterization Rabanco Regional Landfill, Klickitat County, Washington: Consultant Report prepared for The Rabanco Regional Landfill Company, Appendix F, 16 p. "The Hydrogeologic Character of Sedimentary Interbeds in Flood Basalts" inProceedings of the International Conference on Groundwater in Large Sedimentary Basins, H. Ventriss, editor; Australian Water Resources Council Conference Series No. 20, July , Perth, Australia.

    New Mexico Geological Society Guidebook, 58HYDROGEOLOGIC CHARACTERIZATION OF A GROUNDWATER SYSTEMth Field Conference, Jemez Mountains II, , p. SITE LOCATION AND TEST DESCRIPTION The Guaje well field is located in Guaje Canyon on the north-eastern flank of Pajarito Plateau (Fig.1). Background and Problem Tully Valley is part of the Onondaga Trough, which extends from the Valley Heads Moraine in the south to Onondaga Lake in the north near Syracuse, New York (fig. 1). The Onondaga Trough is filled with a complex sequence of glacial and post-glacial sediments that overlie Devonian carbonate rock and shale and Silurian shale and salt (fig.2).


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Hydrogeologic characterization of basalts: The northern rim of the Columbia Plateau Physiographic Province and of the Creston Study Area, eastern Washington.

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The conceptual model of the groundwater flow system integrates available data and information on the groundwater resources of the upper Umatilla River Basin and provides insights regarding key hydrologic processes, such as the interaction between the groundwater and surface water systems and the hydrologic conceptual groundwater model developed for the study area divides the groundwater flow system into five hydrogeologic units: a sedimentary unit, three Columbia River basalt Author: Nora B.

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Geological Survey (USGS) studies in the Columbia Plateau, and data and information available from numerous municipal and private groundwater users, this field trip will explore the geologic and structural features that influence the hydrogeologic character.

The early Mesozoic basalts, which are classified as nonlayered, have well-developed cooling joints. A hydrogeologic map of the State of Connecticut depicting these bedrock fracture characteristics and their dominant trends will be useful to State and local managers.

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BWIP’s Site Characterization Plan (USDOE, ). Geological Society of America Special Paper (Reidel and Hooper, ) presents a comprehensive summary of results from this period of cooperative research into the regional stratigraphic framework and tectonics of the Columbia River flood basalt province.

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References Cited Bjornstad, B.N., Babcock, R.S., and Last, G.V.,Flood basalts and Ice Age floods—Repeated late Cenozoic cataclysms of southeastern Washington. This book brings together different types of advances in hydrogeology, including mathematical and numerical conceptualization changes, different approaches to simulating groundwater flow and transport, and both field and laboratory hydrogeologic characterization advances.

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Book Condition: New. x mm. Language: English. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Hydrogeologic characterization was done to develop an understanding of the. Descriptions of the geologic history, hydrogeologic framework, water-budget components, and further data needs are provided in this document.

The SVRP aquifer consists primarily of thick layers of coarse-grained sediments—gravels, cobbles, and boulders—deposited during a series of outburst floods resulting from repeated collapse of the ice dam that impounded ancient Glacial Lake Missoula.

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hydrogeologic testing before receiving the DOE Site Characterization Plan for BWIP in order to provide timely guidance to the Department on an aspect of the site characterization investigations which has major programmatic impact, both in terms of schedule and cost.

Basic Approach The basic approach of this site technical position is that the. 4) 12% of the basalts have a mixed nature of N-MORB, E/P-MORB and OIB. Thus, the CIOB basalts are largely N-MORB but in terms of certain elemental concentrations a few basalts have characteristics of the three basic groups of the OFB.

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