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Ground-water resources of the Dayton area, Ohio

Stanley Eugene Norris

Ground-water resources of the Dayton area, Ohio

by Stanley Eugene Norris

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
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    Places:
  • Ohio,
  • Dayton Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Groundwater -- Ohio -- Dayton Region.,
    • Water-supply -- Ohio -- Dayton Region.,
    • Geology -- Ohio -- Dayton Region.,
    • Water -- Composition.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Stanley E. Norris and Andrew M. Spieker.
      SeriesGeological Survey water-supply paper ;, 1808
      ContributionsSpieker, Andrew Maute, 1932- joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTC801 .U2 no. 1808
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 167 p.
      Number of Pages167
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL256291M
      LC Control Numbergs 65000324

      The Miami Conservancy District protects communities in southwest Ohio from flooding, preserves water through stewardship, and promotes the enjoyment of our waterways. News & Events more. Test Your Well event March What’s in your water? Butler and Preble County residents, bring a well-water sample to the Test Your Well event on Tuesday. Ground-water levels and directions of flow in Geauga County, Ohio, September , and changes in ground-water levels, / (Columbus, Ohio: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor], ), by Martha L. Jagucki, Lori L. Lesney, Geauga County.

      @article{osti_, title = {Business benefits of wellhead protection. Case studies: Dayton, Ohio; Xenia, Ohio; and Pekin, Illinois. Source water protection business and economic series No. 1}, author = {Job, C A}, abstractNote = {Business participation is a critical factor for three succesful local wellhead and ground water protection programs in Dayton and Xenia, Ohio and Pekin, Illinois. ’, includes highest elevation in Ohio (Campbell Hill, ’) Mad River Interlobate Plain. Area between two major converging glacial lobes with extensive outwash, outwash ter-races, and bordering moraines; springs and cool, ground-water-fed surface waters; elevation ’’, moderate relief (’) Darby Size: KB.

      Soil Survey of Vinton County, Ohio. General Soil Map The general soil map, which is a color map, shows the survey area divided into groups of associated soils called To find information about your area of interest, locate that area on the map, identify the name of the map unit in the the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of. Ground-water resources of the Valley-Train deposits in the Fairborn area, Ohio / (Columbus: Ohio. Division of Water, ), by William C. Walton, George D. Scudder, Ohio. Division of Water, and Geological Survey (U.S.) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).


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Ground-water resources of the Dayton area, Ohio by Stanley Eugene Norris Download PDF EPUB FB2

The principal aquifers of the Dayton area are sand and gravel layers in the to foot thick glacial deposits filling the river valleys (Miami River and its tributaries), which were originally cut in bedrock by preglacial streams. The upper and lower aquifers are separated by a poorly permeable till-rich zone, which confines the water in the lower aquifer; recharge to the lower aquifer.

GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE DAYTON AREA, OHIO By STANLEY E. NORRIS and ANDREW M. SPIEKER ABSTRACT Use of ground water in Dayton Ground-water resources of the Dayton area environs, in southwestern Ohio, amounted to mgd (million gallons per day) in or about one Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Norris, Stanley Eugene, Ground-water resources of the Dayton area, Ohio.

Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of the. Ground-water resources of the Dayton area, Ohio Paperback – by Norris, Stanley Eugene Spieker, Andrew Maute, (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" Author: Norris, Stanley Eugene Spieker, Andrew Maute. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Norris, Stanley Eugene Ground-water resources of the Dayton area, Ohio (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource.

VIDEO: Ground Water and the Ohio Wellhead Protection Program (This minute video discusses source water protection for public water systems that use ground water, and is designed for general audiences, from children to adults.

It covers how ground water moves through the subsurface to a well, how ground water becomes polluted, and how local. Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA), Southwest District Office: () Ground Water City of Dayton Division of Water Supply and Treatment: () Wastewater City of Dayton Water Reclamation Plant: () Storm Water City of Dayton Division of.

Many more use or benefit from Ohio's extensive ground water resources. Ohio EPA's Division of Drinking and Ground Waters participates in many activities to ensure Ohio's tap water is safe to drink and our precious water resources are protected for future generations.

Glacial deposits, southwest Ohio River basin study area, Ohio / Shows southwestern Ohio. At head of title: Map "Source: Family of maps SCS draw. 5,R, () and Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey." Includes location map. "5," Contributor: United States. Soil Conservation Service.

Geology and ground-water resources of Portage County, Ohio, (Geological Survey professional paper ) [Winslow, John Durfee] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Geology and ground-water resources of Portage County, Ohio, (Geological Survey professional paper )Author: John Durfee Winslow.

Land use is mixed agricultural and industrial near the Hamilton North Well Field. The occurrence and distribution of precipitation in the area controls both surface- and ground-water flow.

Southwest Ohio's climate is classified as humid temperate, and the average annual precipitation for Hamilton is approximately in. (Harstine, ). The Statewide Aquifer Mapping Program's (SAMP) primary product is a series of GIS coverages that delineate aquifer boundaries and thickness, quantify yields, and standardize naming for all of the significant bedrock (consolidated) and glacial (unconsolidated) aquifers in Ohio.

Hire the Best Water Line Services in Dayton, OH on HomeAdvisor. Compare Homeowner Reviews from 6 Top Dayton Water Main Install or Repair services. Get Quotes & Book Instantly. Chlorofluorocarbons (CFC method) and tritium and helium isotopes (3H-3He method) were used as environmental tracers to estimate ground-water age in conjunction with efforts to develop a regional ground-water flow model of the buried-valley aquifer in the Dayton area, southwestern Ohio.

This report describes results of CFC and water-quality sampling, summarizes relevant aspects of previously. In the mids, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Water began statewide, county-by-county mapping of the potential for ground water pollution.

Franklin County Ground Water Pollution Potential Map and Report. This report is dedicated to James J. Schmidt, author of The Ground Water Resources of Franklin County ( and ) and for forty years the authority on ground water in central Ohio.

Other studies suggest that 1, pCi/l would be required to elevate indoor-air radon by 1 pCi/l. Several studies of radon in Ohio ground water show no levels ab pCi/l, and most readings are below 1, pCi/l.

These data suggest that radon in ground water in Ohio may not be a significant problem. Additional Information. Dayton Highlights. Video Tour of Dayton. Learn more about the City of Dayton and all it has to offer.

Free tax preparation - Claim the EITC & CTC. Notice to far southwest neighborhoods. Dayton Water - Investing for Tomorrow. / The need for protection and management of ground water resources in Ohio has been clearly recognized.

About 42 percent of Ohio citizens rely on ground water for drinking and household use from both municipal and private wells. Industry and agriculture also utilize significant quantities of ground water for processing and irrigation. Kentucky Militia and had known the area during the frontier Indian wars of.

Barrett, "A Tribute to John Snow, M.D., London ," Bulletin of the. Hist or y of Medicine, XIX (), The Xenia city documents are located in the Wright State University Library, American. History Research Center, Local Government Records. The item Ground-water levels and flow directions in the buried valley aquifer around Dayton, Ohio, SeptemberU.S.

Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; by Denise H. Dumouchelle ; prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State.initiative in the Ohio Ground Water Protection and Management Strategy (Ohio EPA, ).

Based on this recommendation, the Ohio General Assembly funded the mapping program. A dedicated mapping unit has been established in the Division of Water, Ground Water Resources Section to implement the ground water pollution potential mapping program on aFile Size: 5MB.System: U.S.

Geological Survey, Water Resources Investigations42 p. Ohio Department of Natural Resources,Ground Water for Planning in Northwest Ohio– A Study of the Carbonate Rock Aquifer: Division of Water, Ohio Water Inventory Rep 63 p.

Raymondi, R.R.,Aquifer Test in Carbonate Rocks Overlain by Glacial Sediments.