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Occurrence, quantity, and quality of ground water in Taylor County, Texas

Howard D. Taylor

Occurrence, quantity, and quality of ground water in Taylor County, Texas

by Howard D. Taylor

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Published by Texas Dept. of Water Resources in Austin .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas,
  • Taylor County.
    • Subjects:
    • Groundwater -- Texas -- Taylor County.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 63-65.

      Statementby Howard D. Taylor.
      SeriesReport - Texas Department of Water Resources ; 224, Report (Texas. Dept. of Water Resources) ;, 224.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB1025.T4 T29
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 126 p., [6] leaves of plates (5 fold.) :
      Number of Pages126
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4069443M
      LC Control Number79623083

      Ground Water Year Book - India Ground Water Year Book - India ground water occurrence, movement and yield potential. CARBONATE ROCKS observation wells once a year during the month of April/ May to obtain background information of ground water quality changes on regional scale. The database thus generated forms the. Texas court cases addressing groundwater ownership date back to at least W. A. East sued the Houston & Texas Central Railway Co., alleging the Railway’s aggressive pumping of water from a well on their property had dried up a natural spring on East’s adjacent property.

      This study on ground water contains the following topics: hydrometeorolgy, hydrogeology and acrial photography, and acquifer properties and ground water flow. Useful book is there any hard copy available for this book electrical electrical resistivity electrodes equation evaporation evapotranspiration Example flownet fluid formation Reviews: 7. Full text of "Water well standards: San Joaquin County" was published in March In July f, results of an extensive ground water quality investigation were published in Bulletin No. lU6, "San Joaquin County Ground Water Investigation". the quantity of ground water available has changed, and this change is reflected in the change.

      97% of 86 private well samples collected in Taylor County from met the health-based drinking water limit for nitrate-nitrogen. Of the 86 samples that have been collected in the county, 5 samples (6%) contained between 2 and 10 mg/L (milligrams per liter, or parts per million) nitrate-nitrogen, and serve as indicators that land use has likely affected groundwater quality. An. counties (Cochran, Palmer, and Bailey) of Texas, United States to determine if coronary heart disease, hypertension, and hyperli- pidaemia were associated with low-level arsenic exposure (range 2.


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Occurrence, quantity, and quality of ground water in Taylor County, Texas by Howard D. Taylor Download PDF EPUB FB2

OCCURRENCE, AVAILABILITY, AND QUALITY OF GROUND WATER IN TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS CONCLUSIONS Geologic and hydrologic units which yield fresh to moderately saline ground water in Travis County, in the order of their importance as aquifers, are: the Edwards and associated limestones.

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Overview of Water Quality This report is a summary of and quality of ground water in Taylor County quality of the water the City of Taylor provides to its customers. The analysis was made by using the data from the most recent U.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) required tests and is presented in the attached pages. The square mile study area in southwestern King County, Washington is underlain by sediments as much as 2, feet thick, deposited during at least four continental glacial/interglacial periods.

Published surficial geologic maps and drillers' lithologic logs from about field-located wells were used to prepare 28 geologic sections; these sections were used to delineate 9 hydrogeologic.

OCCURRENCE OF GROUNDWATER. 1 An aquifer is a ground-water reservoir composed of geologic units that are saturated with water and sufficiently permeable to yield water in a usable quantity to wells and springs.

Sand and gravel deposits, sandstone, limestone, and fractured, crystalline rocks are examples of geological units that. reports in wilbarger county.

geology and underground waters of the wichita region, north-central texas: usgs water-supply paperground-water resources in the vicinity of vernon, texas: texas board of water engineers miscellaneous publication The Water Quality Program works with local, state and federal agencies to ensure that the needs of fish, wildlife, and aquatic resources are considered in water quality planning and permitting activities at both statewide and local levels.

A department-wide Water Quality Team, consisting primarily. Groundwater or phreatic water is subsurface water which absolutely saturates the pore spaces above an impermeable layer.

Water found in the pore spaces, cracks, tubes, crevices beneath the surface has been termed as underground water, groundwater, subsurface water and subterranean water.

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C Dale. Complaint Enforcement For Failed On-Site Sewage Facilities Within Taylor County It is a violation of state law to discharge sewage onto the ground. Complaints of this nature are investigated, evaluated and must be resolved in accordance with current state law.

The largest single use of underground water in Texas is for irrigation. In6 million acres in Texas was irrigated, and about 70 percent of all irrigation water came from underground sources.

More underground water is used for irrigation in Texas than for all other uses combined. When water service has been discontinued for non-payment of a bill, the full amount of the bill plus a $ reconnection fee must be paid before service is reinstated. Customers should contact the Utility Billing Department to report water leaks, main breaks, or water quality problems.

For sewer related problems, please call Rates. Surface Water Quality Standards Establishes explicit goals for the water quality of streams, rivers, lakes, and estuaries throughout the state.

Procedures for Implementing Water Quality Standards in Permitting Explains how water quality standards are applied to permitted wastewater dischargers. Monitoring and Assessing Surface Water Quality. Rapid development and population growth are occurring in Webb County in south Texas (fig.

Water managers need information on the ground-water resources of the area to address the increased demand for water caused by the development.

To help meet this need, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the City of Laredo, began a study in to assess the ground-water resources. Sep 08,  · Texas regulators last year documented new cases of groundwater contamination, a slight increase compared to but far fewer than in years past.

Case Study Background. EPA conducted a retrospective case study in Wise County, Texas to investigate reported instances of contamination of drinking water resources in areas where hydraulic fracturing activities occurred.For water leaks and sewer problems call This telephone number is answered 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.

Licensed and certified staff are on-call at all times to handle problems and maintain the distribution system in an efficient manner.History The City Council investigated the establishment of a rate for a Municipal Drainage Utility System (MDUS) beginning in Current legislation allows a City to collect a fee to address drainage related issues in the community including localized flooding, emergency operations, and the cost of providing infrastructure and facilities that permit the safe drainage of storm water.