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Ground-water flow in the New Jersey coastal plain

Mary Martin

Ground-water flow in the New Jersey coastal plain

by Mary Martin

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey, Information Services [distributor] in [Reston, VA], Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater flow -- New Jersey,
  • Groundwater flow -- New Jersey -- Atlantic Coast

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGround water flow in the New Jersey coastal plain
    Statementby Mary Martin
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 1404-H, Regional aquifer-system analysis--northern Atlantic coastal plain
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 146 p. :
    Number of Pages146
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15459118M
    ISBN 100607891033
    OCLC/WorldCa40999866

    A ground-water flow model previously developed as part of a Regional Aquifer System Analysis (RASA) of the New Jersey Coastal Plain was used to simulate ground-water flow in eight major confined aquifers to help evaluate ground-water resources in support of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's revision of the New Jersey State. New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) needs information about the effects of changes in those alloca-tions. Therefore, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in coop-eration with the NJDEP, used an existing ground-water-flow model of the New Jersey Coastal Plain .

    Pope, D. A., and Gordon, A. D., , Simulation of ground-water flow and movement of the freshwater-saltwater interface in the New Jersey coastal plain: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report , p. Current Conditions for New Jersey: Groundwater -- 27 site(s) found. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION Predefined displays

    A Watershed-Based Method For Relation Water Quality To Flow Characteristics Of New Jersey Streams - Evaluating the source and residence time of ground water discharging to headwater streams New Jersey Coastal Plain - Ground-water Contamination By Light Chlorinated Hydrocarbons at . Trenton, New Jersey Ground-Water Data Collection Network Ground-Water Levels and Chloride Concentrations in Major Aquifers of the Coastal Plain Ground-Water Supply Availability in Southern Ocean County Head of Tide Sampling Program for the New Jersey Harbour Toxic Contaminant Assessment Reduction Program High-Flow Water Quality Management.


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Ground-water flow in 10 aquifers and 9 intervening confining units of the New Jersey Coastal Plain was simulated as part of the Regional Aquifer System Analysis. Data on aquifer and confining unit characteristics and on pumpage and water levels from through were incorporated into a multilayer finite-difference model.

Abstract. Flow was simulated in 10 aquifers of the New Jersey Coastal Plain using a multilayer finite-difference model for prepumping steady-state conditions and transient conditions from The highest transmissivity, greater than 10, sq ft/day, is in Camden and Gloucester Counties in.

Ground-water-withdrawal and water-level data used to simulate regional flow in the major coastal plain aquifers of New Jersey [Otto S. Zapecza] on siyamiozkan.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Get this from a library. Ground-water flow in the New Jersey coastal plain. [M M Martin; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Hydrogeology, simulation of regional ground-water flow and saltwater intrusion, Potomac-Raritan-Magothy aquifer system, northern coastal plain of New survey report / New Jersey Geological Survey) [Amleto A Pucci] on siyamiozkan.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying siyamiozkan.com: Amleto A Pucci.

New Jersey Geological Survey Geological Survey ReportGSR 41 GROUND-WATER FLOW AND QUALITY IN THE ATLANTIC CITY FOOT SAND, NEW JERSEY by Steven D. McAuley, Julia L. Barringer, Gary N. Paulachok, Jeffrey siyamiozkan.com, and Otto S. Zapecza U.S. Geological Survey West Trenton, New Jersey Prepared by the United States Geological Survey in cooperation.

GSR 41 - Ground-Water Flow and Quality in the Atlantic City foot Sand, New Jersey, McAuley, Steven D. and others,86 p., 33 illus., 3 tables. Download PDF ( MB). The Kirkwood-Cohansey water-table aquifer is present throughout nearly the entire New Jersey Coastal Ground-water flow in the New Jersey coastal plain book.

The aquifer covers approximately square miles (fig. It is thickest and most productive in the central and southern part of its extent. The USGS annually monitors ground-water levels in thousands of wells in the United States. In New Jersey long-term water-level data is available from more than wells that are or have been part of our state-wide water-level observation network.

Information on the water-level monitoring network including a map. previous studies in the New Jersey Coastal Plain (Martin ) and the results from three-dimensional groundwater modeling of the Barnegat Bay watershed (Nicholson and Watt ). Because the direct ground water inputs are estimated to be insignificant, watershed (landside) contributions to water qual.

The bicarbonate anion facies occurs more widely in the shallow deposits of the Coastal Plain than does the sulphate or chloride facies.

In the deeper deposits the sodium chloride facies predominates. The lower total dissolved solids in the ground water in New Jersey indicates that less upward vertical leakage occurs there than in Maryland and Cited by: 4. A ground-water flow model previously developed as part of a Regional Aquifer System Analysis (RASA) of the New Jersey Coastal Plain was used to simulate ground-water flow in eight major confined aquifers to help evaluate ground-water resources in support of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s revision of the New Jersey State Water Supply Plan.

In New Jersey, flow was generally toward the ocean, the Delaware River, and the Delaware Bay. Flow in the western shore of Maryland was from the northwestern limit of the aquifer toward both the Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay.

A ground-water divide on the Delmarva Peninsula separated flow to Chesapeake Bay from flow to Delaware Bay. Simulation of the ground-water flow system inand simulated effects of projected ground-water withdrawals in in the New Jersey Coastal Plain / by Alison D.

Gordon ; prepared in cooperation with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. Ground-water flow in a square mile area ( km²) of the Potomac-Raritan-Magothy aquifer system (PRMA) in the northern Coastal Plain of New Jersey was simulated to examine development.

becomes progressively older with distance downstream. A groundwater flow model and particle-tracking analysis of the Cohansey River Basin in the New Jersey Coastal Plain supports this conceptual model and demonstrates that the orientation of the stream channels with respect to the regional groundwater flow direction, and the heterogeneitiesCited by: May 01,  · Residents of southern New Jersey have been forced to rely increasingly on the unconfined Kirkwood-Cohansey aquifer system for public water supply as a result of increasing population and restrictions on withdrawals from the deeper, confined aquifers.

As part of its National Water Quality Assessment program, the U.S. Geological Survey used a three-dimensional ground-water flow Author: L.

Kauffman. Online Books by. Patrick Leahy. Books from the extended shelves: Leahy, P. Patrick: Geohydrology and simulation of ground-water flow in the northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system Leahy, P.

Patrick: Management of ground water and evolving hydrogeologic studies in New Jersey: a heavily urbanized and industrialized state in the. The fate of submarine fresh groundwater reservoirs at the New Jersey shelf, USA. A Trabold Thomas, Sönke Reiche, Mareike SIMULATION OF GROUND-WATER FLOW OF THE COASTAL PLAIN AQUIFERS IN PARTS OF MARYLAND, DELAWARE, I AND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Digital models of ground-water flow in the Cape Cod aquifer system, Massachusetts.

John H. Jul 08,  · The wells are finished in the areally extensive unconfined Kirkwood-Cohansey aquifer system of New Jersey's Coastal Plain; background concentrations of Hg in water from this system are Cited by:.

Simulation of the Ground-Water Flow System inand Simulated Effects of Projected Ground-Water Withdrawals in in the New Jersey Coastal Plain Inground-water withdrawals from the unconfined and confined aquifers in the New Jersey Coastal Plain totaled about million gallons per day, and about 70 percent ( million galllons per day) of this water was pumped from confined .The sensitivity of the magnitude, extent, and timing of the resulting ground-water mounding will be examined using these simulations where the model parameters representing relevant hydrogeologic properties are varied through a range of values that is expected for conditions typical of New Jersey, including the Coastal Plain, Piedmont, and.such as in parts of the New Jersey Coastal Plain.

The pumping of ground water lowers water levels and can cause saltwater to be drawn toward the areas of stress (figs. 4 and 5). As indicated by the directions of ground-water flow in figures 4 and 5, saltwater contamination can occur by lateral flow of saltwater from the sea or by vertical.