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Hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina coastal plain
M. D. Winner
by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by U.S. Geological Survey, Information Services in Washington, Denver, CO
Written in English
|Statement||by M.D. Winner, Jr., and R.W. Coble.|
|Series||Regional aquifer-system analysis--northern Atlantic coastal plain, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper ;, 1404-I|
|Contributions||Coble, Ronald W.|
|LC Classifications||GB1025.N8 W56 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|LC Control Number||89600385|
Stormwater Ponds in the Southeastern U.S. Coastal Plain: Hydrogeology, Contaminant Fate, and the Need for a Social-Ecological Framework Article (PDF Available) July with Reads. all of the Coastal Plain within Virginia and parts of the Coastal Plain in northern North Carolina and southern Maryland. The original groundwater model was created by the USGS and simulated water levels within the aquifers and confining units of the coastal plan from through based upon historic pumping records.
Aadland, R. K., , Hydrogeologic Characterization of the Cretaceous-Tertiary coastal plain sequence at the Savannah River Site, South Carolina, in: Savannah River Region: Transition between the Gulf and Atlantic Coastal Plains, Proc. 2nd Bald Head Island Conference on Coastal Plains Geology (V. A. Zullo, W. B. Harris, and V. Price, eds.), University of North Carolina at Wilmington, pp. 57–Cited by: 1. Geologic evidence suggests that parts of North Carolina-including the oldest known rocks in the state ( billion years old), located in the western Blue Ridge Mountains-were once at the boundaries of plates, although the creation of new crust in the Atlantic Ocean has moved the state's position to the middle of the North American plate.
all of the Coastal Plain within Virginia and parts of the Coastal Plain in northern North Carolina and southern Maryland. The original groundwater model was created by the USGS and simulated water levels within the aquifers and confining units of the coastal plan from through based upon historic pumping records. Exercise to recognize regional groundwater flow in the Cretaceous aquifers of the North Carolina and Virginia Coastal Plain and their changes through time. Includes interpreting flow before and after human withdrawals, so students can discover impacts on the groundwater system, especially for depletion and saltwater intrusion.
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The hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina Coastal Plain aquifer system consists of 10 aquifers separated by 9 confining units. From top to bottom, the aquifers are the surficial aquifer, Yorktown aquifer, Pungo River aquifer, Castle Hayne aquifer, Beaufort aquifer, Peedee aquifer, Black Creek aquifer, upper Cape Fear aquifer, lower Cape Fear aquifer, and Lower Cretaceous aquifer.
Eighteen hydrogeologic sections depict the correlation of these aquifers throughout the North Carolina Coastal Plain. Citation: Winner, M.D., Jr., and Coble, R.W.,Hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina Coastal Plain, in Regional Aquifer-System Analysis-Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain: U.S.
Geological Survey Professional Paper A surficial hydrogeologic framework was developed for the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain, from New Jersey through North Carolina. The framework includes seven distinct hydrogeologic subregions within which the primary natural physical factors affecting the flow and chemistry of shallow ground water and small streams are relatively consistent.
Get this from a library. Hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina coastal plain. [M D Winner, Jr.; Ronald W Coble]. Abstract. This report defines the hydrogeologic Hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina coastal plain book of the Virginia Coastal Plain and is a product of a comprehensive regional study to define the geology, hydrology, and geochemistry of the northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system extending from North Carolina to Long Island, New York.
Revisions to the Hydrogeologic Framework of the South Carolina Coastal Plain Groundwater Availability Assessment Stakeholder Meeting North Charleston, S.C. Novem Joe Gellici - Hydrologist Land, Water and Conservation Division S.C. Department of Natural Resources.
The hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina Coastal Plain aquifer system consists of ten aquifers separated by nine confining units.
From top to bottom the aquifers are: the surficial aquifer, Yorktown aquifer, Pungo River aquifer, Castle Hayne aquifer, Beaufort aquifer, Peedee aquifer, Black Creek aquifer, upper Cape Fear aquifer, lower.
Get this from a library. Hydrogeologic framework of the Northern Atlantic coastal plain in parts of North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, and New York. [Henry Trapp]. Current as of publication date Complete None planned USGS Thesaurus framework geology Coastal Plain Mid-Atlantic surficial physiography hydrogeology inland waters groundwater ISO Topic Category geoscientificInformation inlandWaters environment Geographic Names Information System Mid.
Hydrogeologic Framework of the Virginia Coastal Plain: Usgs Professional Paper C [Andrew a. Meng, John F. Harsh] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This report defines the hydrogeologic framework of the Virginia Coastal Plain and is a product of a comprehensive regional study to define the geology.
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Hydrogeologic Framework. Maryland Geological Survey (MGS) scientists have been compiling the hydrogeologic framework for the Maryland Coastal Plain.
The framework describes the spatial distribution of aquifers and confining units, and is based on data from hundreds of wells. An in-depth assessment of groundwater availability of the Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifers of North and South Carolina was completed in by the U.S.
Geological Survey (USGS) (Campbell and Coes, ), the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR), and the North Carolina Division of Water Resources (DWR). This data set was developed as part of the process for creating a regional hydrogeologic framework to examine the primary natural physical factors that affect the flow and chemistry of shallow ground water and small streams in the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain.
It was used in combination with surficial sediment texture to delineate seven. A hydrogeologic framework of the Virginia Coastal Plain was developed as part of the Regional Aquifer System Analysis (RASA) program of the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) (Meng and Harsh, ). Ground water in the Coastal Plain is present primarily in pores in the sediments.
Lautier, J.C.,Hydrogeologic framework and ground-water conditions in the North Carolina central Coastal Plain: North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Division of Water Resources Report, 46 p. Hydrogeologic Framework Interpretations of the hydrogeologic frameworks of the North and South Carolina Coastal Plain have evolved separately during the past years but are combined in this report.
This task within the USGS NCGMP Piedmont-Blue Ridge Project aims to fill the void in geologic map coverage along the Fall Zone in southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina, and forge strong cooperative ties within the NCGMP by combining resources across all three Program components by supporting DMME and NCGS STATEMAP and UNC–W EDMAP components with targeted geologic.
The Virginia coastal plain hydrogeologic framework by: McFarland, E. Randolph. Published: () Hydrogeology of the southeastern coastal plain aquifer system in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina / by: Renken, Robert A., Published: ().
Hydrogeologic Framework of the North Carolina Coastal Plain (Regional Aquifer-System Analysis--Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain) M. Winner, Ronald W. Coble / Hardcover / Published (Special Order) An Illustrated Guide to the Benthic Marine Algae of Coastal North Carolina Donald F.
Kapraun / Paperback / Published. The Geology of the North Carolina Coastal Plain A review from 65 MYA (million years ago) to the present About 65 million years ago the ocean covered the coastal plain to the edge of the Piedmont.
During the next 15 millions years the shoreline slowly migrated Size: KB.The Coastal Plain of North Carolina is composed of ten aquifers separated by nine confining units ranging in age from Early Cretaceous to Holocene (Winner and Coble, ).Coastal Plain sediments and sedimentary rocks dip and thicken eastward from the Fall Line to the continental shelf (approximately km) to a thickness of > m at Cape Hatteras, by: Technical Report: Hydrogeologic Setting of A/M Area: Framework for Groundwater Transport.
Book 1 Book 1 Title: Hydrogeologic Setting of A/M Area: Framework for Groundwater Transport.