3 edition of Preliminary report on ground-water resources of the Chicago region, Illinois found in the catalog.
Preliminary report on ground-water resources of the Chicago region, Illinois
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 78.
|Statement||[by] Max Suter [and others]|
|Series||Illinois. State Water Survey. Cooperative ground-water report, 1, Cooperative groundwater report -- 1.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||89|
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PRELIMINARY REPORT ON GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE CHICAGO REGION, ILLINOIS MAX SUTER, ROBERT E. BERGSTROM, H.
SMITH, GROVER H. EMRICH, W. WALTON, and T. LARSON ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to make an evaluation of the ground-water resources of the Chicago region on the basis of available by: Illinois book report on ground-water resources of the Chicago region, Illinois (Illinois.
State Water Survey. Cooperative ground-water report) [Max Suter] on Author: Max Suter. Preliminary Report on Ground-Water Resources of the Chicago Region, Illinois (Cooperative Ground-Water Report 1). [Max. Suter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Max. Suter.
Ground-water resources in the Chicago region of Illinois are developed from four wateryielding units: 1) glacial drift aquifers; 2) shallow dolomite aquifers; 3) Cambrian-Ordovician Aquifer; and 4) the Mt. Simon Aquifer. OCLC Number: Description: 18 pages: illustrations, map ; 28 cm.
Series Title: Illinois State Water Survey.; Cooperative ground-water report Other Titles: Preliminary report on ground-water resources of the Chicago region, Illinois. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Suter, Max, Preliminary report on ground-water resources of the Chicago region, Illinois.
Urbana, 1 COOPERATIVE GROUND-WATER REPORT I Urbana, Illinois STATE WATER SURVEY William C. Ackermann, Chief STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY John C. Frye, Chief Preliminary Report on GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE CHICAGO REGION, ILLINOIS Max Suter Robert E.
Bergstrom H. Smith Grover H. Emrich W. Walton T. Larson STATE OF ILLINOIS William G. Suter, M., et al., “Preliminary report on ground-water resources of the Chicago region, Illinois,” Illinois State Water Survey and Illinois State Geological Survey, Urbana, IL,has been cited by the following article.
ground-water conditions in the region, it is a preliminary report in the sense that it is part of a continuing study of the ground-water resources, and its conclusions and interpretations may be modified and expanded as more data are obtained. Base maps of the area studied were drawn from U.S. Geological Survey topographic maps (fig.
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Preliminary report on groundwater resources of the Chicago region, Illinois. Illinois State Water Survey and Geological Survey Cooperative Ground-Water Max Suter. This study involves the construction of a three-dimensional (3D) geologic model of Paleozoic strata that are part of an underground gas storage field in northern, Illinois, USA.
The Pecatonica Anticline trends 60W and plunges gently to the southeast. It is 10 km long and 3 km wide, and verges to the NE. “Preliminary Report on Ground-Water Resources of the Chicago Region.” Illinois: Illinois State Water Survey and Illinois State Geological Survey Cooperative Ground-Water Report 1 (): Visocky, A.
“Water-Level Trends and Pumpage in the Deep Bedrock Aquifers in the Chicago Region.” Illinois. Preliminary Report on Ground-Water Resources of the Chicago Region, Illinois Geology, Hydrology, and Water Quality of the Cambrian and Ordovician Systems in Northern Illinois Visocky, Adrian P.; Sherrill, Marvin G.; Cartwright, Keros Cambrian and Ordovician strata provide much of the groundwater supply for approximately municipalities and.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): report initiates a joint series of publications designed to present results of ground-water resource investigations carried on cooperatively by the State Water Survey and the State Geological Survey.
It is indeed fitting that the first in this series deals with the ground-water resources of the Chicago region in Illinois. ILLINOIS GROUND-WATER OBSERVATION NETWORK - A Preliminary Planning Document By L. Frost, Jr.
1, Michael O'Hearn2, J. Gibb2, and M. Sherrill lrJ.S. Geological Survey 2Illinois State Water Survey U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with the ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES,Author: L.R.
Frost, Michael O'Hearn, J.P. Gibb, M.G. Sherrill. Water Resources Center Research Report No. Geologic Studies to Identify the Source for High Levels of Radium and Barium in Illinois Ground-Water Supplies: A Preliminary Report Robert H. Gilkeson, M.S. Susan A. Specht, M.S. Assistant Geologist Research Assistant Hydrogeology and Geophysics Section Hydrogeology and Geophysics Section.
An aquifer, a confining unit, or a combination of aquifers and confining units that compose a framework for a reasonably distinct hydraulic system is a geohydrologic unit. The latter compound unit may be designated by a proper name preceding the term aquifer. For example, a report on the Chicago region.
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This study involves the construction of a three-dimensional (3D) geologic model of Paleozoic strata that are part of an underground gas storage field in northern, Illinois, USA.
The Pecatonica Anticline trends 60W and plunges gently to the southeast. It is 10 km long and 3 km wide, and verges to the NE. Six water wells and 22 gas wells were used to create the 3-D geologic model in Petrel using Cited by: 3.Summary list of areas in western, northern, and central Illinois recommended for special investigation as possibly suitable for strip-mining: Gilbert H.
Cady: Out of print: K pdf: COOPS: Summary: preliminary report on ground-water resources of the Chicago region, Illinois.Future Demands on Ground Water in Northeastern Illinois Future Demands on Ground Water in Northeastern Illinois Schicht, Richard J.; Moench, Allen F.
Future water demands were estimated for each 10‐year interval from to for areas in the Chicago region dependent upon ground water as a source of supply. Demands were compared with ground‐water availability to.