4 edition of Effects of ground-water withdrawals on the Rock River and associated valley aquifer, eastern Rock County, Minnesota found in the catalog.
Published 2000 by Administrator in U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey
Includes bibliographical references (p. 65-68).
|Statement||U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey|
|Publishers||U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
|3||Water-resources investigations report ;|
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4 feet per year in the vicinity of the three well fields, except for near the Rock River. Input information includes hydraulic parameters for the aquiferwells and collection system. 1 cubic feet per second for the Luverne Municipal well field and 0. The simulated transient water budget for 1996 indicated that the principal sources of water to the aquifer were as follows: 1 winter, spring, and late summer stress periods— leakage from streams and water released from storage and 2 early summer and fall stress periods—areal recharge and leakage from streams.
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5 micrograms per liter in the Rock River at Luverne during major runoff events following application of herbicides in the spring. Create free account to access unlimited books, fast download and ads free!
Ideal Pressure Response Tests in Low Hydraulic Conductivity RockNati Water Well Assn Application Ground Water. 0 feet near the three well fields. 5 milligrams per liter in the Rock River in the Rock County Rural Water well field and 14 to 18 milligrams per liter in the ground-water contributing area to the Rock County Rural Water supply wells are not having a substantial affect on nitrite plus nitrate nitrogen concentrations in most Minnesota wells.
6 cubic feet per second. A better understanding of the ground-water and surface-water resources of the Rock River Valley in southwestern Minnesota was needed due to concerns surrounding future reliable sources of water for public supply. Landon ; prepared in cooperation with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources; the city of Luverne, Minnesota; and the Rock County Rural Water District Title variation Effects of groundwater withdrawals on the Rock River and associated valley aquifer, eastern Rock County, Minnesota• Other materials selectively indexed include significant monographs, government studies and newsletters.
The streamflow losses as a result of ground-water withdrawals are insignificant in comparison to typical streamflow, and are likely to have a measurable effect on streamflow only during low-flow conditions of less than approximately 10 cubic feet per second.
Recharge to the Rock River Valley aquifer occurs primarily by infiltration of precipitation to the saturated zone areal recharge and by induced infiltration from the Rock River due to withdrawals from supply wells near the river.
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