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Baseline water quality of Minnesota"s principal aquifers

Baseline water quality of Minnesota"s principal aquifers

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Published by Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Ground Water and Solid Waste Division, Program Development Section, Ground Water Unit in St. Paul, Minn .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Minnesota.
    • Subjects:
    • Water quality -- Minnesota.,
    • Groundwater -- Pollution -- Minnesota.,
    • Aquifers -- Minnesota.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementprepared by Don Jakes ... [et al.].
      ContributionsJakes, Don., Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD224.M6 B37 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL461671M
      LC Control Number98180459
      OCLC/WorldCa39185876

      baseline water quality. The wells were chosen to provide optimum area! cover­ age based on geology, direction of ground-water flow, and extent of aquifer development. Water from the sand-plain aquifers is of the calcium bicarbonate type. The water is hard to very hard with disolved solids ranging from about to milligrams per liter. The principal surficial aquifers in southwest Minnesota consist of outwash and alluvium material deposited in river valleys. The largest and most productive of these aquifers occupy the valleys of the Cottonwood, Des Moines, Redwood, and Rock Rivers and of tributaries to the Big Sioux River. Minor aquifers, adequate only for farm or domestic use, occur in the valleys of tributaries to the.

        All the main water supply aquifers (Principal aquifers) were targeted, plus Secondary aquifers where locally important. The average dissolved CH 4 concentration across GB in the aquifers sampled was 45 μg/l. Out of a total of sites, 96% showed dissolved CH 4 concentrations. A network for monitoring the quality of water in the 13 principal aquifers in Minnesota has been designed and more than wells and springs selected for sampling. The network organization includes four major elements; (1) point sampling, (2) point monitoring, (3) regional monitoring, and (4) site-specific monitoring. These elements constitute monitoring strategies designed to define baseline.

      MINNESOTA Ground-Water Quality Nearly one-half the population of Minnesota (fig. 1) depends on wells for drinking water. Virtually all the rural population and 94 percent of the public-water systems use ground water. In general, the quality of Minnesota's ground water is satisfactory for most. In Minnesota, the Dakota County Ambient Groundwater Quality Study is a unique reference resource. While other studies may provide snapshots of water quality at a single point in time, the Ambient Study provides a chronicle of private drinking water well quality over 20 years. The Dakota County Ambient.


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Baseline Water Quality of Minnesota’s Principal Aquifers-Southeast Region April Ground Water Monitoring and Assessment Program iii Table of Contents Foreword i List of Abbreviations ii Executive Summary v 1.

Baseline Design and Implementation 3 2. Analysis Methods 3. Baseline Water Quality of Minnesota’s Principal Aquifers - Region 3, Northwest Minnesota February Ground Water Monitoring and Assessment Program iii Table of Contents Foreword i List of Abbreviations ii Executive Summary v 1.

Baseline Design and Implementation 1 2. Analysis Methods 1 3. Results and Discussion 2 Descriptive Summaries 2. Baseline Water Quality of Minnesota's Principal Aquifers Report - Summary.

Baseline Water Quality of Minnesota's Principal Aquifers Report - Summary. Contact us. or Email us; Staff directory; Regional offices; Environmental emergencies (24 hrs) Social. Baseline Water Quality of Minnesota's Principal Aquifers: Region 4, Southwest Minnesota GWMAP, March Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Lafayette Rd.

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Baseline Water Quality of Minnesota’s Principal Aquifers - Region 1, Northeastern Minnesota February, Published by Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Environmental Outcomes Division Environmental Monitoring and Analysis Section Ground Water and Toxics Monitoring Unit Lafayette Road St.

Paul, Minnesota () or. The well water samples were from multiple aquifers utilized for drinking water, at greatly varying depth and geology.

Purpose: Samples collected as part of an ambient Ground Water Monitoring and Assessement (GWMAP) program conducted by the MPCA to study baseline water quality of ground water in Minnesota aquifers commonly used as domestic water.

Baseline Water Quality of Minnesota’s Principal Aquifers-Region 6, Twin Cities Metropolitan Area January Ground Water Monitoring and Assessment Program iii Table of Contents Foreword i List of Abbreviations ii Executive Summary iv 1.

Baseline Design and Implementation 1 2. Analysis Methods 1 3. Results and Discussion 2 Descriptive. Baseline Water Quality of Minnesota's Principal Aquifers: Southwest Region Summary. Baseline Water Quality of Minnesota's Principal Aquifers: Southwest Region Summary.

Contact us. or Email us; Staff directory; Regional offices; Environmental emergencies (24 hrs). hydrogeologic maps of the Minnesota Geological Survey, and water-quality data from Environmental Protection Agency STORET and U.S.

Geological Survey WATSTORE computer data bases. Purpose The purpose of this report is to describe the general quality and quantity of water in the principal water-supply aquifers in Minnesota. Quality of Water from Domestic Wells. in Principal Aquifers of the United States, – Overview of Major Findings.

By Leslie A. DeSimone, Pixie A. Hamilton, and Robert J. Gilliom National Water-Quality Assessment Program. Circular U.S. Department of. Fourteen aquifers, ranging from Quaternary to Precambrian in age, have been identified as the principal sources of water to wells in Minnesota.

Half the municipal population anc nearly all the rural population depend on water from these aquifers. Buried and surficial sand and gravel aquifers of Quaternary age occur in nearly all areas of the State and are composed of outwash, beach-ridge.

Baseline water-quality data for sand-plain aquifers in Hubbard, Morrison, Otter Tail, and Wadena Counties, Minnesota (Open-file report) [C. F Myette] on *FREE* shipping on. BASELINE WATER-QUALITY DATA FOR SAND-PLAIN AQUIFERS IN HUBBARD, MORRISON, OTTER TAIL, AND WADENA COUNTIES, MINNESOTA [C F Myette] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Paul, Minn. first edition. 4to wraps. Light depository non-circulating library marks. BibTeX @MISC{99baselinewater, author = {}, title = {Baseline Water Quality of Minnesota’s Principal Aquifers-Region 1, Northeastern Minnesota January Ground Water Monitoring and Assessment Program i}, year = {}}.

The Minnesota Groundwater Provinces map summarizes aquifer and groundwater resource differences at the regional level. The occurrence of groundwater in Minnesota is related primarily to local geologic conditions that determine the type and properties of aquifers.

GROUND-WATER QUALITY IN MINNESOTA By Marc F. Hult ABSTRACT A network for monitoring the quality of water in the 13 principal aquifers in Minnesota has been designed and more than wells and springs selected for sampling.

The network organization includes four major elements (1) point sampling, (2) point monitoring, (3) regional monitoring. Get this from a library. Baseline water-quality data for sand-plain aquifers in Hubbard, Morrison, Otter Tail, and Wadena Counties, Minnesota.

[C F Myette; Soil and Water Conservation District of Hubbard County (Minn.); Geological Survey (U.S.)]. "This book is a well-written explanation of the natural groundwater quality of European aquifers.

These studies will serve as a good reference for researchers, agencies, and professional organizations in carrying out the European Groundwater Directive and for researching other European aquifers that have not been well documented.".

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Adolphson, D.G. (Donald G.), Designation of principal water-supply aquifers in Minnesota. Paul, Minn.: U.S. Dept. This text presents a series of thematic chapters together with chapters on representative groundwater systems in Europe which illustrate the main processes and evolution of water quality.

Brings together the research of a consortium of leading European scientists who have conducted detailed studies of water quality in Europe Includes a synthesis of findings, highlighting the thematic and.Abstract. This material may be made available in other formats, such as Braille, large type or audio, upon request.

TDD users call () Baseline Water Quality of Minnesota’s Principal Aquifers-Region 6, Twin Cities Metropolitan Area January.CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This material may be made available in other formats, such as Braille, large type or audio, upon request.

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