Hydrogeologic study of the Freshwater Aquifer and deep geologic formations, Sarnia, Ontario

report prepared for Detroit, St. Clair, St. Mary"s Rivers, Southwestern Region, Ontario Ministry of the Environment : report

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  • Groundwater -- Pollution -- Ontario -- Sarnia.,
  • Aquifers -- Environmental aspects -- Ontario -- Sarnia.

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Data are collected about the type and thickness of geologic materials, the occurrence of ground water, how it flows in pore spaces and/or fractures, the quality of the ground water, and what can be expected at wells.

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Google Scholar. human consumption. Most of the freshwater is locked up in the ice caps and in glaciers. Usable, available freshwater, in the lakes and rivers on the surface and in the underground reservoirs, is less than one percent of the total water in the world. The distribution of the world’s water is presented in Table Salt water in oceans: %.

ABSTRACT The hydrogeologic framework of the shal- low aquifer system at Virginia Beach was revised to provide a better understanding of the distri- bution of fresh ground water, its potential use, and its susceptibility to contamination.

The aquifer systems in the Williston structural basin have a shallow (less than 2, ft deep), wide, and generally symmetrical bowl shape. The aquifer systems in the Powder River structural basin have a very deep (as much as 8, ft deep), narrow, and asymmetrical shape.

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Mary's Rivers. Anthony C. Runkel, Robert G. Tipping, E. Calvin Alexander, Scott C. Alexander, Hydrostratigraphic characterization of intergranular and secondary porosity in part of the Cambrian sandstone aquifer system of the cratonic interior of North America: Improving predictability of hydrogeologic properties, Sedimentary Geology, / A computer simulation model (SUTRA) is applied to the Fresh Water Aquifer of Lambton County, Ontario, Canada.

The model is calibrated by matching computed hydraulic heads with observed hydraulic heads. The heads are compared using statistical methods. Bobba, A.G. Application of digital simulation model to fresh water aquifer of Lambton County, Ontario, Canada.

Hydrogeologic study of the Fresh Water Aquifer and deep geologic formations Sarnia, Ontario. Intera Technologies Ltd., Ottawa, Ontario. HYDROGEOLOGIC FRAMEWORK AND GEOCHEMISTRY OF THE EDWARDS AQUIFER SALINE-WATER ZONE, SOUTH-CENTRAL TEXAS U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report 97– Prepared in cooperation with the EDWARDS AQUIFER AUTHORITY and SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM FRESHWATER ZONE SALINE-WATER ZONE.

The hydrogeologic framework presented in this report is based on detailed study of geophysical, lithologic, and paleontologic data from over oil and ground-water test holes. Selected oil test and other deep well data were examined from the entire Southeastern Coastal. of meters deep (Kaufman, et al., ).

Some fresh water bearing rocks are buried as deep as feet below Earth’s surface (USGS, ). However, potable water is typically pumped from aquifers at depths ranging between and feet (Clark, et al., ). Aquifers are categorized as either unconfined or confined. An unconfined aquifer.

Hydrogeologic properties were assigned on the basis of L, aquifer test results and stratigraphic mapping of sandstone distnbution in the aquifer units. 1 Water levels are expected to recover as much as to ft (61 to Intera Technologies Ltd,Study of the fresh water aquifer and deep geologic formations in the Sarnia Area, Ontario, Prepared for Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Ontario, Canada, 24 p.

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Rocks in the Devils River trend are divided at the bottom of the Devils River Formation into the (informal) basal nodular unit. HYDRAULIC FRACTURING IN MICHIGAN INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT: GEOLOGY/HYDROGEOLOGY TECHNICAL REPORT, SEPTEMBER formations, may serve as both the source and the reservoir for the hydrocarbons stored within the rocks.

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View/ Open. chaslauepdf (Mb) Date Author.Aquifer types 6 Hydraulic properties of aquifers and aquitards 6 Groundwater recharge and discharge 7 Water levels 7 Groundwater Availability 8 Regional hydrogeologic framework—bedrock 8 Regional hydrogeologic framework—glacial deposits 9 DATA SOURCES, STUDY METHODS, AND PROCEDURES 12 Data Availability, Sources, and Utilization The Northwest Volcanic Aquifer Study Area (see map, below), lies in the middle of a broad volcanic region of the Northwest, referred to here as the Northwest Volcanic Province.

This larger region includes multiple hydrogeologic provinces such as the Columbia Plateau, the Cascade Range, the Modoc Plateau, the High Lava Plains of Oregon, the.