2 edition of Geology and ground water, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware found in the catalog.
Geology and ground water, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware
Delaware Geological Survey.
in Newark, Del.]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 39-40.
|Statement||by K. D. Woodruff [and others.|
|Series||Delaware Geological Survey. Report of investigations no. 18, Report of investigations (Delaware Geological Survey) ;, no. 18.|
|Contributions||Woodruff, Kenneth D.|
|LC Classifications||QE95 .A37 no. 18, QE96.N4 .A37 no. 18|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||73620514|
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The Delaware Geological Survey (DGS) is a scientific agency for the State of Delaware, located at the University of Delaware (UD), that conducts geologic and hydrologic research, service, and exploration. The mission of the DGS is to provide objective earth science information, advice, and service to citizens, policy makers, industries, and educational institutions of Delaware. Miller, J.C. (Newark, DE: Delaware Geological Survey, University of Delaware, ) The need for locating additional sources of ground water for the Delaware Atlantic seashore, a predominantly recreation-oriented area, is indicated by an expanding population in the .
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Abstract: This report describes the geological and lithological conditions in the Newark area, and the occurrence, quantity, and quality of the available ground-water supply. Newark is located on the Fall Line, the boundary between the rolling hills of the Piedmont on the north and the gentle slopes of the Coastal Plain on the south.
Get this from a library. Geology and ground water, University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware. [Kenneth D Woodruff; Delaware Geological Survey.]. The Geology of Delaware is an online resource for information about the geology and hydrogeology of Delaware. Information on these pages is explained in general terms although common geologic terminology is used.
This book covers the major important factors in Delaware geology. geology and ground-water resources of the University of Delaware's lands within the City of Newark. Particul~r emphasis is placed on contributions that could be made to the City's water supply by ground-water withdrawals from University property.
The study is also an example of the application of geologic techniques to the. The results of an intensive ground-water study on University of Delaware lands in the Newark area revealed additional sources of available ground water.
Geophysical techniques, air-photo interpretation, studies of existing data, field mapping, test drilling, and pump tests were used as the bases for guiding additional well development. Although there had been earlier work on the geology of southern Delaware, the first preliminary report on the geology and ground-water resources of Delaware was by Marine and Rasmussen ().
The ground-water resources of the Delaware Atlantic seashore were treated in more detail by W. Rasmussen, et ale () in a report on. Delaware Geology; DGS Annual Report. DGS Annual Report of Programs and Activities. Delaware; groundwater; wells; Related Topical Content. Summary of Water Conditions in Delaware; University of Delaware, Newark, DE Phone: | Fax: The Delaware Geological Survey (DGS) currently monitors groundwater levels in a network of wells in Delaware.
Long time-series of water levels in major aquifers serve as critical baseline data for resource management and analyses of aquifer response to pumping, climatic variability, drought hazards, seawater intrusion, and interaction with streams and their ecosystems. Welcome The University of Delaware’s Department of Earth Sciences (ES) prepares students for the real world by exposing them to exciting opportunities through education and research in the classroom, the laboratory and the field.
Our graduates go on to fulfilling careers in environmental consulting firms, the energy industry, governmental regulatory agencies, earth science teaching and. Inhe received the University of Kentucky’s Chapter of Gamma Sigma Delta Outstanding Alumnus Award, was the first recipient of the University of Delaware’s Outstanding Doctoral Graduate Student Advising and Mentoring Award, and was named S.
Hallock du Pont Chair of Plant and Soil Sciences. Publisher: Newark, DE: Delaware Geological Survey, University of Delaware. Date Issued: Abstract: The Delaware Academy of Science has been instrumental in informing Delaware citizens about science and utilization of local resources.
Since the annual meeting of the Delaware Academy of Science has been used as a time for. Publisher: Newark, DE: Delaware Geological Survey, University of Delaware. Date Issued: Abstract: Ground water comprises nearly all of the water supply in Kent County, Delaware. The confined aquifers of the area are an important part of this resource base.
The Delaware Geological Survey provides an interactive map with a large amount of information about groundwater in the state, including: Groundwater recharge potential Depth to water under wet, normal, and dry conditions Water table elevation under wet, normal, and dry conditions Unconfined aquifer base elevation, thickness, and transmissivity (Sussex County only) The.
Newark: University of Delaware, Delaware Geological Survey, Series: Report of investigations (Delaware Geological Survey), no. Edition/Format: Print book: State or province government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Groundwater -- Delaware -- Newark Region. USGS Groundwater Data for Delaware. Click to hide state-specific text. Current Conditions (10 sites) Current conditions at selected sites based on the most recent data from on-site automated recording equipment. Measurements are commonly recorded at a fixed interval of to minutes and transmitted to the USGS every hour.
Publisher: Newark, DE: Delaware Geological Survey, University of Delaware. Date Issued: Abstract: The geology and hydrology of the area between Wrangle Hill and Delaware City, Delaware, have been the focus of numerous studies since the s because of the importance of the local groundwater supply and the potential environmental.
state of delaware university of delaware delaware geological survey open file report review of the subsurface geology and resource potential of southern delaware by richard n. benson newark, delaware april, 7. Abstract. The need for locating additional sources of ground water for the Delaware Atlantic seashore, a predominantly recreation-oriented area, is indicated by an expanding population in the belt between Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C., combined with increasing leisure time.
The Delaware Geological Survey is the primary source of information about Delaware geology and hydrogeology, such as surface and sub-surface geologic rock formations, extent and quality of aquifers, stream and groundwater monitoring, water supply, earthquakes, floods and droughts, coastal processes (tides, beach erosion), topographic mapping, state mapping and GIS coordination.
DGS research and service activities are focused on five areas: (1) geology. Roland E. Bounds ( – ) attended Concord High School in Wilmington, Delaware, and obtained a B.S.
in geology from the University of Delaware in He pursued graduate studies in mineralogy and applied geology at the University of Delaware and Oklahoma State University. By vocation and avocation, he was a collector. Flowers of Freedom: Books and Literature from the Post-Emancipation Generation South College Avenue, Newark, DE DELCAT Discovery Research Guides Support Us © University of Delaware.
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Program Overview. The College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment (CEOE) is dedicated to advancing the understanding of Earth’s natural systems and the interactions of humans with the environment through engaged interdisciplinary research, teaching, and outreach.Preliminary Report on the Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Delaware, by Ira Wendell Marine and William Charles Rasmussen, Newark Delaware Geological Survey,pp.
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