3 edition of Ground-water conditions in Arkansas River Valley in the vicinity of Hutchinson, Kansas found in the catalog.
Ground-water conditions in Arkansas River Valley in the vicinity of Hutchinson, Kansas
Charles C. Williams
Written in English
|Statement||by Charles C. Williams, with analyses of ground waters by Howard A. Stoltenberg.|
|Series||Kansas. State Geological Survey. Bulletin 64, pt. 5, Bulletin (Kansas Geological Survey) ;, 64, pt. 5.|
|Contributions||Stoltenberg, Howard Alexander, 1912-, Geological Survey (U.S.), Kansas State Board of Health. Division of Sanitation., Kansas. State Board of Agriculture. Division of Water Resources.|
|LC Classifications||QE113 .A2 no. 64, pt. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||gs 47000176|
Muscotah Marsh to be saturated by ground-water seepage. Within the Cimarron National Grasslands in southwestern Kansas, a ripar-National Water Summary-Wetland Resources: KANSAS ian wetland on the flood plain of the Cimarron River is sustained by moisture from ground-water storage when the river is not flow ing. Geology: The Arkansas River valley in the vicinity of Hutchinson is underlain by geologic formations from the Permian Era, including the Hutchinson Salt Member (Figure 8). Hydraulic head differentials between the Permian formations and the overlying Great Bend Prairie Aquifer upwells high chloride water into the fresher waters.
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Ground-water conditions in Arkansas River Valley in the vicinity of Hutchinson, Kansas Kansas Geological Survey Bulletin By: Charles C. WilliamsCited by: 1. Ground-water conditions in Arkansas River Valley in the vicinity of Hutchinson, Kansas [Charles C.
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Ground-Water Conditions in Arkansas River Valley in the Vicinity of Hutchinson, Kansas. by Charles C. Williams. with analyses of ground waters by Howard Stoltenberg. Prepared by the State Geological Survey of Kansas, the United States Geological Survey, the Division of Sanitation of the Kansas State Board of Health, and the Division of Water Resources of the Kansas State Board of Agriculture.
Ground-water conditions in Arkansas River Valley in the vicinity of Hutchinson, Kansas,Kansas Geological Survey Bulletin (64) - 5. Welcome to RiverBoss. For our loyal Steelhead Alley visitors, you can check out enhanced Steelhead Alley conditions here. RiverBoss now provides river and weather data for all rivers monitored by the USGS - over 9, new rivers.
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This station is operated by the USGS and funded by the Kansas Water Office, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District, and the USGS. The National Weather Service flood stage for this site is ft. (Forecast)Current shift-adjusted rating in tab-separated format.
What is a shift-adjusted rating. GROUND WATER, LOWER ARKANSAS RIVER VALLEY, ARKANSAS V3 r FIGURE 1. Index map of Arkansas showing location of the study area.
WELL-NUMBERING SYSTEM The well-numbering system used in this report is based on the location of wells with respect to the Federal land-survey system used in Arkansas (fig.
2).Cited by: 3. It's not been this deep for this long for a long time. Midwestern flooding has taken its toll on so many places. Here is a view of it in central Kansas from a drone. Shot Despite often being completely dry during drought conditions in western parts of Kansas, the Arkansas River can become deceptively menacing at high flow and cause millions of dollars in damage.
The following briefly describe the Arkansas River Basin in Kansas, chronicle the effects of human development on streamflow in the basin, and provide brief descriptions of some of the larger floods. Ground-Water Conditions in Arkansas River Valley in the Vicinity of Hutchinson, Kansas, by Charles C.
Williams. Published in Bulle Part 3 Ground-water Conditions in Elm Creek Valley, Barber County, Kansas, With Special Reference to Contamination of Ground Water by Oil-field Brine, by Charles C. Williams and Charles K. Bayne. AREAS OF PRINCIPAL GROUND-WATER INVESTIGATIONS IN THE ARKANSAS, WHITE, AND RED RIVER BASINS Prepared by S.
Lohman and V. Burtis with the assistance of the district officesAuthor: Stanley William Lohman, V.M. Burtis. Station Number Station name Date/Time Temper-ature, water, deg C Dis-solved oxygen, mg/L Specif-ic conduc-tance, wat unf uS/cm @.
Three people taking a float trip down the Arkansas River were rescued after they got into trouble. Emergency crews responded around 10 a.m. Thursday to the West 4th Avenue Arkansas River.
National Weather Service Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service (AHPS) Recent Crests (1) ft on 06/24/ (2) ft on 05/22/ (3) ft on 05/10/ (4) ft on 10/12/ (5) ft on 08/07/ (6) ft on 04/29/ (7) ft on 04/29/ (8) ft on 05/26/ Station Number Station name Date/Time Gage height, feet Dis-charge, ft3/s Long-term median flow 5/30 Undefined: White River near Busch, AR.
The water is derived from precipitation falling on the land surface, and, if the water is not used, it slowly moves out of the area and is replaced by new ground water. Before pumping started inthe ground water in the well field was moving east toward Little Arkansas River, as shown in the water-table contour map in Figure 7.
Some of the samples were collected in the fall of during an investigation of the ground water in the Arkansas River valley in the vicinity of Hutchinson (Williams, ). In Novembersamples were collected from six test holes that were drilled in the county, and mechanical analyses and permeability determinations were made on a part.
USGS ARKANSAS R AT WICHITA, KS. PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. Kansas Department of Health and Environment, and the USGS. The National Weather Service flood stage for this site is ft. (Forecast) Current shift-adjusted rating in tab-separated format.
NOAA National Weather Service Arkansas-Red Basin. ABRFC River Flood Summary: Minor: 4 (1%) Moderate: 2 (0%) Major: 0 (0%) Use the map below to view forecast locations experienceing flooding and link to detailed forecast information. The National Weather Service prepares its forecasts and other services in collaboration with agencies like the US Geological Survey, US Bureau of Reclamation, US Army Corps of Engineers, Natural Resource Conservation Service, National Park Service, ALERT Users Group, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and many state and local emergency managers across the country.
The Big Dam Bridge From The Air (Drone Video of Little Rock, AR Flooding) - 5/29/ - Duration: Chase Ertzberger 2, views.The Missouri River alluvium is thickest and most used in Kansas near its junction with the Kansas River valley at Kansas City. Alluvial aquifers in other river valleys in Kansas such as the Smoky Hill, Solomon, Saline, Neosho, Marais des Cygnes, and Verdigris also are locally important sources of ground water.