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Gravity investigations for potential ground-water resources in Rock County, Minnesota

Gravity investigations for potential ground-water resources in Rock County, Minnesota

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Published by University of Minnesota in Saint Paul .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water, Underground - Minnesota

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    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p.
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22032859M

    Hydrogeology and ground-water quality of confined aquifers in buried valleys in Rock County, Minnesota and Minnehaha County, South Dakota, , Water-Resources Investigations . The Montana Water Resources Survey is a comprehensive county by county assessment of Montana’s historical water use. This data was collected and published from thru by the State Engineers Office and from thru by the Water Conservation Board.

    The mean annual potential recharge estimates across Minnesota at a 1-km resolution for the overall simulation period (–) ranged from less than to inches per year. Some of the lowest potential recharge rates for the simulation period were in the Red River of the North Basin of northwestern Minnesota, and generally were between. This Hydrologic Atlas is one of series describing the 39 watershed units in Minnesota. The 1, sq mi in the Rock River watershed are glaciated upland plain including all of Rock County and parts of Pipestone, Murray, Lincoln, Nobles and Jackson Counties. The average annual water budget shows inches precipitation, inches surface runoff and inches evapotranspiration.

    Watersheds of Minnesota Unfortunately, defining and sizing watersheds arbitrarily to suit a specific need may make them unsuitable for any other purpose. To remedy this problem and thus permit better sharing of watershed-related information, a standardized set of watersheds was developed by the DNR in The square mile study area is in the Triassic-Jurassic Newark Basin. Most of the area is underlain by sedimentary rocks of Upper Triassic age (74 percent) and intrusive diabase of Jurassic age (12 percent) and includes two southwest-northeast trending valleys underlain by carbonate and crystalline rock. Ground water in the sedimentary rocks of Triassic age moves through a network of.


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The gravity method was used to investigate the thickness and potential ground-water resources of Cretaceous and Quaternary sediments in Rock County, Minnesota. This fill, which partially covers the Early Proterozoic Sioux Quartzite, is a major source of ground water for the county, but its deeper parts are.

Gravity investigation for potential ground-water resources in Rock County, Minnesota. Saint Paul: University of Minnesota, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Val W Chandler; Minnesota Geological Survey.

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