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Novel Techniques for Investigating Recharge to the Memphis Aquifer

by Randy Gentry

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Published by American Water Works Research Foundation .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Natural Resources,
  • Water Supply,
  • Memphis aquifer, water resources, sourcewater, water recharge, drinking water, water utilities,
  • Technology / Hydrology,
  • Nature,
  • Nature/Ecology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages97
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8789499M
    ISBN 101583214836
    ISBN 109781583214831
    OCLC/WorldCa144608901

    SciTech Book News: Article Type: Book review: Date: Mar 1, Words: Previous Article: Novel techniques for investigating recharge to the Memphis aquifer. Next Article: The synchronized production system; going beyond just-in-time through Kaizen. Topics.   Memphis, Tennessee, the northern terminus and urban hub of the Mississippi Delta, was a foul place in the midth century. Yellow fever swept the city three times in the s, killing 8,

    The subcrop of clay in the Upper Claiborne confining unit that separates the overlying watertable aquifer from the underlying Memphis aquifer marks the transition of the Memphis aquifer from unconfined to confined. The inferred unconfined region of the Memphis aquifer is indicated by the hatched area in Fig. 3 (Parks, ). Updip of the Cited by: 7. Aquifer: A Novel - Kindle edition by Barnes, Gary. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Aquifer: A /5(49).

    Water, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, After an earlier Special Issue in the open access journal Water, on the “Policy and Economics of Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) and Water Banking”, a second Special Issue on MAR is aiming at hydrogeochemical and water quality management hydrogoechemical aspects include the benefits of self-purification. Escalante et al. (), investigated the economic aspects of MAR techniques considered in the Depth Investigation of New Areas for Managed Aquifer Recharge in Spain project. 23 GIS layers of.


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Novel Techniques for Investigating Recharge to the Memphis Aquifer by Randy Gentry Download PDF EPUB FB2

Develops a procedure for quantitatively assessing the magnitude of recharge through openings in the clay layer that confines much of the Memphis Aquifer. Provides an example that could be used by other utilities for planning or development of monitoring systems in the same region and similar geological settings.

Novel Techniques for Investigating Recharge to the Memphis Aquifer Subject Area: Environmental Leadership Tailored Collaboration. analysis aquifer parameters aquifer test aquifer thickness calculated capillary fringe clay cm/s cone of depression confined aquifer consistent units CONTAMINATION Cooper-Jacob Darcy's Law decreases density depth determine developed dewatering drawdown data drawdown due Drawdown ft drawdown graph equation equipotential Example feet Figure fractures freshwater ft/day gallons gpd/ft gravel ground water ground-water flow head values hydraulic conductivity hydraulic gradient hydraulic head 5/5(1).

Novel Techniques for Investigating Recharge to the Memphis Aquifer Completed Develops a procedure for quantitatively assessing the magnitude of recharge through openings in the clay layer that confines much of the Memphis Aquifer. EVALUATING MODERN RECHARGE TO THE MEMPHIS AQUIFER AT THE LICHTERMAN WELL FIELD, MEMPHIS, TN Novel Techniques for Investigating Recharge to the Memphis Aquifer.

Book. This is the only book book published on aquifer storage recovery (ASR), a cost-effective water storage technology that has evolved rapidly during the past 25 years and is now being applied throughout the world. The first edition was published in and is now out of print.

At approximately pages, the second edition includes extensive new 5/5(1). the middle and deep aquifer systems however proved the existence of modern recharge to this system. Mantle-He escape to shallow aquifer system is believed to be along a deep buried fault system located in downgradient areas.

Keywords: Kazan Trona Basin, Complex Aquifer System, Recharge and Discharge Mechanisms, Environmental Isotopes, Noble Size: 7MB. Used computational techniques and environmental tracers to investigate complex mixing behaviors of semi-confined aquifers and evaluate causation.

Extensive research is being conducted to explore new and novel techniques for artificially recharging the aquifers to enhance their capacity, water quantity, and improve the water quality. Kavuri et al. have reviewed the existing methods of artificial recharge such as infiltration basins.

Aquifer is the best "Dystopian" novel I have ever read, yes at least for me its better than the 'Hunger Games'. The first 50 pages is a bit challenging (setting up the World) after that it /5. The Memphis Sand aquifer: A buried treasure. The aquifer supplying Memphis with high-quality drinking water is in good shape for now, but future threats loom.

Leakage between the Fort Pillow aquifer and Memphis aquifer, and between the Mem-phis aquifer and the water-table aquifers (allu-vium and fluvial deposits) is a major component of the hydrologic budget. The study indicates that more than 50 percent of the water with-drawn from the Memphis aquifer in isFile Size: 6MB.

This paper investigates the economic aspects of Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) techniques considered in the DINA-MAR (Depth Investigation of New Areas for Managed Aquifer Recharge in Spain) project.

This project firstly identified the areas with potential for MAR for the whole of the Iberian Peninsula and Balearic Islands of Spain using characteristics derived from 23 GIS layers of Cited by: Novel Techniques for Investigating Recharge to the Memphis Aquifer by Randy Gentry, Larry Mckay, Norbert Thonnard, Jerry Anderson, Daniel Larsen, John K.

Carmichael, Kip Solomon Paperback, 97 Pages, Published by Amer Water Works Assn. An infiltration gallery system 25 m long, m wide and m deep was constructed m bgs and secondary treated wastewater was infiltrated into the gallery system.A maximum infiltration rate of 64 L min −1 into the infiltration gallery ( L min −1 m −2) was infiltration rate was approximately 7% of the maximum infiltration rate of 38 L min −1 m −2 based on Cited by: 6.

A novel methodology is introduced for the spatial indexing of groundwater drought ‘risks’ (GDRs). It combines reliability analysis and standardised water-level index (SWI), which is readily applicable to areas with sparse data on groundwater depth (GWD) by: 3.

Occurrence of the Memphis Sand as related to major physiographic subdivisions in western Tennessee 3 2. Generalized thickness of the Memphis Sand 6 3. Generalized potentiometric surface in the Memphis aquifer, fall 8 Hydrographs showing water levels in observation wells: 4.

Dy:H-7 10 5. L&F-4 10 6. Fa:R 7. Sh:Q 11 8. Sh File Size: 2MB. Memphis aquifer, the regional source for municipal water supplies. Anderson, J.L., Larsen, D., Carmichael, J.K., and Solomon, K.,Novel Techniques for Investigating Recharge to the Memphis Aquifer: American Water Works Association Report no.

• The depth and slope of the clay lens in Line D matches a paleochannel slope. Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) and water banking are of increasing importance to water resources management. MAR can be used to buffer against drought and changing or variable climate, as well as provide water to meet demand growth, by making use of excess surface water supplies and recycled waters.

Along with hydrologic and geologic considerations, economic and policy analyses are Cited by: Many USGS reports on water resources are now being served online.

Most publications located at this site and other USGS sites can be located by subject, author, date, USGS series or publication series number by using the reports and thematic maps electronic Publications Warehouse. The Publications Warehouse will eventually be taking the place of this page.

The Memphis Aquifer - Reelfoot Rift. Geologic History of the Memphis Area. During the Proterozoic Era, some million years ago, an area in the middle of the United States, called the Mississippi Embayment was pushed upward by molten rock from the underlying mantle.

A number of faults formed and over many millions of years, a rift also formed.A Memphis aquifer flowing well Drilling rig used ar ound the turn of the century for well installation into the Memphis aquifer Flowing well in Jackson, TN () A company was organized to supply water from wells, and after successful experiments, they were able to contract with the authorities in July This new company took the name of "TheFile Size: 1MB.maps in the Memphis, Tennessee area help assess the potential for earthquake-induced ground failure, Geologic Society of America, Waldron, B., Larsen, D.

and Garner, C. Preliminary investigation of the use of naturally occurring chloride within the unsaturated zone to determine recharge to the Memphis aquifer, Geological Society of AmericaFile Size: KB.