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Assessment of ground-water contamination in the alluvial aquifer near West Point, Kentucky

M. A. Lyverse

Assessment of ground-water contamination in the alluvial aquifer near West Point, Kentucky

by M. A. Lyverse

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Published by Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports [distributor] in Louisville, Ky, Denver, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Pollution -- Kentucky -- West Point.,
  • Water-supply -- Kentucky -- West Point.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Mark A. Lyverse and Michael D. Unthank ; prepared in cooperation with the Hardin County Water District #1.
    SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 88-4166
    ContributionsUnthank, Michael D., Geological Survey (U.S.), Hardin County (Ky.). Water District #1
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 25 p. :
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17091128M

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    R.D. Beckie, in Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences, Groundwater Contamination. Most groundwater contamination originates at the land surface and is classified as either point source, for example from spills or an industrial site, or non-point source, for example from agriculture-related compounds. Probably the greatest threat is exposure to undetected contamination. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.


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Groundwater contamination that affects water supply is definitely not a trivial event. New Zealand Water sampled from wells m deep in shallow alluvial aquifers have measured ages from years. Deeper confined aquifers have C14 ages of several years. Vulnerability of Ground Water to Contamination, Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone, Bexar County, Texas, By Allan K.

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InDNR released Ground water Vulnerability Regions of Iowa, a map developed specifically to depict the intrinsic susceptibility of ground water resources to contamination by surface or near-surface activities.

This assessment had three very limited purposes: (1) to describe the physical setting of ground water resources in the state, (2. Assessment of ground-water contamination in the alluvial aquifer near West Point, Kentucky,Water-Resources Investigations Report Quality-assurance data for routine water analysis in the laboratories of the US Geological Survey for water-year, Water-Resources Investigations Report the shallow nature of the aquifer make it vulnerable to several potential sources of surface (e.g., urban and agricultural runoff) and subsurface (e.g., septic system effluents and underground storage tanks) pollution and contamination.

The groundwater in the shallow alluvial aquifer has. Pollution that has as its source a single or small point, which are usually spills or leaks from storage tanks. Point source plumes differ from area plumes in that they typically show a range of concentrations, from high to low, that vary with distance from the point source.

An assessment of groundwater contamination in Central Valley aquifer, California using geodetector method Anil Shrestha and Wei Luo Department of Geography, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL, USA ABSTRACT Groundwater nitrate contamination of the aquifer in the Central Valley, California is a Cited by: 2.

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Produced and directed by Kristine Diekman and Run Dry. As considered herein, ground water vulnerability refers to contamination resulting from nonpoint sources or areally distributed point sources of pollution and does not address individual point sources of pollution nor any situation where a pollutant is purposely placed into the ground water system.

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At Luz de TaviraCited by: 9.source of water. Assessing ground-water quality and develop-ing strategies to protect aquifers from contamination are nec-essary aspects of water-resource planning.

Sources of ground-water quality data The quality of water from the aquifer systems defined in the Aquifer Systems section of the Ground-Water Hydrology.