Effect of pumpage on ground-water levels as modeled in Laramie County, Wyoming by Marvin A. Crist

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey in Cheyenne, Wyo .

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  • Groundwater -- Wyoming -- Laramie County

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Statementby Marvin A. Crist ; prepared in cooperation with the Wyoming State Engineer and the Wyoming Department of Economic Planning and Development
SeriesWater-resources investigations, Open-file report -- 80-1104, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 80-1104
ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.), Wyoming. State Engineer"s Office, Wyoming. Dept. of Economic Planning and Development
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Paginationv, 26 p. :
Number of Pages26
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Open LibraryOL13565049M

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Groundwater levels are declining in some areas as much as 4 feet per year. The investigation was made to provide State water administrators with data on water-level changes resulting from present () groundwater withdrawals and to provide a means of predicting the future effect of groundwater development.

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Cheyenne, Wyo.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, (OCoLC) Effect of pumpage on ground-water levels as modeled in Laramie County, Wyoming / by Marvin A. Crist ; prepared in cooperation with the Wyoming State Engineer and the Wyoming Department of Economic Planning and : Marvin A.

Crist. EFFECT OF PUMPAGE ON GROUND-WATER LEVELS AS MODELED IN LARAMIE COUNTY, WYOMING By Marvin A. Crist ABSTRACT Ground water is being extensively developed for domestic, agricultural, and industrial use in a 2,square-mile area in Laramie County bounded approximately by Horse Creek on the north, Nebraska on the east, Colorado onAuthor: Marvin A.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Marvin A Crist. This is a supplement to the report, ' Effect of pumpage on ground-water levels as modeled in Laramie County, Wyoming, ' published as U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Open-File Report The computer program and data used to model ground-water conditions in post-Cretaceous rocks in Laramie County are listed.

Crist, Marvin. "Effect of Pumpage on Ground-Water Levels as Modelled in Laramie County, Wyoming." U.S.G.S. Survey Water-Resources Investigation Open-File Report Cheyenne, Wyoming, Pine Bluffs Rural Electrification Association Annual Reports.

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Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Open-File Report26 p., 5 pl. This report concentrates primarily on irrigation pumpage effects on ground-water levels in Laramie County, however the effect of pumpage of the City of. Get this from a library. Effect of pumpage on ground-water levels as modeled in Laramie County, Wyoming.

[Marvin A Crist; Geological Survey (U.S.); Wyoming. State Engineer's Office.; Wyoming. Department of Economic Planning and Development.]. A quantitative evaluation of the effect of ground water pumpage on the Arkansas River in southeastern Colorado using both groundwater and surface‐water data has shown that, in at least one reach of the valley, pumping has lowered the water table below the level of the apparently pervious streambed, thereby breaking the hydraulic connection between the stream and the water by: 5 Section 1.

Authority. This regulation is promulgated pursuant to the Wyoming Environmental Quality Act, W.S. through W.S. and through “Digital Model of the Arikaree Aquifer near Wheatland, Southeastern “Effect of Pumpage on Ground water Levels as Modeled in Laramie County, includes a thorough discussion of the Water Resource Atlas of Laramie County, Wyoming, developed for the purpose of guiding future development in Laramie County.

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Ground-water pumpage in parts of Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, Effect of pumpage on ground-water levels as modeled in Laramie County, Wyoming / (Cheyenne, Wyo.: U.S.

Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Effects on ground-water levels in the Missouri River alluvial aquifer caused by changes in Missouri River stage. Laramie County is one of the principal areas of ground-water development in the State, and many reports on ground-water condi­ tions in the area have been written.

The purposes of this investigation were to consolidate and update existing data, to determine the effect of the development of ground water on the hydrology of the area, andCited by: 8. The objectives of the subproject described herein are to use ground-water flow models to increase the understanding of the effects of ground-water withdrawals on ground-water flow near (1) the regional ground-water divide between the Great Lakes Basin and the Mississippi River Basin and (2) areas adjoining riverine systems that are tributaries.

Laramie County Aquifer Study There is concern over the impacts growth and development are having on the aquifers underlying Laramie County. Due to this concern, the Laramie County Commissioners have requested a study of the aquifers underlying Laramie County in an effort to provide them with guidance in the management of groundwater resources.

Matthew I. Kaufman entitled "Hydrologic Effects of Ground-Water Pumpage in the Peace and Alafia River Basins, Florida, This report was prepared as part of the cooperative program to study the water resources of Florida in cooperation with the United States Geological Survey.

pumpage to 4 wells per mi2 for counties with overAF/yr of pumpage (Hopkins, ). These densities were converted to pumpage per mi2 area by dividing by the size of an average county in Texas of about 1, mi2 (Table 2) Most designs of water-level monitoring programs rely on a probabilistic approach.

Alley. Projected Effects of Intermittent Changes in Withdrawal of Water from the Arikaree Aquifer Near Wheatland, Southeastern Wyoming: Usgs Open-File Report [Dwight T.

Hoxie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Effects on streamflows and ground-water levels attributable to a proposed intermittent change in use and sites of withdrawal of 3Author: Dwight T. Hoxie. Digital model to predict effects of pumping from the Arikaree aquifer in the Dwyer area, southeastern Wyoming, by G.C.

Lines. 24 p. 7 separate figs. [Identified as WRI/OFR on report.]. Effect of ground-water developmenmt on the pool level in Devil's Hole, Death Valley National Monument, Aquifer-test evaluation and potential effects of increased ground-water pumpage at the Stovepipe Wells Hotel area, Hydrology of Park County, Wyoming.

Ground-Water Levels in Wyoming, I Geohydrologic Data from Twenty-Four Test Holes Drilled in the Piceance Basin, Rio Blanco County, Colorado, I Reconnaissance Evaluation of Water Resources for Hydraulic Coal Mining Grand Hogback Coal Field, Garfield and Rio Blanco Counties, Colorado.

Babcock, H.M., and Rapp, J.R.,Reconnaissance of the geology and ground-water resources of the Horse Creek-Bear Creek area, Laramie and Goshen Counties, Wyoming with a section on The chemical quality of the water by W.H.

Durum: U.S. Geological Survey Circular28 p., 1 pl. Texas Water Development Board. North Congress Avenue, Austin, TX TEL: / FAX: Footer Social Media Navigation. Water Quality Evaluation of the Laramie River, North Platte River Basin, 3 watershed. Cover Page- Study sites on the Laramie River from top to bottom: ZAbove UPRR Tie Plant, ZBelow Spring Creek [ (left), Above Laramie WWTF (right) and Below File Size: 4MB.

Changes in ground-water levels in the High Plains aquifer from before groundwater development to (V.L. McGuire, U.S. Geological Survey, written commun., ). YouTube Power Hour Podcast: YouTube, YouTube Channel, Video Marketing, YouTuber, IGTV, Erika Vieira, Video, Instagram Overeaters Anonymous ElectraTone Guitar Effects HATECAST Clint Taylor How To Fix The Music Business Franko’s Podcast.

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Ground water, in turn, discharges to surface waters, such as rivers, streams, lakes, and wetlands. Stormwater is an integral part of the hydrologic cycle and the interplay between surface water and ground water.

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Ground water historically has been the sole source of water supply for the Town of Yucca Valley in the Warren subbasin of the Morongo ground-water basin, California. An imbalance between ground-water recharge and pumpage caused ground-water levels in the subbasin to decline by as much as feet from the late s through Ground-water levels The ground-water level within an aquifer fluctuates con-stantly in response to rainfall, evapotranspiration, barometric pressure, ground-water movement (including recharge and dis-charge), and ground-water pumpage.

However, the response time for most natural ground-water level fluctuations is con. Circular Ground-Water Levels and Pumpage in the Metro-East Area, Illinois, by Richard J.

Schicht and Andrew G. Buck Title: Ground-Water Levels and Pumpage in the Metro-East Area, Illinois, Abstract: This report discusses ground-water levels and pumpage in the Metro-East area just south of Alton, Illinois, to Dupo, Illinois, and between the Mississippi River and the. Ground-water levels and pumpage in east-central Washington, including the Odessa-Lind area, to Water Supply Bulletin 55 () describes the resulting effects of increased ground water pumpage and water level declines from in the basalt aquifers in east-central Washington.

GROUNDWATER LEVELS AND PUMPAGE IN THE EAST ST. LOUIS AREA, ILLINOIS, by W. Baker, Jr. SUMMARY Groundwater levels and pumpage in the East St.

Louis area from through are considered in this report. Large quantities of groundwater chiefly for industrial and municipal use are withdrawn. Buxton, H.T. and Reilly, T.E.,Effects of sanitary sewers on ground-water levels and streams in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, New York, Part 2, development and application of southwest Suffolk County model: U.S.

Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report39 p. Groundwater is the only source for domestic, agricultural and municipal water use in the Cuyama Valley groundwater basin in Santa Barbara County. Groundwater withdrawals, mainly to irrigate agricultural crops, have resulted in water-level declines of as much as feet in the area since the s.

On a per-person basis, Wyoming emits more carbon dioxide than any other state or any other country:pounds (, kg) of it per capita a year, because of burning coal, which provides nearly all of the state's electrical power.

Over the last century, the average temperature in Laramie, Wyoming, has increased °F ( °C), and precipitation has decreased by up to 20% in many.Division Organization & Responsibilities. The City of Laramie Utility Division has been providing quality drinking water and treating wastewater for the greater part of the 20th century.

The enactment of the federal Clean Water Act (CWA) and Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) established uniform criteria for utility systems. Subsequent revisions in and to the SDWA required.Included are County Attorney opinions, correspondence from state officials on county assessment rates, hearings on personal valuations, copies of ordinances from the City of Laramie on tax levies, petitions for rebates of taxes, correspondence on tax levies, state imposed levies, and proceedings of the Wyoming County Assessors.

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