2 edition of Definitions of selected ground-water terms found in the catalog.
Definitions of selected ground-water terms
Stanley William Lohman
|Statement||by S. W. Lohman and others.|
|Contributions||United States. Committee on Redefinition of Ground-Water Terms., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 54 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||54|
Last modified: 11/13/ - js Back to Directory Groundwater Availability and Accessibility Provinces. C. D. McElwee and H. Cao. Boldface links are to other sections; italic items are linked to glossary definitions. Definitions: Physical availability is the amount (volume) of water in storage beneath a given area of land ibility is a function of saturated . A dictionary is a collection of words and their definitions (and sometimes other information). Such collections are usually printed as books, but some are now designed for use on computers.
Part - Glossary of Landform and Geologic Terms (VI-NSSH, ) (c) Glossary terms and definitions. `a`a lava - A type of basaltic lava (material) having a rough, jagged, clinkery surface and a vesicular interior. Compare – block lava, pahoehoe lava, pillow lava. people envision that ground water exists somehow in a mysterious, hidden system of underground rivers, reservoirs, and water “veins.” Although these terms may be use-ful when speaking metaphorically about ground water, they are far from accurate. Ground water is water that fills pores and fractures in the ground, much as milk.
Definition of Ground Water in the dictionary. Meaning of Ground Water. What does Ground Water mean? Information and translations of Ground Water in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web. Groundwater definition is - water within the earth especially that supplies wells and springs. How to use groundwater in a sentence.
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For many years there has been a need for redefinition or more precise definition of certain ground-water terms used in publications by members of the U.S.
Geological Survey. Another problem has been the expression of the coefficient of permeability (herein redefined as hydraulic conductivity) and the coefficient of transmissibility (herein redefined as transmissivity) in. Definitions of Selected Ground-Water Terms - Revisions and Conceptual Refinements.
Definitions of Selected Ground-Water Terms Definitions of selected ground-water terms book Revisions and Conceptual Refinements U.S.
Geological Survey, Water Supply Paper by S. Lohman. This report is available as a pdf below. Foreword.
Definitions of selected ground-water terms--revisions and conceptual refinements. [Stanley William Lohman; Geological Survey (U.S.); United States. Department of the Interior.]. USGS Training Resources for Ground-Water Hydrology Resources listed include reports, videotapes, and self-study manuals.
Book 3, Chapter B2, p. (available on the Internet at Definitions of selected ground-water terms – Revisions and conceptual refinements: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper21 p. (available on the File Size: 49KB. U.S. Geological Survey,Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper“Definitions of Selected Ground-Water Terms— Revisions and Conceptual Refinements”, 21 pages.
U.S. Geological Survey, a, User’s Manual for the National Water Information System of the U.S. Geological Survey. ground water: 1 n underground water that is held in the soil and in pervious rocks Synonyms: spring water, well water Type of: H2O, water binary compound that occurs at room temperature as a clear colorless odorless tasteless liquid; freezes into ice below 0 degrees centigrade and boils above degrees centigrade; widely used as a solvent.
groundwater -- (1) water that flows or seeps downward and saturates soil or rock, supplying springs and wells. The upper surface of the saturate zone is called the water table.
(2) Water stored underground in rock crevices and in the pores of geologic materials that make up the Earth's crust.
The definitions found in this glossary are from, "The Federal Glossary of Selected Terms: Subsurface-Water Flow and Solute Transport": Department of Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Office of Water Data Coordination, August References for the definitions can be found at the end of the document.
Common Ground Water Terms and Definitions References Appendix III. Types of openings in selected water-bearing rocks. Figure In the conterminous United States, 24 regions were delineated by the USGS where the interactions of ground water and surface.
section B of book 3 is on ground-water techniques. The unit of publication, the chapter, is limited to a narrow field of subject matter. This format permits flexibility in revision and publication as the need arises.
Chapter 3B5 deals with the definition of boundary and initial conditions in the analysis of saturated ground-water flow systems. Bibliography: "A list containing citations to the resources used in writing a research paper or other document." See also: Reference.
Book: "A relatively lengthy work, often on a single topic. May be print or electronic." Book stacks: "Shelves in the library where materials—typically books—are stored.
Books in the book stacks are normally arranged by. ‘So it is clear what groundwater and surface water are understood to mean, and who the targets of the bylaw are.’ ‘In the absence of a proper clean-up of the site, chemicals are still leaking into the soil and groundwater.’.
The pie chart shows that about percent of all of Earth's water is groundwater and about percent of freshwater on Earth occurs as groundwater. As the bar chart shows, about 5, cubic miles (mi 3), or 23, cubic kilometers (km 3), of groundwater. Groundwater can also come to the surface as a spring or be pumped from a well.
Both of these are common ways we get groundwater to drink. About 50 percent of our municipal, domestic, and agricultural water supply is groundwater. How does the ground store water. Groundwater is stored in the tiny open spaces between rock and sand, soil, and gravel.
Groundwater Policy and Management Groundwater Management Units •Alberta Environment views GMUs as hydraulically-connected groundwater systems in which water management objectives and outcomes are stakeholder-based. •GMUs include water users in water management initiatives.
Involvement of the water user in the decision. Groundwater flooding is the emergence of groundwater at the ground surface or the rising of groundwater into man-made ground, through natural processes, under conditions where the 'normal' range of groundwater levels and groundwater flows are exceeded.
Groundwater, water that occurs below the surface of Earth, where it occupies all or part of the void spaces in soils or geologic strata. Groundwater plays a vital role in the development of arid and semiarid zones, sometimes supporting agricultural and industrial enterprises that could not otherwise exist.
Glossary of Groundwater Terms Acre-foot () - the volume of water required to cover 1 acre of land (43, square feet) to a depth of 1 foot. Equal togallons or 1, cubic meters. Adjudication - a case that has been heard and decided by a judge. Alluvial aquifer - generally shallow sand and gravel deposits laid down over time in a river channel or.
Groundwater is also an important environmental asset that provides base flow to streams and supports wetlands and other groundwater dependent ecosystems (definition provided in section ).
Figure 2 Groundwater occurrence (Ghost Watershed Alliance Society ). Ground water definition, the water beneath the surface of the ground, consisting largely of surface water that has seeped down: the source of water in springs and wells.
See more. This book therefore only deals with those essential subjects which are relevant to manual drilling and well installation in practice, in simple and understandable language.* *Note Technical terms and the way in which subjects are explained are based on the average expected educational level of the intended users.OFFICE OF GROUNDWATER TECHNICAL MEMORANDUM Subject: GROUNDWATER: Ground water versus groundwater.
It has been a longstanding practice within the USGS to spell ground water as two words and to hyphenate when ground water is used as a modifier (e.g., ground-water hydrology).Aquifer definition is - a water-bearing stratum of permeable rock, sand, or gravel.
aquifer and Agriculture.