1 edition of Geophysical investigation of the Ticona Bedrock Valley Aquifer near Streator, Illinois found in the catalog.
Geophysical investigation of the Ticona Bedrock Valley Aquifer near Streator, Illinois
Timothy H. Larson
|Statement||Timothy H. Larson|
|Series||Open file series / Illinois State Geological Survey -- 1994-9, Open file series (Illinois State Geological Survey) -- 1994-9.|
|Contributions||Northern Illinois Water Corporation, Illinois State Geological Survey|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||24|
Several bedrock wells throughout the valley produce water that is 9°F to 21°F warmer than the rest of the wells in the valley. The geologic setting of the warm-water wells and their chemical and isotopic signatures suggest deep circulation along long flow paths that end at fracture zones, which provide relatively rapid flow to near-surface wells. Mahomet Aquifer Consortium. Mission Statement: To further study the Mahomet aquifer system, the river basins and surface waters located in the 15 county regional water supply planning area and to develop and recommend options for the planning and management of these valuable public resources.
A background goal is to benefit water planning within the rapidly urbanizing, county greater Chicago region of northeastern Illinois, comparing this higher-resolution local model’s discharge into the regional bedrock aquifer system to that of the Illinois State Water Survey’s regional model. Figure 1. Location of recent and ongoing geologic mapping area in the Middle Illinois River Valley region of north-central Illinois (left) and northeastern portion of the Chillicothe minute surficial geology map (right) showing areas of river deposits, glacial tills, and bedrock where they occur at File Size: KB.
EXPLORATION OF THE NORTHERN ILLINOIS BEDROCK SURFACE Matthew L. Rhoads 42 Pages The purpose of this study is to deconstruct the relationship between the Leaf River anticline and the preglacial bedrock paleo topography at the eastern terminus of the Plum River Fault Zone in Ogle County, : Matthew Rhoads. The Geochemistry of Groundwater from the Shallow Bedrock in Central Vermilion County, Illinois ABSTRACT The background groundwater conditions in the shallow bedrock of central Vermilion County, Illinois, were assessed by reviewing available ge ochemical data and by analyzing a limited number of water and rock samples.
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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Groundwater quality with in deep major bedrock aquifers degrades from northwest to southeast in the northern portion of Illinois, due to the regional inclination of geological unit toward the center of the Illinois Basin in southeastern Illinois.
Subject: Major Bedrock Aquifers at Depths Greater Than Feet Below Ground Surface Category. Ground-Water Investigation in the Cache River Valley, Alexander County, Illinois by Ellis W.
Sanderson and Adrian P. Visocky Office of Ground-Water Resource Evaluation & Management Prepared for South Water, Inc. May Illinois State Water Survey Hydrology Division Champaign, Illinois A Division of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources.
Geologic, Geophysical, and Hydrologic Investigations for a Supplemental Municipal Groundwater Supply, Danville, Illinois David R. Larson and John P. Kempton Illinois State Geological Survey William W. Shilts, Chief East Peabody Drive Champaign, IL Scott Meyer Illinois State Water Survey Derek Winstanley, Chief Griffith Drive.
Groundwater Geology of DeKalb County, Illinois with Emphasis on the Troy Bedrock Valley Robert C. Vaiden, Edward C. Smith, and Timothy H. Larson C Circular Illinois Department of Natural Resources ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY William W.
Title: Bedrock Geology Map of Illinois Compiled by: Dennis R. Kolata Contributions by: F. Brett Denny, Joseph A. Devera, Ardith K. Hansel, Russell J. Jacobson. BEDROCK AQUIFERS OF NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS George M. Hughes, Paul Kraatz, and Ronald A.
Landon ABSTRACT Ground water is obtained from four aquifer systems in northeastern Illinois-glacial drift, shallow bedrock, and two divisions of the deep bedrock.
The main water-yield ing unit of the shallow bedrock aquifer system is the Silur. Oasis near Death Valley fed by ancient aquifer under Nevada Test Site Date: June 4, Source: Brigham Young University Summary: A new study indicates that water arriving at Ash Meadows in Death.
aquifer and its relation to contaminant migration at the Parson's Casket Hardware Superfund site in Belvidere, This report presents the results of the second phase of the investigation, which lasted from March through October The uppermost bedrock units beneath the study site are the Galena andCited by: 1.
Type locality. The sand which forms the Sankoty aquifer was named after a railroad siding near Peoria, Illinois in by Leland Horberg. The legal description given by Horberg in identifying the type locality for the Sankoty sand is T9N, R8E, Section 15 (Peoria County, Illinois).
Lithology and stratigraphy. The Sankoty sand is an unconsolidated deposit within a bedrock valley. Geologic Mapping and Hydrogeologic Investigation. Student: Matt Rhoads. Advisors: Dave Malone and Eric Peterson.
Hydrogeology students have a rich history of integrating 3D geologic mapping with hydrogeologic modeling. Generally, these investigations have focused on buried channel aquifers or outwash aquifers created during recent glaciation.
The Mahomet Aquifer is the most important aquifer in east-central ed of sand and gravel, it is part of the buried Mahomet Bedrock underlies 15 counties and ranges from 50 to feet (15 to 60 m) thick.
It supplies overUS gallons (, m 3) per day of groundwater for public water use, industrial supply, and irrigation. This feature dataset contains feature classes that show the general areal extent of major bedrock aquifers to various depths, major sand and gravel aquifers, and potential water-bearing unconsolidated strata to a depth of 50 feet.
With the exception of _Shallow_Coarse_Materials_Py, the attribute information is limited to a. The U.S. Geological Survey investigated the ground-water-flow system and distribution of contaminants in the vicinity of Belvidere, Illinois, during.
The study included the compilation, collection, and analyses of hydrogeologic and water-quality data and simulation of the ground-water-flow system. Hydrogeologic data include lithologic, stratigraphic. Mahomet Aquifer Consortium — MAC was formed in to study the Mahomet aquifer, a sand and gravel aquifer underlying 15 counties in central Illinois.
National Ground Water Association — The mission of NGWA is to enhance the skills and credibility of all ground water professionals, develop and exchange industry knowledge and promote the. There exist other aquifers (associated with other geologic formations or aquifer definitions) not identified on this map.
Some examples are sand and gravel aquifers, shallow aquifers, and other aquifers between 50 and feet that are not identified as "major aquifers". Mahomet bedrock valley in east-central Illinois; topography, glacial. Preliminary data are presented for the first of seven test holes drilled as a part of the Central Valley Aquifer Project which is part of the National Regional Aquifer Systems Analysis Program.
The test hole was drilled in the SW 1/4 SE 1/4 sec. 34, T. 12 N., R. 1 E., Yolo County, California, about 3 miles northeast of the town of Zamora. aquifer in the vicinity of the Nelson Landfill site in Yor-kville, Illinois indicate that the aquifer could be devel-oped as a source of public water supply.
The geology of these deposits within the Newark Bedrock Valley is com-plex, however, and a detailed investigation of their water bearing and transmitting properties will be required toAuthor: Robert T.
Kay. Actually, an aquifer is a body of rock or sediment that is completely saturated – water is in it and all around it. It can be made of sand, gravel, sandstone, or other rocks that store and transmit water.
What goes in an aquifer stays in an aquifer. The water within an aquifer most often begins as rain or snow melt that seeps into the ground. Fractured-rock aquifers are widely distributed near land surface and are highly susceptible to contamination from human activities.
Researchers are developing an improved understanding of the movement of water and contaminants in fractured-rock aquifers, methods for characterization of field conditions, and modeling tools.
Bedrock aquifers within feet of ground surface cover most of northern Illinois and are commonly overlain only by thin layers of less permeable silts and clays.
Many are directly overlain by shallow or major sand and gravel aquifers allowing direct hydrologic communication with shallower aquifer systems.The Troy Bedrock Valley (TBV) and its tributary valleys are the principal pre-glacial drainage in southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois, USA.
This study focused on the headwaters of a tributary that occurs in McHenry County, IL. Drilling, geophysical surveys, and the analysis of existing geologic and water well data were used to determine the lithologic and geometric Cited by: 6.Val Bosscher ([email protected]) Sole Source Aquifer Coordinator 77 W.
Jackson Blvd, WGJ Chicago, IL