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Simulated response to future pumping in the Sparta aquifer, Union County, Arkansas
John M Kilpatrick
1992 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Little Rock, Ark, Denver, Colo .
Written in English
|Statement||by John M. Kilpatrick ; prepared in cooperation with the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 91-4161|
|Contributions||Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 25 p. :|
|Number of Pages||25|
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Get this from a library. Simulated response to future pumping in the Sparta aquifer, Union County, Arkansas. [John M Kilpatrick; Arkansas Soil and Water. The Sparta aquifer in southeastern Arkansas and north-central Louisiana is a major water resource for municipal, industrial, and agricultural uses.
In recent years, the demand for water in some areas has resulted in withdrawals from the Sparta that significantly exceed recharge to the aquifer. Considerable drawdown has occurred in the potentiometric surface, and water users and managers alike.
Simulated response to future pumping in the Sparta aquifer, Union County, Arkansas / By John M. Kilpatrick, Geological Survey (U.S.) and Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission. Abstract.
Shipping list no.: es bibliographical references (p. 25).Mode of access: Internet. SIMULATED RESPONSE TO FUTURE PUMPING IN THE SPARTA AQUIFER, UNION COUNTY, ARKANSAS By John M.
Kilpatrick ABSTRACT Water levels in the basal aquifer of Hie Sparta Sand have declined more than feet in the El Dorado, Arkansas, area since ground-water development began about PreviousAuthor: John M. Kilpatrick. Buy Simulated response to future pumping in the Sparta aquifer, Union County, Arkansas (SuDoc I /) by John M.
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Geological Survey ; Denver, Colo.: Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor], ), by John M. Kilpatrick, Arkansas book Survey (U.S.), and Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission (page images.
Recharge augmentation by construction of infiltration impoundments is a potential means of increasing aquifer water levels and aquifer yield that is under consideration for the Sparta aquifer in southeastern Arkansas.
The aquifer is a major water resource for municipal, industrial, and agricultural uses, and approximately million gallons per day was pumped from the aquifer in Arkansas in.
The response of water levels within the Sparta aquifer to heavy pumping stress can be substantial over large areas because of the confined condition of the aquifer.
For example, an aquifer test near El Dorado resulted in a 6 ft water-level decline at a distance of 2, ft from the pumping well after 3 days of pumping at a rate of approximately. SIMULATED RESPONSE OF THE SPARTA AQUIFER TO OUTCROP AREA RECHARGE AUGMENTATION, SOUTHEASTERN ARKANSAS By Phillip D.
Hays U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report Prepared in cooperation with the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission Little Rock, Arkansas Author: Phillip D. Hays. The Sparta Aquifer in Arkansas' Critical Ground-Water Areas Response of the Aquifer to Supplying Future Water Needs Key Points • The Sparta aquifer i a confined aquifer of great regional importance that compri es a equence f uncon.
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Year Published: Geohydrologic characteristics and simulated response to pumping stresses in the Sparta aquifer in East-Central Arkansas. Our Mission = Conserve.
Protect. Restore. Maintain. Latest News. Water Conservation Tips; May Newsletter; Upcoming Events. No events currently scheduled. Simulated groundwater declines in Central Arkansas after the addition of wells that simulate potential future pumping from the Sparta aquifer in the Bayou Meto-Grand Prairie area of.
If pumping remains at rates ( Mft 3 /d), an area centered in Desha County and two areas in Ashley County show simulated water levels dropping below 50 percent of the saturated thickness of the alluvial aquifer by Simulated water levels for and indicate enlargement and deepening of these areas and up to 81 mi 2 where the.
Simulated response to future pumping in the Sparta aquifer, Union County, Arkansas / by John M. Kilpatrick ; prepared in cooperation with the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission.
The Sparta aquifer is Union County's only source of municipal and industrial ground water. Since development began in the early 's ground-water levels have declined more than feet in some areas.
As a result, Union was among five southern Arkansas counties designated as the state's first "Critical Ground Water Area" in Download Citation | Hydrologic and hydraulic assessment of artificial recharge in the Sparta Aquifer of Union County, Arkansas | Groundwater pumping from the Sparta aquifer in Union County.
The Sparta aquifer supplies the majority of water for industrial, municipal, and agricultural uses in Union County, Arkansas, and the surrounding area. In Union County, the Sparta aquifer has been used increasingly since development began in the early ’s, resulting in water-level declines of more than feet (ft) in some areas.
Detailed Description. A groundwater-flow model of the Mississippi embayment was used to evaluate changes in water-level altitudes after the addition of wells that simulate potential future pumping from the Sparta aquifer in the Bayou Meto-Grand Prairie area of eastern Arkansas (shown within the black outline) for the year period from through The Sparta aquifer is a confined aquifer of great regional importance that comprises a sequence of unconsolidated sand, silt, and clay units extending across much of eastern and southeastern Arkansas and into adjoining States.
Water use from the aquifer has doubled since and continues to increase, and large water-level declines are occurring in many areas of the aquifer. Simulation of an Aquifer-Storage-and-Recovery (ASR) System for Agricultural Water Supply using the Farm Process in MODFLOW for the Pajaro Valley, Monterey Bay, California the Sparta aquifer in.
Ground-water use in Arkansas County for the Sparta and alluvial aquifers from to Figure 5. Schematic of cross-section A-A’ showing a well completed in the Sparta aquifer, observed potentiometric surface forand model simulated potentiometric surface for A computer model of the Sparta aquifer was created during.
The Sparta Aquifer is a minor aquifer extending across East and South Texas, parallel to the Gulf of Mexico coastline and about miles inland. Water is contained within a part of the Claiborne Group known as the Sparta Formation, a sand-rich unit interbedded with silt and clay layers and with massive sand beds in the bottom section.
Sparta Aquifer Information and Study Background. The Sparta aquifer is an important source of groundwater for southeastern Arkansas and northern Louisiana. It is the only viable aquifer in Union County, Arkansas.
Seven cities, 29 rural water associations, and 11 major industries in Union County use the Sparta as a raw water source. The Sparta aquifer, which consists of the Sparta Sand, in southeastern Arkansas and north-central Louisiana is a major water resource and provides water for municipal, industrial, and agricultural uses.
In recent years, the demand in some areas has resulted in withdrawals from the Sparta aquifer that substantially exceed replenishment of the aquifer.
Geohydrologic characteristics and simulated response to pumping stresses in the Sparta Aquifer in east-central Arkansas / (Little Rock, Ark.: Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, Colo.: U.S.
Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor], ), by D. Fitzpatrick, Harry McWreath, John M. Kilpatrick. Is there a way to use pip to identify multiple (overlapping) polygons per layer. I am hitting a wall in my attempt with highlighting the appropriate feature.
Modifying the html/info window works easily, but the code for highlighting the. Sparta Aquifer Recovery Building on Public Policy. The South Arkansas Sparta Recovery Initiative in Union County as a model for successful and effective practical application of public policy.
Presented by. Robert Reynolds, President. Union County Water Conservation Board. to "Water; The Choices - Water Law & Policy Conference. The Union County Water Conservation Board with funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency began a study in with the USGS, the Union County Conservation District, and Burns & McDonnell to monitor the impact of water-level recovery and water-quality characteristics of the Sparta aquifer system in southern Arkansas and northern.
The Goal of the Sparta Groundwater Conservation District Commission (Sparta Commission) is to save and restore the Sparta aquifer for long-term future use as a major water supply source for domestic, industrial, and agricultural use. identification of the source of ground water (aquifer) to which the application applies; Sparta aquifer 4.
Our Sponsors. Copyright ©Sparta Aquifer. Figure 1. Sampled well locations in the Sparta aquifer during sampling season EXPLANATION N # Sampled well locations Sparta aquifer downdip Sparta aquifer outcrop Constituent Range* Average* # > MCL Silica 10 - 91 20 Calcium.
Ina report from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) showed that if Union County, Ark., continued withdrawals from the Sparta Aquifer — an expansive underground source of clean water — at then-current rates, within five years the aquifer in Southern Arkansas and Northern Louisiana would begin to suffer irreparable damage.
Browse the USGS Publication Warehouse Union County, Arkansas,Water-Resources Investigations Report Rates of water movement through the floors of selected stormwater basins in Nassau County, Long Island, New York,Water-Resources Investigations Report Simulated response to future pumping in the Sparta Aquifer.
2 Water Levels and Water Quality in the Sparta-Memphis Aquifer (Middle Claiborne Aquifer) in Arkansas Hydrographs from wells with a minimum of 25 years of water-level measurements were constructed. During the periodcounty mean annual water levels generally declined. Mean annual declines were between foot per.
Simulated response to future pumping in the Sparta Aquifer, Union County, Arkansas Kilpatrick, J. WRI Scour around bridge piers on streams in Arkansas Southard, R. OFR A user''s guide to the Arkansas Rural Water-Delivery Network Geographic Information System (GIS) software Monical, J. OFR In an effort to provide an overview of the susceptibility of aquifers in Union County, Arkansas, to contamination from potential surface sources, hydrogeologic conditions were assessed at 51 public-supply well sites and potential contaminant sources were located.
Almost all of these wells are. Arkansas River White River Ratio of optimal ground-water withdrawal to the amount withdrawn in 0 1 Hydraulic head at half the aquifer thickness No wells in cell GRAND PRAIRIE EXPLANATION.
Total Ground Water Use in Arkansas - 0 Union. White. Woodruff. Demand (MGD) USGS Demand Current Demand HYDROGEOLOGIC INVESTIGATION REPORT SPARTA AQUIFER VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT AT THE FORMER SHUMAKER NAVAL AMMUNITION DEPOT EAST CAMDEN, ARKANSAS United States Environmental Protection Agency By:.
Arkansas AgCast: Saving the Sparta Aquifer After reaching critically low levels in the s, water table levels in the Sparta Aquifer in south Arkansas are being recharged thanks to a countywide campaign undertaken by the Union County Water Conservation Board, the local Chamber of Commerce and other area organizations.Evaluation of Water Availability and Quality Chapter 4 Ground Water And Surface Water Resources Introduction A statewide water resource planning and management program must be based on an understanding of the conditions of Louisiana’s aquifers and sources of surface water.Water withdrawals.
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