2 edition of Aquifers of Texas found in the catalog.
Aquifers of Texas
John B. Ashworth
|Statement||by John B. Ashworth and Janie Hopkins.|
|Series||Report / Texas Water Development Board ;, 345, Report (Texas Water Development Board : 1986) ;, 345.|
|Contributions||Hopkins, Janie., Texas Water Development Board.|
|LC Classifications||TD224 .A333 no. 345, TL1 .A333 no. 345|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||96621526|
The Walter Geology Library of the University of Texas at Austin. Sep 10, · The groundwater flow system composed of the Edwards-Trinity (Plateau) Aquifer and the Hill Country portion of the Trinity Aquifer together occupy an area of ~, km 2 of west-central Texas. In addition to the common groundwater flow system, these aquifers also share a common, contiguous hydrostratigraphy—the Trinity Group hydrostratigraphic unit.
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The Ogallala Aquifer (oh-guh-LAH-luh) is a shallow water table aquifer surrounded by sand, silt, clay, and gravel located beneath the Great Plains in the United States. One of the world's largest aquifers, it underlies an area of approximately , sq mi (, km 2) in portions of eight states (South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Texas). Darwin Spearing, author of Roadside Geology of Texas and coauthor of Roadside Geology of Wyoming, whetted his interest in the geology of Louisiana as a research geologist and exploration manager for Marathon Oil Company. Since then, he has served as a museum designer and a national park astonmartingo.com by:
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By John B. Ashworth and Janie Hopkins, Geologists, November By John B. Ashworth and Janie Hopkins, Geologists, November To order paper copies of the maps, please call TNRIS at () Oct 29, · This report reviews what is known about the aquifers of West Texas and identifies what needs to be done to better understand the aquifers; each chapter was prepared by speakers from the Aquifers of West Texas Conference and put together in this book by editors.
Aquifers of Texas Bibliography to Support the BRACS Program EndNote EndNote is a personal reference database program designed to help users manage references. Sep 10, · Two Edwards-named aquifers in Texas were considered in this work: the Edwards-Trinity (Plateau) and the Edwards (Balcones Fault Zone) Aquifers.
Both of the aquifers have areas that appear to be suitable, from a hydrogeologic standpoint, for ASR. Major Aquifers of Texas Ogallala The Ogallala aquifer extends through 48 counties of the Texas Panhandle and is the southernmost extension of the largest aquifer (High Plains aquifer) in Aquifers of Texas book.
Aquifers of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology The Bureau of Economic Geology, established inis a research entity of The University of Texas at Austin that also functi ons as the State Geological Survey.
The Bureau conducts basic and applied research projects. Aquifer, in West Texas in the southern half of the Ogallala Aquifer, and in parts of Far West Texas in the Hueco-Mesilla Bolsons and West Texas Bolsons aquifers (Figure These aquifers are a critical source of water for Texas, supplying 62 percent of the million acre-feet of water used in the state in About 76 percent of this water is used for irrigation, with irrigators withdrawing most of this water from the Ogallala Aquifer alone (72 percent of all groundwater used for irrigation, or million acre-feet per year).
Pecos Valley Seymour Gulf Coast Carrizo– Wilcox (outcrop) Hueco– Mesilla Bolson Ogallala Carrizo– Wilcox (subcrop) Trinity (subcrop) Trinity (outcrop) Edwards–Trinity Plateau (subcrop).
Aquifers of Texas November INTRODUCTION Water is one of the state’s most precious natural resources and basic economic commodities. It interrelates with and affects almost every aspect of human and natural existence. The purpose of this report is to provide a general overview of this resource in Texas and the aquifers in which it resides.
The Edwards Aquifer is a unique groundwater system and one of the most prolific artesian aquifers in the world. It is one of the greatest natural resources on Earth, serving the diverse agricultural, industrial, recreational, and domestic needs of almost two million users in south central Texas.
May 01, · Ogallala Blue: Water and Life on the Great Plains [William Ashworth] on astonmartingo.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A story of a crucial, dwindling natural resource: an invisible ocean of fresh water under the High Plains. The Ogallala Aquifer that lies deep beneath the Great Plains from Texas to Colorado contains enough water to fill Lake Erie nine times!/5(17).
Jan 12, · Map of the major aquifers of Texas. The 10 Happiest Countries To Live In The World - Seen as the World’s Safest Countries - Duration: Around The World Recommended for you.
Aquifers are geological formations that can store, transmit and yield water to a well or spring. Texas aquifers are remarkably diverse in geologic structure, the amount of water they store, the amount of the water taken from them that can be replenished and the rate at which water moves through the aquifer.
OCLC Number: Notes: "February " "This report, the third in a series of reports that will summarize the groundwater resources of Texas, represents the proceedings of a conference held on February 16,at the Texas A & M University--Corpus Christi campus"--Page v.
Jun 18, · Summaries describe the geology, hydrology, and water use of the aquifers, while the report discusses water issues and reviews groundwater basics and management. Although this report is technical in nature, it serves as a layperson’s guide to Texas groundwater resources.
The Carrizo-Wilcox aquifer is a major Texas aquifer that is utilized widely by domestic and industrial users in 60 Texas counties between the Rio Grande and the Sabine River. The entire aquifer occurs along a to mi-wide band, Price: $ Aquifers give rise to Texas streams and rivers where springs form headwaters.
People also drill wells into the aquifer to pump groundwater to the surface to use for drinking or irrigation. Aquifers. Most of Texas’ land surface lies above aquifers, some large and some small. Aquifers of Texas Information Sheet. Aquifers are a critical part of the water cycle.
Rainwater that falls on land can (1) evaporate, (2) be taken up by plants, (3) run off into streams, or (4) seep underground through soil, sediment, and rocks.This report reviews what is known about the aquifers of West Texas and identifies what needs to be done to better understand the aquifers; each chapter was prepared by speakers from the Aquifers of West Texas Conference and put together in this book by editors.About This Publication This x inch map depicts the major and minor aquifers in Texas and describes their importance as part of the water cycle in supplying ground water for astonmartingo.com: $