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Simulation of ground-water flow in the coastal plain aquifer system of North Carolina

G. L. Giese

Simulation of ground-water flow in the coastal plain aquifer system of North Carolina

by G. L. Giese

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- North Carolina.,
  • Groundwater flow -- Computer simulation.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby G.L. Giese, J.L. Eimers, and R.W. Coble.
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 1404-M
    ContributionsEimers, Jo Leslie., Coble, Ronald W., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13621859M

    System in the Coastal Plain of Virginia and Adjacent Parts of Maryland and North Carolina. Regional Aquifer-System Analysis – Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper F, Heywood, C.E., and Pope, J.P., Simulation of Groundwater Flow in the Coastal Plain Aquifer System of Virginia, U.S. Geological. Effects of Sea-Level Rise on Ground Water Flow in a Coastal Aquifer System Article in Ground Water 45(2) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

    @article{osti_, title = {Hydrogeology of the southeastern coastal plain aquifer system in parts of eastern Mississippi and western Alabama. Regional aquifer-system analysis. Southeastern coastal plain. Professional paper}, author = {Mallory, M.J.}, abstractNote = {The report presents an analysis of the hydrogeology of the clastic Cretaceous Coastal Plain . the Floridan aquifer system in southeast Georgia and adjacent parts of Florida and South Carolina: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper D, 65 p. McDonald. M.G., and Harbaugh, A.W., , A modular three-dimensional finite-difference ground-water flow model: U.S. Geological Survey Tech-niques of Water-Resources Investigations, Book 6.

    the Floridan aquifer system in the coastal area of Georgia-a digital model approach (Randolph, R.B., Pernik, Maribeth, and Garza, Reggina, Georgia Geologic Survey Bulletin , , 30 pp). The associated file "ggsbulltarfiles" is the file list. Smith Model The file "" is the model described in Ground-Water Flow and Saltwater. Simulation of groundwater flow in the Coastal Plain aquifer system of Virginia by: Heywood, Charles E. Published: () Private domestic-well characteristics and the distribution of domestic withdrawals among aquifers in the Virginia Coastal Plain by: Pope, Jason P. Published: ().


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Simulation of ground-water flow in the coastal plain aquifer system of North Carolina by G. L. Giese Download PDF EPUB FB2

A three-dimensional finite-difference digital model was used to simulate ground-water flow in square-mile aquifer system of the North Carolina Coastal Plain. The model was developed from a hydrogeologic framework that is based on an alternating sequence of 10 aquifers and 9 confining units, which make up a seaward-thickening wedge of sediments that form the.

A 3-D finite difference digital model was used to simulate groundwater flow in sq mi aquifer system of the North Carolina Coastal Plain. The model was developed from a geohydrologic framework that is based on an alternating sequence of 10 aquifers and 9 confining units, which comprise a seaward-thickening wedge of sediments that form.

Simulation of ground-water flow in the Coastal Plain aquifer system of North Carolina, in Regional Aquifer-System Analysis-Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain Professional Paper M By G.L.

Giese, J.L. Eimers, and R.W. Coble. Full Report (PDF, pages, Mb). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Giese, G. Simulation of ground-water flow in the coastal plain aquifer system of North Carolina (OCoLC) Simulation of Ground-Water Flow in the Coastal Plain Aquifer System of North Carolina (Regional Aquifer-System Analysis-Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain) [G.

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Be the first. Simulation of Ground-Water Flow of the Coastal Plain Aquifers in Parts of Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia By WILLIAM B. FLECK and DON A. VROBLESKY REGIONAL AQUIFER-SYSTEM ANALYSIS- NORTHERN ATLANTIC COASTAL PLAIN U.S.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER J UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING Cited by: 1. The Southeastern Coastal Plain aquifer system underlies an area of more thansquare miles in Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida and South Carolina.

The aquifer system ranks 15th in the nation as a source of groundwater for public supply, with about million gallons per day pumped for this and other uses in This report presents the results of a study of the ground-water flow system in the Coastal Plain of Virginia and adjacent parts of Maryland and North Carolina.

The ground-water flow system consists of water-table aquifer and an underlying sequence of confined aquifers and intervening confining units composed of unconsolidated sand and clay. Campbell, B.G., and van Heeswijk, M.,Ground-water hydrology, historical water use, and simulated ground-water flow in Cretaceous-age Coastal Plain aquifers near Charleston and Florence, South Carolina: U.S.

Geological Survey Water. Objective and Scope: The objective of the proposed investigation is to use an existing, updated groundwater-flow model of the South Carolina Coastal Plain aquifers and confining units in the Mount Pleasant area created by Petkewich and Campbell () to simulate current groundwater conditions and to include current planning goals developed by MPW (C.

Duffie, MPW. The Southeastern Coastal Plain aquifer system is a coastward-sloping, wedge-shaped sand and gravel reservoir exposed in outcrop to a humid climate and drained by an extensive surface-water network.

Ground-water pumpage has increased to about cubic feet per second sincecausing water-level declines of more than feet in places, while base flow to major streams.

Several studies have analyzed ground-water flow in the Virginia Coastal Plain. During the early 's, a digital numerical model was constructed as part of the RASA program, to analyze the entire ground-water-flow system in the Virginia Coastal Plain (Harsh and Laczniak, ).

During the late 's, the USGS conducted more detailed studies. Groundwater Availability -- Carolina Coastal Plain Campbell, B.G., and Coes, A.L., eds.,Groundwater availability in the Atlantic Coastal Plain of North and South Carolina U.S.

Geological Survey Professional Paperp., 7 pls. Groundwater Availability -. Numerical Simulation of Ground-Water Flow within the Coastal efforts of the Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system. Carolina Capacity Use Areas. 0 20 40 60 80 9 2 5 8 1 4 7 DATE T BRK CHN Total decline approaching feet Charleston, SC Area Water Levels.

Hydrogeologic Framework. Discharge is primarily as base flow to upper Coastal Plain rivers, to overlying aquifers by leakage through confining units, and to wells. Total simulated flow in the deep ground-water system was cubic feet per second at the end of the transient simulation ().

This data set represents the extent of the Southeastern Coastal Plain aquifer system in Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina. Purpose: These data delineate the areal extent of the Southeastern Coastal Plain aquifer system as defined in the 'Ground Water Atlas of the United States' (U.S.

Geological Survey HA ). Simulation of ground-water flow in the Coastal Plain aquifer system of North Carolina: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper M.

Google Scholar Glover, R.E. The pattern of fresh-water flow in a coastal by: Approximate model boundary of the North and South Carolina Coastal Plain Click on image for larger map In Januarythe U.S.

Geological Survey began a 3-year study to combine and update the Regional Aquifer System Analysis (RASA) models of North and South Carolina in order to improve the understanding of ground-water availability in the. Simulation of groundwater flow and stream-aquifer relations in the vicinity of the Savannah River Site, Georgia and South Carolina, predevelopment through USGS Water-Resources Investigations Report Groundwater levels, predevelopment groundwater flow, and stream-aquifer relations in the vicinity of the Savannah River Site, GA and SC.

The USGS annually monitors groundwater levels in thousands of wells in the United States. Groundwater level data are collected and stored as either discrete field-water-level measurements or as continuous time-series data from automated recorders.

Data from some of the continuous record stations are relayed to USGS offices nationwide through telephone lines or by satellite .FIGURE Idealized hydrogeologic cross section showing features of the ground water flow system. Source: Modified from Giese, G.

L., J. L. Eimers, and R. W. Coble Simulation of ground-water flow in the coastal plain aquifer system of North Carolina: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File ReportFigure 4, p.

South Carolina Coastal Plain Groundwater Availability Model – An Update “A comprehensive ground-water flow model of the Coastal Plain should be developed and used to predict the effect of future pumping Support System(s).

• SCDNR will help conceptualize scenarios.