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|Statement||by M.J.I. Dicker and A.D. Fenemor and M.R. Johnston.|
|Series||New Zealand Geological bulletin -- 106, New Zealand Geological Survey bulletin -- 106|
|Contributions||Fenemor, A. D., Johnston, M. R.|
|LC Classifications||QE348.2 .D53 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||59 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
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Get this from a library. Geology and groundwater resources of the Waimea Plains, Nelson. [Michael J I Dicker; A D Fenemor; M R Johnston; DSIR Geology and Geophysics (N.Z.)].
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Through much of its growth it must have resembled rather closely the presently active. Nitrate sources and residence times of groundwater in the Waimea Plains, Nelson Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Hydrology: New Zealand 50(2) January.
Platte County, Wyo., has an area of 2, square miles and, inhad a population of 7,; it lies within parts of two major physiographic provinces, the northern extension of the Southern Rocky Mountains and the northwestern part of the Great Plains.
The Laramie Range and related structures lie along the western margin of the county and constitute the eastern limit of the Rocky Mountain. NZGS Bulletin. The New Zealand Geology and groundwater resources of the Waimea Plains, Nelson.
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Quick view. Geology and hot springs of Orakeikorako. $ Add to Cart. The importance of determining the economic value of groundwater is demonstrated through an example from the Waimea Plains in Nelson.
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Abstract: Adjustment to the hydrogeological parameters used to model Waimea Plains groundwater is suggested by geological and water use data collected since the model was completed in The lateral boundaries of the two confined aquifers could be adjusted to better represent the presently-known aquifer extents by adding 75 ha and removing ha from the Upper Confined Aquifer, and by adding.
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Rocks exposed there range in age from Precambrian to by: 8. In an analysis of groundwater use in the neighbouring Waimea Plains, White () found that most irrigated land moved to higher value uses over a 5-year period from towith dairying Author: PA White. Dicker MJI, Fenemor AD, Johnston MR () Geology and groundwater resources of the Waimea Plains, Nelson.
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Water Supply Bulletin 10 Volume 2 () describes the geology and ground water supply for Thurston County, WA. The report includes geologic formation descriptions, geologic maps and cross-sections, regional ground-water level contours, and the identification.
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Water Supply Bulletin 11 () describes the geology and groundwater supply and quality for the Sequim-Dungeness area. Rosen, M.R.; White, P.A.; Reeves, R.R. Hydrogeology and water quality of the unconfined gravel aquifer beneath the Maraekakaho feedlot, Hawkes Bay.
Lower Hutt: Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences science report 95/01 66 p. Abstract: The geology, hydrogeology, and hydrochemistry of the Maraekakaho area, Hawkes Bay, have been integrated to.
Journal of Hydrology, New Zealand, 51(1): White, P.A. Economic drivers of land use and groundwater use by irrigators, Waimea Plains, Nelson, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 45(3): ; doi: / Hong, Y.S.; White, P.A.
Hydrological modeling using a dynamic neuro. Geology and ground-water resources of eastern Jefferson County, Washington. Water Supply Bulletin 54 () describes an investigation to determine the aerial extent, thickness, and water-yielding capabilities of the geologic units in Jefferson County, WA.
This bulletin includes geologic descriptions and well log reports for selected wells. Dicker, M.J.I., Fenemor, A.D., Johnston, M.R. Geology and Groundwater Resources of the Waimea Plains, Nelson. Geological BulletinDSIR Geology and Geophysics, With M R Johnston and MJI Dicker, 59 pp.
Radiocarbon, 18 O, and chemical concentrations have been used to identify groundwater recharged during the last ice age near Nelson, New Zealand. Moutere Gravel underlies most of the Moutere Depression, a km-wide system of valleys filled with Plio-Pleistocene by: Geology and Ground-Water Resources of Clay County, C.
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increased as a result of the Resource Management Act, demands for geological resources, a new educational curriculum, and greater awareness of natural hazards and their mitigation.
In the Murihiku area, changes in land use have expanded the demand for geological information, especially on groundwater. The increase in environment.
Copies of The Waimea Dam by Dr John Robinson or of Politics, Process and the Waimea Dam by Murray Dawson can be emailed to you upon request. please send email to [email protected] To contact WIN please email [email protected] or post a message on our Facebook page.
A recent radio interview on Fresh Fm - Elisabeth Siegmund's. Groundwater Hydrology by Charles Harvey File Type: PDF Number of Pages: 50 Description This note covers the following topics: course introduction water balance equation, aquifers porosity and darcys law, hydraulic head and fluid potential, continuity and flow nets, groundwater flow patterns, groundwatersurface water interactions, transient systems and groundwater storage, pump test.
Following the next big flood ofthe landowning families Hammond, Russ, Challies, O’Connor and Barnes hired the bulldozers belonging to Transport Nelson at their own cost and in erected a bank along the line of the present one on the eastern side of the Waimea River.
This was breached in groundwater is another issue to take into account. Generally speaking, the longer the residence time, the higher the concentration of dissolved ions ingroundwater.
Groundwater tends to evolve chemically toward the composition of sea water during the course of flow. It was observed by Chebotarev in the Great Artesian Basin of Size: 8MB.
Geology and ground-water resources of the Island of Niihau, Hawaii / (Honolulu, ), by Harold T. Stearns, Gordon A. Macdonald, and Geological Survey (U.S.) (page images at HathiTrust) Geología y protohistoria ibéricas ([Madrid, El Progreso Editorial, ]), by Juan Vilanova y Piera and Juan de Dios de la Rada y Delgado (page images at.
2 Geology and Ground-Water Resources of the Lawrenceville Area, Georgia INTRODUCTION Availability of water for public supply, industrial use, and landscape irrigation is a major factor in the economy and quality of life in large urban areas of the southeastern United States.
Water resources in fractured crystalline. Preliminary report on the geology and underground water of central Great Plains (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Nelson Horatio Darton; Geological Survey (U.S.).
16 The geology of the Aroha subdivision, Hauraki, Auckland 8 J. Henderson and J.A. Bartrum 17 The geology and mineral resources of the Buller-Mokihinui subdivision, Westport division 10 P.G.
Morgan and J.A. Bartrum 18 The geology and mineral resources of the Reefton subdivision, Westport and north Westland division. • an analogy for the model is corporate book-keeping. Corporates summarise their status and activity as two numbers: assets, e.g.
‘capital value’; - income; • the financial performance of the corporate is judged on these two numbers. • You need these two numbers to reduce the potential for corporates to fiddle the books.
The groundwater resources of the Plains of San Agustin basin are largely undeveloped, though recent interest in pumping and exporting some of these resources to the Albuquerque metropolitan area has caused uneasiness among some water-resources managers and the public.
A groundwater model to determine the area within the Upper Big Blue Natural Resources District where groundwater pumping has the potential to increase flow from the Platte River to the underlying aquifer by at least 10 percent of the volume pumped over a 50 year period, Upper Big Blue Natural Resources.
The first hydrogeological and geological maps of Jersey, Channel Islands: work by Walther Klfipfel in and Richard Nelson c. Proceedings of the Geologists' Association,Groundwater maps for Jersey were prepared by the military geologist Walther Klfipfel induring the Second World War German occupation of the.
descends south of Ruby Bay to the Waimea Fault on the east side of the Waimea Plains reaching m. Groundwater in Moutere Gravel south of the Ruby Bay high is largely unexplored. The floor of the Moutere Valley has a Quaternary infilling (uk) which derives from reworked Mou-tere.
WAIMEA WATER AUGMENTATION PROJECT OPTIONS ASSESSMENTS 27 July Version Richard Kirby. • Irrigators on Waimea Plains lack water security. Tasman already has water rationing in dry months Resource Consent Granted – Lee Valley. Amazon Geoscience & Engineering Books - We are an associate of Amazon where more books and publications are available, in addition to software, and other merchandise.
PaleoPublications-PaleoPublications specializes in rare and out-of-print books on Paleontology, Geology. Richard C. Allen and Micha Gisser, Competition Versus Optimal Control in Groundwater Pumping When Demand is Nonlinear, Water Resources Research, 20, 7, (), (). Wiley Online Library Donald A.
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Oxygen isotope variations in subsurface waters of the Waimea Plains, Nelson. New Zealand Journal of Scie DOWNLOAD PDF OF THIS PUBLICATION - Part 4 ( kb).
(Book, ) Cao WZ, Bowden WB, Davie T, Fenemor A Modelling Impacts of Land Cover Change on Critical Water Resources in the Motueka River Catchment, New Zealand. Water Resources Management 23(1): (Journal Article, ). Groundwater. Believe it or not, groundwater, or water below the surface, makes up most of Earth's liquid of the streams, lakes, rivers, and ponds (so all of the Great Lakes, the.
Laramie County, an area of 2, square miles, is in the southeast corner of Wyoming. Rocks exposed there range in age from Precambrian to Recent.
The most extensive aquifers in the county are the White River Formation of Oligocene age, which is as much as feet thick and consists predominantly of siltstone ; the Arikaree Formation of Miocene age, which consists of as much as feet of. #13 Le Breton E.
G. GROUNDWATER GEOLOGY AND HYDROLOGY OF EAST-CENTRAL ALBERTA wps, light+ wear, ex-lib, vg, 64 pp., 27 figs. Price: $ (stock#ABB13) #16 Jones J. F. GEOLOGY AND GROUNDWATER RESOURCES OF THE PEACE RIVER DISTRICT NORTHWESTERN ALBERTA text and map slip case, light wear, vg, pp., 27 figs, 2 maps.New exploration tools and techniques for a breakthrough paradigm of regional groundwater occurrence Fresh water is undoubtedly our most precious resource aside from the air we breathe, and the only commodity whose cost has steadily risen over time.
At the same time, our understanding of the origins, pathways, and recharge mechanisms of the earths most valuable economic mineral-groundwater.A general discussion of the ground water in Nelson County with mention of on e deep well near Aneta is contained in Simpson's paper on the ground-water re - sources of North Dakota 5,/.
Other works such as Upham's monograph 6/ and bulletins of the North Dakota Geological Survey are useful for their treatmen t of the general geology of the State.