5 edition of Groundwater resources of Pike County, Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
Groundwater resources of Pike County, Pennsylvania
Drew K. Davis
|Statement||by Drew K. Davis.|
|Series||Water resource report ;, 65|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division., Pennsylvania Geological Survey.|
|LC Classifications||GB1025.P4 D39 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||91622524|
In , the U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Pike County Conservation District, began a study to provide current information on groundwater quality throughout the county that will be helpful for water-resource planning. Pike County, a square-mile area in northeastern Pennsylvania, has experienced the largest relative population growth of any county in the state from to and its population is projected to grow substantially through This growing population may result in added dependence and stresses on water resources, including the potential to reduce the quantity and degrade the quality of.
Network wells depicted on the Pike County, PA location map Note: Color shading in the table below indicates multiple wells that plot as a single point on the state location map above. Note: BLS = Water Level in Feet Below Land Surface, RVD = Water Level referenced to a vertical datum. Similar Items. The lake: a compilation of memorabilia produced on the occasion of the th anniversary of the Edgemere Club, Silver Lake, Dingman's Ferry, Pike County, Pa.
Welcome to Pike County Water Authority. Pike County Water Authority has provided quality drinking water to the citizens of Pike County since We have over miles of pipe and currently serve about active customers. The Authority has seven water storage towers and seven groundwater . This report on the groundwater resources of Pike County was prepared for the Water Resource Development Commission by the Kentucky Geological Survey. Reports were prepared for each of Kentucky's counties. These reports complement other county planning reports of the commission, including strategic water development plans and strategic.
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The Geology of Pennsylvania’s Groundwater (PDF) Groundwater Data and Reports. The Pennsylvania Geological Survey has been characterizing the state’s groundwater resources since the s. The survey’s water resource reports contain technical information and maps about the groundwater resources of a specific area, usually a county.
Pennsylvania Groundwater Information System Pennsylvania has more than a million domestic water wells, plus an unknown number of other types of water wells, boreholes, and springs. Water well and spring data are available through the Pennsylvania Groundwater Information System (PaGWIS), which is maintained by the DCNR Bureau of Geological Survey.
Groundwater resources of Pike County, Pennsylvania  Davis, Drew K. Harrisburg, Pa.: Pennsylvania Geological Survey: May be purchased from State Book Store, According to the Groundwater Branch of the Kentucky Division of Water, Pike County has areas of moderate and high sensitivity to groundwater pollution (see "Groundwater Sensitivity Regions of Kentucky").
The hydrogeologic sensitivity of an area is defined as the ease and speed with which a contaminant can move into and within a groundwater system. Learn more from the Pike County Economic Development Authority at Participating in the US Census is required by law.
It only takes a few minutes and can be completed by clicking above or calling Pike County Groundwater Resources. Final Report – Ground Water Level Network – Pike County, Pennsylvania Pike County Conservation District completed monitoring of 20 local groundwater well sites in October Data sheets were provided to the US Geological Survey for continued entry into the USGS’s Pike County Well Network.
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S Not in Library. Summary groundwater resources of Adams County, Pennsylvania Larry E. Taylor Not in Library. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) in cooperation with the Pike County Conservation District recently completed a study of residential groundwater wells in Pike County, Pennsylvania.
The results of the study were published in July in USGS Scientific Investigations Report which can be viewed on the USGS website. Groundwater-Quality Assessment, Pike County, Pennsylvania, By Lisa A.
Senior In cooperation with the Pike County Conservation District Scientific Investigations Report – Pike County: PI Pike County Observation Well: 08/05 EDT: PI Pike County Observation Well: 08/17 EDT: Potter County: PO 72 Potter County Observation Well: 08/17 EDT: Schuylkill County: SC Schuylkill County Observation.
Holdings details from Closed Stacks; Call Number: UPenn Pike Sg Copy 1 Available.Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Oil & Gas Developments in Pennsylvania in (Progress Report Pennsylvania. Not In Library. Groundwater resources of Pike County, Pennsylvania Drew K. Davis Not In Library. Oil & Gas Developments in Pennsylvania in (Progress.The Devonian-age Marcellus Shale and the Ordovician-age Utica Shale, which have the potential for natural gas development, underlie Pike County and neighboring counties in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Inthe U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Pike County Conservation District, conducted a study that expanded on a previous more limited study to assess baseline shallow.