2 edition of Hydrology and the effects of increased ground-water pumping in the Anchorage area, Alaska found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 35-36.
|Statement||by Roger M. Waller ; prepared in cooperation with the Alaska Department of Health and Welfare and the city of Anchorage.|
|Series||Contributions to the hydrology of the United States, Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 1779-D, U.S. Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 1779-D.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.), Alaska. Dept. of Health and Welfare.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
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HYDROLOGY AND Alaska book EFFECTS OF INCREASED GROUND- WATER PUMPING IN THE ANCHORAGE AREA, ALASKA By KOGER M. WALLER ABSTRACT The Anchorage area includes about square miles at the head of Cook Inlet in south-central Alaska. It is the principal populated area of Alaska and is undergoing rapid growth in the by: 1.
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Department of Health and Welfare.; United States. Department of the Interior.]. Get this from a library. Hydrology and the effects of increased ground-water pumping in the Anchorage area, Alaska.
[Roger M Waller; Geological Survey (U.S.),; Alaska. Department of Health and Welfare.]. The climate in this area ranges from the mild and wet maritime zone along the Gulf of Alaska and Bering Sea, to transitional in the Anchorage vicinity and Alaska Peninsula, and to the dry and cold continental zone in western Alaska and the south side of the Alaska range.
Rivers in the area include the Copper, Susitna, and Kuskokwim Rivers, and. Simulated effects of ground-water withdrawals on the Anchorage ground-water flow system.
Some of the potential effects of sustained pumping on the predevelopment ground-water system were simulated using a numerical ground-water flow model (MODFLOW) calibrated to pre conditions (Patrick and others, ).
Hydrology and the effects of increased ground-water pumping in the Anchorage area, Alaska - Data on wells in the Anchorage area, Alaska - Water quality and geohydrologic data at two sanitary landfill sites near Anchorage, Alaska - Ground-water quality beneath solid-waste disposal sites at Anchorage, Alaska - Alaska Groundwater.
EFFECTS OF THE MARCH ALASKA EARTHQUAKE ON THE HYDROLOGY OF THE ANCHORAGE AREA, ALASKA The Anchorage hydrologic system was greatly affected by the seismic shock.
Immediate but temporary ef- fects included increased stream dis- charge, seiche action on lakes, and fluctuations in ground-water Size: 1MB. THE ALASKA EARTHQUAKE, MA EFFECTS ON THE HYDROLOGIC REGIMEN Effects of the March Alaska Earthquake On the Hydrology Of South-Central Alaska By ROGER M.
WALLER Water-level fluctuations, long-term changes, and temporary effects caused by response of the ground water to seismic waves. The Anchorage area, at Hydrology and the effects of increased ground-water pumping in the Anchorage area head of Cook Inlet in south-central Alaska, occupies square miles of a glaciated lowland and lies between two estuaries and the Chugach Mountains.
Two military bases are in the area; Anchorage is the largest city in Alaska and the chief transportation center for this part of the State. The bedrock in the Anchorage area is chiefly Tertiary shale in the. The earthquake of Magreatly affected the hydrology of Alaska and many other parts of the world.
Its far-reaching effects were recorded as water-level fluctuations in gages operated on water wells and streams. The close-in effects were even more striking, however; sediment-laden ground water erupted at the surface, and even ice-covered lakes and streams. That is the conclusion of a University of Alaska Fairbanks-led study that traced the melt from one of those high-altitude glaciers to the groundwater that.
The Municipality of Anchorage then mandated standard testing for As in groundwater in both new and existing homes. In it was estimated that approximately 17% (. The Great Alaska Earthquake of Hydrology, Part A.
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In general, permafrost limits the subsurface exchange of water, solute, and nutrients between lakes and rivers. Groundwater in the US state of Alaska is critical to both humans and ecosystems.
Interactions among physiography, ecology, geology, and current and past climate have largely determined the location and properties of aquifers as well as the timing and magnitude of fluxes to, from, and within the groundwater system.
The climate ranges from maritime in the southern Cited by: historic information, 25 wells were visited to obtain water-level measurements and characterize ground-water quality.
Sheet 1 depicts the area included in the report (Anchorage [C-6] SW, Alaska USGS topographic quadrangle). The boundaries are approximately defined on the south by the Knik River, on the north by the southern three-quarters of sets.
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Ground-water conditions in the proposed waterfowl refuge area near Chapman, Nebraska; F. Hydrologic. Hydrology and the effects of industrial pumping in the Nikiski area, Alaska / (Anchorage, Alaska: U.S.
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The Sand Lake community has effectively spent most of the $50, appropriation from the Alaska Legislature to drill two monitoring wells that have disproved previous Municipality of Anchorage and Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation assertions that all wells and aquifers in the Sand Lake area are protected by thick confining.
The aquifers of Alaska have never been mapped in detail, except in the immediate vicinity of more-populated areas.2 Coarse-grained alluvial and glacial outwash deposits of Quaternary age are present in many of the lowlands and are considered the principal groundwater aquifer for populated areas such as Fairbanks and Anchorage.
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Tidally induced groundwater fluctuations in aquifers located near the Kenai River, Alaska S.A. Evans a aUniversity of Alaska, Anchorage, School of Engineering Defining the influence of ocean tides on coastal rivers and aquifers is useful for many engineering problems, including analysis of groundwater and surface water : S.A.
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Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Yukon in this area are the Teslin River (average annual ﬂow of m3/s, or % of the average total ﬂow of the Yukon River), Pelly River ( m3/s, 6% of total ﬂow), White River ( m3/s, % of total ﬂow) and Stewart River ( m3/s, 7% of total ﬂow; Fig.
3; Table 1).The White River (drainage a km2, % of the total area of the Yukon River Basin) is one of. Watershed features mapped by the Municipality of Anchorage include whole or parts of stream drainage basins and include watersheds, subwatersheds, remnant and composite watersheds, and drainages.
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Although the type. These trips would be destined principally to Anchorage, and would be for shopping or recreational purposes.
Any nonwork and recreational trips to the Anchorage area will have a tendency to go by air due to the greater convenience (one-hour journey time compared to a hour ferry/car trip, or a seven/eight-hour car trip via the Richardson Highway). If pumping were needed to fully drain the Chena Lake, there would be a chance that Elodea could be displaced by the pumping system and infest a surrounding area.
Drawdown or draining of the proposed areas would have many unwanted long-term side effects such as negative impacts to adjacent wetland habitat, fish and wildlife becomingFile Size: 17MB.
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