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Ground-water quality assessment of the Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain study unit

Marian P. Berndt

Ground-water quality assessment of the Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain study unit

analysis of available information on nutrients, 1972-92

by Marian P. Berndt

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Tallahassee, Fla, Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Georgia -- Quality,
  • Groundwater -- Florida -- Quality,
  • Nutrient pollution of water -- Georgia,
  • Nutrient pollution of water -- Florida

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGround water quality assessment of the Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain study unit, Analysis of available information on nutrients, 1972-1992
    Statementby Marian P. Berndt
    SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 95-4039
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 39 p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13618913M
    OCLC/WorldCa34585126

    delves into implications for Coastal Plain ground water of rising sea levels, also induced by climate change. These studies aim at the most important uncertainties in global climate change and their implications for our local and regional environmental issues. Allen M. Solomon, Ph.D. is the National Program Leader for Forest Service Global. Boca Ceiga Bay, Fla. Letter from the secretary of war, transmitting, with a letter from the chief of engineers, reports on examination and survey of Boca Ceiga Bay, Fla., with a view to securing a channel from the 8-foot contour near Point Pinelos and Maximo Point to the existing channel to Clearwater Harbor at a point near Gulfport for the purpose of shortening said channel to Clearwater Harbor.

    Reflecting input from the public and from a variety of organizations, 16 issues were characterized and included in the ranking of environ- mental problems: Quality of ground water Quality of surface waters used for drinking or for aquatic habitat Quality of outdoor air Quality of indoor air Stratospheric ozone loss Acid rain Global warming Food. This chapter is based on information from three separate sources: State-reported data from the Section (b) reports; ground-water use data from the U.S. Geological Survey; and an EPA study of State ground-water programs prepared jointly by the Office of Ground-Water Protection (OGWP) and the ten EPA regions in March This chapter.

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Ground-water quality assessment of the Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain study unit by Marian P. Berndt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Ground-water quality assessment of the Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain Study Unit: analysis of available information on nutrients, [Marian P Berndt; Geological Survey (U.S.); National Water-Quality Assessment Program (U.S.).

Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain Study Unit.]. The Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain study unit covers nea square miles along the southeastern United States coast in Georgia and Florida. Inthe estimated population of the study unit was million, and included all or part of the cities of Atlanta, Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa, and St.

Petersburg. Estimated freshwater withdrawn in the study unit in was nearly 5, National water quality assessment of the Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain study unit: water withdrawals and treated wastewater discharges, / by Richard L.

Marella and Julia L. Fanning. Format Book. Water Quality in the Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain, Georgia and Florida, By Marian P. Berndt, Hilda H. Hatzell, Christy A. Crandall, Michael Turtora, John R.

Pittman, and Edward T. Oaksford. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY CIRCULAR A contribution of the National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program. The Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain study unit is one of the twenty NAWQA study units located throughout the nation selected to begin assessment activities in Cited by: 7.

Berndt, M.P.,Ground-water quality assessment of the Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain study unit--Analysis of available information on nutrients, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report39 p. The Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain study unit covers an area of nea square miles in the southeastern United States, mostly in the Coastal Plain physiographic province.

Land resource provinces have been designated based on generalized soil classifications. Land resource provinces in the study area include: the Coastal Flatwoods, the Southern Coastal Plain, the Central Florida Ridge. Get this from a library. Shallow ground-water quality in selected agricultural areas of south-central Georgia, [Christy A Crandall; Geological Survey (U.S.).

Th e Georgia Florida Coas tal Plain ground-water stud y-unit, survey study area, and major cities and counties. 6 Water Quality of Surficial Aquifers in the Georgia-Flo rida Coastal Plain.

National water quality assessment of the Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain study unit: water withdrawals and treated wastewater discharges, / (Tallahassee, Fla. ( N. Bronough St., SuiteTallahassee ): U.S. Dept.

of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports. Water quality is generally good in the Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain but has been adversely affected by agricultural and urban land uses in some areas, according to the results of a five-year.

Wangsness, D.J.,The National Water-Quality Assessment Program--Example of study unit design for the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin in Georgia, Alabama, and Florida, U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report29 p. Sampling Design and Procedures for Fixed Surface-Water Sites in the Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain Study Unit, Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program has resulted in the development of.

Water quality management Filed under: Sewage disposal Managing Wastewater in Coastal Urban Areas, by National Research Council Water Science and Technology Board (page images at NAP). COASTAL PLAIN Atlanta GEORGIA FLORIDA SOUTH CAROLINA Image area Brunswick Savannah T u r t l e R i v e r O Andrews Island Island t r d r d e t 17 t t 17 t Data from Wait and Gregg, Data from Peck and others, 50 1, 1, 2, 2, 0 1 MILE 0 1 KILOMETER Chloride concentration in Upper Floridan aquifer, in mg/L 50 These publications summarize the findings of fifty-one Study Units sampled by the USGS National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program in Each publication in the series includes a summary of local water-quality issues and findings; several sections describing local findings in greater detail; and several sections putting local findings in a national context.

National water quality assessment of the Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain study unit: water withdrawals and treated wastewater discharges, Marella, Richard L. TDG4 M37 2 Method for Estimating Pesticide Use for County Areas of the Conterminous United States assessment of pesticide use.

NAWQA requires data on the full range of pesticide compounds used on major crops (such as corn, soybeans, wheat, and other grains) and specialty crops (such as vegetables, orchards, and vineyards) throughout all the states.

The National Water Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program was designed to assess the status of and trends in the quality of the nation’s groundwater and surface water resources and to link the status and trends with an understanding of the natural and human factors that.

This chapter contains an evaluation of the design of the NAWQA program components, including integration of the surface water and ground water study units, how study units were selected, the general exclusion of lakes and estuaries from the study plan, the sampling design program, data collection methods, the choice of chemical and biological.

Ham, L.K., and Hatzell, H.H.,Analysis of nutrients in the surface waters of the Georgia-Florida Coastal Plain study unit, U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report67 p.Huddlestun, P.

F.,Correlation chart of the Georgia Coastal Plain: Georgia Geological Survey Open File ReportThe stratigraphic subdivision of .Recharge in the current study was estimated using ground-water and sediment core data collected by the US Geological Survey’s (USGS’s) National Water Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program, in collaboration with the Ground Water Resources Program (GWRP).

Data interpretation was limited to the eastern half of the US because the methods applied are designed to estimate diffuse by: