3 edition of Geohydrology of the Great Bend Prairie, southcentral Kansas found in the catalog.
Geohydrology of the Great Bend Prairie, southcentral Kansas
Stuart Wesley Fader
Bibliography: p. 18.
|Statement||by Stuart W. Fader and Lloyd E. Stullken ; prepared by the Kansas Geological Survey and the U.S. Geological Survey.|
|Series||Irrigation series ;, 4|
|Contributions||Stullken, Lloyd E., joint author., Kansas Geological Survey., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||GB1025.K2 F3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. :|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||78624087|
In this report I briefly outline the importance of and difficulties involved in estimating aquifer recharge and compare reported recharge estimates for the Great Bend Prairie aquifer of central Kansas and associated alluvial-valley aquifers of the Pawnee River and Walnut Creek. Results from 20 studies are reported, including ongoing recharge-related projects. Adams, G.I. Physiographic divisions of Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science Arbogast, A.F. Late Quaternary paleoenvironments and landscape evolution on the Great Bend Sand Prairie. Kansas Geological Survey Bulletin Balleau Groundwater, Inc. Hydrologic model of Big.
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Geohydrology of the Great Bend Prairie, South-Central Kansas by Stuart W. Fader and Lloyd E. Stullken Prepared by the U.S. Geological Survey and the Kansas Geological Survey. Originally published in as Kansas Geological Survey Irrigation Series Geohydrology of the Great Bend Prairie.
This publication is also available as an Acrobat PDF file ( MB). The plates are available separately. Get this from a library. Geohydrology of the Great Bend Prairie, southcentral Kansas. [Stuart W Fader; Lloyd E Stullken; Kansas Geological Survey.; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- The purpose of the study was to combine data from previous studies and other records with current information obtained in the area, to evaluate the ground-water resources of the area with respect to.
Geohydrology of the Great Bend Prairie, South-Central Kansas, by Stuart W. Fader and Lloyd E. Stullken. Published in Irrigation Series 3 Water-Resources Reconnaissance of Ness County, West-Central Kansas, by Edward D. Jenkins and Marilyn E. Pabst. Published in Irrigation Series 2.
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Kansas Geological Survey Irrigation Series 4, Lawrence: Kansas Geological Survey. Gillespie, J.B. & Hagadine, G.D. Geohydrology and saline ground-water discharges to the South Fork Ninnescah River in Pratt and Kingman Counties, south-central Kansas.
Fader SW, Stullken LE () Geohydrology of the Great Bend Prairie south-central Kansas. Irrigation Series 4, Kansas Geological Survey, Lawrence, Kansas Google Scholar Fedra K, Jamieson DG () An object-oriented approach to model integration a river basin information system : R. Buddemeier, H. Rubin, D.
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and Fader, Stuart W. The writers analyze the hydrologic budget and quantify the ground-water recharge impact of the Great Flood of on the Great Bend Prairie aquifer of south-central Kansas.
During the summer ofrainfall totals exceeded normal levels by % in the northern portion of the study area, while air temperature and evapotranspiration were below. The thesis topic was natural salt‐water intrusion in the Great Bend Prairie in south‐central Kansas.
Since he has been employed by the Kansas Geological Survey in the Geohydrology Section. The hydrology of the Great Bend Prairie and applied numerical modeling are continuing topics of interest.
Search for more papers by this authorCited by: Chemical Quality Chemical Quality of Irrigation Waters in Ford County and the Great Bend Prairie of Kansas by L. Hathaway, O. Galle, T. Waugh, H. Dickey 41 p.,$ Full Version available online Chemical Quality Chemical Quality of Irrigation Waters in Northwestern Kansas.
OCLC Number: Notes: Tables. Description: 50 pages: map (folded in pocket) ; 28 cm. Series Title: Basic data series., Ground-water release ;, 5. Responsibility: by Lloyd E. Stullken and Stuart W. Fader ; prepared by the Kansas Geological Survey and the U.S.
Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Kansas State Board of Agriculture and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment. Irrigation Geohydrology of the Great Bend Prairie, South-central Kansas by S. Fader, L. Stullken 19 p.,$, Contains 5 plates. Full Version available online Mineral Resources Uranium in Unconsolidated Aquifers of Western Kansas by P.
Berendsen, L. Hathaway 43 p.,$, Contains 3 plates. Irrigation Geohydrology of the Great Bend Prairie, South-central Kansas by S. Fader, L.
Stullken 19 p.,$, Contains 5 plates. Full Version available online Oil and Gas Investigations Cross Section. Subsurface Geologic Cross Section from Barber County to Saline County, Kansas.
Changes in groundwater chemistry in the Great Bend Prairie aquifer, a portion of the High Plains aquifer in south-central Kansas (USA), were studied in order to better understand factors influencing groundwater quality and aquifer sustainability.
To assess changes, groundwater samples from 22 monitoring wells were analyzed during Results were then compared to data obtained Author: Alexandria D. Lane, Matthew F. Kirk, Donald O. Whittemore, Randy Stotler, John Hildebrand, Orrin Fer.
Fader, L. Stullken 19 p.,$, Contains 5 plates. Full Version available online Irrigation Geohydrology and Geology of Sandstone Aquifers in Southwest Kansas by J. Kume, J. Spinazola 49 p.,$ Full Version available online.
The Detection of Natural Brines by Vertical Electrical Soundings in the Great Bend Prairie, South-central Kansas by P. Allen Macfarlane and John Ackerman. KGS Open File Report The report is also available as an Adobe Acrobat PDF file.
Read the PDF version (3 MB) Introduction. The Kansas Geological Survey is pursuing an effort to automate some of the more common methods of aquifer pumping‐test analysis. This paper discusses the results of work done on the leaky artesian aq Cited by:.
Disposal may also have altered the hydraulic heads, and hence the discharge distribution, of the Cedar Hills formation relative to the Great Bend Prairie aquifer. Introduction. The Great Bend Prairie aquifer is the primary source of fresh water in the Big Bend Groundwater Management District (GMD5).South-central Kansas, the focus of this publication, contains unconsolidated (uncemented) sand and gravel aquifers of the Great Bend Prairie, the Equus Beds, and the Arkansas River valley.
Many of the same explanations and methods apply in other parts of Kansas where natural salt contamination is a .Geography. Great Bend is located at (, ) at an elevation of 1, feet ( Located in central Kansas at the intersection of U.S.
Route and U.S. Ro Great Bend is 95 miles ( km) northwest of Wichita, miles ( km) west-southwest of Kansas City, and miles ( km) east-southeast of Denver.
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