Potentiometric surface of the Minnelusa Aquifer in the Black Hills area, South Dakota (Hydrologic investigations atlas)

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  Strobel ML, Galloway JM, Hamade GR, Jarrell GJ () Potentiometric surface of the Inyan Kara aquifer in the Black Hills area, South Dakota. U.S. Geological Survey Hydrol Inv Atlas HAA, 2 pl Google Scholar. Cedar Hills Landfill Project No. – Task L Groundwater Elevation Data KCSWD attempted groundwater level measurements at 44 monitoring wells during the third quarter of These wells were completed in the regional aquifer as referred to in Potentiometric Groundwater Surface Mapping and Groundwater Velocity Calculation. The Black Hills Uplift is the principal recharge 'area for the regional bedrock aquifer systems in southwestern South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming. The stratigraphy of the Black Hills area is summarized on Figure Figure provides an overview of the hydrologic setting and. South Dakota (Figure 1). The Dewey test is one of a series of tests TVA has conducted in aquifer units of the Lnyan Kara Group in the southwestern Black Hills area. The purpose of these tests is to obtain sufficient quantita­ tive information about local hydrogeologic conditions to enable prediction of.

Potentiometric surfaces, altitudes of the tops, and hydrogeology of the Minnelusa and Madison aquifers, Black Hills area, Wyoming. The topographically defined Black Hills and adjacent areas (Black Hills area) of Wyoming (fig. 1) are underlain by two regionally important aquifers-the Minnelusa . Potentiometric surfaces, altitudes of the tops, and hydrogeology of the Minnelusa and Madison Aquifers, Black Hills area, Wyoming Geological Survey (U.S.) I HA the Black Hills area, also is shown in figure 1. The purpose of the Black Hills Hydrology Study was to assess the quan-tity, quality, and distribution of surface water and ground water in the Black Hills area of South Dakota. The study was designed as a regional assessment of the water resources and was not designed to address site-specific issues. Cave in the southern Black Hills. The Artesian 1 and Artesian 2 domains represent primarily artesian springs and surrounding groundwater, the East and West domains represent areas where Madison and Minnelusa aquifer rocks are at or near the land surface, and the Precambrian domain represents the Precambrian aquifer.

Generalized potentiometric-surface map and groundwater flow directions in the Madison aquifer near Jewel Cave National Monument, South Dakota. A generalized potentiometric-surface map of the Madison aquifer near Jewel Cave National Monument was constructed using water levels measured from calendar years to in 24 groundwater wells and.   Potentiometric surface of the Minnelusa Aquifer in the Black Hills area, South Dakota / U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey by Michael L. Strobel [et al.] prepared in cooperation with the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources and the West Dakota Water Development District. Reston, Va. County, South Dakota. Geological Society of America, Map and Chart Series, MCH, 16 p. Rahn, P.H. Permeability of the Madison aquifer in the Black Hills area. Final Report to the Groundwater Research and Public Education Program, South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Vermil-lion, South Dakota, p. Rahn, P.H.

Potentiometric surface of the Minnelusa Aquifer in the Black Hills area, South Dakota (Hydrologic investigations atlas) by United States Geological Survey Download PDF EPUB FB2

This map is a product of the Black Hills Hydrology Study, which was initiated in to assess the quantity, quality, and distribution of surface water and ground water in the Black Hills area of South Dakota (Driscoll, ).

This long-term study is a cooperative effort between the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources, and the West. Potentiometric Surface of the Minnelusa Aquifer in the Black Hills Area, South Dakota By Michael L.

Strobel and Joel M. Galloway, U.S. Geological Survey; and Ghaith R. Hamade and Gregory J. Jarrell, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.

Potentiometric surface of the Minnelusa Aquifer in the Black Hills area, South Dakota / U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; by Michael L.

Strobel [et al.] ; prepared in cooperation with the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources Potentiometric surface of the Minnelusa Aquifer in the Black Hills area the West Dakota Water Development District. Format Map.

Potentiometric surface contours for the Minnelusa aquifer, Black Hills area, South Dakota Metadata Updated: March 7, This data set represents potentiometric surface contours for the Minnelusa aquifer, Black Hills, South Dakota.

Access & Use Information. License: No Publish Year: Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HAC Rapid City, SD U.S. Geological Survey This data set represents potentiometric surface contours for the Minnelusa aquifer, Black Hills, South Dakota. This data set was created as part of the Black Hills Hydrology Study (BHHS).

The BHHS is a long-term investigation that was initiated in as a cooperative effort between the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS. Jul S. Hetrick Potentiometric Surface of the Minnelusa Aquifer Legend Project Boundary 0 10, 20, Feet 0 2, 5, 7, Meters Source: Strobel et al.

(c) July D-3 Appendix D. Geochemistry of the Madison and Minnelusa Aquifers in the Black Hills Area, South Dakota By Cheryl A. Naus, Daniel G.

Driscoll, and Janet M. Carter ABSTRACT The Madison and Minnelusa aquifers are two of the most important aquifers in the Black Hills area because of utilization for water supplies and important influences on surface-water.

Potentiometric Surface of the Minnelusa Aquifer in the Black Hills Area, South Dakota Northern part of area By Michael L. Strobel, Joel M. Galloway, Ghaith R. Hamade, and Gregory J. Jarrell INTRODUCTION AQUIFER DESCRIPTION This map is a product of the Black Hills Hydrology Study, which was initiated in to assess the quantity.

Ground water originating in the Black Hills area is used for municipal, industrial, agricultural, and recreational purposes throughout much of western South Dakota.

The Black Hills area is an important recharge area for aquifers in th e northern Great Plains. About 45 percent of the recent population growth in the Black Hill s area has occurred in.

Get this from a library. Potentiometric surface of the Minnelusa Aquifer in the Black Hills area, South Dakota. [Michael L Strobel; Geological Survey (U.S.); South Dakota. Department of Environment and Natural Resources.; West Dakota Water Development District (S.D.)].

The potentiometric surfaces and altitudes of the tops of the Minnelusa and Madison aquifers were contoured at the same scale (,) as studies of the aquifers recently conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in the Black Hills area within South Dakota (Carter and Redden, a, b; Strobel and others, a, b).

Potentiometric surface of the Inyan Kara Aquifer in the Black Hills area, South Dakota. This map is a product of the Black Hills Hydrology Study, which was initiated in to assess the quantity, quality, and distribution of surface water and ground water in the Black Hills area of South Dakota.

The Madison and Minnelusa aquifers are two of the most important aquifers in the Black Hills area because of utilization for water supplies and important influences on surface-water resources resulting from large springs and streamflow- loss zones. Examination of geochemical information provides a better understanding of the complex flow systems within these aquifers and interactions between.

Open-File Report Rapid City, SD U.S. Geological Survey This dataset describes wells completed in the Minnelusa Formation that were used to create a potentiometric surface for the Minnellusa aquifer.

This data set was created as part of the Black Hills Hydrology Study (BHHS). The BHHS is a long-term investigation that was initiated in as a cooperative effort between the U.S.

Aquifer interactions can occur at artesian springs, which discharge about one-half of average recharge to the Madison and Minnelusa aquifers in the Black Hills area. Various investigators have hypothesized that the Madison aquifer is the primary source for many artesian springs, based on.

The study area consists of the topographically defined Black Hills and adjacent areas located in western South Dakota. The Black Hills area is an elongated, dome-shaped feature, about miles. Open-File Report Rapid City, SD U.S.

Geological Survey This dataset describes wells completed in the Minnekahta Limestone that were used to create a potentiometric surface for the Minnekahta aquifer. This data set was created as part of the Black Hills Hydrology Study (BHHS).

The BHHS is a long-term investigation that was initiated in as a cooperative effort between the U.S. Potentiometric surface of the Minnelusa Aquifer in the Black Hills area, South Dakota (Hydrologic investigations atlas) [Geological Survey (U.S.)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Black Hills area is an important resource center that provides an economic base for western South Dakota through tourism, agriculture, the timber industry, and mineral resources. Potentiometric surface of the Minnelusa Aquifer in the Black Hills area, South Dakota U.S.

Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; by Michael L. Strobel [et al.] ; prepared in cooperation with the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources and the West Dakota Water Development District.

Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HAB Rapid City, SD U.S. Geological Survey This data set represents potentiometric surface contours for the Minnekahta aquifer, Black Hills, South Dakota. This data set was created as part of the Black Hills Hydrology Study (BHHS). The BHHS is a long-term investigation that was initiated in as a cooperative effort between the U.S.

Geological Survey. Potentiometric Surface of the Deadwood Aquifer in the Black Hills Area, South Dakota For sale by the U.S. Geological Survey Branch of Information Services BoxDenver, Colorado This map is a product of the Black Hills Hydrology Study, which was.

Potentiometric surface of the Minnelusa Aquifer in the Black Hills area, South Dakota [map] / U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; by Michael L. Strobel [and others] ; prepared in cooperation with the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources and the West Dakota Water Development District.

in the study area, and potentiometric maps for these five major aquifers (the Inyan Kara, Minnekahta, Minnelusa, Madison, and Deadwood aquifers). The study area consists of the topographically defined Black Hills and adjacent areas located in western South Dakota.

The Black Hills area is. Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HAE Rapid City, SD U.S. Geological Survey This data set represents potentiometric surface contours for the Deadwood aquifer, Black Hills, South Dakota. This data set was created as part of the Black Hills Hydrology Study (BHHS). The BHHS is a long-term investigation that was initiated in as a cooperative effort between the U.S.

Geological Survey (USGS. Potentiometric Surface of the Inyan Kara Aquifer in the Black Hills Area, South Dakota For sale by the U.S. Geological Survey Branch of Information Services BoxDenver, Colorado Fault—Dashed where approximated, dotted where concealed. Bar and ball on downthrown side Anticline—Showing trace of axial plane and direction of.

Potentiometric surface of the Madison Aquifer in the Black Hills area, South Dakota / U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; by Michael L. Strobel [et al.] ; prepared in cooperation with the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources and the West Dakota Water Development District.

Format Map. The saturated thickness of the aquifer in the zone was determined by subtracting the elevation of the top of the Madison Limestone from the potentiometric surface elevation of the Minnelusa aquifer.

The potentiometric surface and the tops of the formation were determined from water levels and geologic logs from selected wells drilled as of The study area consists of the topographically defined Black Hills and adjacent areas located in western South Dakota.

The Black Hills area is an elongated, dome-shaped feature, about miles long and 60 miles wide, which was uplifted during the Laramide orogeny (Feldman and Heimlich, ). Minnelusa formation of the Black Hills area, SD, Williston basin, is thought to be equivalent of the Amsden formation, a newly named unit of the Bighorn Mountains, WY, Powder River basin, and of the Hartville formation of the Hartville uplift, WY, Denver basin.

at its type locality on the east side of the Black Hills of South Dakota, is. Buy Potentiometric surface of the Minnelusa Aquifer in the Black Hills area, South Dakota (Hydrologic investigations atlas) by Geological Survey (U.S.) (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Geological Survey (U.S.).paper map USGS Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HAE Rapid City, South Dakota U.S. Geological Survey Multiple visual checks were done to verify that the attribute data was coincident with the original source map.

Polygon and chain-node topology present. This data set consists of polygons with codes indicating ranges of saturated thickness of the Madison aquifer in the vicinity of the Black.South Dakota areas and a numerical groundwater model for the Rapid City, South Dakota area, and Long and others (; ), conceptual models using environmental tracers and mixing to describe hydrogeologic processes in the eastern and southern Black Hills.

Regional data beyond the Black Hills are also available from Konikow (), a regional.