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Hydrology and chloride contamination of the principal artesian aquifer in Glynn County, Georgia

Robert L. Wait

Hydrology and chloride contamination of the principal artesian aquifer in Glynn County, Georgia

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Published by State of Georgia, Dept. of Natural Resources, Earth and Water Division, Water Resources Survey of Georgia in Atlanta .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Georgia,
  • Glynn County.
    • Subjects:
    • Groundwater -- Georgia -- Glynn County.,
    • Saltwater encroachment -- Georgia -- Glynn County.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 79-81.

      Statementby Robert L. Wait and Dean O. Gregg ; prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey.
      SeriesHydrologic report ; 1, Hydrologic report (Atlanta) ;, 1.
      ContributionsGregg, Dean O., joint author., Georgia. Water Resources Survey.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD224.G4 W25
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 93 p. :
      Number of Pages93
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5171052M
      LC Control Number74622871

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Krause and Harlan B. Counts. The Upper Floridan aquifer is contaminated with saltwater in a 2-square-mile area of downtown Brunswick, Georgia. The presence of this saltwater has limited the. development of the groundwater supply in the Glynn County area.

Hydrologic, geologic, and water-quality data are needed to effectively manage water resources. Principal artesian aquifer ­ River-terrace deposits Source and quality of ground water in southwestern Georgia By Robert L. Wait INTRODUCTION A quality-of-water sampling program was begun in in Georgia by six formations in Georgia, some of which are aquifers.

The rocks and aquifersFile Size: 2MB. Groundwater Use by Aquifer Data from USGS SIR % % % % % % 0 n s e n s s Aquifer Withdrawal (mgd) 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% Percent of Withdrawal Withdrawal (mgd) % of Withdrawal • % of groundwater was withdrawn from Coastal Plain aquifers in southern Georgia (Floridan.

Effect of faults on fluid flow and chloride contamination in a carbonate aquifer system. Hydrol., A unified, multidiscipline hypothesis is proposed to explain the anomalous pattern by which chloride has been found in water of the Upper Floridan aquifer in Brunswick, Glynn County, by: Wait, R.

and Gregg, D. () Hydrology and chloride contamination of the principal artesian aquifer in Glynn County, Georgia. Georgia Department of. An existing regional steady-state model for coastal Georgia, and parts of South Carolina and Florida, was revised to evaluate the local effects of pumping on the migration of high chloride (saline) water in the Upper Floridan aquifer located in the Brunswick/Glynn County, Georgia (Ga.) area.

The Upper Floridan aquifer is contaminated with saltwater in a 2-square-mile area of downtown Brunswick, Georgia. This contamination has limited development of the groundwater supply in the Glynn County area. Hydrologic, geologic, and water-quality data are needed to effectively manage water resources.

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Summary of the Hydrology of the Floridan Aquifer System In Florida and In Parts of Georgia, South Carolina, and Alabama. GEORGIA Coastal Plain Brunswick Darien Jesup Test site INTRODUCTION The Upper Floridan aquifer is the principal source of water in the coastal area of Georgia.

Declining water levels and localized saltwater contamination have resulted in regula-tors restricting withdrawals from the aquifer in parts of the coastal area and have prompted interest. Welcome to the Glynn County Clean Water Website, your source for information on how you can be part of the "Solution to Storm Water Pollution." What is Storm Water Run-Off.

Storm water runoff occurs when precipitation from rain flows over the ground. Impervious surfaces like driveways, sidewalks, and streets prevent storm water from naturally. Georgia Department of Public Health Environmental Health Section, Chemical Hazards Program () For information about water testing and filtration: Agricultural and Environmental Services Laboratories.

University of Georgia, Cooperative Extension () Page last updated 07/13/ County and northwestern Glynn County; there the top of the limestone is at its greatest depth below sea level in the Coastal Plain of Georgia.

It is not known what effect the structural low has had on the hydrology of the area, but possibly it has retarded the flushing action of fresh water, particularly at great depth. The pressure can often push water to the surface in a well drilled into an artesian aquifer; usually wells need a pump to bring water to the surface from the aquifer they are drilled into.

We use aquifers as a source of drinking water and of water to irrigate crops or to use in industry, pumping water from the aquifer using a well. dan aquifer, generally by artesian flow, and from several shallow aquifers. Recharge of the artesian aquifer occurs over these counties and in Polk County.

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The Coastal Georgia Sound Science Initiative is a program of scientific and feasibility studies to support development of Georgia Environmental Protection Division's final strategy to protect the Upper Floridan aquifer from saltwater contamination.

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Williams, L.J. and Spechler, R.M.,Revised hydrogeologic framework of the Floridan aquifer system in the northern coastal area of Georgia and adjacent parts of South Carolina: Horizontal Bedding-Plane Conduit Systems in the Floridan Aquifer System and Their Relation to Saltwater Intrusion in Northeastern Florida and Southeastern Georgia U.

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