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Geologic and hydrologic data from a test-monitor well at Fernandina Beach, Florida
David P. Brown
|Statement||by David P. Brown ; prepared in cooperation with the Ocean, Highway, and Port Authority, Nassau County, Florida|
|Series||Open-file report -- 80-347, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 80-347|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.), Nassau County (Fla.). Ocean, Highway, and Port Authority|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
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A 2,foot observation well was drilled at Fernandina Beach, Florida, to obtain geologic and hydrologic data. Drill cuttings, water samples, and water-level measurements were collected.
Geologist's, driller's, and geophysical logs were completed. The well is constructed with inch diameter casing to a depth of feet and 6-inch diameter casing from to 2, feet.
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This report compiles the geologic (borehole lithology and geophysical logs) and hydrologic (water-quality and water-level) data collected from – for 11 multiple-well monitoring sites (48 individual wells) constructed by the USGS in the Bunker Hill (7 sites) and Yucaipa (4 sites) Groundwater : Gregory O.
Mendez, Robert Anders, Kelly R. McPherson, Wesley R. Danskin. Brown, D.P.,Geologic and hydrologic data from a test-monitor well at Fernandina Beach, Florida: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report36 p. Brown, D.P.,Effects of effluent spray irrigation on ground water at a test site near Tarpon Springs, Florida: U.S.
Geological Survey Open-File Report36 p. The High Plains aquifer system in south-central South Dakota comprises dune sands, the Ogallala Formation, the Arikaree Formation, and the White River Group.
As part of the High Plains Regional Aquifer-Systems Analysis, a total of 29 test holes were drilled from to to aid in defining the geometry of the aquifer system. The information obtained from these drilling progrms is Florida book.
Long Beach San Fernando Va ley San Monica Mountains S a nG br iel Mou t s Signal Hill F a u l t F o l d Palos Verdes San Pedro Bay PACIFIC OCEAN S ant Monica Bay Geologic, Hydrologic, and Water-Quality Data from Multiple-Well Monitoring Sites in the Central and West Coast Basins, Los Angeles County, California, – GEOLOGIC AND HYDROLOGIC DATA FROM A TEST-DRILLING PROGRAM IN THE HIGH PLAINS AREA OF SOUTH DAKOTA, by Carole L.
Loskot, H. Case, III, and Dan G. Hern ABSTRACT The High Plains aquifer system in south-central South Dakota comprises dune Each well or test hole for which data are given in the following tables has beenAuthor: C.L.
Loskot, H.L. Case, D.G. Hern. HYDROGEOLOGIC DATA FROM TEST DRILLING NEAR VERNA, FLORIDA, By Michael. Barker, Geronia Bowman, and H. Sutcliffe, Jr. ABSTRACT Four test wells were drilled in the vicinity of the city of Sarasota well field near Verna, Florida, to provide hydrologic and geologic information.
An expedient and economical method of air lifting water samples Author: Michael Barker, Geronia Bowman, Horace Sutcliffe. A summary of hydrologic testing in an offshore oil-test well (LB- ) drilled for Tenneco, Inc., 55 miles east of Fernandina Beach, Florida, is presented.
The interval tested (1, to 1, feet below sea level) is in a calcarenite that is equivalent to the Ocala Limestone (late Eocene) of onshore Florida Cited by: Geologic and hydrologic data from a test-monitor well at Fernandina Beach, Florida: U.S Geological Survey Open-File Report36 p.
___, Impact of development on the availability and quality of ground water in eastern Nassau County, Florida and southeastern Camden County, Georgia: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigation Description The test-drilling program at Island Beach State Park, N.J. was undertaken to provide geologic and hydrologic information necessary for proper evaluation of the ground-water resources of southern New Jersey.
An exploratory borehole was drilled through the entire unconsolidated Coastal Plain sequence. Electric and radioactivity logs were made of the hole, core samples of materials. Geologic, Hydrologic, and Water-Quality Data From Multiple-Well Monitoring Sites in the Central and West Coast Basins, Los Angeles County, California, – By Michael Land, Rhett R.
Everett, and Steven M. Crawford U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with the WATER REPLENISHMENT DISTRICT OF. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This paper is published with the permission of the Director of the United States Geological Survey.
REFERENCES Bredehoeft, J.D., The drill-stem test: the petroleum industry's deep-well pumping test. Ground Water, 3(3): Brown, D.W., Geologic and hydrologic data from a test-monitor well at Fernandina Beach Cited by: Relation of concealed faults to water quality and the formation of solution features in the Floridan aquifer, northeastern Florida, U.S.A.
Author links open overlay panel Leve. Show more. Geologic and hydrologic data from a test-monitor well at Fernandina Beach, Florida. U.S. Geol. Sure., Open-File Rep.
36 pp. Fairchild, R Cited by: GEOLOGIC INTERPHETATION FHOM WELL LOGS _INTHODUCTION The purpose of this manual is to compile under one cover the principles of well log correlation, together with examples of lithologic interpretation and expressions of stratigraphic and structural features which can sometimes be recognized on well logs.
Test hole NC-8 was drilled in the municipality of Vega Alta as part of a study of the aquifers in the Northern Coastal Province of Puerto Rico. Test hole NC-8 was drilled to a depth of 1, feet below land surface. Geologic and hydrologic data collected during drilling included continuous core, water- quality samples, water-level measurements, and estimates of aquifer yields from the water.
Full text of "Selected water resources abstracts" See other formats. OFR Part III, Geologic and hydrologic evaluation; Superseding Publications: Geologic and hydrologic characterization and evaluation of the Basin and Range Province relative to the disposal of high-level radioactive waste: Part II, Geologic and hydrologic characterization().
The geophysical log collection consists of the various logs run on exploratory boreholes as well as water, injection, oil and gas, observation, and monitor wells throughout the state of Florida. The collection represents approximately boreholes, some of which are also represented in the core and well cuttings sample collection.Reconnaissance of the ground-water resources of the Fernandina area, Nassau County, Florida (FGS: Information circular 28) Series Title: FGS: Information circular Creator: Leve, Gilbert W (Gilbert Warren), Place of Publication: Tallahassee Publisher: [s.n.] Publication Date: Language: English Physical Description.Duncan, J.G., Evans III, W.L., and Aylor, J.G.L., Li,Geologic framework of the Lower Floridan aquifer system, St.
Lucie, Martin and Palm Beach Counties, Florida: Florida Geological Survey, contractual report submitted to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Bureau of Drinking and Ground Water Resources UIC, Criteria and.