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eBook Simulation Analysis of the Ground-Water Flow System in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington (U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper, 2470-B) ePub

by William D. McFarland,Oregon Water Resources Dept,Portland (Or.) Water Bureau,Intergovernmental Resource Center of Clark County (Wash.),David S. Morgan

  • ISBN: 0607870400
  • Category: Science and Mathematics
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: William D. McFarland,Oregon Water Resources Dept,Portland (Or.) Water Bureau,Intergovernmental Resource Center of Clark County (Wash.),David S. Morgan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: U S Geological Survey (June 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 83
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By: David S. Morgan and William D. McFarland

Second, larger, file contains only the plates for this document. By: David S. McFarland. This report presents results derived from a numerical model of the ground-water flow system in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington, that was used to test and refine the conceptual understanding of the flow system, estimate the effects of past and future human-caused changes to ground-water recharge and discharge on ground-water levels and streamflow, and determine priorities for.

A numerical model of the ground-water flow-system in the Portland . Open-File Report 94-505.

A numerical model of the ground-water flow-system in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington, was used to test and refine the conceptual understanding of the flow system and estimate the effects of past and future human-caused changes to the ground-water system. Equilibrium water-level declines were as much as 20-40 ft in the Troutdale gravel aquifer in Clark County and in the Troutdale sandstone aquifer underlying the Columbia South Shore well-field.

An increasing dependence on ground-water resources in the Portland Basin has . By: William D. McFarland and David S. Morgan.

An increasing dependence on ground-water resources in the Portland Basin has made it necessary for State and local governments to evaluate the capability of the ground-water system to meet present and future demands for water. Water Supply Paper 2470- A. DJVU Description: First DjVu file contains document with 7 plates (Large Download File) Second DjVu document contains only the 7 plates (Large Download File) The Third DjVu file contains a smaller download version of the text and plates (Small Download File).

Prepared in cooperation with Oregon Water Resources Department, city of Portland Bureau of Water Works, and Intergovernmental Resource Center. Nine folded leaves of plates in pocket issued in folder. Geological Survey water-supply paper ;, 2470-B.

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Ground-water flow in the remaining portions of an alluvial valley aquifer may be dominated by downstream or underflow components. This paper investigates the nature of ground-water flow in alluvial valleys and presents a new classification scheme for alluvial aquifers. The geomorphologic conditions that may allow underflow to be the predominant regional ground-water flow component are described.

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Varying Form of Title: Simulation analysis of the ground water flow . Geological Survey water-supply paper ; 2470-B.

Simulation analysis of the ground-water flow system in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington by David S. McFarland ; prepared in cooperation with Oregon Water Resources Department, city of Portland Bureau of Water Works, and Intergovernmental Resource Center . .Varying Form of Title: Simulation analysis of the ground water flow system in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington. General Note: Shipping list n. 99-0097-P ; 98-0028-S (Nine folded leaves of plates).

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