Hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina Coastal Plain aquifer system

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Statementby M.D. Winner, Jr., and R.W. Coble.
SeriesU.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 87-690.
ContributionsCoble, Ronald W., Geological Survey (U.S.)
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Abstract. The hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina Coastal Plain aquifer system consists of ten aquifers separated by nine confining units. From top to bottom the aquifers are: the surficial aquifer, Yorktown aquifer, Pungo River aquifer, Castle Hayne aquifer, Beaufort aquifer, Peedee aquifer, Black Creek aquifer, upper Cape Fear aquifer, lower Cape Fear aquifer, and the Lower Cretaceous aquifer.

Hydrogeologic Framework of the North Carolina Coastal Plain (Regional Aquifer-System Analysis--Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain) by M.

Winner (Author), Ronald Cited by: Abstract. The hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina Coastal Plain aquifer system consists of 10 aquifers separated by 9 confining units.

From top to bottom, the aquifers are the surficial aquifer, Yorktown aquifer, Pungo River aquifer, Castle Hayne aquifer, Beaufort aquifer, Peedee aquifer, Black Creek aquifer, upper Cape Fear aquifer, lower Cape Fear aquifer, and Lower Cretaceous aquifer.

U.S. Geological Survey professional paper ; I Regional aquifer-system analysis--northern Atlantic coastal plain. ^A General note Vol. 2 consists of 24 folded colored plates in separate portfolio. Similar Items.

Hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina coastal plain by: Winner, M. D., Jr., Published: () ; History of ground-water pumpage and water-level decline in the Black Creek and upper Cape Fear aquifers of the central coastal plain of North Carolina by: Winner, Hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina Coastal Plain aquifer system book.

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HYDROGEOLOGIC FRAMEWORK OF THE NORTHERN ATLANTIC COASTAL PLAIN IN PARTS OF NORTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, DELAWARE, NEW JERSEY, AND NEW YORK By HENRY TRAPP, JR. The hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina Coastal Plain aquifer system consists of ten aquifers separated by nine confining units.

From top to bottom the aquifers are: the surficial aquifer, Yorktown aquifer, Pungo River aquifer, Castle Hayne aquifer, Beaufort aquifer, Peedee aquifer, Black Creek aquifer, upper Cape Fear aquifer, lower Cape Fear aquifer, and the Lower Cretaceous aquifer.

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Winner, Ronald W. Coble. Revised Hydrogeologic Framework of the Floridan Aquifer System in Florida and Parts of Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolina the Southeastern Coastal Plain aquifer system, or both. Thus, the revised updip limit includes some of these clastic facies.

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Winner, Ronald W. Coble. Hydrogeologic Framework of the Atlantic Coastal Plain, North and South Carolina. By Joseph A. Gellici and Jeff C.

Lautier. Chapter C. Simulation of Groundwater Flow in the Atlantic Coastal Plain, North and South Carolina and Parts of Eastern Georgia and Southern Virginia, Predevelopment to THE HYDROGEOLOGIC FRAMEWORK FOR THE SOUTHEASTERN COASTAL PLAIN AQUIFER SYSTEM OF THE UNITED STATES By Robert A.

Renken ABSTRACT Tertiary and Cretaceous age sand aquifers of the Southeastern United States Coastal Plain constitute a distinct multistate hydrogeologic regime informally defined as the Southeastern Coastal Plain aquifer system. Hydrogeologic Framework of the Virginia Coastal Plain: Usgs Professional Paper C: Meng, Andrew a, Harsh, John F: : BooksAuthor: Andrew a Meng, John F Harsh.

The Virginia coastal plain hydrogeologic framework. Bibliographic Details; Main Author: McFarland, E. Randolph. Search for the book on E-ZBorrow. Simulation of ground-water flow in coastal Georgia and adjacent parts of South Carolina and Florida--predevelopment, Digital geospatial datasets of the extents and top elevations of the regional hydrogeologic units of the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system from Long Island, New York, to northeastern North Carolina were developed to provide an updated hydrogeologic framework to support analysis of groundwater resources.

Get this from a library. Hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina Coastal Plain aquifer system. [M D Winner; Ronald W Coble; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Coastal storm monitoring in Virginia. Published: () Digital elevations and extents of regional hydrogeologic units in the northern Atlantic coastal plain aquifer system from Long Island, New York, to North Carolina / by: Pope, Jason P.

theentire northernAtlantic Coastal Plainfrom North Carolina to Long Island, NY The scope of this study is to define a system of hydrogeologicunitsfortheVirginiaCoastalPlainthat correlateswitharegionalhydrogeologicframework. The regional hydrogeologic framework is composed of ten aquifers and nine confining units and is based on.

Summary. A digital model of the sedimentary Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system is composed of 20 rasters and hydrogeologic unit extent polygons. Rasters describe the top elevations of regional aquifers and confining units at a resolution of feet (1/2 mile).

In Januarythe U.S. Geological Survey began a study to combine and update the Regional Aquifer System Analysis (RASA) models of North and South Carolina in order to improve the understanding of groundwater availability in the North and South Carolina Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system.

Learn more about the outcomes of this study. Currently North Carolina and South Carolina do not have up-to-date ground-water flow models of the entire Coastal Plain aquifer system. Since completion of the RASA models, however, additional ground-water pumpage, water-level, and hydrogeologic framework data have been collected.

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HYDROGEOLOGIC FRAMEWORK OF THE VIRGINIA COASTAL PLAIN. ANDREW A. MENG. III. and. JOHN. HARSH. ABSTRACT. This report defines the hydrogeologic framework of the Virginia Coastal Plain and is a product of a comprehensive regional study to define the geology.

hydrology. and geochemistry of the northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system extending from North Carolina. Similar Items. Hydrogeologic framework of the Edwards-Trinity aquifer system, west-central Texas Published: () ; Geohydrology of the southeastern coastal plain aquifer system in Alabama Published: () ; Hydrogeology of the southeastern coastal plain aquifer system in Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina Published: ().

The model was developed from a hydrogeologic framework that is based on an alternating sequence of 10 aquifers and 9 confining units, which make up a seaward-thickening wedge of sediments that form the Coastal Plain aquifer system in the State of North Carolina.

The model was calibrated by comparing observed and simulated water levels. Conceptualization and analysis of ground-water flow system in the coastal plain of Virginia and adjacent parts of Maryland and North Carolina / by: Harsh, John F.

Published: () A conceptual framework and monitoring strategy for movement of saltwater in the coastal plain aquifer system of Virginia by: McFarland, E. Randolph Published: (). The Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifers and confining units of North and South Carolina are composed of crystalline carbonate rocks, sand, clay, silt, and gravel and contain large volumes of high-quality groundwater.

The aquifers have a long history of use dating back to the earliest days of European settlement in the late s. Although extensive areas of some of the aquifers have or currently. The North Atlantic Coastal Plain (NACP) covers a land area of approximat mi 2 along the eastern seaboard of the United States from Long Island, N.Y., southward to the northern portion of North Carolina.

This area is underlain by a thick wedge of sedimentary deposits that form a complex groundwater system in which the sands and gravels function as confined aquifers, and the silts and. Get this from a library. Hydrogeologic framework of the northern Atlantic Coastal Plain in parts of North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, and New York.

[Henry Trapp; Geological Survey (U.S.); United States.

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Department of the Interior.] -- See journals under US Geological survey. Prof. paper G. 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.Figure 1 - Hydrogeologic Framework of the Long Island Aquifer System - The figure above shows a hydrologic section of the Long Island aquifer system in western Nassau County, NY as delineated by Smolensky and others in This framework was developed using existing driller’s logs and well records.

Inthe USGS installed outpost wells in the northernmost part of this hydrogeologic.the hydrogeologic units of the South Carolina Coastal Plain, including those of Aiken County.

Miller and Renken () mapped hydrogeologic units of the Southeastern Coastal Plain aquifer systems from Mississippi to North Carolina. Logan and Euler () reported on the ground-water resources of the southern part of Aiken County. Newcome.