2 edition of Solute geochemistry of the Snake River Plain Regional Aquifer System, Idaho and eastern Oregon found in the catalog.
Solute geochemistry of the Snake River Plain Regional Aquifer System, Idaho and eastern Oregon
Warren W. Wood
|Statement||by Warren W. Wood and Walton H. Low.|
|Series||Regional aquifer-system analysis, U.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 1408-D|
|Contributions||Low, Walton H., National Regional Aquifer Systems Analysis Program (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||GB857.2.S63 W66 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 79 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
|LC Control Number||88060050|
The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Energy, is conducting a study to determine the natural geochemistry of the Snake River Plain aquifer system at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory (INEL), Idaho. As part of this study, a group of geochemical reactions that partially control the natural chemistry of ground water at the INEL were by: 2. Eastern Snake River plain aquifer, south-central Idaho 3 H/ 3 He dating of river infiltration in the Eastern Snake River plain, Idaho, posed challenges due to .
Snake River Plain Aquifer hydrology • Medium recharge over a large area • Huge storage capability • Outflows focused mostly along primary streams and Snake river • Recharge is fairly uniform over the f square mile area but low • Very high production from wells (up to 7, gpm reported). THE SNAKE RIVER PLAIN AQUIFER THE SNAKE RIVER PLAIN AQUIFER underneath the Idaho National Laboratory is one of the most productive groundwater resources in the U.S. Each year about 2 million acre-feet of water is drawn from the aquifer. Approximately 95 percent of the water withdrawn from the aquifer is used for irrigation, 3 per-.
The isotopic composition and concentration of uranium and strontium in groundwater, combined with solute concentration data, provide important details regarding groundwater geochemical evolution and flow-pathways in the eastern Snake River Plain by: SRPA - Snake River Plain Aquifer. Looking for abbreviations of SRPA? all water within the eastern Snake River Plain aquifer system is reported to be derived from Groundwater, water quality, major-ion chemistry, trilinear diagram, Mud Lake, Eastern Snake River Plain aquifer, Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory, State.
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Overview of the Snake River Plain Aquifer. The Snake River Plain Aquifer underlies the Snake River Plain, which extends from near the western boundary of Yellowstone National Park in eastern Idaho to the Idaho-Oregon border where the Snake River enters Hells Canyon (Figure 1.
Idaho’s treasure; the Eastern Snake River Plain Aquifer Idaho is a land of amazing natural treasures for our eyes to behold; from the rugged mountains and pristine canyons of central Idaho, north Idaho’s great lakes, forests and vast roadless areas, File Size: 3MB.
Get this from a library. Solute geochemistry of the Snake River Plain Regional Aquifer System, Idaho and eastern Oregon: Snake river plain RASA project.
[Warren W Wood; Walton H Low] -- See journals under US Geological survey. Prof. paper D. The Snake River Plain regional aquifer system underlies a large, crescent-shaped lowland that extends from near the western boundary of Yellowstone National Park in eastern Idaho to the Idaho-Oregon border where the Snake River enters Hells Canyon.
The northern and southern boundaries of the Snake River Plain generally coincide with the. Regional aquifers underlying square-mile Snake River Plain in southern Idaho and eastern Oregon was studied as part of the U.S.
Geological Survey's Regional Aquifer-System Analysis program. The largest and most productive aquifers in the Snake River Plain are composed of Quaternary basalt of the Snake River Group, which underlies most of the.
Lindholm, G.F.,Summary of Snake River Plain Regional Aquifer-System Analysis in Idaho and eastern Oregon, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper A.
Low, W.H.,Solute Distribution in Ground and Surface Water in the Snake River Basin, Idaho and Eastern Oregon, U.S.
Geological Survey Hydrologic Investigations Atlas HA Spinazola JM () Geohydrology and simulation of flow and water levels in the aquifer system in the Mud Lake area of the eastern Snake River Plain, eastern Idaho.
U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report Cited by: 7. The Eastern Snake River Plain Aquifer was designated a sole source aquifer in It provides the sole source of drinking water for nearlypeople in southeastern and south central Idaho.
The aquifer stretches across much of south central Idaho and is Idaho's largest basalt aquifer, covering an area of approximat square miles. Wood and Clemens—Geologic and Tectonic History of the Western Snake River Plain 71 system of north-trending normal faults.
Early in its his-tory the western plain underwent rapid subsidence and became the locus for the major lacustrine system of Lake Idaho, which persisted from about to Ma. The. Hydrology and digital simulation of the regional aquifer system, eastern Snake River Plain, Idaho [microform] / by S.P.
Garabedian Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey: Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor] Denver, CO Australian/Harvard Citation. Garabedian, Stephen P. & Geological Survey (U.S.). Regional aquifers underlying the 15 square-mile Snake River Plain in southern Idaho and eastern Oregon were studied to gain a better understanding of the regional groundwater systems.
Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer Overview. The Eastern Snake Plain Aquifer (ESPA) is located in southeastern Idaho.
It is Idaho’s largest aquifer system, and one of the largest in the United States. The aquifer is composed primarily of. The Snake River Aquifer is a large reservoir of groundwater underlying the Snake River Plain in the southern part of the U.S.
state of of the water in the aquifer comes from rain and melting snow that flows onto the plain from the Snake River, Big Lost River, Bruneau River, and other watercourses of southern ing about miles ( km) from east to west, Australia: Gnangara Mound, Great Artesian.
Get this from a library. Solute geochemistry of the Snake River Plain regional aquifer system, Idaho and eastern Oregon. [Warren W Wood; Walton H Low; Geological Survey (U.S.); National Regional Aquifer Systems Analysis Program (U.S.)].
Water budget and isotopic analyses of water in the eastern Snake River Plain aquifer system confirm that most, if not all, of the water is local meteoric in origin.
Solute mass-balance arguments suggest that ∼5 × moles of calcite and × moles of silica are precipitated annually in the aquifer.
Isotopic evaluations of calcite and petrographic observation of silica Cited by: Beneath the Eastern Snake River Plain (ESRP) in Idaho, United States of America, is the ESRP aquifer (), one of the most productive and heavily-used aquifers in the United e of its association with tectonic and thermal features of the Yellowstone hotspot track (Whitehead, ), the ESRP is recognized as the location for potential (and actual) geothermal by: 5.
Wood, WW and Low, WH Solute geochemistry of the Snake River Plain regional aquifer system, Idaho and eastern Oregon. US Geological Survey Professional Paper D: 79 Cited by: 7. Wood, W. and Low, W. () Solute Geochemistry of the Snake River Plain Regional Aquifer System, Idaho and Eastern Oregon.
Available from Boolu and Open File Report Section CO USGS Open-File Reportref. The maximum apparent velocity of ground-water flow in basalt aquifers beneath the eastern part of the Snake River Plain in southeastern Idaho has been measured with chemical and radioactive tracers for distances up to 3, feet in a single aquifer.
Three geochemical methods were used to determine chemical reactions that control solute concentrations in the Snake River Plain regional aquifer system: (1) calculation of a regional solute balance within the aquifer and of mineralogy in the aquifer framework to identify solute reactions, (2) comparison of thermodynamic mineral saturation indices with plausible solute.
Eastern Snake River Plain aquifer Nitrogen fertilizer use in south-central Idaho equals some of the higher fertilizer application rates in the U.S., yet nitrate concentrations in groundwater from the Eastern Snake River Plain aquifer (ESRP) rarely exceed the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency maximum contaminant level of 10 mg/L (as N).Snake River Plant Aquifer and Perched Groundwater Zones, Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho, EmphasisDOE/ID, Report3 99T.
M. Beasley, P. R. Dixon, and L. J. Mann, “Tc, U, and Np in the Snake River Plain Aquifer at the IdahoFile Size: KB.Figure 5. Areas and grid sizes of ground-water models of the eastern Snake River Plain aquifer at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) and vicinity, Idaho, relative to those of the Snake River Plain Regional Aquifer System Analysis (RASA) model.
Figure 6. Composite stratigraphic units that form the eastern Snake River Plain aquifer, Idaho.