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Saltwater movement in the Upper Floridan aquifer beneath Port Royal Sound, South Carolina
Barry S. Smith
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Columbia, S.C, Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||by Barry S. Smith ; prepared in cooperation with the South Carolina Water Resources Commission.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 91-483.|
|Contributions||South Carolina Water Resources Commission., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 63 p.|
|Number of Pages||63|
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Freshwater for Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, is supplied by withdrawals from the Upper Floridan aquifer. Freshwater for the nearby city of Savannah, Georgia, and for the industry that has grown adjacent to the city, has also been supplied, in part, by withdrawal from the Upper Floridan aquifer since The withdrawal of ground water has caused water levels in the Saltwater movement in the Upper Floridan aquifer beneath Port Royal Sound Floridan Author: Barry S.
Smith. Get this from a library. Saltwater movement in the upper Floridan aquifer beneath Port Royal Sound, South Carolina. [Barry S Smith; South Carolina Water Resources Commission.].
The freshwater flows toward Port Royal Sound over an intruding wedge of saltwater. The simulated flowfield at the end of shows that ground water in the Floridan aquifer system beneath most of Hilton Head Island has reversed its predevelopment direction and is moving toward Savannah.
WATER-CHEMISTRY AND CHLORIDE FLUCTUATIONS IN THE UPPER FLORIDAN AQUIFER IN THE PORT ROYAL SOUND AREA, SOUTH CAROLINA, By James E. Landmeyer and Donna L Belval ABSTRACT Withdrawal of water from the Upper Floridan aquifer south of Port Royal Sound in Beaufort and Jasper Counties, South Carolina, has lowered water levels and reversed theCited by: 3.
USGS Scientific Investigations Report — Hydrogeology, Water Quality, and Saltwater Intrusion in the Upper Floridan Aquifer in the Offshore Area near Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, and Tybee Island, Georgia, – Specific conductance is a surrogate for chloride concentration, and is used to monitor the potential movement of saltwater into the freshwater zones of the Upper Floridan aquifer.
To monitor the extent of chloride contamination in the Tybee Island area, a real time monitoring site has been established about feet south of the Savannah River. Recharge in the Floridan Aquifer is estimated between inches per year.
Before development of the aquifer, nearly all of the discharge was to springs and streams. Discharhe to offshore springs was common in the gulf and coastal areas.
Groundwater construction of the. Groundwater and pore water inputs to the coastal zone. William C. Burnett 1, Ground-water chemical evolution and diagenetic processes in the Upper Floridan aquifer, southern South Carolina and northeastern Georgia. US Geol.
Survey Water-Supply Paper Saltwater movement in the upper Floridan aquifer beneath Port Royal Sound, SC. Cited by: Ground-water levels in the Upper Floridan aquifer beneath the southeastern coast of South Carolina have undergone pumpage-induced declines approaching 20 ft below sea level at the southern end of.
USGS Water-Supply Paper Reston, Va.: U.S. Geological Survey. Smith, B. Saltwater Movement in the Upper Floridan Aquifer Beneath Port Royal Sound, South Carolina. Distribution and Movement of Saltwater in Aquifers in the Baton Rouge Area, Louisiana, Investigating Groundwater Systems on Regional and National Scales.
Study regional hydrology of Floridan aquifer Determine critical pressure for rock fracturing Identify local and regional changes in Floridan aquifer flow patterns Water quality changes in aquifer Potential affects on mercury bioaccumulation Relationships among ASR storage interval properties, recovery rates, and recharge volume.
Saltwater movement in the Upper Floridan aquifer beneath Port Royal Sound, South Carolina beneath Hilton Head Island (HHI) as far as Port Royal Sound (PRS). Flow in the aquifer, which had. Saltwater or brackish water may be distilled to remove the salt from the water. Compare reverse osmosis. The movement of fresh water from precipitation and snow melt to rivers, lakes, wetlands, and ultimately, the ocean.
Water in an unconfined aquifer is replaced by surface water that drains from directly above it. Compare confined aquifer. Groundwater Resources Program Logan, W.R., and Childress, J.M.,Evaluation of the downward migration of saltwater to the upper Floridan Aquifer in the Savannah J.M.,Selected well data used in determining Groundwater Availability in the North and South Carolina Atlantic Coastal Plain Aquifer Systems USGS Open File.
Saltwater intrusion is the movement of saline water into freshwater aquifers, which can lead to contamination of drinking water sources and other consequences. Saltwater intrusion occurs naturally to some degree in most coastal aquifers, owing to the hydraulic.
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By By Ric Burnley. September 25, the best news Dan had for us was that the cobia run should fire up in Port Royal Sound by the end of the month. South Carolina are still in the winter pattern. "The fish are holding in. University of South Carolina Scholar Commons Research Manuscript Series Archaeology and Anthropology, South Carolina Institute of An Intensive Shoreline Survey of Archeological Sites in Port Royal Sound and the Broad River Estuary, Beaufort County, South Carolina James L.
MichieCited by: 2. well characterized in the Upper Floridan aquifer, ranging from to mg/L in the areas of potential ASR siting (see Figure ).The TDR reports that the APPZ is generally more saline than the Upper Floridan aquifer in the region around Lake Okeechobee and shows a band of high TDS (5, to 20, mg/L) stretching west of the lake, although this band is based on limited data.
Atlantic Coastal Plain Aquifer System. The Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system extends North-South along much of the Eastern portions of New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and North Carolina (Figure 19).
It consists of a sequence of layered sedimentary aquifers (sands and gravels) separated by series of aquitards, all deposited. The center of the large cone lies along an axis between Greenville and Kinston. The potentiometric surface in the upper Cape Fear is nearly ft below sea level at Greenville; it is more than ft above sea level south of the Neuse River near Colorado.Geochemical and isotopic composition of ground water with emphasis on sources of sulfate in the upper Floridan Aquifer and intermediate aquifer system in southwest Florida / (Tallahassee, Fla.: U.S.
Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, Colo.: Branch of Information Center [distributor], ), by Laura A. Sacks, A.
B.The most commonly studied coastal area experiencing saltwater intrusion on the eastern seaboard of the U.S. is the surficial aquifer system of the southeastern U.S. This aquifer system covers most of Florida and the coastal areas of South Carolina and Georgia (Figure 7).