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Geohydrology of the Edwards aquifer in the Austin area, Texas
|Statement||by E.T. Baker ... [et al.].|
|Series||Report / Texas Water Development Board ;, 293, Report (Texas Water Development Board : 1986) ;, 293.|
|Contributions||Baker, E. T. 1931-|
|LC Classifications||TD224.T4 A333 no. 293, GB1025.T4 A333 no. 293|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 215 p.,  folded leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||215|
|LC Control Number||86622861|
Edwards Aquifer - Water Quality and Land Development in the Austin Area, Texas Publication Date: Evaluation of Water-Quality Data and Monitoring Program for Lake Travis, Near Austin, : Dennis Trombatore. The Act grants all of the powers, rights, and privileges necessary to manage, conserve, preserve, and protect the aquifer. The EAA regulates the portion of the Balcones Fault Zone Edwards Aquifer – a jurisdictional area that provides water to over 2 million people, and covers more than 8, square miles across eight counties.
The Edwards Aquifer literally is the life blood of the Hill Country. In fact, this area would not have grown to what it is today without the aquifer. Cities like San Antonio have long depended on the Edwards Aquifer for water, making it an integral part of the environment and geology of the : Athena Hessong. Geohydrology of Comal, San Marcos C. C. () Hydrogeological and hydrochemical investigation of the Edwards aquifer in the San Marcos area. Texas: Edwards Aquifer Research and Data Center Report R Hydrology and Water Quality of the Edwards Aquifer Associated with Barton Springs in the Austin Area, Texas. U. S. Geological Survey.
Hydrogeology of the Northern Segment of the Edwards Aquifer, Austin Region Abstract Geologic mapping and fracture analysis of the Lower Cretaceous Edwards aquifer strata near Georgetown and Round Rock, Texas, were performed to provide a better understanding of the geologic framework of the Balcones Fault Zone and to provide information for Cited by: 4. Texas, in Kreitler, C. W., and others, Geology and geohydrology of the East Texas Basin, a report on the progress of nuclear waste isolation feasibility studies (): The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Geological Circular , p. –
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Senger, Charles W. Kreitler: Books. Geohydrology of the Edwards aquifer in the Austin area, Texas. Austin, Tex. (P.O. BoxAustin ): Texas Water Development Board,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E T Baker.
Geohydrology of the Edwards Aquifer in the Austin Area, Texas TEXAS WATER DEVELOPMENT BOARD. REPORT GEOHYDROLOGY OF THE EDWARDS AQUIFER. IN THE AUSTIN AREA, TEXAS.
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Senger, Charles W. Kreitler. Edwards Aquifer -- Water Quality and Land Development in the Austin, Texas Area, D. Johns and C. Woodruff, Jr. Includes 6 articles and a road log to 6 stops in the Austin area.
66 p., AGSOUT OF PRINT. Kuniansky, Eve L., and Ardis, Ann F.,Hydrogeology and ground-water flow in the Edwards-Trinity aquifer system, west-central Texas: Regional aquifer-system analysis—Edwards-Trinity: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper C, p. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Kuniansky, Eve by: 1.
Describes regulatory boundaries of Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone based on the adoption of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) Recharge Zone Boundary, defined in September of Expand.
Edwards Aquifer Map Viewer. User Guide - This downloadable PDF document explains how to use the tools available in the viewer.; Metadata - The Edwards Aquifer maps come from official printed maps, containing regulatory boundaries based on previous geologic interpretations of the Edwards Aquifer zones—that is, the recharge, transition, and contributing within the transition zones, as defined.
The Edwards Aquifer is an underground layer of porous limestone that stores water. While the Edwards stretches from Temple to Del Rio, the Barton Springs segment is of most interest to Austinites since the water re-emerges near the heart of downtown at Barton Springs.
Geohydrology of the High Plains Aquifer in parts of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming Professional Paper B. The Edwards Aquifer is a unique groundwater system and one of the most prolific artesian aquifers in the world.
It is one of the greatest natural resources on Earth, serving the diverse agricultural, industrial, recreational, and domestic needs of almost two million users in south central Texas.
Geophysical methods have been an important component of effective hydrogeologic investigation of the Edwards Aquifer in central Texas. Geophysical surveys that employ a combination of electrical and EM methods have been used to map stratigraphy, geologic structure, and depth to the water table in major aquifer systems (e.g., Fitterman and Stewart, ; Connor and Sandberg, ).
Contact Us—E-mail the Edwards Aquifer Program staff at [email protected] or talk with staff in the TCEQ Austin Regional Office at / or the San Antonio Regional Office at. Hydrogeology of the Edwards Aquifer, Austin Area, Central Texas Abstract The Edwards Formation, on the downthrown side of Mt.
Bonnell fault in the Austin, Texas, area (Hays and Travis Counties), is part of the northeastern extension of the Edwards Underground Reservoir, the primary source of water in numerous counties along the Balcones Fault by: 7.
The Edwards aquifer in south-central Texas is one of the most productive aquifers in the Nation and is the primary source of water for the rapidly growing San Antonio area. Springs issuing from the Edwards aquifer provide habitat for several threatened and endangered species, serve as locations for recreational activities, and supply downstream.
Recharge zone of the Edwards aquifer hydrologically associated with Barton Springs in the Austin area, Texas Publication Date: Structure map of the San Antonio segment of the Edwards Aquifer and Balcones Fault Zone, south-central Texas, structural framework of a major limestone aquifer, Kinney, Uvalde, Medina, Bexar, Comal, and Hays CountiesAuthor: Dennis Trombatore.
The Edwards (Balcones Fault Zone) Aquifer is a major aquifer in the southcentral part of the state. It consists primarily of partially dissolved limestone that creates a highly permeable aquifer.
Aquifer thickness ranges from to feet, and freshwater saturated thickness averages feet in the southern part of the aquifer. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Senger, Rainer K.
Hydrogeology of the Edwards aquifer, Austin area, central Texas. Austin, Tex.: Bureau of Economic. Urban development over the Edwards aquifer in the Austin, Texas, area has caused concerns about the availability and quality of water in the aquifer.
The study area, the Edwards aquifer that discharges to Barton Springs, includes parts of Travis and Hays Counties and extends from the city of Kyle to theCited by:. Urban development over the Edwards aquifer in the Austin, Texas, area has caused concerns about the availability and quality of water in the aquifer.
The study area, the Edwards aquifer that discharges to Barton Springs, includes parts of Travis and Hays Counties and extends from the city of Kyle to the Colorado River. A large part of the aquifer lies within the Austin metropolitan area one of.The Edwards Formation, on the downthrown side of Mt.
Bonnell fault in the Austin, Texas, area (Hays and Travis Counties), is part of the northeastern extension of the Edwards Underground Reservoir, the primary source of water in numerous counties along the Balcones Fault : $Title: Hydrogeology of the northern segment of the Edwards aquifer, Austin region, Texas This book reports on geologic mapping and fracture analysis of Lower Cretaceous Edwards aquifer strata conducted to provide a better understanding of the geology of the Balcones Fault Zone as it relates to the hydrogeology of the aquifer's northern segment.