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Estimation of the water table for the Inland Bays watershed, Delaware

A. Scott Andres

Estimation of the water table for the Inland Bays watershed, Delaware

by A. Scott Andres

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Published by University of Delaware in Newark, Del .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water table -- Delaware -- Inland Bays.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby A. Scott Andres, and Matthew J. Martin.
    SeriesReport of investigations -- no. 68., Report of investigations (Delaware Geological Survey) -- no. 68.
    ContributionsMartin, Matthew J., Delaware Geological Survey.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p. :
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16122560M

    watershed increased compared to the control watershed. The concentrations of total suspended solids (TSS), NO. 3-N, NH 3-N, total Kjeldahl nitrogen (TKN), and TP increased during construction in the BMP watershed, with peaks associated with turfgrass development. Because of the decreased stormwater runoff. Adventure, magic and a dash of romance fill A Breach in the Watershed from start to finish. The Watershed divides the three regions of the world: Faerine - the region of magic and the water of Aura; Dalethica - the region of man and regular, non-magical water; and Duloth-Trol - the region of the evil Sleepstealer, his Lord Minions, and their life-force of Darkblood/5.

    5. The maximum salt -water draft for entrance into Delaware Bay and Big Stone Beach anchorage is 55 feet, as per federal regulation. Qualified offshore advisors with por table DGPS units are available upon request from the Pilots' Association for the Bay and River Delaware. Scale ca. , Oriented with north to the right. Depths shown by soundings. Includes text and "Tide table." Accompanied by: Directions for navigating up Delaware-Bay from the capes to Reedy-Island by Capt. James Campbell. 2 p. LC Maps of North America, , Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

      The Delaware River watershed — which includes all of the land upon which rain falls and eventually flows into the Delaware — is 13, square miles wide and includes tributaries to the. forth in the Water Quality Control Plan for the Control of Temperature in the Coastal and Interstate Waters and Enclosed* Bays and Estuaries* of California. 4. Provisions regulating the intake of seawater* for desalination facilities* are established pursuant to the authority contained in section subdivision (b) of the California.


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Estimation of the water table for the Inland Bays watershed, Delaware by A. Scott Andres Download PDF EPUB FB2

Estimation of the water table for the Inland Bays watershed, Delaware. Newark, Del.: University of Delaware, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All.

A geographic information system-based study was used to estimate the elevation of the water table in the Inland Bays watershed of Sussex County, Delaware, under dry, normal, and wet conditions. Evaluation of the results from multiple estimation methods indicates that a multiple linear regression method is the most viable tool to estimate the elevation of the regional water.

Abstract: A geographic information system-based study was used to estimate the elevation of the water table in the Inland Bays watershed of Sussex County, Delaware, under dry, normal, and wet conditions.

Evaluation of the results from multiple estimation methods indicates that a multiple linear regression method is the most viable tool to.

The Inland Bays/Atlantic Ocean Basin comprises approximately square miles of eastern Sussex County, Delaware. Starting at Lewes and Cape Henlopen State Park at the southern edge of the entrance to Delaware Bay, the area extends southward approximately 24 miles along the Atlantic shoreline to the Maryland State Line.

It includes the coastal towns of Rehoboth Beach. Address: Inlet Rd Rehoboth Beach, DE Phone: () Hours: Mon - Fri: 9am - 4pm Sat / Sun: Closed. RI68 Estimation of the Water Table for the Inland Bays Watershed, Delaware SP27 Water Table in the Inland Bays Watershed, Delaware Journal article "Hydrogeologic controls on groundwater discharge and nitrogen loads in a coastal watershed".

Inland Bays Watershed Wetland Assessment. Background: Unique and rare wetland communities surrounding the Inland Bays include Atlantic White Cedar swamps, sea-level fens, and interdunal swales providing habitat for numerous rare plants and animals. T he Inland Bays watershed has lost approximately 60 percent of its wetlands since settlement, with the vast majority of loss.

The State of the Delaware Inland Bays report is a compilation of environmental data about the Bays that is updated every five years.

The content is grouped by subject matter into 35 bite-size indicators that can provide communities, decision makers, and concerned citizens with robust scientific information to help restore and protect the Inland Bays and the surrounding watershed. The Watershed Assessment and Management Section oversees the health of the State's water resources and takes actions to protect and improve water quality for aquatic life and human use.

In order to protect the water for plants, animals, and people, Water Quality Standards are set to establish tolerable levels of pollutants. What is a watershed. A watershed is all of the land that water moves across or under while flowing to a specific body of water.A watershed includes the land and the water in it as well as the plants, animals and humans who live and work there.

Every area of the earth in which water falls on land is a watershed; so no matter where you live, you live in a watershed. A cooperative study involving the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, the Delaware Geological Survey, and the U.S. Geological Survey was initiated in to develop a hydrologic and water-quality model of the Delaware Inland Bays watershed that can be used as a water-resources planning and management tool.

Development, Calibration, and Analysis of a Hydrologic and Water-Quality Model of the Delaware Inland Bays Watershed - Evaluation of the Stream-Gaging Network in Maryland, Delaware, and Washington, D.C.

- Freshwater Use In Delaware - Hydrologic and Geochemical Controls on Pesticide and Nutrient Transport to Two Streams on the Delmarva Peninsula. Abstract: A multiple linear regression method was used to estimate water-table elevations under dry, normal, and wet conditions for the Coastal Plain of Delaware.

The variables used in the regression are elevation of an initial water table and depth. Scott Andres has worked at the Delaware Geological Survey, University of Delaware since General research areas are geology, hydrogeology, and watershed hydrology and biogeochemistry.

DE Center for the Inland Bays, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. K likes. OUR MISSION: To preserve, protect and restore Delaware’s Inland Bays and their watershed/5(9). • Water-table map of southern Delaware.

• Hydrologic framework of confined aquifers in Kent County. • Geologic map of the Lewes-Cape Henlopen quadrangles. • Wellhead protection area delineations for the Lewes-Rehoboth Beach areas.

• Estimation of the water table for the Inland Bays watershed using innovative computer modeling and. Delaware and allows users to create high-quality, printable maps. BACKGROUND AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS The DGS has recently completed and reported on projects related, but not limited to: • Estimation of the water table for the Inland Bays watershed using innovative computer modeling and GIS technologies.

Notice - The USGS Water Resources Mission Area's priority is to maintain the safety and well-being of our communities, including providing critical situational awareness in times of flooding in all 50 U.S.

states and additional territories. Our hydrologic monitoring stations continue to send data in near real-time to NWISWeb, and we are continuing critical water monitoring activities to. Part 2 of the Water Quality Control Plan for Inland Surface Waters, Enclosed Bays, and Estuaries of California – Tribal and Subsistence Fishing Beneficial Uses and Mercury Provisions A-5 applied to TROPHIC LEVEL 4 fish, except with respect to the California least tern (as discussed in Chapter ).

A numerical groundwater flow model of the Inland Bays Watershed, Delaware, USA, was developed to identify the primary hydrogeologic factors that. Delaware’s l Unified Watershed Assessment and Watershed Restoration Priorities were developed by a team of representatives from federal, State, and local agencies and various industry and advocacy groups.

The Watershed Assessment Team also serves as the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural.These Regulations are adopted by the Secretary of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control under and pursuant to the authority set forth in 7 Del.C., Ch.

These Regulations shall apply to all aspects of.ground water transport and discharge may be a primary D.E. Krantz et al. GROUND WA no.

7: – Figure 1. Mid-Atlantic coast and the Delmarva Peninsula, showing the coastal bays along the Delaware-Maryland coast. Table 1 Hydrologic Partitioning of Annual Precipitation for Stockley Branch, in the Indian River Watershed, Delaware*.