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|Statement||prepared by the U.S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, in cooperation with the University of Wisconsin-Extension Geological and Natural History Survey, and the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission.|
|Series||Technical report - Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission ; no. 16|
|Contributions||Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey., Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission.|
|LC Classifications||HT390 .S685 no. 16, GB1199.3.W6 .S685 no. 16|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
|LC Control Number||78300583|
Get this from a library! A digital-computer model for estimating drawdowns in the sandstone aquifer in Dane County, Wisconsin. [R S McLeod; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. The sandstone and dolomite aquifer, also called the sandstone aquifer, Cambrian aquifer, or Cambrian-Ordovician aquifer, lies beneath the dolomite aquifer and the shale aquitard in eastern Wisconsin, beneath glacial deposits in central Wisconsin, and at the surface in southwestern is absent in north-central Wisconsin. These rocks are to million years old. Regional computer models and a local model of northeastern Illinois and southeastern Wisconsin will be designed and operated by the project staff. The District subproject staffs will be responsible for the collecting, processing, and primary interpretation of data for the aquifer system within each by: 5. 3/29/ 2 Objective •Understanding of Wisconsin’s different aquifers. –The different rocks and sediments have different flow properties –The rocks and sediment vary across the state.
A digital computer model of the aquifer system was used to separate the amount of total drawdown in the aquifer attributable to each pumping center as well as to predict future ground-water levels. At the Illinois-Wisconsin border in , there was feet (81 m) of drawdown of which 94 feet (28 m) were due to pumpage in Wisconsin and - A Survey of Public Opinion in Southeastern Wisconsin, September - An Industrial Park Cost-Revenue Analysis in Southeastern Wisconsin—, June Household Response to Motor Fuel Shortages and Higher Prices in Southeastern Wisconsin () Digital Computer Model of the Sandstone Aquifer in Southeastern Wisconsin (). p. 46) in water from wells in the southeastern Kenosha County (the southeastern part of area B in fig. 3fi). Sandstone Aquifer The sandstone aquifer consists of sandstone, dolomitic sand stone, dolomite, and some siltstone. Water-quality data used in the summaries in figure 2C are most representative of the unconfined part of the aquifer. A Digital-Computer Model for Estimating Drawdowns in the Sandstone Aquifer in Dane County, Wisconsin: Free Download: Author(s): McLeod, R.S. Publication Date: A Digital-Computer Model for Estimating Hydrologic Changes in the Aquifer System in Dane County, Wisconsin in Field Trip Guide Book: A Voyageur's Guide to the Lower.
Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission. Digital computer model of the sandstone aquifer in southeastern Wisconsin. Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission Technical Report no. Soeder, D. Porosity and permeability of eastern Devonian gas shale. Society of Petroleum Engineers Formation Evaluation 3: A three-dimensional finite-difference computer model of the Ferron sandstone aquifer was used to simulate groundwater flow in the Emery coal field in east-central Utah. The model also was used to predict the effects of proposed surface mining and the resulting mine dewatering on potentiometric surfaces of the aquifer. The model was calibrated in a steady-state simulation using water levels and. Preliminary Model Design And Literature Review For The Sandstone Aquifer System In Sourtheastern Wisconsin. Home / Research / Preliminary Model Design And Literature Review For The Sandstone Aquifer System In Sourtheastern Wisconsin. Project Number: DNR Other Project Number: WR97R Funding Year. All of the boreholes used in this study are located in Dane County, Wisconsin (), where Bradbury et al. () have defined a lower bedrock aquifer, the Eau Claire confining unit, an upper bedrock aquifer, and an unconfined unlithified aquifer ().This study focuses on the sandstones that make up the upper bedrock aquifer, and primarily on those belonging to the Tunnel City Group.