2 edition of Hydrology of area 34, eastern region, interior coal province, Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois found in the catalog.
Hydrology of area 34, eastern region, interior coal province, Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois
|Statement||by Ferdinand Quinones, Karen L. York, and Raymond O. Plebuch|
|Series||Water-resources investigations, Open file report -- 82-638, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 82-638|
|Contributions||York, Karen L, Plebuch, Raymond O., 1938-, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
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Get this from a library. Hydrology of a eastern region, interior coal province, Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois. [F Quiñones; Karen L York; Raymond O Plebuch; Geological Survey (U.S.)].
The general hydrology of A Eastern Coal Province, in Kentucky, is described. The area includes 4, square miles in the Kentucky, Licking, and Red River basins. Coal-bearing rocks of Pennsylvanian age underlie most of the area.
Coal production in was about 38 million tons, 65% of which was from surface mining. The drainage from the mined areas contains large amounts of dissolved. Hydrology of a Eastern Coal Province, Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia (Open-file report) [Roth, Donald K] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Hydrology of a Eastern Coal Province, Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia (Open-file report)Author: Donald K Roth. Hydrology of a eastern coal province, Kentucky, Virginia, and West Virginia Open-File Report By: Jay Kiesler, Ferdinand Quinones-Marquez, D.S.
Mull, and Karen York. The Hydrogeology research program investigates pressing groundwater problems that affect human and environmental health and the sustainable management of groundwater resources. Current research is focused on advancing eastern region state-of-the-art in the solution of complex, hydrogeologic problems, on utilizing interdisciplinary research teams to address these problems, and on developing innovative.
The Summer edition of the Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Water Science Center Newsletter highlights science and selected OKI WSC eastern region. Science highlights include Nowcast, monitoring in the Western Lake Erie Basin, School Branch watershed monitoring, and Spring flooding in the tri-state area. Indiana (/ ˌ ɪ n d i ˈ æ n ə / ()) is a U.S.
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House delegation: 7 Republicans, 2 Democrats (list). CONTRACT/GRANTREPORT IL6cr COORDINATEDSTUDY OFTHEDEVONIANBLACKSHALE INTHEILLINOISBASIN:ILLINOIS, INDIANA,ANDWESTERNKENTUCKY Finalreport.
logic properties of the aquifer systems in the study area. Sensible and orderly development of the ground-water resources of an area requires a thorough understanding of the geology and hydrology of the area.
The adequacy of a ground-water supply can be affected by many natural and human- induced : John S. Bader, Melvin V. Mathes, Robert A. Shultz. Stratigraphic correlations of the Seelyville, Dekoven, and Davis coals of Illinois, Indiana, and western Kentucky: Author(s): Jacobson, R.J.
Subject(s): Stratigraphic correlation - Illinois Stratigraphic correlation - Kentucky Geology, Stratigraphic - Pennsylvanian Coal - Geology - Illinois Coal - Geology - Indiana Coal - Geology - KentuckyAuthor: R.J.
Jacobson. Illinois Basin. The coal-bearing rocks of the Illinois Basin are of Pennsylvanian age and under mi2 in Illinois, 6, mi2 in Indiana, and 6, mi2 in western Kentucky.
The major economic coals in the basin are the Springfield, Herrin, Danville, and Baker Coals. HYDROGEOLOGY, HYDROGEOCHEMISTRY, AND SPOIL SETTLEMENT AT A LARGE MINE-SPOIL AREA IN EASTERN KENTUCKY: STAR FIRE TRACT David R.
Wunsch, James S. Dinger, Page B. Taylor, Daniel I. Carey, and C. Douglas R. Graham ABSTRACT An applied research program at the Star Fire surface mine in eastern Kentucky, owned and operated by.
plaintiffs argued that, among other things, the Commonwealth of Kentucky was derelict in enforcing the hydrologic protection mandates of SMCRA. Part V. of the ensuing Settlement Agreement (Civil Action No. 86‐99) dictates that a study of the hydrology of the coal fields of Eastern and Western Kentucky be undertaken under the management of OSMRE.
HYDROLOGY, HYDRAULICS, AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT, KANKAKEE AND IROQUOIS RIVERS by Misganaw Demissie, Nani G. Bhowmik, and J. Rodger Adams ABSTRACT The hydrology, sediment transport, and hydraulics of flow were investigated for the Kankakee and Iroquois Rivers in Illinois and Indiana. The hydrologic analysis of flood and low flows showed that the.
Statistical summary of the chemical quality of surface water in the Powder River coal basin, the Hanna coal field, and the Green River coal region, Wyoming / (Cheyenne, Wyo.: Dept.
of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Books and Open-File Reports Section, ), by David A. Peterson and Geological Survey (U.S.) (page images at.
Low sulfur coal (*l%)t useful toward meeting clean air standards, is most abundant in southeastern West Virginia and along the southeastern border of eastern Kentucky.
Important counties are ranked according to tonnage and method of mining in Table The Eastern Interior basin (hence Illinois and Indiana) contains very little low sulfur coal.
The Western Kentucky Coal Field represents the southern-most portion of the Eastern Interior (Illinois) Basin ().Incoal production from the Western Kentucky Coal Field was million short tons, which represents 35% of Kentucky's total coal production of million short tons during the same year (Energy Information Administration, ).Cited by: 5.
Forest hydrology studies currently underway at the University of Kentucky-owned Robinson Forest in eastern Kentucky are providing some of these much needed baseline data. Several first and second order watersheds have been monitored sinceand this paper summarizes some of the more pertinent hydrologic characteristics of one of these areas.
2 Illinois 3 Indiana 4 Kentucky GEOLOGICAL AND GEOPHYSICAL MAPS OF THE ILLINOIS BASIN–OZARK DOME REGION MAP 5: STRUCTURE CONTOURS OF THE TOP OF THE PENNSYLVANIAN SPRINGFIELD COAL AND BEVIER COAL (MISSOURI) Compiled by Curtis C.
Abert, Stephen Marshak, and Timothy H. Larson Prairie Research Institute Illinois State Geological. The Indiana Geological Survey has published a report that explores groundwater present in the abandoned coal mines of southwestern Indiana.
More thanacres of Indiana are underlain by underground coal mines, and the amount of groundwater that fills the voids of these abandoned mines may be as much as billion gallons.
ILLINOIS STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY E. Donald McKay III, Director. East Peabody Drive Champaign, Illinois Groundwater Flow Modeling as a Tool to Understand Watershed Geology: Blackberry Creek.
Watershed, Kane and Kendall Counties, Illinois Edward Mehnert.KENTUCKY GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Donald C. Haney, State Geologist and Director UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON CONCEPTUAL MODEL OF LOCAL AND REGIONAL GROUND-WATER FLOW IN THE EASTERN KENTUCKY COAL FIELD Shelley A. Minns Thesis Series 6 Series X1, Hendricks, R.
T.A preliminary assessment of hydrogeologically significant solution and fracture features: Indiana Army Ammunition Plant, Charlestown, Clark County, Indiana: Indiana Geological Survey Open-File Study56 p., 32 fig., 4 pl.
Notes: Publications in the Indiana Geological Survey Open-File series have been inconsistently named using a variety of series titles including.