3 edition of Ground-water chemistry and salt-water encroachment, southern Baldwin County, Alabama found in the catalog.
Ground-water chemistry and salt-water encroachment, southern Baldwin County, Alabama
Robert V. Chandler
by Geological Survey of Alabama, Water Resources Division in Tuscaloosa, Ala
Written in English
|Statement||by Robert V. Chandler, James D. Moore, and Blakeney Gillett.|
|Series||Bulletin / Geological Survey of Alabama ;, 126, Bulletin (Geological Survey of Alabama) ;, 126.|
|Contributions||Moore, James D., Gillett, Blakeney.|
|LC Classifications||QE81 .A15 no. 126, GB1025.A2 .A15 no. 126|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||166 p. :|
|Number of Pages||166|
|LC Control Number||86622307|
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Chandler RV, Moore JD, Gillett B () Ground-water chemistry and salt-water encroachment, Baldwin County, Alabama. Geol Surv Ala Bull –86 Hydrogeology and vulnerability to contamination.
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Geol Surv Ala Bull Water availability of Baldwin County, Alabama. Dauphin Island and a potential problem for southern Baldwin County. Because of salt-water encroachment, Dauphin Island installed a shallow well field on the island to produce water from the shallow unconfined parts of the aquifer.
Eight shallow wells ranging from 30 to 40 feet in depth were drilled. Two existing deep wells were left in. The deepest public water supply well is constructed in the Tuscaloosa Group aquifer in Dale County (2, feet). Alabama receives approximately 55 inches of rainfall each year, but, on average, only 6 inches move underground to become ground-water recharge.
SinceAlabama has experienced severe drought, on average, every 12 years. ground water contamination nationwide are underground storage tanks UST(’s), septic systems, pesticides, and nitrates.
The Alabama Department of Environmental Management ADEM() considers UST’s and failing septic systems to be the most serious threats to ground water in Alabama, because they are so numerous. Other sources ofFile Size: 2MB. The Division plans, coordinates, develops and manages Alabama's water resources, both ground and surface water, in a manner that is in the best interest of the state.
This includes recommending policies and legislation, conducting technical studies, implementing and participating in programs and projects and actively representing Alabama's. Geologists within the Groundwater Branch provide technical support to the Hazardous Waste, Solid Waste and Superfund and Brownfields Programs.
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Haines' report on th. Alabama Ground water in Alabama has a natural chemical quality that is suitable for most purposes. In the coastal areas there is some high chloride due to salt-water encroachment) Excessively high fluoride levels are recorded from two of the aquifers and iron in the water is a problem in various aquifers.
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