2 edition of Withdrawal of ground water on Long Island, N. Y. found in the catalog.
Withdrawal of ground water on Long Island, N. Y.
Arthur Hill Johnson
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Arthur H. Johnson [and W. G. Waterman]|
|Series||New York (State). Water Power and Control Commission. Bulletin GW-28|
|Contributions||Waterman, Walter Gilbert, 1904- joint author, Thompson, David Grosh, 1888-1943|
|LC Classifications||GB1025.N7 A3 GW-28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 13 p.|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||gs 52000201|
Overview: Long Island’s sole source aquifer system provides the Island’s residents with % of their drinking water. Both the quality and quantity of the water in this underground aquifer system is directly impacted by what we do on the surface. Currently, Long Island is experiencing a rapid rise in contaminants in our aquifer system. The drinking water on Long Island has “by far” the most emerging contaminants of any region in the state, according to a review of detections of the substances by the New York Public Interest.
A DEC report on Long Island's groundwater found that pumping at the then-active Queens wells resulted "in serious effects on the aquifer in that area and in underground water flow across the. Located in southeastern Queens, the groundwater supply system consists of 67 supply wells at 43 well stations and several water storage tanks. Most of the system has not operated in more than 14 years, but the groundwater system did provide water to a limited .
Section 2 Nassau County’s Groundwater System All groundwater systems are dynamic – they respond to groundwater withdrawal and any other stresses imposed on the system by always seeking a new state of equilibrium, or balance, between water flowing into the system and water flowing out of the system. After many years spent. Water Deeply. Plants readily respond to their environment. To encourage strong root growth, it’s best to water deeply and less often, rather than give a light watering every few days. Light, shallow waterings only allow water to penetrate the first few inches of the ground — even with Long Island’s sandy, quick-draining soil.
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Withdrawal of ground water on Long Island, N.Y. [Arthur Hill Johnson; Walter Gilbert Waterman; David Grosh Thompson]. Withdrawal of ground water on Long Island, N.Y. Bulletin GW By: A. Johnson and W.G. Waterman. Tweet. Links. The Publications Warehouse does not have links to digital versions of this publication at this time Download citation as: RIS.
Arthur Hill Johnson has written: 'Withdrawal of ground water on Long Island, N. Y' -- subject(s): Water-supply, Groundwater. Addeddate Identifier usgswaterresourcesnewyork-gw_bull_1 Identifier-ark ark://t45q9z Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi. The flow of water leaving, or discharging, the groundwater system of Long Island occurs naturally through streams, as base flow, at the coastline as shoreline discharge and sub-sea discharge, and through pumping wells as withdrawals.
Ground water is the sole source of water supply for more than 3 million people on Long Island, New York. Large-scale ground-water pumpage, sewering systems, and prolonged periods of below-normal precipitation have lowered ground-water levels and decreased stream-discharge in western and central Long Island.
Queens County is a heavily populated borough of New York City, at the western end of Long Island, N. Y., in which large amounts of ground water are used, mostly for public supply. Ground water, pumped from local aquifers, by privately owned water-supply companies, supplied the water needs of aboutof the nearly 2 million residents of the county in ; the balance was supplied by New.
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Legend: Instructions To use the map, click on a Monitoring Well to get a measured depth to water, or click elsewhere on the map to get an estimated depth to water. Long Island’s Groundwater – Understanding the Water Below If you are in a water-related business on Long Island, there is a lot you should know about groundwater.
Here is a thumbnail overview of key information about water use and the aquifer system that provides all Long Island’s water. Nonpoint Contamination of Groundwater By the pesticide had reached public water supply wells in the streamflow of Suffolk County, Long Island, N.Y., U.S.
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The Long Island water that comes out of our faucets originates far below the earth’s surface, in deep interconnected underground layers of sand, gravel and silt called aquifers. The water they contain consists entirely of what originated as rain that seeped slowly downward for hundreds or even thousands of years The plentiful aquifers contain about.
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mgd goes directly to salt water. Long Island groundwater is quite pure 50 mg/L of TDS 50 ppm. Purity oes not change as it travels through ground. pH is tothat means it is corrosive. Fe sometimes exceeds mg /L or ppm. Concept of safe yield, that is the amount of water that should be removed from the aquifer is a societal.
GROUND WATER ATLAS of the UNITED STATES Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont HA M Preview and download Surficial and Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer systems, Long Island figures--(61 thru 84) Download the text (This is the text for all of HA M in ascii format, no links, no page formatting) --(50k).
What document will be submitted at the time of GPF part final withdrawal for the ground house construction. We need you to answer this question. If you know the answer to this question, please. The New York State Assembly will consider a bill to ban 1,4-dioxane, a toxic chemical found in household products that has contaminated drinking water wells on Long Island.
Water Quality on Long Island More>> Environmentalists urge NY Health Dept. to quickly implement drinking water standards Updated: Tuesday, March 3 PM EST GMT.The state formed a commission to study ground water withdrawals before any major new withdrawal permits are issued.
The Impacts of Ground Water Withdrawals State agencies and the U.S. Geological Survey have been tracking the impacts of increasing ground water withdrawals on aquifers and nearby surface water supplies, such as streams and lakes.Click on the map below or search in the table for details on locations that are or were contaminated at some point.
For more information on the types of sites, click here, and for details on some of the acronyms used for current or past contaminants, click here. To read a detailed federal or state report on any site, click on "Read report" in the table or in the map's pop-up box.