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Geohydrologic appraisal of water resources of the South Fork, Long Island, New York

Bronius Nemickas

Geohydrologic appraisal of water resources of the South Fork, Long Island, New York

by Bronius Nemickas

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off., For sale by the Supt. of Docs. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (State),
  • Long Island.
    • Subjects:
    • Groundwater -- New York (State) -- Long Island.,
    • Geology -- New York (State) -- Long Island.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Bronius Nemickas and Edward J. Koszalka ; prepared in cooperation with the Suffolk County Water Authority and Suffolk County Department of Health Services.
      SeriesGeological Survey water-supply paper ;, 2073
      ContributionsKoszalka, Edward J., joint author., Suffolk County Water Authority., Suffolk County (N.Y.). Dept. of Health Services.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB1025.N7 N45 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 55 p. :
      Number of Pages55
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4239935M
      LC Control Number80607922

      title = {Mapping of geologic formations and aquifers of Long Island, New York. copyright = {Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.}. Summary of the hydrologic situation on Long Island, New York, as a guide to water-management alternatives, , Geological Survey Professional Paper, PF. [United States Geological Survey.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Summary of the hydrologic situation on Long Island, New York, as a guide to water-management alternatives, Author: United States Geological Survey.

      1 HYDROGEOLOGIC FRAMEW ORK OF LONG ISLAND'S NORTH FORK, SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK Christopher E. Schubert 1, Richard E. Bova 2, and Paul E. Misut1 1 U.S. Geological Survey, Route , Building 4, Coram, New York 2 Suffolk County Water Authority, P.O. Oakdale, New York Introduction The ground-water-flow systems of Long Island’s North Fork (fig. 1) are vulnerable to . Filed under: Water-supply -- New York (State) -- New York Notes on New York city and vicinity, describing engineering works and places of general interest; comp. for the annual convention of the New England water works association, to be held in New York city, September 13 to 16,

      A Case Study of the Long Island Pine Barrens pertaining to Groundwater, Groundwater Contamination and the Benefits of Preservation in Suffolk County, New York, J. Flood, 12/10/ 6 water resource to most of Nassau and Suffolk County. These aquifers are . These aquifers were digitized using a set of five , scale maps of unconsolidated New York State aquifers, excluding Long Island, originally created by the USGS in .


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Geohydrologic appraisal of water resources of the South Fork, Long Island, New York by Bronius Nemickas Download PDF EPUB FB2

The ground-water resources of the South Fork of Long Island, N.Y., were investigated from April to September The study area encompasses square miles and includes the eastern part of the Town of Southampton and the entire Town of East Hampton. The South Fork consists of a Paleozoic basement complex that is overlain by Cretaceous and Pleistocene sediments.

Get this from a library. Geohydrologic appraisal of water resources of the South Fork, Long Island, New York. [Bronius Nemickas; Edward J Koszalka; Suffolk County Water Authority.; Suffolk County (N.Y.). Department of Health Services.]. Get this from a library. Geohydrologic appraisal of water resources of the South Fork, Long Island, New York.

[Bronius Nemickas; Edward J Koszalka; Suffolk County (N.Y.). Department of Health Services.; Suffolk County Water Authority.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. New York State Department of Environmental ConservatiOn.

The report, which Includes Information obtained from a series of water-resources Investigations made on Long Island by the U.S. Geological Survey sincehas benefited from prevwus and con­ Cited by: 6. Buxton, H.T., and Smolensky, D.A.,A quantitative analysis of the development of the ground-water flow system of Long Island, New York: U.S.

Geohydrologic appraisal of water resources of the South Fork Geological. Long Island Water Resources Bulletin LIWR-7, 31 p., 2 plates. Hydrogeologic Data from Investigation of Water Resources of the South Fork, Suffolk County, New York.

Hydrogeologic data from investigation of water resources of the South Fork, Suffolk County, New York Long Island Water Resources Bulletin LIWR-7 By: Bronius Nemickas, E.J. Koszalka, and D.E. Vaupel. Consumers Served by Long Island Public Water Systems; Upstate New York; Source Water Protection Coordinating Committee (SWPCC) General Committee Information; Staff Contacts for City/County Health Departments and State District Offices.

Final Source Water Assessment Program Plan (November, ) - (PDF, KB, pg,). Geohydrologic appraisal of water resources of the South Fork, Long Island, New York - Hydraulic considerations in sampling the unsaturated zone with inclined gravity lysimeters - Availability of fresh ground water, Montauk Point area, Suffolk County, Long Island, New York.

HYDROLOGIC APPRAISAL OF THE PINE BARRENS, SUFFOLK COUNTY, NEW YORK by Richard K. Krulikas Abstract The ground-water resources of the Pine Barrens, in southeastern Suffolk County, were appraised during for their potential for use as a supply of potable water.

The study area encompasses approximately 50 square miles. Ground-water and geohydrologic conditions in Queens County, Long Island, New York. [Julian. New York State. Soren] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Julian. New York State. Soren. • Provide a model maintenance website (defined below) to facilitate the use of models by water resource planners and managers.

References Buxton, H.T. and Shernoff, P.K.,Ground-water resources of Kings and Queens Counties, Long Island, New York: US. The report also presents estimated effects of a proposed water-supply strategy for the year Long Island has three major aquifers-the upper glacial (water-table), the Magothy, and the Lloyd.

Water Resources Data New York Water Year Volume 2. Long Island By A.G. Spinello, R. Busciolano, G. Peña-Cruz, and R.B. Winowitch Water-Data Report NY U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey In cooperation with local agencies Volume 1 Eastern New York excluding Long Island Volume 3 Western New York V o l.

2 L on g Island. MS Book and Mineral Company USGS Water Supply Papers Catalog, # to # Home Page: E. / GEOHYDROLOGIC APPRAISAL OF WATER RESOURCES OF THE SOUTH FORK, LONG ISLAND, NEW ZEALAND,cl, 55 pages, 9 plates, 30 figs., 1 table, in slipcase, $ USGS Water Data for the Nation Site serves as the publicly available portal to a geographically seamless set of much of the water data maintained within NWIS (additional background).

USGS Water Data for the Nation Site provides access to water data from over million sites in all 50 States and additional border and territorial sites. The geology of Long Island, New York, U.S. CONCLUSION In summary, the data show that the central part of Long Island has experienced contamination of one sort or another from the surface.

Shallow water in this location is critical because it flows down and outward through the groundwater flow system; thus it recharges the deeper aquifers that.

Our New York Water Science Center priority is to continue the important work of the Department of the Interior and the USGS, while also maintaining the health and safety of our employees and community.

Based on guidance from the White House, the CDC, and state and local authorities, we are shifting our operations to a virtual mode and have minimal staffing within our offices. Nemickas B, Koszalka EJ () Geohydrologic appraisal of water resources of the South Fork, Long Island, New York.

US Geol Surv Water Suppl Pap55 pp Nemickas B, Mallard GE, Reilly TE () Availability and historical development of ground-water resources of Long Island, New York: an introduction. The Magothy is the largest of Long Island's aquifers. Consisting of sand deposits alternating with clay, it attains a maximum thickness of approximately 1, feet and is the source of water for most of Nassau County and about half of Suffolk County.

NOTICE: In JanuaryUSGS WaterWatch began operating in maintenance-only mode. Existing tools, features, and web data services are being fully maintained as before, but new tools and enhancements will no longer be developed.Long Island by the USGS since the early ’s Historical characterization of the Long Island aquifer system Early investigation of water-resources issues in New York City.

Underground water resources of Long Island, New York () Report on the geology and hydrology of .For more information please contact Rob Breault of the USGS New York Water Science Center at or [email protected] Questions about sites/data? Feedback on this web site.