Artificial recharge through a well in fissured carbonate rock, West St. Paul, Minnesota
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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

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Places:

  • Minnesota,
  • West Saint Paul.

Subjects:

  • Artificial groundwater recharge -- Minnesota -- West Saint Paul.

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Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 78-80.

Statementby Harold O. Reeder ... [et al.].
SeriesGeological Survey water-supply paper ;, 2004
ContributionsReeder, Harold O., 1923-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTD224.M6 A77
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 80 p. :
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4855626M
LC Control Number75619367

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Chapter 25 Artificial Recharge (pages –): Chapter 26 Electrical Design for Dewatering Systems (pages –): Chapter 27 Long?term Dewatering Systems (pages –): Chapter 28 Dewatering Costs (pages –). MS Book and Mineral Company USGS Water Supply Papers Catalog, # to # Home Page: / ARTIFICIAL RECHARGE THROUGH A WELL IN FISSURED CARBONATE ROCK, WEST ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, , cl, 80 pages, 28 figs., 16 tables, $   The main difference between the flow of fluids through carbonate rocks and sandstones is due to the extremely heterogeneous nature of carbonate formations. Diagenetic changes can strongly modify the original formation characteristics of carbonate rocks and, in some cases, can completely change the original properties—such as texture, porosity. Extrapolation of results about waterleuel changes in fissured REFERENCES American Geophysical Union (June ): Inventory of representative and experimental water- shed studies conducted in the United States, Washington, D.C., p. ANDERSON, D. G. (): Effects of urban development on floods in northern Virginia, Richmond, Va., U.S. Geol. Suruey Open-file report, 26 p.