Predicting ground-water vulnerability to nitrate in the Puget Sound Basin
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Predicting ground-water vulnerability to nitrate in the Puget Sound Basin by M. L. Erwin

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Published by U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, National Water-Quality Assessment Program in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Groundwater -- Pollution -- Washington (State) -- Puget Sound Region,
  • Nitrates -- Environmental aspects -- Washington (State) -- Puget Sound Region,
  • Nutrient pollution of water -- Washington (State) -- Puget Sound Region

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Edition Notes

Other titlesPredicting ground water vulnerability to nitrate in the Puget Sound Basin.
Statementby M.L. Erwin and A.J. Tesoriero.
SeriesU.S. Geological Survey fact sheet -- 061-97., U.S. Geological Survey fact sheet -- FS 97-061.
ContributionsTesoriero, A. J., National Water Quality Assessment Program (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Pagination[4] p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16305739M
OCLC/WorldCa37042250

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Predicting Ground-Water Vulnerability to Nitrate in the Puget Sound Basin Fact Sheet By: M.L. Erwin and A.J. Tesoriero. Rupert, M.G., , Probability of detecting atrazine/desethyl-atrazine and elevated concentrations of nitrate in ground water of the Idaho part of the upper Snake River Basin. ical Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 27 p. Numerous approaches have been used or proposed for assessing ground water vulnerability. They range from sophisticated models of the physical, chemical, and biological processes occurring in the vadose zone and ground water regime, to models that weight critical factors affecting vulnerability through either statistical methods or expert judgment. Search term. Advanced Search Citation Search. SearchCited by:

Tesoriero, A. J. and Voss, F. D.: , ‘Predicting the probability of elevated nitrate concentrations in the Puget Sound Basin: Implications for aquifer susceptibility and vulnerability’, Ground Water 35(6), – Google ScholarCited by: Predicting ground water nitrate concentration from land use Article in Ground Water 43(3) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'. Predicting ground-water vulnerability to nitrate in the Puget Sound Basin / ([Washington, D.C.?]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, National Water-Quality Assessment Program, []), by Martha L. Erwin, A. J. Tesoriero, and National Water-Quality Assessment Program (U.S.) (page images at HathiTrust). vulnerability to nitrate at the national scale, to complement measured data. Specific objectives are to reliably predict nitrate concentration in shallow groundwater and in that used for drinking and to describe the uncertainty of the predictions. We present a nonlinear approach to national-scale Ground-WAter Vulnerability Assessment (GWAVA).

The occurrence and distribution of elevated nitrate concentrations (≥ 3 mg/l) in ground water in the Puget Sound Basin, Washington, were determined by Author: Jason Gurdak.   Tesoriero AJ, Voss FD () Predicting the probability of elevated nitrate concentrations in the Puget Sound Basin: implications for aquifer susceptibility and vulnerability. Ground Water – Article; Google ScholarAuthor: Jinjie Miao, Zhen Ma, Hongwei Liu, Xu Guo, Yaonan Bai, Tianshan Lan, Fugang Wang, Yuqing Cao. The Upper Black Squirrel Creek Basin is located about 25 kilometers east of Colorado Springs, Colorado. The primary aquifer is a productive section of unconsolidated deposits that overlies bedrock units of the Denver Basin and is a critical resource for local water needs, including irrigation, domestic, and commercial use. The primary aquifer also serves an important . Concentrations of chemical constituents in water are given in milligrams per liter (mg/L). Abstract. Trends in nitrate concentrations in water from wells in 17 subregions in the Columbia Basin Ground Water Management Area (GWMA) in three counties in eastern Washington were evaluated using a variety of statistical techniques, including the Friedman test and the Kendall .