|Other titles||Water quality and well construction data for selected farmstead wells in Tennessee|
|Statement||by Michael W. Bennett, John K. Carmichael, and Angel Romʹan-Mʹas ; prepared in cooperation with the Tennessee State Planning Office.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 90-394|
|Contributions||Carmichael, J. K., Román-Más, Angel J., Tennessee State Planning Office., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 19 leaves|
|Number of Pages||19|
Water- quality, well-construction, and ground-waterleveldatauere collected for an investigation of radionuclides in ground water in Maury and Hic!-cman Counties, Tennessee. Seventeen wells and 3 springs were sampled in Hic!aan County, and 20 wells were sampled in Maury County. Data are presented in tables. Maps. of. Sixty-five wells were installed at 39 sites in the Arnold Air Force Base area in Coffee and Franklin Counties, Tennessee. The wells were installed to provide information on subsurface lithology, aquifer characteristics, ground-water levels, and ground-water quality. Well depths ranged from 11 to feet. Water-quality samples were collected from 60 wells and analyzed for common . Shallow wells draw from the ground water nearest the land surface, which may be directly affected by farmstead activities. Polluted surface water can infiltrate into the soil and quickly affect a shallow well that was not properly constructed or is located in a coarse-textured soil that easily conducts water. A Survey of the Quality ofWater Drawn from Domestic Wells in Nine Midwest States Page 1 of 2 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention --Data collection form --Laboratory analysis --Total coliform and E. coli sampled wells had preflood water quality results, the effect of this disturbance on the water.
Feedlot Construction Setbacks from Open Water and Wells • wq-f • May Page 4 MDH well setback requirements are specified for both animal holding areas (barns, outdoor lots, etc) and manure storage areas (manure stockpiles or liquid storage). Water-supply wells must be located at the highest practicalFile Size: KB. Washington Department of Ecology Water Quality Report: ECY# WQ-R Olympia, WA. 25 pgs. Rinella, J.F., S.W. McKenzie, and G.J. Fuhrer. Surface-Water-Quality Assessment of the Yakima River Basin, Washington: Analysis of Available Water-Quality Data Through Water Year. USGS Open File Report , Portland, OR. construction and for the abandonment of wells covered by this part. The applicant or permittee shall provide for design and construction to protect groundwaters of the state in accordance with the water quality standards contained in Chapter VIII, Water Quality Rules and Regulations. What You Need to Know as a Nebraska Landowner. Building Codes and Permits: Before building, contact your county planning office to obtain zoning requirements and out if your city or county has special ordinances, such as property access covenants that may affect your proposed activity.
Private water systems include wells, ponds, hauled water storage tanks or cisterns as a water source. Determination of water quality by testing private water systems for Coliform bacteria and is also an important service. In addition to these water tests being required as part of the permit process, the health department will, upon. Z Table II-2 (continued) State South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Washington West Virginia Wyoming U.S. Total EPA method Number of Volume3 wells drilled 1, bbl 44 22, 85 NCC 1, 1,° 64, 1,, 6, NCC 4,sm 86td 2,, API method Number of Volume" wells drilled 1, bbl 49 Table of contents for Groundwater and wells / edited by Robert J. Sterrett. Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Farm Water Quality Considerations. The quality of water on farm can have economic impacts forfarmers through its effects on livestock, crop production, and the effectiveness of pesticides and other agricultural chemicals. In spite of this, only 30% of New Brunswick farmers test their well water regularly (every two years orFile Size: KB.