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Ground water in the deposits of ancient Lake Dakota, Dickey County, North Dakota
William Charles Rasmussen
|Statement||by William C. Rasmussen ; prepared in cooperation between the Geological Survey, U.S. Department of the Interior and the North Dakota State Geological Survey|
|Series||North Dakota ground-water studies -- no. 4|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.), North Dakota Geological Survey, North Dakota State Water Conservation Commission|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||87 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : William Charles Rasmussen. North Dakota Water History Book The North Dakota Water Education Foundation published North Dakota Water: A Century of Challenge.
The details, chronologies and factual information needed to tell this story was complied through research, interviews, and utilization of existing materials.
The cost of this publication is $5. Call to get your copy today. GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF MCLEAN COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA By Robert L. Klausing ABSTRACT Ground water in McLean County is obtainable from aquifers composed of sand and gravel in the glacial deposits and sandstone and lignite in th e preglacial Ground water in the deposits of ancient Lake Dakota.
The aquifers with greatest potential for development are those in the glacial deposits. Survey in cooperation with the North Dakota State Wate r Commission, the United States Geological Survey, and the Water Management Districts of Dickey and LaMoure Counties.
It is one of a series of county reports on the geology and groundwate r resources of North Dakota. This volume describes the geology of Dickey and LaMoure Counties. Studies of the groundwater of North Dakota counties are published jointly by the North Dakota Geological Survey as Bulletins and by the North Dakota State Water Commission as County Groundwater Studies.
The table that follows indicates equivalent volumes for each county. Welcome to Dickey County, North Dakota. Dickey County is located on the southern border of North Dakota and is comprised of square miles of land. The eastern part lies in the Drift Prairie, a green, hilly part of the state marked by good farm land and an abundance of water.
Hwy which runs north and south lies parallel to the hills. Statewide Ground-Water Real-Time Table Real-time data typically are recorded at minute intervals, stored onsite, and then transmitted to USGS offices every 1 to 4 hours, depending on the data relay technique used.
Recording and transmission times may be more frequent during critical events. Sediment that was deposited from the lake water formed the flat lake floors that geologists refer to as "glacial lake plains." In North Dakota, these include the glacial Lake Souris plain in McHenry and Bottineau counties, the glacial Lake Dakota plain in Dickey and Sargent counties, the glacial Lake McKenzie plain in Burleigh County, and many smaller lake plains.
The Lake Dakota plain area is a nearly flat surface that includes parts of Spink, Brown, Marshall, and Day Counties in northeastern South Dakota.
Agriculture is the principal occupation. Because precipitation often is insufficient for maximum crop production, the U.S.
Bureau of Reclamation has developed a plan for irrigation of the area. Most of the irrigation water would be conveyed by canal. north dakota geological survey wilson m. laird, state geologist i3ulletin 44 north dakota state water conservation commission milo w.
hoisveen, state engineer county ground water studies 5 geology an d 'round water resource s of eddy and foster counties, north dakota part iii —ground water resource s henry trapp, jr.
geological survey. Stratigraphic column for Nelson and Walsh Counties, North Dakota 10 4. Isopach map of the Coleharbor Formation in Nelson and Walsh Counties, North Dakota 14 5. Channel in till filled with silt in Walsh County 1 5 6. Vertical air photo showing washboard moraines in northern Nelson County 17 7.
Folded sand overlying gravel in Nelson County 19 Size: 7MB. Pleistocene Geology of Eastern South Dakota By RICHARD FOSTER FLINT Outwash-margin lake deposits. _____ north to south. The extreme relief of the region is about 1, feet; in general the lowland is to feet lower than theCited by: COVID Resources.
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Dakota County helps protect water quality every step of the way. The County maintains safe drinking water by making sure unused wells are sealed, septic systems are maintained, and regulations are followed. The County protects surface water from contaminants by promoting best practices for fertilizers and reducing stormwater runoff.
Minnesota Geologic Survey, Geologic Atlas, Dakota County, Dakota County Groundwater Protection Plan Minnesota’s Geology. Ojakangas, Richard and Charles Matsch. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, For further information about Dakota County’s groundwater and geology, call: Dakota County Environmental Resources Department.
SOUTH DAKOTA Ground-Water Quality Ground water provides 77 Mgal/d (million gallons per day) for about 77 percent of South Dakota's population ofpeople (fig. The majority of the State's community wells, noncommun- ity wells, private wells are located near the more populated areas of South Dakota.
There isAuthor: N.C. Koch, S.J. Lawrence, Jeanne Goodman, S.M. Pirner. A reconnaissance of possible well irrigation areas: North Dakota Geol.
Survey Bull. 20, 6 p. Ground water in the deposits of ancient Lake Dakota, Dickey County, North Dakota: North Dakota Geol. Survey Ground-Water Study no. 4, p. —— Geology and ground-water resources of Caldwell County, Texas: Texas State. Sand and gravel deposited in the valley of the ancient Cannonball River is termed the Spiritwood aquifer system.
The Spiritwood aquifer system in North Dakota is an extensive buried-valley aquifer that trends in a southeasterly direction from the Canadian border in Towner County to the South Dakota border (North Dakota State Water Commission, ).USGS Groundwater Data for North Dakota.
Click to hide state-specific text. Current Conditions (26 sites) Current conditions at selected sites based on the most recent data from on-site automated recording equipment. Measurements are commonly recorded at a fixed interval of to minutes and transmitted to the USGS every hour.There are 11 lakes found in Dickey County, North Dakota.