3 edition of Spokane River/Aquifer interaction project results, May-November 1999 found in the catalog.
Spokane River/Aquifer interaction project results, May-November 1999
Pamela B. Marti
by Washington State Dept. of Ecology, Environmental Assessment Program in Olympia, Wash
Written in English
|Statement||by Pamela B. Marti and Robert S. Garrigues.|
|Series||Publication -- no. 01-03-024., Publication (Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology) -- no. 01-03-024.|
|Contributions||Environmental Assessment Program (Wash.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 38, 38 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||38|
FIGURES N0_. PAGE 1 Spokane River Basin 10 2 Layout of Spokane River System 12 3 The Simulation of Coliform Growth and Decay in Streams 33 4 Relationships in the BOD Model 35 5 Relationships in the Nitrogen Model 38 6 Linkages to Algae 45 7 Relationships in the Phosphorus Model 53 8 Relationships in the DO Model 57 9 DOSCI Verification for DO for River Region 2, August . The Ground-Water Visualization application (GWVis) presents ground-water data visually in order to educate the public on ground-water is also intended for presentations to government and other funding agencies. GWVis works with ground-water level elevation data collected or modeled over a given time span, together with a matching fixed underlying by: 7.
Rathdrum Prairie Aquifer Geologic History. The geology of the Spokane Valley-Rathdrum Prairie area is the result of multiple geologic events that have occurred over hundreds of millions of years creating both our landscape and the aquifer of today. Most of the drinking water in the Spokane area is taken from the Spokane Aquifer, an underground river that flows into the region from the mountains northeast of Spokane. There are 25 lakes in Spokane County. There are 75 lakes within a 50 mile radius of the city of Spokane.
I'm having trouble reconciling bad news about pollution in the Spokane river with the claim that Spokane's tap water is "safe," seeing as the river interacts with the aquifer along most of its length. Can't river-borne PCBs, mining waste with lead, etc, get into the aquifer easily? Spokane River Now or Never A clean, flowing Spokane River will support the return of salmon, robust recreational uses and local businesses, extraordinary river aesthetics, and other beneficial uses. On increasingly hot summer days (note: climate crisis), thousands of people go down to the river to swim, fish, boat, and seek spiritual renewal. The Spokane River is the people’s river.
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Spokane River/Aquifer Interaction Project Results, May Œ November by Pamela B. Marti and Robert S. Garrigues Environmental Assessment Program Olympia, Washington July Waterbody No. WA Publication No. printed on recycled paper. Spokane River/Aquifer Interaction Project Results, May - November July Chemical Analysis and Toxicity Testing of Spokane River Sediments Collected in October July Water Quality Assessments of Selected Lakes within Washington State: 01.
Quality Assurance Project Plan: Groundwater/Surface Water Interactions In the Sammamish River: a Preliminary Analysis.
Spokane River/Aquifer Interaction Project Results, May - November Technical Memorandum-Level 1 Technical Assessment Hydraulic Continuity Evaluation. This is the project plan for the Spokane River/Aquifer Interaction Project.
REQUEST A COPY: The mission of the Department of Ecology is to protect, preserve, and enhance Washington’s environment. To help us meet that goal, please consider the environment before you print or. in the Spokane aquifer. Results of the analyses of water samples from the Spokane aquifer during the study by Vaccaro and Bolke () show that Spokane River/Aquifer interaction project results water is very diluted, with a low specific conduc tance and related dissolved-solids content.
The maximum recommended concentration of Cited by: 6. Quality Assurance Project Plan: Willapa River Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load: August Spokane River/Aquifer Interaction Project Results, May - November July Chemical Analysis and Toxicity Testing of Spokane River Sediments Collected in October July Water from adjacent lakes, mountain streams, the Spokane River and precipitation flow through these flood deposits supplying the Aquifer.
The surface outlet for Lake Coeur d'Alene is the Spokane River, which is the only watercourse over the Aquifer that remains on the surface for an extended distance. The Spokane aquifer is an unconfined aquifer consisting of coarse sand, gravel, cobbles, and boulders deposited during several catastrophic glacial outburst floods--known as the Spokane Floodsof Pleistocene time.
The aquifer is one of the most productive in the United States, and, as the only significant source of good-quality water supply in the Spokane Valley, it has been designated as a. This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue. Local Water Utilities United for Safe Drinking Water The Spokane Aquifer was designated as a “sole source” in by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Sole Source means the aquifer is our only affordable source of drinking water in a bi-state region serving more thanpeople daily. Improving Access to Utah Water Chemistry Data. in the Spokane River. On average during Program examined the interaction of the river and aquifer using hydrologic and chemical data Author: Paul Inkenbrandt.
Hydrologic and chemical data indicate that the Spokane River recharges the Spokane Valley/ Rathdrum Prairie aquifer along a mile reach between Post Falls, Idaho, and Spokane, Washington. Ground-water levels in the near-river aquifer (less than feet from the river) indicate variably saturated conditions below the river and a ground-water Cited by: 4.
The publication Rule Proposal Notice for the Water Resources Management Program for the Spokane River and Spokane Valley Rathdrum Prairie (SVRP) Aquifer is obsolete and unavailable. Contact Water Resources Program at or @ An artesian well is a type of confined aquifer that flows upward to the Earth's surface without the need for pumping.
The artesian well sits below the water table at the bottom of U-shaped aquifers. Pressure from water in the long sides of the aquifer pushes the water up the well shaft. Spokane Valley-Rathdrum Prairie Aquifer. The H2O Breakfast Septem– a.m. is a networking and Q&A opportunity for elected officials, opinion leaders, agencies, conservation groups, businesses, and others dedicated to sustaining a healthy Spokane River while meeting the needs of a growing population.
In Spokane Valley, the aquifer and the river are almost one and the same. The aquifer draws from the river. Between the state line and the eastern Spokane Valley city limits, there are places where the river practically disappears during dry months as the aquifer draws what it needs.
Miller, S.A., Boese, R.M., Cunningham, E., and Lackaff, B.B.,A conceptual model of the interaction between the Spokane Valley−Rathdrum Prairie aquifer and the Spokane River in the east Spokane River Valley, Washington and Idaho: Spokane County Utilities and Spokane County Information Systems.
8 p. WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PROGRAM FOR THE SPOKANE RIVER AND SPOKANE VALLEY RATHDRUM PRAIRIE (SVRP) AQUIFER. WAC Sections. HTML PDF: Authority and purpose.
HTML PDF: Applicability. HTML PDF: Definitions. HTML PDF: Stream management units. The Spokane Valley–Rathdrum Prairie Aquifer is an aquifer located in the U.S.
states of Washington and Idaho The aquifer is centralized under Spokane Valley and the Rathdrum Prairie, hence the aquifer contains 10 trillion gallons (38 trillion liters) of water, and is part of the Columbia River Drainage only watercourse that remains above the surface for an extended Location: United States.
(2) Based on the hydrogeology of the SVRP aquifer as described in U.S. Geologic Survey Scientific Investigations Reportecology determines that surface water in the Spokane River and groundwater within the SVRP aquifer are hydraulically connected.
New appropriations from the SVRP aquifer will be managed to protect the instream flows. The numerical model was used to enhance understanding of the flow system (including a water budget for the aquifer system) and its relation to surface water, and to test alternative management strategies.
Generalized Summary. The Yakima River basin aquifer system underlies about 6, square miles in south-central Washington.Water flowing in the Spokane River mostly comes from the Aquifer and Post Falls dam. The Aquifer and the Spokane River are effectively one. Water waste by thepeople who take water from the Aquifer is harming river flows by intercepting water that otherwise would flow to the river.
Pump the Aquifer, rob the River.The Spokane River and the Spokane Valley-Rathdrum Prairie aquifer are fed from approximately the same watershed areas (Figures 1 & 4).
The early scientific studies of the drainage concentrated primarily on the Spokane River, first on it's location then upon it's water budget. Studies on the aquifer have a .