2 edition of Ground-water resources of the White River Basin, Hamilton and Tipton counties, Indiana found in the catalog.
Ground-water resources of the White River Basin, Hamilton and Tipton counties, Indiana
Leslie D. Arihood
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch, USGS [distributor] in Indianapolis, Ind, Lakewood, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||by Leslie D. Arihood ; prepared in cooperation with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations -- 82-48|
|Contributions||Indiana. Dept. of Natural Resources, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 69 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
Contact Us @ Pleasant St. Suite Noblesville, IN Publication type: Report: Publication Subtype: USGS Numbered Series: Title: Water quality in the White River basin, Indiana, Series title: Circular.
The major streams within the Upper White River Basin are the White River and the Black River. The streams of the basin have steep gradients in their upper reaches, but at the downstream alluvial segments, the slope of the gradients become flatter. The average annual yield of the streams of the Upper White River Basin is. The Water Quality Program is both regulatory and non regulatory activities. Public and Semi Public Swimming Pools and Private Water Well Supplies are permitted and inspected. Non regulatory activities include the River Watch and Recreational Water Sampling which monitor local waterways for aquatic quality.
Welcome to the "Playground of Northeast Indiana" Located in scenic Steuben County, Hamilton has a long and interesting history. Although we have always remained a small town, historically our population explodes in the summer months due to the appeal of our wonderful lake. Hamilton Lake covers acres with a depth of over 90ft. White River Watershed (Ind.) Filed under: Water resources development -- Wabash River Watershed. Wabash River Basin comprehensive study, Indiana, Illinois and Ohio: covering reservoir sites on Little Wabash River and Skillet Fork, Illinois and Big Walnut Creek, Big Blue and Flatrock Rivers, Indiana and a local flood protectioin project on.
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Ground-water resources of the White River Basin, Hamilton and Tipton counties, Indiana. [Leslie D Arihood; Indiana. Department of Natural Resources. Ground-water resources of the White River Basin, Hamilton and Tipton counties, Indiana / by Leslie D.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Leslie D Arihood. The ground-water resources of the White River basin in and near Delaware County, Indiana, were investigated by mapping the aquifers, calculating their hydraulic properties, determining the distribution of potentiometric head in the aquifers, and determining some of the components of the ground-water budget from data collected in the field.
ity of ground water in the White and West Fork White River basin, Indiana (figure 1). The report is intended to provide background hydrologic information for persons interested in managing and developing the basin's ground-water resource.
The White and West Fork White River basin in central and south-central Indiana spans the mid-section of the state.
Ground-Water Atlas # Water Resources of Tipton County () Regional Products. Water Resource Assessment Hydrogeology of the Lafayette (Teays) Bedrock Valley System, North-Central Indiana () Water Resource Assessment Ground-Water Resources in the White and West Fork White River Basin, Indiana ().
The Whitewater River Basin in Indiana encompasses parts of 10 counties, but 82 percent of the land area lies within Wayne, Fayette, Union, and Franklin Counties. Although the Whitewater River basin includes portions of Indiana and Ohio, the discussion below will focus on the Indiana portion of the basin.
SOCIOECONOMIC SETTING. Indiana Archaeology 9(1) Figure 5. Soil Map Units (SMUs) classified by landform (Soil Survey Staff ). Hamilton County is dominated by the White River, which splits the county on a.
For publications that are not available online send Checks or money orders only (sorry, no other form of payment is accepted at this time) made payable to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water.
Ground-water resources of the White River Basin, Hamilton and Tipton counties, Indiana / by Leslie D. Arihood ; prepared in cooperation with the Indiana Department of Natural : Leslie D. Arihood. Located on the west bank of a picturesque stretch of the White River, the White River Campground offers the perfect spot to spend a getaway weekend in Hamilton County.
Explore 26 acres of beautiful terrain by foot or by river, enjoy the wildlife and have fun with friends and family close to home.
The Indiana Geological and Water Survey has partnered with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources to provide visitor guides for popular Indiana State Parks. Each guide includes the geologic story of the park and an updated trail map. Geology of the Falls of the Ohio River book, Gold and Diamonds in Indiana book, Grain Size Chart, and.
Availability of ground water near Carmel, Hamilton County, Indiana: Prepared in cooperation with Indiana Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Water and the city of Carmel / (Indianapolis, Ind.: U.S. Geological Survey, ), by D.
Gillies and Indiana. Department of Natural Resources. Wh ite River basin was among the first 20 A WQA study units selected fo r study under the full- cale impl ementation plan.
DESCRIPTION OF THE WHIT E RIVER BASIN The Wh ite River basin is part of the Mississippi River ystem and drains II, square mi les of cent ral and southern by: 1. (2) White River near top of Hazleton levee Level ft. Credit: Matt Kryger. (3) Another view of White R.
near top of Hazleton levee Level ft. Credit: Matt Kryger (4) Hazleton on River level feet and falling. Charles G Crawford. Tipton, and Hamilton counties, Indiana. scientific understanding of the primary factors affecting the quality of these resources. The White River Basin in Indiana. WATER RESOURCES OF THE UPPER WHITE RIVER BASIN, EAST-CENTRA L INDIANA By L.
CABLE, J. DANIEL, R. WOLF, and C. TATE ABSTRACT Ground-water discharge to the streams sustains year-round streamflow in the upper White River basin. This discharge, referred to as ground-waterCited by: 4. Indiana's White River is actually two rivers. The West Fork of the White River begins near Muncie, Indiana as a run-off from a field.
The East Fork begins at Columbus, Indiana at the confluence of two other rivers. Both rivers are respectable in size and length/5(8).
White River Township is one of nine townships in Hamilton County, Indiana, United of the census, its population was 2, and it contained 1, housing units. It is the least developed township in the county and the only one without an incorporated community of any kind within its : Hamilton.Indiana Rivers Shown on the Map: Big Blue River, Blue River, East Fork White River, Eel River, Flatrock River, Kankakee River, Maumee River, Mississinewa River, Ohio River, Patoka River, Salamonie River, St.
Joseph River, Sugar Creek, Tippecanoe River, Wabash River, Walnut Creek, White River and Whitewater River. Indiana Lakes Shown on the Map: Brookville .Indiana has been divided into 37 major watersheds, as shown in Figure 1.
Pike County is located mostly within three of these major watersheds: the White River, East Fork White River, and Patoka River. Figure 1. Major Watersheds of Indiana.
Pike County is in the White, East Fork White, and Patoka River watersheds. Pike County Busseronc Chicago.