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Vulnerability assessment of twelve major aquifers in Oklahoma
N. I. Osborn
|Statement||by Noel I. Osborn, Edward Eckenstein, and Kevin Q. Koon.|
|Series||Technical report / Oklahoma Water Resources Board ;, 98-5, Technical report (Oklahoma Water Resources Board) ;, 98-5.|
|Contributions||Eckenstein, E. 1955-, Koon, Kevin Q., Oklahoma Water Resources Board.|
|LC Classifications||GB1199.3.O5 O83 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 14, 4 p., 11 leaves of plates (some folded) :|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||99222792|
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The Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB) and U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) conducted a vulnerability assessment of 12 major Oklahoma aquifers using the EPA's DRASTIC index method.
Twelve major aquifers, for which adequate data were available from previous studies, were selected for the study: six bedrock aquifers (Central Oklahoma, Vamoosa-Ada Minor aquifers yield less water.
Oklahoma is underlain by 23 major aquifers containing an estimated million acre-feet of water in storage. Many minor aquifers also yield significant amounts of fresh water.
SELECTED AQUIFERS Twelve major aquifers, for which adequate data were available from previous studies, were selected for the :// Osborn NI, Eckenstein E, Koon KQ () Vulnerability Assessment of Twelve Major Aquifers in Oklahoma. Oklahoma Water Resources Board, Technical Report Google Scholar RIVM () Kwetsbaarheid van het :// The resulting aquifer vulnerability maps indicate that of the 12 major aquifers included in the assessment, the bedrock aquifers are the least vulnerable to contamination from pollutants introduced at the ground surface, and the alluvium and terrace deposits are the most :// Osborn NI, Eckenstein E, Koon KQ () Vulnerability assessment of twelve major aquifers in Oklahoma.
Technical reportOklahoma Water Resources Board, Oklahoma City, OK, USA Parker DH () The hydrogeology of the Mesozoic-Cenozoic aquifers The OWRB and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) conducted a vulnerability assessment of 12 major Oklahoma aquifers using the DRASTIC index method.
Twelve major aquifers, for which adequate data were available from previous studies, were selected for the assessment. These aquifers are listed below and are displayed in Figure 1: Bedrock Aquifers: Oklahoma’s aquifers can be categorized into two types: bedrock and alluvium and terrace aquifers.
Nitrate contamination was detected in many alluvial aquifers. Objectives Mapping groundwater vulnerability for 21 major aquifers in Oklahoma using DRASTIC model and Pesticide DRASTIC model.
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