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Optimization of ground-water withdrawal in the lower Fox River commuities, Wisconsin
John F Walker
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Middleton, Wis, Denver, CO
Written in English
|Other titles||Optimization of ground water withdrawal in the lower Fox River communities, Wisconsin|
|Statement||by John F. Walker, David A. Saad, and James T. Krohelski ; prepared in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources|
|Contributions||Saad, David A, Krohelski, J. T, Wisconsin. Dept. of Natural Resources, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Walker, John F.; Saad, David A.; Krohelski, James T. Optimization of ground-water withdrawal in the lower Fox River communities, Wisconsin: [DNR] () Muldoon, Maureen A.; Madison, Frederick William, ; Lowery, Birl Variability of nitrate loading and determination of monitoring frequency for a shallow sandy aquifer, Arena, Wisconsin. The State of Wisconsin is located in an unusually water-rich portion of the world in the western part of the Great Lakes region of North America. This article presents an overview of the major groundwater quantity and quality concerns for this region in a geologic context. The water quantity concerns are most prominent in the central sand plain region and portions of a Paleozoic confined.
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This report describes the use of ground-water optimization modeling to efficiently allocate the ground-water resources in the Lower Fox River Valley. A 3-dimensional ground-water flow model was used along with optimization techniques to determine the optimal withdrawal rates for a variety of management alternatives.
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Optimization Of Ground Water Withdrawal In The Lower Fox River Commuities Wisconsin. Willow Drive, Madison, Wisconsin () The citation for the report is as follows: Walker, J.F., D. Saad and J. Krohelski,Optimization of Ground-Water Withdrawal in the Lower Fox River Communities, Wisconsin: U.S.
Geological Survey. Optimization of ground-water withdrawal in the lower Fox River communities, Wisconsin / by John F. Walker, David A. Saad, and James T. Krohelski ; prepared in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. John F Walker has written: 'Optimization of ground-water withdrawal in the lower Fox River communities, Wisconsin' -- subject(s): Water use, Groundwater flow 'Optimization of ground-water.
Optimization of Ground-Water Withdrawal in the Lower Fox River Communities, Wisconsin ByJohn F. Walker, David A. Saad, and James T. Krohelski Abstract Pumping from closely spaced wells in the Central Brown County area and the Fox Cities area near the north shore of Lake Winnebago has resulted in the formation of deep cones of depres.
The Lower Fox River empties a drainage basin of 6, square miles (including drainage from the Wolf River and Upper Fox River basins), flowing northeast from the outlet of Lake Winnebago to the bay of Green Bay.
The Fox River Valley is one of Wisconsin's most urbanized and industrialized areas. ground-water withdrawal in the lower Fox River communities, Wisconsin: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 97–, 24 p.
Richards, K.D., Sullivan, D.J., and Stewart, J.S.,Surface-water quality at fixed sites in the Western Lake Michigan Drainages, Wisconsin and Michigan, and the effects of natural and human. Groundwater-flow modeling and optimization techniques applied to high ground-water problems in San Bernardino, California, in Subitzky, S., ed., Selected papers in the hydrologic sciences: U.S.
Geological Survey Water-Supply Paperp. Big River area, RI: Granato, G.E., and Barlow, P.M.,Effects of alternative instream-flow criteria and water-supply demands on ground-water development options in the Big River area, Rhode Island: U.S.
Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Reportp. Lower Fox River Communities, WI. Lower Green Bay remedial action plan for the Lower Fox River and Lower Green Bay area of concern (PUBL-WR Rev 88).
Water Resources: Revitalizing the Clean Water Act Nov Additional applications to ground-water management issues in Wisconsin and California are given in Walker and others () and Reichard and others (), respectively. The final section of this Fact Sheet describes a new computer program to facilitate simulation-optimization modeling.
Fox River. The Lower Fox River is the largest source of PCBs found in Lake Michigan. Between andapproximatelypounds of PCBs were released, contaminating 11 million tons of sediment. An estimatedpounds of PCBs have already left the Lower Fox River and entered Green Bay and Lake Michigan, and on average, to Coalition (FRC), whose purpose is to manage a cleanup of the Lower Fox River.
The FRC consists of the DNR, the paper companies that discharged the PCBs, and Fox Valley municipalities with wastewater treatment plants. According to the Preassessment Screen Determination for the Lower Fox River System, issued by the State of Wisconsin DNR in Krohelski, J.T.,Hydrogeology and ground-water use and quality, Brown County, Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey Information Circular Number Pages LeRoux, E.F.,Geology and ground-water resources of Outagamie County Wisconsin. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper Page. Optimization of ground-water withdrawal in the lower Fox River communities, Wisconsin,Water-Resources Investigations Report Magnitude and frequency of floods in Washington,Water-Resources Investigations Report “Optimization of Ground-Water Withdrawal in the Lower Fox River Communities, Wiscon-sin” (Walkeret al., ).
The report showed that the aquifer could continue to supply an adequate quantity of water through the inter-connection of existing wells with strategically-placed new wells, using predetermined pumping rates.
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