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Elements needed in design of a ground-water-quality monitoring network in the Hawaiian Islands

K. J. Takasaki

Elements needed in design of a ground-water-quality monitoring network in the Hawaiian Islands

by K. J. Takasaki

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Hawaii
    • Subjects:
    • Groundwater -- Pollution -- Hawaii -- Measurement.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 11.

      Statementprepared in cooperation with Department of Health, State of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii, by K. J. Takasaki.
      SeriesGeological Survey water-supply paper ;, 2041
      ContributionsHawaii. Dept. of Health.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD224.H3 T34
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 23 p. :
      Number of Pages23
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5016569M
      LC Control Number76608332

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      The U.S. Geological Survey’s Toxic Substances Hydrology Program (Toxics Program) is developing information and tools on emerging water-quality issues that will be used to design and improve water-quality monitoring and assessment programs of the USGS and others, and for proactive decision-making by industry, regulators, the research community. Full text of "Technical guide to Managing Ground Water Resources" See other formats.


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Elements needed in design of a ground-water-quality monitoring network in the Hawaiian Islands by K. J. Takasaki Download PDF EPUB FB2

Elements Needed in Design of a Ground-Water-Quality Monitoring Network in the Hawaiian Islands By K. TAKASAKI GEOLOGICAL SURVEY WATER-SUPPLY PAPER Prepared in cooperation with Department of Health, State of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON: Cited by: 7. The elements needed in the design of a ground-water-quality monitoring network in the Hawaiian Islands are described and summarized.

The elements are given by geohydrologie units which represent areas where there are similarities in the occurrence of ground water or in the geology pertinent to the occurrence of ground water. Get this from a library.

Elements needed in design of a ground-water-quality monitoring network in the Hawaiian Islands. [K J Takasaki; Hawaii. Department of Health.]. New Jersey's Ambient Ground Water Quality Monitoring Network: Status of shallow ground-water quality By Michael E.

Serfes and Raymond Bousenberry, NJDEP/NJGS design, well installation, well maintenance and data interpretation and reporting.

Ground-water quality monitoring network design is defined as the selec­ tion of sampling points and (temporal) sampling frequency to determine physical, chemical, and biological characteristics. MS Book and Mineral Company USGS Water Supply Papers Catalog, # to # Home Page: K.

/ ELEMENTS NEEDED IN DESIGN OF A GROUND WATER QUALITY MONITORING NETWORK IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,cl, 23 pages, 5 plates (in pocket), 10 figs., $ The National Ground-Water Monitoring Network (NGWMN) is a compilation of selected wells monitoring groundwater aquifers all around the nation.

The NGWMN Data Portal brings groundwater data together in one place to provide users with current and reliable information for the planning, management, and development of groundwater resources. water in the State, effective monitoring programs are needed. One such program is the New Jersey Ambient Ground Water Quality Monitoring Network (NJAG-WQMN).

The NJAGWQMN is comprised of wells (fig. 1) and is a cooperative project of the New Jersey. HAWAII Ground-Water Quality Hawaii consists of islands, shoals, and reefs (fig. The State extends more than 1, miles across the central Pacific Ocean, and occupies 6, mi2 (square miles) in a northwest to southeast orientation.

The eight major islands, comprising per­Author: Johnson J.S. Yee. New Jersey Ambient Ground Water Quality Monitoring Network: Status of shallow ground-water quality, - Figure 2. John Curran and Gregg Steidl of the New Jersey Geological Survey demonstrating the setup and installation of an AGWQMN well.

Figure 1. Location of wells in the ambi-ent ground water quality monitoring network and. Design of Ground Water Monitoring Quality Networks. problem is then constructed to analyze the effect that different estimation procedures have on extending the design of a monitoring network.

Results of this analysis indicate that although different parametric estimation procedures can produce significantly different parameter estimates Author: J. Tracy, T. Van Lent, M. Mariño. chemical characteristics of a water sample with water quality guidelines or standards. Although many uses have some common requirements for certain variables, each use will have its own demands and influences on water quality.

Water quality is neither a static condition of a system, nor can it be defined by the measurement of only one parameter. Idaho Statewide Ground Water Quality Monitoring Program I I I Through the prototype monito1ing done init becm11e clear ce1tain network design elements were c1itical.

In particular, the network design required a statistical frmnework so data could be used to Idaho Statewide Ground Water Quality Monitoring Program Summary of.

Monitoring regional ground-water quality--statistical considerations and description of a monitoring network in Kansas [T. Spruill] on cie-du-scenographe.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(2). A ground-water-quality monitoring network is being designed for Idaho.

The primary objectives of the network are to (1) determine the present quality of the State's ground water, (2) provide continual monitoring of groundwater quality for water-management purposes, and (3) serve as a warning system of undesirable changes in ground-water quality.

In response, EPA conducted a workshop in to discuss development of a minimum set of data elements for ground water quality.2 The goals of the workshop participants were to a) achieve consensus on a minimum set of data elements that would facilitate the collection and sharing of ground water and related data across agencies and b) identify.

The Minimum Set of Data Elements for Ground Water Quality (continued) Geographic Descriptors (continued) 9. Slate FIPS Code - A Federal Information Processing Standard (FTPS) alphabetic or numeric code to indicate the location of the State (or its equivalent such as territory or province) in which the well is located.

The opinion of the Task Committee on Ground-Water Quality Monitoring Network Design is that as there continues to be advances in hydrogeochemistry, ground-water hydrology, and risk and.

Discussion of “Review of Ground‐Water Quality Monitoring Network Design” by Hugo A. Loaiciga, Randall J. Charbeneau, Lorne G. Everett, Graham E. Fogg, Benjamin. Ground‐water quality monitoring network design is defined as the selection of sampling sites and (temporal) sampling frequency to determine physical, chemical, and biological properties of ground water.

The main approaches to ground‐water quality monitoring network design. GWQM - Ground-Water Quality Monitoring. Looking for abbreviations of GWQM?

It is Ground-Water Quality Monitoring. Ground-Water Quality Monitoring listed as GWQM. Ground-to-Air Broadcast Network; ground-to-air communications; Ground-to-Air Missile; Ground-to-Air Pilotless Aircraft; Ground-to-Air Transmit & Receive.Part of the Water Quality Assurance Act requires Florida DER to "establish a ground water quality monitoring network designed to detect and predict contamination of the State's ground water resources" via collaborative efforts with other state and federal agencies.

Each of the major islands in the Hawaiian chain is formed from one or.Administrative Rules of the Department of Land and Natural Resources require the Commission on Water Resource Management to develop minimum standards for the construction, modification, repair/maintenance, and sealing/abandonment of wells in order to protect the quality and quantity of Hawaii's ground-water resources.