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Computation of rate and volume of stream depletion by wells
C. T. Jenkins
|Other titles||Hydrologic analysis and interpretation.|
|Statement||by C.T. Jenkins.|
|Series||Techniques of water-resources investigations of the United States Geological Survey -- bk. 4, ch. D1., Techniques of water-resource investigations of the United States Geological Survey -- bk. 4, ch. D1.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 17 p. :|
|Number of Pages||17|
Barlow, P.M., , Documentation of computer program STRMDEPL—A program to calculate streamflow depletion by wells using analytical solutions, in Zarriello, P.J., and Ries, K.G., III, A Precipitation Runoff Model for Analysis of the Effects of Water Withdrawals on Streamflow, Ipswich River Basin, Massachusetts: U.S. Geological Survey Water. Computation of rate and volume of stream depletion by wells, by C. T. Jenkins: USGS— TWRI Book 4, Chapter D1. 17 pages. 5-A1. Methods for determination of inorganic substances in water and fluvial sediments, by M.J. Fishman and L. C. Friedman, editors: USGS— TWRI Book 5, File Size: KB.
The Web-Based STRMDEPL08 evaluates four analytical solutions that simulate streamflow depletion by a nearby pumping well. It is based on STRMDEPL08 (Reeves, ) and the earlier STRMDEPL (Barlow, ).These two earlier programs are written in . Streamflow Depletion by Wells-Understanding and Managing the Effects of Groundwater Pumping on Streamflow. Back to Fall Newsletter. Groundwater provides drinking water for millions of Americans and is the primary source of water to irrigate cropland in .
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COMPUTATION OF RATE AND VOLUME OF STREAM DEPLETION BY WELLS. The usefulness of the t,ools presented in this report will depend to a large extent on the de- gree to which the user recognizes departures from ideal conditions, and on how well he under- stands the effects of these departures on streamFile Size: 1MB.
When field conditions approach certain assumed conditions, the depletion in flow of a nearby stream caused by pumping a well can be calculated readily by using dimensionless curves and tables. Computations can be made of (1) the rate of stream depletion at any time during the pumping period or the following nonpumping period, (2) the volume of water induced from the stream during any period.
Get this from a library. Computation of rate and volume of stream depletion by wells. [C T Jenkins; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Computation of Rate and Volume of Stream Depletion by Wells U.S. Geological Survey, Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations, Book 4, Chapter D1 By C.T.
Jenkins. Techniques for Computing Rate and Volume of Stream Depletion by Wells Article in Ground Water 6(2) - 46 July with 81 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The effects on flow of a nearby stream from pumping a well can be calculated readily using dimensionless curves and tables.
Computations can be made of: (1) The rate of stream depletion at any time during the pumping period or after the cessation of pumping; (2) The volume induced from the stream during any time, both during pumping or after the cessation of pumping; and (3) The effects, Author: C.T.
Jenkins. analytical technique provided equations to calculate the rate and residual rate (Jenkins,p. 16, eqn. 5) and volume and residual volume (Jenkins,p. 17, eqn. 10) of stremn depletion by pumping wells. Rates and volumes of stremn depletion are calculated for given pumping ratesFile Size: KB.
''Computation of rate and volume of stream depletion by wells.'' Techniques of water resource investigation, Book 4, Chapter D-1, USGS. River Depletion Resulting From Pumping a Well Near a RiverAuthor: Sushil K. Singh. Jenkins, C.T.,Computation of rate and volume of stream depletion by wells: U.S.
Geological Survey Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations, book 4, chap. D1, 17 p. Reeves, H.W.,STRMDEPL08—An extended version of STRMDEPL with additional analytical solutions to calculate streamflow depletion by nearby pumping wells: U.S.
Drawdown and Stream Depletion Produced by Pumping in the Vicinity of a Finite-Width Stream of Shallow Penetration.
by James J. Butler, Jr., and Ming-Shu Tsou, Kansas Geological Survey, and Vitaly A. Zlotnik and Huihua Huang University of Nebraska, Lincoln Prepared for Presentation at Spring AGU Meeting, Boston, MA June 3, KGS Open-file. Analysis showed that the volume of stream depletion over a cycle ending at time t, is the same as the volume of stream depletion between the start of pumping and time t by a single period of pumping.
Analysis also showed that under some circumstances, approximating the effects of cyclic pumping by a steady, continuous pumping at the equivalent Cited by: In river basins with several tributaries, wells in alluvial valleys are often located near the wedge-shaped confluence of two tributaries.
Therefore, stream depletion characteristics, namely stream depletion rate (SDR) and stream depletion volume (SDV), induced by the pumping wells are distributed between two tributaries upstream from the by: Stream Depletion by Groundwater Pumping in Leaky Aquifers Vitaly A.
Zlotnik1 and Daniel M. Tartakovsky2 Abstract: We present a simple approach to assess stream depletion by groundwater pumping in aquifers with leakage from an underlying source bed.
The hydrogeological setting consists of a leaky aquifer that is hydraulically connected to a stream of shallow penetration. Well B's impact on the tributary is less than that of well A; the depletion potential of the well to the tributary is (i.e., the rate of streamflow depletion in the tributary will be 25% of the pumping rate of the well and the remaining 75% occurs along the main stem and other tributaries to the river).Cited by: 6.
River recharge is one of the important factors affecting the yield of nearby wells. The mathematical complexities of the existing methods in computation of rate and volume of stream depletion can be very much simplified through numerical methods without loss of much accuracy.
Stream depletion rate and volume from groundwater pumping in wedge-shape aquifers Hund-Der Yeh a,*, Ya-Chi Chang a, Vitaly A.
Zlotnik b a Institute of Environmental Engineering, National Chiao-Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan b Department of Geosciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA Received 12 August ; received in revised form 10 November ; accepted Stream depletion, which is the reduction in flow rate of a stream or river due to the extraction of groundwater in a hydraulically connected stream-aquifer system, is often estimated using numerical models.
The accuracy of these models depends on the appropriate parameterization of aquifer and streambed hydraulic properties. Streambed conductance is a parameter that relates the head Cited by: C.T.
Jenkins, in Computation of Rate and Volume of Stream Depletion by Wells. Techniques of Water Resources Investigations. Book 4, Chapter D-1 (USGS, ) Google ScholarAuthor: R. Sahay. The dependence of stream depletion by seasonal pumping on various hydraulic characteristics and engineering factors, Hydrogeol.
J.,vol. 21, no. 8, pp. – doi: /s CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 1. U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Circular Groundwater Resources Program Streamflow Depletion by Wells—Understanding and Managing the Effects of Groundwater.
Streamflow Depletion by Wells, Understanding and Managing the Effects of Groundwater Pumping on Streamflow: Usgs Circular [Barlow, Paul M., Leake, Stanley a., U. S. Department of the Interior, United] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Streamflow Depletion by Wells, Understanding and Managing the Effects of Groundwater Pumping on Streamflow: Usgs Circular Authors: Paul M. Barlow, Stanley a. Leake.(A) Suitable equations and graphical techniques that are described in pertinent publications (such as “Computation of Rate and Volume of Stream Depletion by Wells,” by C.T.
Jenkins, in Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations of the United States Geological Survey: Book 4, Chapter D1). Flow Depletion Induced by Pumping Well from Finite Length of Stream repeated computation of stream flow depletion is required; use of the proposed approximation simplifies the computation.
Access content Rate and Volume of Stream Flow Depletion due to Unsteady Pumping.