Hydrogeological data collected from a test well in Barceloneta, Puerto Rico

by Carlos Conde-Costas

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  data (TSM and CHL concentration). Sample description The island of Puerto Rico will be divided into four sections, North, South, East, and West to carry out the sampling of the plumes. Two rivers from North and South were designated. The Río Grande de Arecibo and Río La Plata in the North, and Río Jacaguas and Río Grande de Patillas in the. Torres-González A. Simulation of ground-water flow in the water table aquifer near Barceloneta, Puerto Rico. US Geol Surv Water Resour Invest Rep [Google Scholar] Tucci P, Martínez MI. Hydrology and simulation of ground-water flow in the Aguadilla to Rio Camuy area, Puerto Rico [Google Scholar] Ward WC, Scharlach RA, Hartley JR. DRNA | Navega por el ambiente. phosphorus) in reservoirs of Puerto Rico, and evaluate the phytoplankton diversity in lakes of Puerto Rico linkages with nutrients. A monitoring study was conducted using the complete reservoir (19) monitoring network of Puerto Rico. Several sections within each reservoir were sampled four times per year during the two years duration of this.

This data set is a digital soil survey and generally is the most detailed level of soil geographic data developed by the National Cooperative Soil Survey. The information was prepared by digitizing maps, by compiling information onto a planimetric correct base and digitizing, or by revising digitized maps using remotely sensed and other information.   Data set is not for use in litigation. While efforts have been made to ensure that these data are accurate and reliable within the state of the art, WRI, cannot assume liability for any damages, or misrepresentations, caused by any inaccuracies in the data, or as a result of the data to be used on a particular system. well installation construct each well. Great care is taken to insure that the materials used for constructing the monitoring wells are free from any external contaminant sources. The ultimate goal for every groundwater monitoring well is to obtain groundwater samples representative of . Converse-Murdock in A seven-hour pump test was conducted on Well No. 2 on April 20 at a constant rate of 55 gpm (gallons per minute) and Well No. 1 was subjected to a hour pump test at a constant rate of 90 gpm commencing on Aug However, these pump tests were not.

Data from the National Wetlands Inventory (NWI) for the coastal plain of Puerto Rico, published in draft form in (based on , CIR photography), were also used as a supplementary data source, particularly for mangrove areas and tidal flats. The Laguna de Las Salinas is a shallow, hectare, hypersaline lagoon (depth less than 1 meter) in the municipio of Ponce, located on the southern coastal plain of Puerto Rico. Hydrologic, water-quality, and biological data in the lagoon were collected between January and September to establish baseline conditions. During the study period, rainfall was about 1, millimeters, with. Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Puerto Rico, were analyzed in order to understand the main processes and sources that control their chemistry. Three sites were used: El Verde Field Station ( m asl), Bisley ( m asl), and East Peak ( m asl). Bulk rainwater samples were collected from all sites, and cloud water was also collected .

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Hydrogeological Data Collected from a Test Well in Barceloneta, Puerto Rico By Carlos Conde-Costas Abstract A test well was drilled and installed into the north coast limestone sequence in Barceloneta, Puerto Rico, during September and November Water-quality, geologic, and hydraulic data were collected during drilling of this test : Carlos Conde-Costas.

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Hartley2, and Arturo Torres-Gonzalez1 ABSTRACT Test well NC-5 was drilled in the municipality of Barceloneta, as part of a study of the aquifers in the Northern Coastal Province of Puerto : Jesús Rodríguez-Martínez, John L. Hartley, Arturo Torres-Gonzalez. Hydrogeological data collected from a test well in Barceloneta, Puerto Rico [microform] / by Carlos Cond Sedimentation survey of Lago Dos Bocas, Puerto Rico, June [microform] / by Ferdinand Quiñones, Fr El libro de Puerto Rico = The book of Porto Rico / E.

Fernandez Garcia, editor ; Francis W. Hoadley, Eug. The USGS annually monitors groundwater levels in thousands of wells in the United States.

Groundwater level data are collected and stored as either discrete field-water-level measurements or as continuous time-series data from automated recorders.

Data from some of the continuous record stations are relayed to USGS offices nationwide through telephone lines or by satellite transmissions.

Hydrogeological map of Viti Levu / this map has been compiled by I.N. Gale, MSc DUC as part of the serie Preliminary hydrogeological map [cartographic material]: [Victoria] / Geological Survey of Victoria ; p Hydrogeological data collected from a test well in Barceloneta, Puerto Rico [microform] / by Carlos Cond.

Real-Time Water Quality Monitoring- The Center has provided technical assistance in siting, testing, data retrieval, and water quality testing.

One focus of the project is to see how water quality changes documented by the sonde can be related to other water quality data, such as: fecal coliform, phosphate, and total suspended solids.

Page Contact Information: Puerto Rico Water Data Maintainer Page Last Modified: EDT caww During rainfall events, the aquifers in Puerto Rico capture a small fraction of the rainfall and sometimes can store it for years. Organic pollutants are degraded over time by microbial and chemical processes.

The shorter the travel time between raindrop and aquifer recharge the greater is the risk of contamination. Existing data from non-pumping observation wells have been used to identify. Hydrogeological data collected from a test well in Barceloneta, Puerto Rico,Open-File Report Schlumberger soundings in the Oasis Valley near.

Puerto Rico is neither a sleepy little Caribbean Island, nor is it a lush tropical paradise, as is sometimes depicted in tourism advertisements. There are places in Puerto Rico where both can be found, but, in fact, Puerto Rico today is the com-mercial engine of the.

The hou rly water level (black) and water temperature (grey) of the Cbgar observati on well in Quebradillas, Puerto Rico from 1 July 2 to 31 December   For more information about observing sites in the area, regardless of if their data was used in this study, please visit NCEI's Climate Data Online.

For detailed information about the stations used in this study, please refer to NOAA Atlas 14 Document. Meteorological Data - Puerto Rico. The metadata lists the format of the daily and hourly files and the time frame in which data was collected. Click on a file name with a ".exe" extension to download a compressed, self-extracting weather station data set and its corresponding metadata file.

assessments inform Puerto Rico’s (d)/(b) Integrated Report. How to Get Involved Recognizing that stakeholders throughout Puerto Rico collect valuable water quality data, the PREQB has established a process that allows groups and individuals to submit information for the Commonwealth to use in its assessment.

Well Test Analysis Techniques. Once fully familiar with the tools, well test analysis can be performed to recover the well and reservoir information from the data.

The Data-Plot will first help you with a qualitative interpretation, giving some indication on skin, permeability-thickness and. With respect to this project, the work included a geological and hydrological characterization of the region, reviewing pumping test data, calculating aquifer properties, developing GIS data-layers, developing a groundwater model to determine the potential extent of the capture zone, and potential sources of contamination that may impact the.

Detailed Description. Snapshots of the four rivers in eastern Puerto Rico whose watersheds were extensively monitored during the year study. Details. 1 Well Testing Analysis Contents Primary Reservoir Characteristics 1/2 Fluid Flow Equations 1/5 Transient Well Testing 1/44 Type Curves 1/64 Pressure Derivative Method 1/72 Interference and Pulse Tests 1/ Injection Well Testing 1/ Simulation of ground-water flow in the water-table aquifer near Barceloneta, Puerto Rico Water-Resources Investigations Report By: Arturo Torres-Gonzalez.

Online Spatial Data; Geology of Puerto Rico. Geologic units and faults from USGS Open File Reportconcerning assessment of the mineral resources of Puerto Rico. View. Show in a web browser window: Puerto Rico. Show in Google Earth or other KML viewer: (uncompressed 24.

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The elevation of each observation well was determined using a self-leveling level. U.S. Geological Survey well number E was used for a reference datum. Survey circuit closure was within ; feet. G We aim to answer a question: how does the evolution of fluvial environment affect to risk of embankments failure in lowland rivers and how can we identify and describe places at risk of levees failure using the remote sensing data.

The study was carried out in the Vistula River valley near Magnuszew (middle Vistula course, central Poland). 24 geological boreholes were drilled to a depth of Geologic units and faults from USGS Open File Reportconcerning assessment of the mineral resources of Puerto Rico: Originators: Bawiec, Walter J.

Publication: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report Metadata: Questions and answers. In the past several years, extensive efforts have been under- taken to remedy the illegal raw discharges along the San Juan beachfront in the East Region. Data collected du-ringand indicate that the water quality along the Condado and Isla Verde areas has been improved to the point of being fit for direct contact recreation.

For each of these, the design and evaluation of test data required the development and use of innovative hydrogeologic techniques. We conceptualized the quarry as a very-wide diameter well. Questions about its sustainable capacity, water quality stability and predictability, and potential to impact nearby wells and streams needed to be assessed.

W NOS Hydrographic Survey, Puerto Rico Mapping Project, Puerto Rico, Metadata Updated: Novem The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has the statutory mandate to collect hydrographic data in support of nautical chart compilation for safe navigation and to provide background data for engineers.

Rodríguez JM, Hartley JR () Geologic and Hydrologic Data Collected at Test Holes NC-6 and NC, Hatillo and Isabela, Northwestern Puerto Rico. US Geol Surv Open-File Rep39 pp Rodríguez JM, Richards RT () Detection of conduit-controlled ground-water flow in northwestern Puerto Rico using aerial photograph interpretation and.

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Mayda Velasco: Trayendo el Universo a Casa.The PRWRERI is a component of the Research and Development Center of the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez.

As such, it acts as official liaison of the University of Puerto Rico with industry and government for all water resources research activities.

The .Puerto Rico is an island between the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean, east of the Dominican Republic. It is located at geographic coordinates: 18 15 N, 66 30 W and has an area of 9, sq km, slightly less than three times the size of Rhode Island.