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Feasibility of using ground water as a supplemental supply for Brooklyn and Queens, New York
Herbert T. Buxton
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Coram, N.Y, Denver, CO
Written in English
|Statement||by Herbert T. Buxton, Douglas A. Smolensky, and Peter K. Shernoff ; prepared in cooperation with the New York City Department of Environmental Protection and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 98-4070.|
|Contributions||Smolensky, Douglas A., Shernoff, Peter K., New York (N.Y.). Dept. of Environmental Protection., New York (State). Dept. of Environmental Conservation., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 33 p. :|
|Number of Pages||33|
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FEASIBILITY OF USING GROUND WATER AS A SUPPLEMENTAL SUPPLY FOR BROOKLYN AND QUEENS, NEW YORK Water-Resources Investigations Report Prepared in cooperation with the NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND THE NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATIONCited by: 4.
Feasibility of using ground water as a supplemental supply for Brooklyn and Queens, New York Water-Resources Investigations Report By: H.T. Buxton, D.A. Smolensky, and P.K. Shernoff. Get this from a library. Feasibility of using ground water as a supplemental supply for Brooklyn and Queens, New York.
[Herbert T Buxton; Douglas A Smolensky; Peter K Shernoff; New York (N.Y.). Department of Environmental Protection.; New York (State).
Department of Environmental Conservation.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. The Brooklyn-Queens Aquifer Feasibility Study is a multi-phase project to explore the use of groundwater to supplement New York City’s drinking water supply.
Sponsored by DEP, the project is also addressing groundwater flooding and the remediation of the West Side. The potential effects of using ground water as a supplemental source of supply in Kings and Queens Counties were evaluated through a 4-layer finite-difference ground-water-flow model with a uniform grid spacing of 1, feet.
Hydraulic properties and boundary conditions of an existing regional ground-water-flow model of Long Island with a uniform grid spacing of 4, feet were refined for use.
Simulation of the effects of development of the ground-water flow system of Long Island, New York. of the island's hydrologic environment and maintenance of a reliable source of water supply. Apr 07, · NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION BROOKLYN-QUEENS AQUIFER FEASIBILITY STUDY CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING: April 7, MINUTES The 29th meeting of the Brooklyn-Queens Aquifer (BQA) Feasibility Study Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) was held on Thursday, April 7, at the Hillside Manor Comprehensive Care.
Nov 27, · NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION BROOKLYN-QUEENS AQUIFER FEASIBILITY STUDY PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING – November 27, reservoir water to supplement New York City’s water supply.
Wells at Station 24, located at DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Brooklyn-Queens Aquifer Feasibility Study. Sep 08, · NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION BROOKLYN-QUEENS AQUIFER FEASIBILITY STUDY CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING: September 8, MINUTES The 32nd meeting of the Brooklyn-Queens Aquifer (BQA) Feasibility Study Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) was held on Thursday, September 8, at the Hillside Manor.
New York City between the s and the s developed the largest and, some would argue, the best urban water supply system in the world in terms of quality, reliability, and innovative management. The Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) reflects a new era of creative management in response to the.
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Title: Map of New York City's Water Supply System. Simulation of Ground-Water Flow and Pumpage in Kings and Queens Counties, Long Island, New York By Paul E. Misut and Jack Monti Jr. Abstract The potential effects of using ground water as a supplemental source of supply in Kings and Queens Counties were evaluated through a 4-layer finite-difference ground-water-flow model with a uniform grid.
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 Although the precise boundary is debated, Upstate New York excludes New York City and Long Island, and most definitions of the region exclude all or. Oct 17, · Internet Arcade. Top Ground water in Bronx, New York, and Richmond Counties with summary data on Kings and Queens Counties, New York City, New York Item Preview 1 bull_gw_pdf.
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Technical Report.Mar 24, · Brooklyn’s transition to a larger public water system was not without its hiccups, however. One of the arguments for the City of Brooklyn to consolidate with the City of New York in was its need for a larger water supply, but it would be years before the borough would get it.Water-supply -- Southwestern States.
See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Water-supply; Southwestern States; Filed under: Water-supply -- Southwestern Sta.