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Construction, geologic log, and aquifer tests of the northwest Kilohana monitor well (State well 2-0126-01), Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii

Stephen B. Gingerich

Construction, geologic log, and aquifer tests of the northwest Kilohana monitor well (State well 2-0126-01), Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in Honolulu, Hawaii, Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Monitoring wells -- Hawaii -- Kauai,
  • Hydrogeology -- Hawaii -- Kauai

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Stephen B. Gingerich and Scott K. Izuka ; prepared in cooperation with the County of Kauai, Department of Water
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 97-40
    ContributionsIzuka, Scot K, Kauai County (Hawaii). Dept. of Water, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13627682M
    OCLC/WorldCa45084197

    Climate Change. Addressing climate change presents residents, businesses, nonprofits, and municipalities a chance to create, evolve, and maintain a sustainable environment, a robust economy, and a higher quality of life today and tomorrow.   OCHOA SERIES. Overlying the Guadalupe series is a thick mass of strata, consisting largely of evaporites, which forms the Ochoa series. 8 This series is exposed in the Gypsum Plain and Rustler Hills east of the Delaware and Guadalupe Mountains (fig. 2), and only a small thickness of its basal beds is present in the area of this report. (pl. 3). the results of water-quality tests. If a parameter exceeds the set standard, contact the KCC or KDHE (contact information is included at the end of the circular). Post-Testing Due to the variable rate at which water travels through an aquifer, there is no set recommended time frame in which to retest a water supply or monitoring well.   AAPG is a pillar of the world-wide scientific community. Our books foster timely scientific research, advance the science of geology and promote the most efficient methods of energy exploration & processing technology and practices available today. Some of the areas we publish in include: Well Log Analysis Geological Modeling Carbonate Petrology.

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Construction, geologic log, and aquifer tests of the northwest Kilohana monitor well (State well 2-0126-01), Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii by Stephen B. Gingerich Download PDF EPUB FB2

Construction, geologic log, and aquifer tests of the northwest kilohana monitor well (state well ), lihue, kauai, hawaii u.s. geological survey open-file report prepared geologic log cooperation with the county of kauai department of water.

CONSTRUCTION, GEOLOGIC LOG, AND AQUIFER TESTS OF THE NORTHWEST KILOHANA MONITOR WELL (STATE WELL ), LIHUE, KAUAI, HAWAII By Stephen B. Gingerich and Scot K. Izuka U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with the COUNTY OF KAUAI DEPARTMENT OF WATER Honolulu, Hawaii Cited by: 1.

Construction, geologic log, and aquifer tests of the geologic log Kilohana Monitor well (State well ), Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii Open-File Report By: S.B. Gingerich and S.K. Izuka. Get this from a library. Construction, geologic log, and aquifer tests of the northwest Kilohana monitor well (State well ), Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii.

[Stephen B Gingerich; Scot K Izuka; Kauai County (Hawaii). Department of Water.; Geological Survey (U.S.)].

CONSTRUCTION, GEOLOGIC LOG, AND AQUIFER TESTS OF THE PUKAKI RESERVOIR MONITOR WELL (STATE WELL ), LIHUE, KAUAI, HAWAII By Scot K.

Izuka and Stephen B. Gingerich U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with the COUNTY OF KAUAI DEPARTMENT OF WATER Honolulu, Hawaii Cited by: 1. CONSTRUCTION, GEOLOGIC LOG, AND AQUIFER TESTS OF THE PUAKUKUI SPRINGS MONITOR WELL (STATE WELL ), LIHUE, KAUAI, HAWAII By Stephen B.

Gingerich and Scot K. Izuka U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with the COUNTY OF KAUAI DEPARTMENT OF WATER Honolulu, Hawaii Construction and Geologic Log of the South Wailua Monitor Well (State Well ), Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii By Scot K.

Izuka and Stephen B. Gingerich Abstract The South Wailua monitor well, located in the Lihue basin near the western slope of Kalepa Ridge, was drilled in to study the hydrology and geology in an area where no other well infor­.

Construction, geologic log, and aquifer tests of the Hanamaulu monitor well (State Well 2––08) Construction, geologic log, and aquifer tests of the Northeast Kilohana monitor well. Borehole geophysics is the science of recording and analyzing measurements of physical properties made in wells or test holes.

Probes that measure different properties are lowered into the borehole to collect continuous or point data that is graphically displayed as a geophysical log. The depth to the water table can change (rise or fall) depending on the time of year. During the late winter and spring when accumulated snow starts to melt and spring rainfall is plentiful, water on the surface infiltrates into the ground and the water table rises.

When water-loving plants start to grow again in the spring and precipitation gives way to hot, dry summers, the. Any water well construction activities must be performed only by a licensed C Water Well Contractor and must meet applicable local and state well standards. Installation, repair, or replacement of a well pump must be performed by a person who possesses a valid C, C or Class A contractor’s license.

Construction, Geologic Log, and Aquifer Tests of the Northwest Kilohana Monitor Well (State well ), Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii By Gingerich, S.B., and Izuka, S.K.

Open-File Report Construction, Geologic Log, and Aquifer Tests of the Puakukui Springs Monitor Well (State well ), Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii. TITLE: GEOLOGIC LOGGING CATEGORY: GEO REVISED: March 1. Introduction Geologic logging involves keeping detailed records during the drilling of boreholes, the installation of monitoring wells, and the excavation of test pits, and entering the geologic de­ scriptions of the soil and rock samples recovered on a standardized form.

geologic map, preliminary data input into the Geologic Assessment Table, notes, photographs and/or sketches should be made while in the field. These data may be used and included in your final report. Research information Published reports and maps of area geology.

geologic data obtained by the Burcnu of Reclamation. The manual establishes common guidelines, procedures, and concepts for the collection, evaluation, and presen­ tation of geologic i.¢onnation. The analyai.l. of geologic conditions, the preparation of designs and specifications, and effective construction monitoring and use of geo­.

Hydrologists estimate the volume of water stored underground by measuring water levels in local wells and by examining geologic records from well-drilling to determine the extent, depth and thickness of water-bearing sediments and rocks.

Before an investment is made in full-sized wells, hydrologists may supervise the drilling of test wells. The majority of books on log analysis focus on the reservoir engineering properties of formations penetrated in the borehole.

The promise of potential porous and hydrocarbon-saturated rocks generally pays for both the hole and the logging run.

There are many examples of common log. results of a multiple-well aquifer test are similar to a single-well aquifer test done in the same area indicating that the single-well aquifer-test results are reasonable. The results show that transmissivity in the Lihue basin ranges over several orders of magni­ tude, 42 to 7, square feet per day, but is gener­.

GEOLOGIC INTERPHETATION FHOM WELL LOGS _INTHODUCTION The purpose of this manual is to compile under one cover the principles of well log correlation, together with examples of lithologic interpretation and expressions of stratigraphic and structural features which can sometimes be recognized on well logs.

KGS Open-file ReportKansas River Alluvial Aquifer: Water Use and Real-Time Monitoring, Guide for Field Trip, MaGeological Society of America, Joint Section Meeting, Manhattan, Kansas, by Donald O. Whittemore, Brownie Wilson, and James J.

Butler, Jr. The injection system presently consists of injection Well A, injection well B, and 2 deep monitor wells all completed open hole in the lower limestone of the Floridan aquifer and one shallow.

TABLE OF CONTENTS (Continued) PAGE Transient (Non-Equilibrium, Non-Steady) Methods Conducting An Aquifer Characteristics Test Test Design and Analysis Slug Tests Field Permeameter Test Laboratory Tests Index Tests Permeability Tests HEALTH AND SAFETY WITH RESPECT TO.

Because it is UNCORRECTED material, please consider the following text as a useful but insufficient proxy for the authoritative book pages. Geologic Problems and Consequences in Construction In the most general and simplified sense, the major problem during con- struction is â ¢groundâ ¢ (i.e.

rock or soil) behaving differently than. water could be pumped directly into the lake; (2) install a test well (site LV-1, fig. 1) about 2, feet north-northwest of the emergency supply well; and (3) drill a test hole south and north (sites andrespectively, fig.

1) of the two test wells to help better define the extent and characteristics of the sand and gravel units. Geologic logs are prepared from examination of drill cuttings (samples). Well drillers are usually required to submit drill cuttings to WGNHS for wells which are: (1) high capacity (>70 gallons per minute), such as irrigation or industrial wells, OR (2) public water supply wells, such as those for municipalities, schools, parks, or waysides.

Conduct simple (index) tests during investigation 5. Assess hydrogeologic conditions 6. Extract samples of geologic units and groundwater for laboratory testing 7. Install instrumentation.

To monitor time dependent changes in sub-surface conditions; Spatial Coverage. explanations of technical, geologic terms, including those used on the Map Unit Properties Table.

Additionally, a geologic timescale (fig. 21) shows the chronological arrangement of major geologic events, with the oldest events and time units at the bottom and the youngest at the top.

Over time local contractors will gain an amazing knowledge of the regional geology and the construction methods that are the most effective. For instance, in one area I worked there was an extensive volcanic tuff that was very difficult to rip or blast.

Below is an example of a well-presented boring log. Note that the log presents the. 45) in the Lockhart Root permit 2 well in northeastern Eddy County (stratigraphic section 7, T. 17 S., R. 30 E.) can be correlated in a series of wells from the Lockhart well to the Kinkaid and Watson Stanolind-Federal 1 (sec.

3, T. 20 S., R. 25 E.) (fig. 17); the latter was drilled on the outcrop of the Queen Formation (Dane and Bachman, ). @article{osti_, title = {Geological well log analysis.

Third ed}, author = {Pirson, S J}, abstractNote = {Until recently, well logs have mainly been used for correlation, structural mapping, and quantitive evaluation of hydrocarbon bearing formations. This third edition of Geologic Well Log Analysis, however, describes how well logs can be used for geological studies and mineral.

When completed, the well will be about 1, feet deep. The purpose of this test well is to gain knowledge about the regional-scale Floridan aquifer, an important source of ground water in the area. Also, cores obtained during drilling will enable geologists to study the last 60 million years of Earth his-tory in this area.

The response of a fully penetrating well to a slug test in a confined aquifer can be described by a single differential equation that is valid for any degree of damping.

A technical report can provide a description of the geological characteristics of a specific area or region. Geological reports may be very detailed or brief, depending on the project and its level of complexity.

Professional geological engineers write reports about observations and investigations. Students can also. test borings and laboratory analysis to characterize site geology. Applicable sections of the geotechnical study report dated Octoare included in Appendix A.

Locally, based on published geologic literature and boring logs, the geologic stratigraphy from. Analysis of geophysical logs at a Lloyd aquifer test well (Q) at John F. Kennedy International Airport from indicates that about 80 percent of the Lloyd aquifer was intruded with saltwater (fig.

Engineering Geology Logging, Sampling, and Testing Chapter 5 5–2 (–VI–NEH, Amend. 55, January ) involved in geologic investigations that involve trench-ing or pitting. Test holes should be covered each day and plugged level with the surface when the site investigation is completed.

An open hole is a potential danger to people and. Water Resources of the Dakota Aquifer in Kansas, by Donald O. Whittemore, P. Allen Macfarlane, and Blake B. Wilson KGS Educational Series 10 Kansas Ground Water--An Introduction to the State's Water Quantity, Quality, and Management Issues. The log is terminated by calibration data associated with the tests on the tools run in this borehole.

Example: A Wildcat Triple Combo Logging Run. The Bill Barrett Corporation wildcat # Helman P was drilled as an exploration hole in Sherman County, western Kansas in search of commercial gas production from the Cretaceous Niobrara Chalk.

Borehole Deviation 4. Aquifer Test Methods Ground-Water Level/Pressure Measurement Steel Tape Electric Probe Air line Pressure Transducers Audible Methods Ultrasonic Float Methods Electromechanical Artesian Aquifer Measurement In Situ Piezometers Hydraulic Conductivity (Shallow Water Table) Auger Hole Method.

data including well log, seismic, geologic information and production data. Most reservoir modeling occurs in a two step process. First, geoscientists build a model that honors all of the static information (well log, seismic, and geology).

Then, the model is passed to the petroleum engineer to “history match” the model by changing properties. The tags provide information about well location, landowner's name, measuring agency, measurement access, obstructions, the quality of the water line, oil on water, remarks, depth to water in the current year, depth to water in the two previous years, date, and measurer identification.

Geological Monitoring Book The Geologic Resources Division of the National Park Service initiated and funded the development of a geologic monitoring manual to provide guidance for resource managers seeking to establish the status and trends of geologic resources within the National Park System, and to further the understanding of how geologic processes impact dynamic ecosystems.monitor the condition of well tubing and casing, include: Well construction information and well schematics are in Appendix B of this plan.

Surficial Aquifer Monitoring Well Locations. Well FG-1 is a dedicated well drilled for the purposes of the FutureGen Project. FGP-1 through FGP are local landowners’ wells.