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A Description of hydrogeologic units in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Portland, Or, Denver, CO
Written in English
|Statement||by R.D. Swanson ... [et al.] ; prepared in cooperation with city of Portland Bureau of Water Works, Intergovernmental Resource Center, and Oregon Water Resources Department|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 90-4196|
|Contributions||Swanson, R. D, Portland (Or.). Water Bureau, Intergovernmental Resource Center (Wash.), Oregon. Water Resources Dept, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 envelope (1 v., 10 maps) :|
|Number of Pages||10|
“Description of the Groundwater Flow System in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington”, U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Water Supply Paper A, by McFarland, William D. and David S. Morgan, A. The petitioned area is within Clark County, Washington, which is a part of the southernmost boundary of the state, along the Columbia River. CH2MHill, , Interim Removal Action Measure Report, Portland, Oregon, Prepared for Pacific Carbide and Alloys, July CH2MHill, , Feasibility Study, Portland Oregon, Prepared for Pacific Carbide and Alloys, July City of Portland, , , Salmonid Distribution in the City of Portland, available at.
Hydrogeologic information is available from existing U.S. Geological Survey Reports (A Description of Hydrogeologic Units in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington, Water-Resources Investigation Report ); U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service (Soil Survey of Clark County, Washington, ); Clark. The Portland area is the most seismically active region in Oregon in historical on the year historic record, six earthquakes of Richter magnitude (M L) 5 or greater have occurred within the metropolitan area including the damaging M L 5 Portland and M L Scotts Mills earthquakes (Bott and Wong, ), the latter causing US$30 million in damage to buildings and.
Synopsis. The northeast-striking Grant Butte fault forms the southern margin of the Portland basin; this basin may be a right-lateral pull-apart basin in the forearc of the Cascadia subduction zone or a piggyback synclinal basin formed between antiformal uplifts of the Portland fold belt. Estimation of ground-water recharge from precipitation, runoff into drywells, and on-site waste-disposal systems in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington. The average recharge rate in the Portland Basin, in northwestern Oregon and southwestern Washington, is estimated to be .
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A description of hydrogeologic units in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington Water-Resources Investigations Report By: R.D. Swanson, W.D. McFarland, J.B. Gonthier. A Description of hydrogeologic units in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington (SuDoc I /) [U.S.
Geological Survey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : U.S. Geological Survey. Eight major hydrogeologic units were mapped in the Portland Basin.
From oldest to youngest these units include: older rocks, sand and gravel aquifer, confining unit 2, Troutdale sandstone aquifer, confining unit 1, consolidated gravel aquifer, and an unconsolidated sedimentary rock aquifer.
The eighth unit is an undifferentiated fine-grained unitCited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Description of hydrogeologic units in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Oregon and Washington book (OCoLC) Material Type. Additional Physical Format: Paper version: Swanson, R.
A Description of hydrogeologic units in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington (OCoLC) A description of hydrogeologic units in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington. Name(s): Swanson, R. D Description of hydrogeologic units in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington. Identifier: (OCoLC) Description of the Ground-Water Flow System in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington By William D.
McFarland and David S. Morgan Abstract An increasing dependence on ground-water resources in the Portland Basin has made it neces sary for State and local governments to evaluate the capability of the ground-water system to meet. of Blue Lake, and dips or deepens to the west towards the center of the Portland basin.
Recharge occurs from vertical leakage through the overlying confining unit, at outcrops near the basin margins to the south and east of Portland, and through a hydraulic connection with the.
The Portland Basin: A (big) river runs through itA description of hydrogeologic units in the Portland Basin, Once in western Oregon and Washington (Fig.
South of the Puget Lowland and Cascade Range, the Portland Basin marks the northern terminus of the Willamette Lowland in Oregon. Located in western Clark County, the northern portion of the Portland Basin is known for its low topographic relief.
The Columbia River has carved a channel through the current-day basin near Vancouver, WA. The thickest accumulations occur in the structural basins (e.g., Portland Basin > m thick; Tualatin Basin > m thick; Willamette Basin > m thick; Stayton Basin m thick).
For a more comprehensive description and discussion of these sediments, the reader is referred to Tolan and Beeson (), Niem et al. (), Yeats et al. ( The lithology, thickness, and extent of eight distinct hydrogeologic units are described and mapped within the study area.
These units underlie the East Portland area of northwestern Oregon. The thickness, extent, and top of each unit are shown on contour maps at scales ofTheir stratigraphic relations are displayed on a diagrammatic cross section.
Hydrogeologic Units in the Portland Basin, Oregon and W ashington: U.S. Geological Survey W ater-Resources Investigations Report56 p., 10 sheets, scaleThis study can be.
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Hydrogeologic Units in the Portland Basin, Oregon, and Washington. U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, DC. Water Resources Investigations Report References Cited Created. major influence on the geology of the basin. Portland, Oregon, geology by tram, train, and foot by Ian P. Madin Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries, NE Oregon Street #28, SuitePortland, Oregon R a n g e Washington Canada North American Plate Portland Basin Nevada C o t n g s C n a s c a d e s e a.
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An increasing dependence on ground-water resources in the Portland Basin has made it necessary for State and local governments to evaluate the capability of the ground-water system to meet present and future demands for water. This report describes the regional ground-water system and provides a conceptualization of the aquifer system.
Aquifer geometry, recharge, ground-water flow directions.HYDROGEOLOGIC SETTING The Portland basin is a northwest-trending structural basin filled with nearly m of sediments underlain by volcanic and marine sedimentary rocks.
The basin-fill sediments (Holocene-Miocene) are the most widely used and most productive aquifers in the basin .description of hydrogeologic units in the Portland Basin, Oregon and Washington.
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