2 edition of Florida aquifer storage and recovery geochemical study found in the catalog.
Florida aquifer storage and recovery geochemical study
Jonathan D. Arthur
|Statement||by Jonathan D. Arthur, James B. Cowart and Adel A. Dabous.|
|Series||Open file report / Florida Geological Survey -- no. 83, Open file report (Florida Geological Survey) -- no. 83.|
|Contributions||Cowart, James B., Dabous, Adel A., Florida Geological Survey.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
Elevated arsenic concentrations are common in water recovered from aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) systems in west-central Florida that store surface water. Investiga tions of the Suwannee Limestone of the Upper Floridan aquifer, the storage zone for ASR systems, have shown that arsenic is highest in pyrite in zones of high moldic porosity. Geochemical modeling was employed to examine. Increasing water storage is a critical component of the restoration, and the CERP included projects that would drill over aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) wells to store up to billion gallons per day in porous and permeable units in the aquifer system during wet periods for recovery during seasonal or longer-term dry : Paperback.
Geochemical Parameters to Evaluate Aquifer Storage and Recovery Reactions with Native Water and Aquifer Materials (project metadata) Aquifer Storage and Recovery Data (Lake Okeechobee) (data set metadata) Publications Posters. Water-Quality Characterization of Surface and Ground Waters for Geochemical Modeling of Aquifer Storage and Recovery (PDF). Aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) uses an aquifer to store surplus water that will be available for later use when needed. The first textbook on ASR (Pyne, , p.7) noted that ASR is “the storage of water in a suitable aquifer through a well during times when water is available, and recovery of the water from the same well during times when the water is needed.”.
Aquifer Storage and Recovery Study Aquifer Storage and Recovery, or ASR, is the injection of treated drinking water into an aquifer for later recovery and use. An aquifer is an underground layer of sand, gravel or rock through which water can pass and is stored. The hydrogeochemistry of Florida’s limestone aquifers is complex, dominated by carbonate equilibrium reactions and the influence of seawater. Groundwater-quality issues include arsenic released by aquifer storage and recovery, () Florida aquifer storage and recovery geochemical study: Year three progress report.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Arthur, Jonathan D. Florida aquifer storage and recovery geochemical study. Tallahassee, Fla.: Florida Geological Survey.
The Florida Aquifer Storage and Recovery Geochemical Study is an ongoing investigation by the Florida Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Florida State University Department of Geological Sciences, to examine water-rock geochemical interactions that take place during ASR cycles. This report includes results from Y ear Three of the study.
Florida aquifer storage and recovery geochemical study, southwest Florida year one & year two progress report Series Title: Report of investigation / Florida Geological Survey Creator: Williams, Holly Cowart, James B Arthur, Jonathan D Florida Geological Survey Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla Tallahassee, Fla Publisher: Florida Geological.
Get this from a library. Florida aquifer storage and recovery geochemical study, southwest Florida: year one & year two progress report. [Holly Williams; James B Cowart; Jonathan D Arthur; Florida Geological Survey.]. Florida Geological Survey: Florida aquifer storage and recovery geochemical study, southwest Florida: year one & year two progress report / (Tallahassee, Fla.: Florida Geological Survey, ), also by Holly Williams, Jonathan D.
Arthur, and James B. Cowart (page images at HathiTrust). the design of recharge-storage-recovery cycle tests and the location of monitor wells as important aspects of understanding these geochemical processes The most recent study, A review of selected Florida Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) sites and their geochemical characteristics, was completed and published in as FGS Report of Investigation Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) Geochemical Study.
The reader is referred to the Year One and Two progress report by Williams and others (in review) for background and initial. Aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) wells have become one of the most controversial issues in Florida.
One reason that it has become the center of controversy is that ASR has been touted as the savior of South Florida's water supply problems.
This paper is the result of a survey and analyses of available data from Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) sites in the United States. This ASR site survey included all active and inactive sites and collected both operational and construction details.
The inactive sites are of particular interest here because these are the projects from which valuable lessons can often be learned. FINAL AQUIFER STORAGE & RECOVERY (ASR) REGIONAL STUDY. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Jacksonville District has released a comprehensive study on research related to the use of Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR), an Everglades restoration component proposed as part of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP) to recharge, store and recover water.
MODELING OF AQUIFER STORAGE AND RECOVERY, SOUTH FLORIDA, Examples of data that may be useful for geochemical modeling ALABAMA GEORGIA FLORIDA N Atlantic Ocean Gulf of Mexico Kissimmee River Kissimmee River and Lake Sites WATER-QUALITY SAMPLING STUDY 0 Publisher Summary This chapter investigates the three aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) facilities in Southwest Florida to understand water–rock geochemical interactions during the ASR process.
Introduction. Interest and activity in aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) in southern Florida has greatly increased during the past 10 to 15 years.
ASR wells have been drilled to the carbonate Floridan aquifer system at 30 sites in southern Florida, mostly by. Water–Rock Geochemical Considerations for Aquifer Storage and Recovery: Florida Case Studies Chapter in Developments in Water Science.
Florida aquifer storage and recovery geochemical study: Year three progress report (No. 83). Florida Geological Survey.
ASR (Aquifer Storage and Recovery) Issue Team. Three aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) facilities in southwest Florida are investigated to further understand water–rock geochemical interactions during the ASR process.
Facilities included in this study are the Rome Avenue ASR (Hillsborough County), Punta Gorda ASR (Charlotte County), and Peace River ASR (DeSoto County).Cited by: Aquifer storage and recovery in Florida: Geochemical assessment of potential storage zones.
In P. Fox (Ed.), Management of aquifer recharge for sustainability, proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on managed aquifer recharge of Groundwater (pp.
This is the only book book published on aquifer storage recovery (ASR), a cost-effective water storage technology that has evolved rapidly during the past 25 years and is now being applied throughout the world. The first edition was published in and is now out of s: 1.
Florida aquifer storage and recovery geochemical study. By Jonathan D. Arthur, James B. Cowart, Adel A. (Ahmed A) Dabous and Florida Geological Survey.
Abstract. Cover title.(Statement of Responsibility) by Jonathan D. Arthur, James B. Cowart and Adel A. Dabous. Aquifer System (FAS), which is a very large and productive limestone aquifer spanning from Georgia into Florida (Dippold and Pichler, ; LazarevaandPichler,;PriceandPichler,).IntheFAS,geogenic As contamination has become a recurring problem.
The practice of aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) caused mobilization of As. Elevated arsenic concentrations are common in water recovered from aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) systems in west-central Florida that store surface water.
Investiga tions of the Suwannee Limestone of the Upper Floridan aquifer, the storage zone for ASR systems, have shown that arsenic is highest in pyrite in zones of high moldic porosity.The study included looking at availability of water for storage, whether the source waters were compatible with water in the destination aquifers, and the quality and movement of water in each aquifer.
The Carrizo-Wilcox Aquifer was identified as having the characteristics necessary for Aquifer Storage and Recovery.Florida Aquifer Storage and Recovery Geochemical Study, Southwest Florida: Year One and Two Progress Report, Florida Geological Survey Report of Investigations No. ; Florida Geological Survey: Tallahassee, Florida.