2 edition of Water resources management in Delaware found in the catalog.
Water resources management in Delaware
Francis X. Tannian
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Francis Tannian, G. Arno Loessner, William Habacivch.|
|Series||Contribution - Water Resources Center, University of Delaware, ; no. 18|
|Contributions||Loessner, G. Arno, joint author., Habacivch, William, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD1694.D3 T35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||75620725|
Title Water-resources investigations in Delaware, Contributor Names Geological Survey (U.S.) Delaware Geological Survey. Related News Learn More Important Phone Numbers. For information about the over-all management of water resources in Delaware, contact the Division of Water: For information about watersheds and watershed management, contact the Watershed Assessment Section: For information about surface water pollution, contact the Surface Water Discharges Section: .
Department: Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control. Designated uses: Those uses specified in water quality standards for each water body or segment whether or not they are being attained. Diadromous: Describes fish which migr ate to and from marine water and freshwater for the purpose of Size: KB. A Citizen’s Guide to Water Resources in Delaware was developed to help the residents of Delaware answer water problems that they might encounter. The guide also has the secondary purpose of serving as a condensed resource for local governments, public officials and organizations within the water resources fields.
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Water resources management in Delaware / Francis Tannian, G. Arno Loessner, William Habacivch. Format Book Published [Newark]: Water Resources Center, University of Delaware, Series University of Delaware.
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Management of the contaminated sites within Delaware aids in the improvement of overall environmental health within Delaware’s watersheds. An important aspect of the SIRSs work on individual sites within the watersheds is the identification and remediation of contaminants that impact or have the potential to impact the State’s waterways.
Get this from a library. Water resources of the Delaware River basin. [Garald G Parker; Allen Grant Hely; W B Keighton; F H Olmsted; Geological Survey (U.S.),] -- A study of the hydrology and geology of the basin and the effects of physical and cultural environments on the water supply.
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Hundreds of millions of people remain trapped in poverty and ill health and exposed to the risk of water-related disasters, environmental degradation and /5(25). This website was designed by the University of Delaware Water Resources Center and the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) to help you learn more about the Water resources management in Delaware book watershed in which you live.
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Read More». There are 45 of these watersheds in Delaware. The Watershed Assessment and Management Section oversees the health of the State's water resources and takes actions to protect and improve water quality for aquatic life and human use.
Water Resources Association of the Delaware River Basin (WRADRB) is a non-profit firm providing a forum for the regulation, conservation, and beatification of our most precious resources. The Delaware Geological Survey (DGS) currently monitors groundwater levels in a network of wells in Delaware.
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A SWAPP Citizen and Technical Advisory Committee (CTAC) was formed at the start of this program in and continuing to assist in developing and implementing Delaware’s SWAPP. The USGS' National Water Census quantifies water supply and demand across the country, with the goal of achieving a sustainable water strategy to help meet the nation's water needs.
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The Delaware Geological Survey (DGS) currently monitors groundwater levels in a network of wells in Delaware. Long time-series of water levels in major aquifers serve as critical baseline data for resource management and analyses of aquifer response to pumping, climatic variability, drought hazards, seawater intrusion, and interaction with streams and their ecosystems.In Septemberthe Water Resources Agency beca me a program of the Water Resources Center.
For 40 years, the Water Resources Agency has provided water assistance to governments in Delaware through the land-grant public engagement (service), learning (education), and scholarship (research) role of the University of Delaware.
Delaware Source Water Protection Initiative Presentation by Philadelphia Water Dept. Molly Hesson and Jason Hunt of Philadelphia Water Dept. (PWD) gave a presentation on source water protection and water quality concerns in the Delaware River Watershed.
The presentation gave examples of pollutants and ways to improve the watershed health.