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Land Subsidence Due to Ground-Water Withdrawal Tulare-Wasco Area, California.
United States Geological Survey
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|Series||U.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 437-B.|
|Contributions||Lofgren, B.E., Klausing, R.L.|
Ours are the first mapped estimates of Delta-wide land subsidence due to groundwater pumping. If pumping continues at present rates, ~ m (– m) of land subsidence is expected by Anticipated SLR of ~ m (– m) by will compound flood inundation potential. In fact, land subsidence has been caused by man’s activities in at least 37 of the 50 states of the United States and affects more t km2 in this country alone. Data from a few sites where economic impact is documented suggest a total annual cost to the nation of more than $ million; worldwide, the total economic impact is.
Drought and Immethodical ground water withdrawal in recent years has caused numerous problems such as subsidence due to falling of subsurface water table, the reduction of water quality, etc. in cities across the world. This research as a case study deals with harmful effects of subsurface water withdrawal in the city of Kerman and practical monitoring of the subsidence and makes prediction of. 4. Poland, Joseph F. Guidebook to Studies of Land Subsidence due to Ground- Water Withdrawal. Paris: United Nations, , Steven. Land Subsidence and Earth Fissures in Arizona. Arizona: Arizona Geological Survey, 6. United States Department of Commerce. Subsidence Monitoring for the State of Arizona.
Releveling of bench marks in and by the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey indicates that subsidence of the land surface has now exceeded ten feet in two areas of the San Joaquin Valley. In the Tulare‐Wasco (or Delano) area of Tulare County, subsidence which was as much as rive feet in now has about doubled. Determination of land subsidence related to ground-water-level declines using Global Positioning System and leveling surveys in Antelope Valley, Los Angeles and Kern counties, California, Sustainability Indicator: Land Subsidence Topic: Monitoring Protocols Type: USGS Report Agency: U.S. Geological Survey.
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Land Subsidence due to Ground-Water Withdrawal Tulare-Wasco Area California By B. LOFGREN and R. KLAUSING STUDIES OF LAND SUBSIDENCE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER B Prepared in cooperation with the California Department of Water Resources A study of land subsidence caused by water-levelCited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lofgren, B.E., Land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal, Tulare-Wasco area, California.
Washington, U.S. Govt. Land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal in the Los Banos-Kettleman City area, California; Part 2, Subsidence and compaction of deposits,Geological Survey Professional Paper, PF.
[Bull, W. B.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal in the Los Banos-Kettleman City area, California; Part 2Author: W. Bull. Land Subsidence Due to Ground-Water Withdrawal in the Los Banos-Kettleman City Area, California: Part 3, Interrelations of Water-Level Change, Change [Bull, W.
B., Poland, J. F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Land Subsidence Due to Ground-Water Withdrawal in the Los Banos-Kettleman City California. book, California: Part 3. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lofgren, B.
E., Land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal, Arvin-Maricopa area, California. Lowering of the land surface of large areas has been a major unintended consequence of groundwater and petroleum withdrawal by humans. Approximat km 2 of land in the United States has been permanently lowered.
The decrease of land-surface elevation, known as land subsidence, typically occurs at rates measured in centimeters per year. Land subsidence due to groundwater withdrawal in the Los Banos -Kettleman City area, California. Part 3. Interrelations of water-level change, change in aquifer-system thickness, and subsidence.
Land Subsidence due to Ground-water Withdrawal, Tulare-Wasco Area, California, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper B (), p. Google Scholar Lovelace, In the San Joaquin Valley, subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal occurs in three areas--the Los Banos-Kettleman City area on the central west side, the Tulare-Wasco area on the southeast border, and the Arvin-Maricopa area at the south end (Figure ).
Another study, published inanalysed land subsidence between and at Ultadanga, a locality in east Kolkata, and found that the area showed a subsidence rate of mm/year due to a decline of 9 m of groundwater level.
Bull W () Land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal. water/. Cited has caused more than sq mi of irrigable land to subside in the Tulare-Wasco area. Land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal in the Los Banos-Kettleman City area, California; Part 3, Interrelations of water-level change, change in aquifer-system thickness, and subsidence,Professional Paper G.
COMPUTER METHODS IN APPLIED MECHANICS AND ENGINEERING 5 () NORTH-HOLLAND PUBLISHING COMPANY NUMERICAL MODELS IN LAND SUBSIDENCE CONTROL Giuseppe GAMBOLATI IBM Scientific Center, S.
PoloVenice, Italy Received 22 April Revised manuscript received 1 October One consequence of growing concern over.
WATER WITHDRAWAL CAUSED LAND SUBSIDENCE Shortly after the completion of the Delta-Mendota Canal by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation insubsidence caused by with- drawal of ground water in the northern San Joaquin Valley had begun to raise concerns, largely because of the impending threat to the canal and the specter of remedial repairs.
DESERT SOUTHWEST - Increased groundwater pumping to support population growth in south-central Arizona (including the Tucson and Phoenix areas) has resulted in water-level declines of between and feet in much of the area.
Land subsidence was first noticed in the s and subsequently as much as feet of subsidence has been measured. Land subsidence in the Tulare-Wasco area, California, Open-File Report By: B.E.
Lofgren and Robert L. Klausing. Subsidence is the sudden sinking or gradual downward settling of the ground's surface with little or no horizontal motion. The definition of subsidence is not restricted by the rate, magnitude, or area involved in the downward movement.
It may be caused by natural processes or by human activities. Buy Land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal in the Los Banos-Kettleman City area, California by William B. Bull, Raymond E. Miller, J. Poland, California.
Dept. of Water Resources online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now. Abstract. The Pixley Fissure is an earth fissure associated with historic land subsidence (more than 12 feet between and ) in the southern (San Joaquin Valley) portion of California.
The chief source of information on areas of land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal is the Questionnaire on Land-Subsidence Occurrence, Research, and Remedial Work that was distributed worldwide in by A. Johnson, then President of the International.
B Land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal, Tulare-Wasco area, California by B.E. Lofgren, C Prehistoric near-surface subsidence cracks in western Fresno County, California by William B. Bull, D Land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal, Arvin-Maricopa area, California by B.E.
Lofgren, At least for the Chesapeake region, Houston-Galveston, Texas area, Santa Clara Valley, California and other places around the globe, the primary cause of seawater intrusions is not rising oceans – but land subsidence due to groundwater withdrawal from subsurface shale and sandstone formations, and to “glacial isostatic adjustments” that.Evaluation of geohydrologic framework, recharge estimates, and ground-water flow of the Joshua Tree area, San Bernardino County, California: U.S.
Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report –, p. Guidebook to studies of land subsidence due to ground-water withdrawal, v. 40 of UNESCO Studies and Reports in Hydrology.