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Long Island groundwater management program

Long Island groundwater management program

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Published by New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation in [Albany, N.Y.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- New York (State) -- Long Island -- Management.,
  • Water quality management -- New York (State) -- Long Island.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLong Island groundwater management plan, Long Island groundwater management plan.
    SeriesDEC publication
    ContributionsNew York (State). Dept. of Environmental Conservation.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v. in various pagings
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22205686M

    SCWA GENERAL INFORMATION Location: Suffolk County, Long Island, NY Largest Supplier on Long Island (2nd largest in N. Y.) SCWA serves approx. million people Avg. Day = million gallons Peak Day = million gallons Annual Total = 74 BILLION gallons. A large map of Long Island with color-coded location marking aquifers.

    Groundwater Geology of Long Island Principal Hydrologic Units. The three principal aquifers of Long Island are (top to bottom) the Upper Glacial Aquifer, the Magothy Aquifer, and the Lloyd Aquifer. The uppermost geologic unit, the Upper Glacial Aquifer is composed of sediments deposited during the Pleistocene ice ages. RFP – Consultant Services – Review and Updating of the Long Island Commission for Aquifer Protection Interim Groundwater Management Plan and Writing of the WRIS and WROS Subcommittee Reports Suffolk County Water Authority (SCWA), a public benefit corporation based .

    Implementing the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) Administering the California Statewide Groundwater Elevation Monitoring (CASGEM) Program; Characterizing California's groundwater basins through updates to California’s Groundwater, Bulletin ; We have a long-standing history of: Collecting and analyzing groundwater data. These data and the maps constructed from them are commonly used in studies of Long Island’s hydrology and are utilized by water managers and suppliers for aquifer management and planning purposes. Water-level measurements made in monitoring wells (observation and supply wells) and 16 streamgage locations across Long Island during April.


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Long Island groundwater management program Download PDF EPUB FB2

These chapters is a report on one aspect of Long Island's groundwater condition, and each includes a series of recommendations for suggested future management actions based on the information contained within the chapter. Created Date: 6/4/ PM.

Groundwater is the sole source of freshwater supply in Nassau and Suffolk Counties on Long Island. Long Island's aquifer system consists of a series of gently sloping Pleistocene glacial, glaciofluvial, and glaciolacustrine deposits and Cretaceous fluvial or deltaic deposits of.

Extensive development on Long Island since the late 19th century and projections of increased urbanization and ground-water use makes effective water-resource management essential for preservation of the island's hydrologic environment and maintenance of a reliable source of water supply.

This report presents results of a ground-water flow. Long Island Groundwater. Long Island is surrounded by water (Fig. 1); the Long Island Sound to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the south and the Hudson and East Rivers separate it from Manhattan.

Long Island is part of the Coastal Plains deposit that makes up most of the East Coast, including most of Florida up to Cape Cod, Mass.

Figure 1. LONG ISLAND PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT PROVIDER PLATFORM. TEXT: COVIDSUFFOLK TO "" Program Overview. the importance of managing and protecting its water resources and has developed and implemented drinking water and groundwater management regulations and programs for decades.

Water resource management and protection are of. Figure 1. Long Island Active Groundwater-Level Network: The map shown above is a July snapshot from the USGS Groundwater Watch interactive mapper that provides information on the current status of groundwater levels for Long Island, NY.

To access the interactive map of current conditions, use the County-specific links found in the “Groundwater Data for Long Island” section. long term groundwater monitoring schedule ii analyte list for groundwater monitoring program ii introduction 1 background 2 long-term groundwater monitoring 3 monitoring frequency 3 groundwater monitoring 4 contingent response for non-stable cocs in groundwater 5 list of tables long term groundwater.

Buxton and others (), used a numerical groundwater-flow model of Long Island’s groundwater system for the period where they estimated the average groundwater recharge was 1, Mgal/d. The area modeled included Kings and Queens Counties, however, excluded the north and south forks of Long Island.

On Long Island and in the five boroughs of New York City the USGS operates over active groundwater data-collection stations that provide long-term, accurate, and unbiased information that meets the needs of many diverse users. To use the map, click on a Monitoring Well to get a measured depth to water, or click elsewhere on the map to get an estimated depth to water.

Estuary Management Program – Watershed Boundaries. Farmland – Purchase of Development Rights (PDR) Floodplains – FEMA Year and Year Floodplains. Colleges and Universities. Rental Apartment Complexes, Suffolk County Sanitary Code – Article 6 – Groundwater Management Zones. Long Island’s Groundwater – Understanding the Water Below If you are in a water-related business on Long Island, there is a lot you should know about groundwater.

Here is a thumbnail overview of key information about water use and the aquifer system that provides all Long Island’s water. Groundwater Conditions Scan 2. Management Options.

Modeling Studies. Population Estimates and Projections. Summary Plan Scan 1. Summary Plan Scan 2. Summary Plan Scan 3. Surface Water Quality. Virus Study.

Plan Implementation 4.A. Long Island Waste Treatment Management Plan Vol 2 Appendix A and B. Long Island Waster Treatment Management. Since the primary flow of groundwater is north and south, there tends to be little intermixing of waters associated with different levels of development.

The application of results of high-quality research is essential for the effective management of our groundwater resources. The University has a long history of groundwater research. Groundwater is a critical source of water in New York State.

Learn about groundwater including basic information, Primary and Principal Aquifers, groundwater resource mapping and quality monitoring, Long Island aquifers, the Divison of Water recommended pump test procedures, water supply well decommissioning recommendations, and the water well driller program.

Groundwater News. See the new editorial section on our website and a new section on water conservation (coming soon). For more reports from Water for Long Island. Long Island Sound Coastal Management Program. New York's Long Island Sound coast encompasses miles of shoreline in Westchester, Bronx, Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk counties and its watershed is home to nearly million people.

Accelerated demands for development, declining water quality in harbors and embayments, and difficulties. Groundwater temperatures on Long Island range between 50°F and 55°F and provide a consistent and moderate temperature source of energy for heating and an energy sink for cooling.

The two main types of GHEs in use on Long Island utilize either standard water wells (open loop system) or high-density. Peconic Estuary Program. New York State Department of Environmental Conservation “For services and expenses related to a Long Island nitrogen management and mitigation plan.

Not less than $1, of this appropriation shall be made of nitrogen in Long Island groundwater are residential wastewater and fertilizer from. Groundwater Monitoring Program. Suffolk County. The Department, in cooperation with the Suffolk County Department of Health Services, implements a groundwater monitoring program to determine if the use of pesticides on the land surface impairs the quality of groundwater beneath Long Island.

To understand this relationship, groundwater samples are.Long Island, New York MTBE Groundwater Modeling SSP&A developed groundwater models to evaluate the migration and remediation of more than 30 large plumes dominated by MtBE (Methyl tertiary-butyl ether) on Long Island, New York.building upon the last regional framework update of the Long Island aquifer system performed by the USGS in As part of this update, a network of new groundwater wells will be installed at about 25 locations in the Lloyd and Magothy aquifers throughout the Island to fill in substantial data gaps.