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Plants as indicators of ground water

Plants as indicators of ground water

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water, Underground

  • Edition Notes

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    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD 403 M4 1927
    The Physical Object
    Pagination95 p.
    Number of Pages95
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22003731M

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Plants As Indicators of Ground Water (Water-Supply Paper ) [Oscar Edward Meinzer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Certain plants and the way they grow may indicate the existence of ground water in the area.

This book presents information on the sign to look for. Plants as Indicators of Ground Water, Water-Supply PaperDepartment of the Interior, United States Geological Survey Paperback – by Oscar Edward Meinzer (Author)Author: Oscar Edward Meinzer.

24 PLANTS AS INDICATORS OF GROUND WATER. capillary fringe virtually to the surface and the water table at Plants as indicators of ground water book depth of only a few feet.

The association of alkali sacaton with salt grass and rabbit brush indicates a depth to the water table not. FIGUEB 4. Alkali sacaton or tussock grass (Sporobolus airoides).Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Meinzer, O.E.

(Oscar Edward), Plants as indicators of ground water. Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Plants as indicators of ground water Plants as indicators of ground water by Meinzer, Oscar Edward Published by Government Printing Office in Washington, : Genre/Form: Online resources: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Meinzer, O.E.

(Oscar Edward), Plants as indicators of ground water. indicate that ground water is within that distance of the surface. Two species of willow, Salix gooddingii and Salix fluvwtttis, are referred to as ground-water plants.

Sycamore trees Tree species as indicators of ground water recharge and discharge Rinku Verma, Jayanti T, Vinoda S, Shivappa, A.N.S. Gowda. environmental performance indicators for groundwater that take account of the interdependency between groundwater and other ecosystem components.

Handbook of Ground Water Development PREFACE There has been a long-standing need for a comprehensive book on ground water development. The lack of sufficient texts may be because the industry is highly fragmented, and a number of technologies and sciences are needed for the understanding of the occurrence, extraction,File Size: 33KB.

Extraordinary Biomass-Burning Episode and Impact Winter Triggered by the Younger Dryas Cosmic Impact ∼12, Years Ago. Ice Cores and Glaciers. The chemistry of groundwater and surface water differs since groundwater is influenced by the substrate through which it flows.

Because of these differences, and because of their effects on plant species distribution, it is possible to use vegetation as an indicator of the dominant water source of a by: A portable weir was used to measure discharge from onshore springs, and seepage meters were used to measure discharge from near‐shore springs.

Of the total L s −1 that enters the lake from ground water, approximately 30% comes from onshore and near‐shore by: Impact of Groundwater Level on BTEX Concentrations in Trees 1 Plants as Bio-Indicators of Subsurface Conditions: Impact of Groundwater Level on BTEX 2 Concentrations in Trees 3 4 Jordan Wilson, Rachel Bartz, Matt Limmer* and Joel Burken 5 Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, Missouri University of 6 Science and.

The purpose of this report is to strengthen the groundwater section of the proposed set of Environmental Performance Indicators for monitoring air, freshwater, and land. This semi-desert lies in Kazahstan at approx.

49°N. lat., 61° E. long. During an expedition of the Geographical Faculty of the Moscow State University to this area, the author recorded that the following plant associations indicate the presence of ground-water to a depth of 5 m: (1) a pure stand of Lasiagrostis splendens, (2) an association of (1) with Elymus angustus; (3) an E.

angustus Author: S. Victorov. Plants as indicators of ground water and salinity in Cukurova. Tabulated data show the exchange capacity, percentage of salt and height of the water table of various soils on which 57 indicator plants were grown.

Cookies on CAB Direct Like most websites we use : M. Alap. Plants Increase Soil Salinity: Soil pore water used by plants contains dissolved solids and other salts (A).

Water uptake by roots will exclude salts and dissolved solids. Over time, as water is moved upwards through the roots to the rest of the plant, salts will build up in the soil surrounding the roots (B).File Size: KB.

Shallow ground water is more likely to occur in larger quantities under valleys than under hills, because ground water obeys the law of gravity and flows downward just as surface water does. In arid regions the presence of "water-loving" plants is an indication of ground water at shallow depth.

Indicator plants that are used as a water indicator for plants can also pinpoint excess moisture in the area. Indicator plants must be common, easy to grow, hardy, and have a set bloom time.

Plant indicators may be as simple as seeing a tree in your yard swarmed by sawflies. This means you will have larvae the following year eating the plant. There have been challenges in groundwater prospecting especially in the Midlands Province of Zimbabwe.

Prospecting has not been accurate with frequent occurrences of dry holes for both geophysical and traditional groundwater prospecting techniques.

Bioindicators can be plants, animals or microorganisms. How various bioindicators tell about the environmental health? 1. If toxins are present, certain plants may not be able to grow in the area affected.

2. Monitoring population numbers of animals may indicate damage to .A natural growth of tall and short grasses indicates that soil is fertile and is also suitable for agriculture.

Dhawan and Nanda (, 50) and some other workers have recorded plant indicators for different types of soils as given in Table Plant indicators for groundwater: Certain plant communities indicate the depth of ground water.Meinzer's paper "Plants as indicators of ground water" was published as Geological Survey Water- Supply Papermany reports and papers relating entirely or.