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Hydrogeology of the triassic sandstones in the Birmingham-Lichfield district

D H. Land

Hydrogeology of the triassic sandstones in the Birmingham-Lichfield district

by D H. Land

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Published by Geological Survey Office in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby D.H. Land.
SeriesWater supply papers of the Geological Survey of Great Britain: hydrogeological report -- 2
The Physical Object
Pagination30p.,ill.,33cm
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17171332M

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Uranium (U) concentration and the activities of U, U, and Th were determined for groundwaters, spring waters, and lake water collected from the Shihongtan sandstone-hosted U ore district and in the surrounding area, NW China. The results show that the groundwaters from the oxidizing aquifer with high dissolved oxygen concentration (O2) and oxidation-reduction Cited by: 3. CHAPTER 2. GEOLOGY OF THE PENNSYLVANIA COAL REGIONS Roger J. Hornberger, Caroline M. Loop, Keith B. C. Brady, Nathan A. Houtz The geology of the Anthracite and Bituminous Coal Regions of Pennsylvania is fundamental to most of the contents of this book. Since most of the coal ash placement sites.

Fluvial sedimentary successions represent porous media that host groundwater and geothermal resources. Additionally, they overlie crystalline rocks hosting nuclear waste repositories in rift settings. The permeability characteristics of an arenaceous fluvial succession, the Triassic St Bees Sandstone Formation in England (UK), are described, from core-plug to well-test scale Cited by: 7. Fracturing and the hydrogeology of the Permo-Triassic sandstones in England and Wales. Nottingham, UK, British Geological Survey, 99pp. (WD/98/, Environment Agency R&D Technical Report W) (Unpublished).


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Hydrogeology of the triassic sandstones in the Birmingham-Lichfield district by D H. Land Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hydrogeology of the Triassic Sandstones in the Birmingham-Lichfield district: Ref no: LB2: Author: Land, D.H.; Geological Survey of Great Britain. Hydrogeology Department. Year of publication: Series: Hydrogeological Report of the Geological Survey of Great Britain:.

Hydrogeology of the Bunter Sandstone in Nottinghamshire: Full entry: LB2: Hydrogeology of the Triassic Sandstones in the Birmingham-Lichfield district: Full entry: LB3: Ground-water conditions in the Coal Measures of the South Wales Coalfield: Full entry.

Organic contamination of the Birmingham aquifer, U.K.J. Hydrol., A survey of the organic-water quality of the Birmingham Triassic Sandstone aquifer was conducted using 59 supply boreholes.

Additional shallow-groundwater quality data were obtained from 15 Cited by: Low‐temperature, hot‐water resources, in the range 40°C to °C, occur in Permo‐Triassic sandstones in several deep sedimentary basins. In total these resources are estimated at × 10 18 joules (J) ( million tonnes coal equivalent).Cited by: Permo-Triassic Sandstones Although the sandstones forming the lower part of the New Red Sandstone succession have been recognised at depth in scattered boreholes over the eastern and southern parts of the district, their outcrop is limited to a small area on the western faulted margin of the Worcester Basin at Huntley.

Volume 9, Issue 3, June ISSN: (Print) (Online) Pore-throat size distributions in Permo-Triassic sandstones from the United Kingdom and some implications for contaminant hydrogeology. Bloomfield, D. Gooddy, M. Bright. Understanding the distribution and impact of small-scale deformation-band features on permeability and fluid flow in Permo-Triassic sandstones from the.

In places the matrix is replaced by calcite cement. Sandstones from the Lower Triassic Xiwei Formation consist of moderately sorted, subangular to angular, detrital grains.

Monocrystalline quartz ranges from % to % (average %), polycrystalline quartz from 0 to %, and lithic fragments from % to %.Cited by: In Australia most of the known fossil deposits of Triassic age are from the Induan (Early Triassic) to Lower Langdinian (Middle Triassic).

Significant deposits included among these are the Arcadia Formation of southeast Queensland, of Induan-Olenekian age, a fluvial deposit. Individual boreholes in the Chalk can yield more than 10 million litres per day (Ml/d), sufficient to provide for the needs of ab people at litres per person per day.

The Permo-Triassic sandstones are mainly red sandstones that originated in a desert Size: KB. The geology of Cheshire in England consists mainly of Triassic sandstones and mudstones. To the north west of Cheshire, these rocks are heavily faulted and the underlying Carboniferous Coal Measures are thrown up.

Around the areas of Poynton and Macclesfield, the coal is close to the surface and was easily mined. Below the Coal Measures is the Millstone Grit, which. Information about the Geological Society’s internationally acclaimed books and journals for authors, editors, librarians and readers.

The rocks of Permo-Triassic age exposed in the Vale of Eden include aeolian (wind-deposited) sediments. These sandstones contain sand dunes pointing to a desert as the environment of deposition.

The. Triassic-Cretaceous ( Ma) During the main part of the Triassic ( Ma), shallow sea conditions prevailed with the deposition of limestone, but towards the middle of Jurassic ( Ma) there occurred a gradual change into continental conditions indicated by proportion of clay, red sand and Size: 1MB.

Low-temperature, hot-water resources, in the range 40 degrees C to degrees C, occur in Permo-Triassic sandstones in several deep sedimentary basins.

Deserts and floods. The Eden Valley is underlain by red sandstones and shales, which formed between and million years ago, in the Permian and Triassic periods. The North Pennines baked in a desert environment just north of the equator, and these rocks formed from sand and mud laid down in dunes and Size: 2MB.

Saline groundwater occurs at depth in the Triassic Sandstones of the northern end of the Cheshire Basin in northwest by: The potential value of core analysis in hydrogeology is critically examined in the light of the results of a systematic study of the porosity, density and intergranular permeability of the Permo-Triassic sandstones in the United Kingdom, based on the examination of test specimens.

Special Publication Groundwater in the Celtic Regions: studies in hard-rock and Quaternary hydrogeology. This is the first attempt to bring together the hydrogeological issues facing Celtic regions, and to describe the prevailing hydrogeological environments in these areas. The Permo-Triassic sandstones represent the thickest accumulation of any one sediment type to be deposited anywhere within the region in post-Carboniferous times, and the complete Permo-Triassic sequence is thicker than the sum of all the succeeding sediments in the region.

Permo-Triassic. Yorkshire lay in the arid hinterland of Pangea, between 20° and 30° north of the equator. The rocks of this period are dominated by red desert sandstones.

The area which is now beneath the North Sea was a dry area of subsidence which was filled with a great thickness of wind-blown sands. The book presents a systematic approach to understanding groundwater. Earlier chapters explain the fundamental physical and chemical principles of hydrogeology, and later chapters feature groundwater investigation techniques in the context of catchment processes, as well as chapters on groundwater quality and contaminant hydrogeology.

The presence of the “Rhaetic”, now the Penarth Group ([Warrington et al. ][1]), in the Gribun district of western Mull was established in (Summ. Prog. Geol. Surv. for ; Summ. Prog. Geol. Surv. forp. 35) following the discovery of a bivalve fauna including Rhaetavicula (Pteria) contorta (Portlock) and Chlamys (Pecten) valoniensis Cited by: 1.Hydrochemical evidence of the depth of penetration of anthropogenic recharge in sandstone aquifers underlying two mature cities in the UK R.G.

Taylor a,*, A.A. Cronin b, D.N. Lerner c, J.H. Tellam d, S.H. Bottrell e, J. Rueedi b, M.H. Barrett b a Department of Geography, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, UK b Robens Centre for Public and Cited by: