2 edition of Selenium in waters in and adjacent to the Kendrick project, Natrona County, Wyoming found in the catalog.
Selenium in waters in and adjacent to the Kendrick project, Natrona County, Wyoming
Marvin A. Crist
Bibliography: p. 38-39.
|Statement||by Marvin A. Crist, prepared in cooperation with the Wyoming State Engineer ... [et al.].|
|Series||Geological Survey water-supply paper ;, 2023|
|LC Classifications||TD224.W8 C74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||73600303|
United States Environmental Protection Agency Water Engineering Research Laboratory Cincinnati OH Research and Development EPA/S Jan. Project Summary Speciation of Selenium in Groundwater J. A. Oppenheimer, A. D. Eaton, and P. H. Kreft A study was conducted to investigate ion chromatography (1C) for determin- ing selenium species in groundwaters. Selenium is also toxic to water fowl and other birds that consume aquatic organisms containing excessive levels of selenium. Final Aquatic Life Ambient Water Quality Criterion for Selenium - Freshwater EPA’s water quality criterion for selenium provides recommendations to states and tribes authorized to establish water quality standards.
If a consumer/well owner is concerned about unsafe levels of selenium in drinking water: use water from another safe source (e.g., municipal system, bottled water) to drink, cook, and brush teeth. If your well water selenium level is higher than mg/L, it is safe to use the water to bathe and wash dishes. Selenium-Induced Developmental Effects Among Fishes in Select West Virginia Waters. fishes in selenium enriched waters as well as at reference locations since containing fish communities exposed to low waterborne selenium levels. Seng Creek, Boone County, WV, and Mud River, Lincoln County, WV, were selected as stream fisheries File Size: 4MB.
Linking Selenium Sources to Ecosystems: Refining The San Francisco Bay-Delta receives selenium (Se) internally from oil refineries and externally through riverine agricultural discharges. Predator species considered at risk from Se consume the estuary’s dominant bivalve, C. amurensis, an efficient bioaccumulator of Se. Selenium is a metal found in natural deposits as ores containing other elements. The greatest use of selenium compounds is in electronic and photocopier components, but they are also widely used in glass, pigments, rubber, metal alloys, textiles, petroleum, medical .
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Probably the rocks in any locality could be the source of selenium in the water in the surrounding vicinity. The selenium concentration in water from some wells fluctuates widely. It is concluded that the selenium concentrations in the ground water in these areas have not reached a state of equilibrium in the aquifer.
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Department of the Interior.; Wyoming. State Engineer's Office.]. High selenium (Se) concentrations have been found in surface waters in the Kendrick Reclamation Project, Wyoming. Precipitation and irrigation water moving over seleniferous soils are contributing causes, and drought may exacerbate by: 4.
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PDF | Selenium is bioaccumulating in fish and aquatic birds inhabiting the Natrona County Reclamation Project (Kendrick) in Natrona County, Wyoming as a | Find, read and cite all the research you. Sampling locations at the four major wetlands and the North Platte River for the Kendrick Reclamation Project selenium monitoring study.
Figure 2. Location of sampling sites on North Platte River tributaries within the Kendrick Reclamation Project, Natrona County, Wyoming. Selenium in waters in and adjacent to the Kendrick Project, Natrona County, Wyoming.
US Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper pp. Cumbie, P. M., and S. Van Horn. Selenium accumulation associated with fish mortality and reproductive by: Selenium in Waters in and Adjacent to the Kendrick Project, Natrona County, Wyoming J.
H., Ground Water Conditions of a Part of the Kendrick Project, Natrona County, Wyoming. CRIsx M. () Selenium in waters in and adjacent to the Kendrick Project, Natrona County, Wyoming.
U.S. Geol. Surv. Water-Supp. Paper CRIST M. and LowRy M. () Ground-water resources of D.L. Naftz et al. Natrona County, by: of Natrona County, selenium is quite prevalent in our soil and waterbodies. Because of the ability of a heavy metal like selenium to become soluble in water, the North Platte River and its associated drainages are quite vulnerable to high levels of selenium.
There are many misconceptions regarding selenium in Natrona County. Selenium is bioaccumulating in fish and aquatic birds inhabiting the Kendrick Reclamation Project (Kendrick) in Natrona County, Wyoming as a result of mobilization associated with irrigation return by: 2. detailed study of selenium in soil, representative plants, water, bottom sediment, and biota in the kendrick reclamation project area, wyoming, Cited by: Selenium and Other Elements in Water and Adjacent Rock and Sediment of Toll Gate Creek, Aurora, Arapahoe County, Colorado, December through March By J.R.
Herring and Katherine Walton-Day Prepared in Cooperation with the City of Aurora, Colorado, Utilities Department Scientific Investigations Report – U.S. Department of the Author: J.R.
Herring, Katherine Walton-Day. Author of Selenium in waters in and adjacent to the Kendrick project, Natrona County, Wyoming, Computer program and data listing for two-dimensional ground-water model for Laramie County, Wyoming, Hydrologic conditions in the Wheatland Flats area, Platte County, Wyoming, Effect of pumpage on ground-water levels as modeled in Laramie County, Wyoming, Ground-water resources of Natrona County.
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Selenium in waters in and Natrona County, Wyoming: Natrona County, Wyoming: M. adjacent to M.A. Crist, the Kendrick Project, M.E. Lowry and M.A. Crist, Ground—water resources of and M.E.
Lowry, Selenium in waters in and Natrona County, Wyoming: The major tributaries draining the Kendrick Reclamation Project (KRP) account for an average of 52% of the total Se load measured in the North Platte River downstream from Casper, Wyoming.
The Casper Creek drainage basin contributed the largest Se load of the five tributary sites to the North Platte River. The 4-d average Se concentration in water samples from one site in the part of the North.
The Wyoming Water Development Commission and the Legislature’s Select Water Committee awarded it a $, grant to help pay for a study of the streams that feed into the river and reservoirs.
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF REPORTS BY U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY AUTHORS ABOUT THE WATER RESOURCES OF WYOMING Selenium in waters in and adjacent to the Kendrick Project, Natrona County, Wyoming, by M.A.
Crist. 39 p. 3 pl. Report. MONITORING OF SELENIUM CONCENTRATIONS IN BIOTA FROM THE KENDRICK RECLAMATION PROJECT, NATRONA COUNTY, WYOMING -Pedro Ramirez Jr. and Kimberly Dickerson PDF Status Assessment and Conservation Plan for the Black Tern (Chlidonias niger surinamensis) in North America, W.
David Shuford.Location of Soda Lake, Natrona County, Wyoming. 2 Figure 2. Sampling locations at Soda Lake, Natrona County, Rasmus Lee and Goose lakes in the Kendrick irrigation project immediately west of Casper are closed basins Soda Lake was used as a reference site for the Kendrick selenium study.
Data obtained for the Kendrick study showed that.bibliography of reports by u.s. geological survey authors about the water resources of wyoming.