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South Atlantic Water Science Center - Georgia Publications

Papers, Posters, and Exhibit by U.S. Geological Survey Personnel at then Georgia Water Resources Conference 2001

The University of Georgia, Center for Continuing Education
Athens, Georgia
March 26-27, 2001

Published in Kathryn J. Hatcher, editor, Proceedings of the 2001 Georgia Water Resources Conference, March 26-27, 2001, University of Georgia


Ground-water monitoring and effects of the 1998-2000 drought on ground-water levels in Georgia by Kristen B. McSwain and Nancy L. Barber

Effects of drought on stream discharge and ground-water levels near Lake Seminole, southwestern Georgia and northwestern Florida, October 1999-August 2000 by Melinda S. Mosner

Physical and hydrochemical evidence of surface-water/ground-water mixing in and near Lake Seminole, southwestern Georgia and northwestern Florida by Lynn J. Torak

Comparison of pre- and post-impoundment ground-water levels near the Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam site, Jackson County, Florida by Phillip N. Albertson

Simulated effects of pumpage and climatic conditions on stream-aquifer flow in streams harboring federally protected mussel species, northwestern Florida and southwestern Georgia by Phillip N. Albertson

Using the digital environmental atlas of Georgia by S.J. Alhadeff, J.W. Musser, and T.R. Dyar

Using the digital surface-water annual data report for Georgia by S.J. Alhadeff

Georgia HydroWatch--a new concept in hydrologic monitoring for Georgia by Brian E. McCallum and John K. Joiner

Urbanization effects on streamflow in the Atlanta, Georgia area by Norman E. Peters and Seth Rose

Presence of pharmaceuticals in wastewater effluent and drinking water, Metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia, July-September 1999 by Elizabeth A. Frick, Alden K.

Henderson, Ph.D, and Deborah M. Moll, Ph.D., Edward T. Furlong, Ph.D., and Michael T. Meyer, Ph.D.

Composition and changes in atmospheric deposition near Atlanta, Georgia, 1986-99 by Norman E. Peters and Brent T. Aulenbach and Tilden P. Meyers

A conceptual program for water-quality monitoring in the upper Chattahoochee River basin in Georgia by Brian E. McCallum and Arthur J. Horowitz

Estimating Chattahoochee River tributary stream temperatures in the vicinity of Atlanta, Georgia by Thomas R. Dyar, S.J. Alhadeff, R.C. Burke, III, P.D. Lamarre, and R.W. Olson

Indicator-bacteria concentrations in streams of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation area, March 1999-April 2000 by M. Brian Gregory and Elizabeth A. Frick

Field monitoring of bridge scour in Georgia by Anthony J. Gotvald and Mark N. Landers

Water-quality monitoring in Gwinnett County by Paul D. Ankcorn, Mark N. Landers, and Janet P. Vick

Trichloroethene presence in Rottenwood Creek near Air Force Plant 6, Marietta, Georgia, Summer 2000 by Gerard J. Gonthier

Use of ground-water flow models for simulation of water-management scenarios for coastal Georgia and adjacent parts of South Carolina by John S. Clarke and Richard E. Krause

Aquifer storage recovery in the Santee Limestone/Black Mingo aquifer, Charleston, South Carolina by Matthew D. Petkewich, June E. Mirecki, Kevin J. Conlon, and Bruce G. Campbell

Saltwater contamination in the Upper Floridan aquifer at Brunswick, Georgia by L. Elliott Jones

Hydrogeology and water quality of the Lower Floridan aquifer, coastal Georgia, 1999-2000 by W. Fred Falls, Larry G. Harrelson, Kevin J. Conlon, and Matthew D. Petkewich

Preliminary numerical models of saltwater transport in coastal Georgia and southeastern South Carolina by Dorothy F. Payne and A.M. Provost, and C.I. Voss

Preliminary simulation of pond-aquifer flow and water availability at a seepage pond near Brunswick, Georgia by Malek Abu-Ruman and John S. Clarke

Summary of selected U.S. Geological Survey water-resources activities in Georgia by Steven D. Craigg and Debbie Warner

New watershed boundary map for Georgia by Mark N. Landers and Keith W. McFadden, and Jimmy R. Bramblett

Summary of fecal-coliform bacteria concentrations in streams of the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia, May-October 1994 and 1995 by M. Brian Gregory and Elizabeth A. Frick

Saltwater contamination of ground water at Brunswick, Georgia and Hilton Head Island, South Carolina by Richard E. Krause and John S. Clarke

Linkage of offshore and onshore hydrogeologic data for coastal Georgia and adjacent parts of South Carolina and Florida using a Geographic Information System by Michael T. Laitta

Hydrogeologic conditions at two seepage ponds in the coastal area of Georgia, August 1999 to February 2001 by Michael F. Peck, John S. Clarke, and Michael T. Laitta, and Malek Abu-Ruman

Use of two-dimensional direct-current-resistivity profiling to detect fracture zones in a crystalline rock aquifer near Lawrenceville, Georgia by Lester J. Williams and Marcel Belaval

Public-supply water use in the Metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia, area, 1995-2000 by Julia L. Fanning

Summary of streamflow conditions for calendar year 2000 in Georgia by Timothy C. Stamey

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