Well characteristics, water quality and age-date tracer data for wells along two regional flow paths in the Memphis aquifer, southwest Tennessee
In 2013, water-quality and age-date tracer samples were collected at wells located along two flow paths in the Memphis aquifer, southwest Tennessee, as part of the National Water Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Project of the National Water-Quality Program to better understand the vulnerability of the aquifer to contamination.. Each flow path began in the aquifer outcrop area (shallow well depths) and ended at public supply wells (deep well depths) in Memphis, TN in the confined parts of the aquifer. This data release includes results for samples collected as part of this study and information for additional wells that provided supplemental data near the end of each flow path to support the findings in "Fraction of young water as an indicator of aquifer vulnerability along two regional flow paths in the Mississippi Embayment Aquifer System" by J.A. Kingsbury, J.R.B. Barlow, B.C. Jurgens, P.B. McMahon, and J.K. Carmichael.
|Well characteristics, water quality and age-date tracer data for wells along two regional flow paths in the Memphis aquifer, southwest Tennessee
|James A Kingsbury, Jeannie R Barlow, Bryant Jurgens, Peter B McMahon, John K Carmichael
|USGS Digital Object Identifier Catalog
|Lower Mississippi-Gulf Water Science Center - Nashville, TN Office