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Water resources and aquifer yields in the Charles River basin, Massachusetts
C. F Myette
by Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Boston, Mass, Denver, Colo
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 52-53)
|Statement||by Charles F. Myette and Alison C. Simcox ; prepared in cooperation with Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Department of Environmental Management, Division of Water Resources|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 88-4173|
|Contributions||Simcox, Alison C, Geological Survey (U.S.), Massachusetts. Division of Water Resources|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
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Water Resources and Aquifer Yields in the Charles River Basin, Massachusetts By Charles F. Myette and Alison C. Simcox ABSTRACT Inabout 66 Mgal/d (million gallons per day) of municipally supplied water was used by towns in the middle and upper Charles River basin and by the city of Cambridge in the lower basin.
The DivisionCited by: 2. Get this from a library. Water resources and aquifer yields in the Charles River basin, Massachusetts. [C F Myette; Alison C Simcox; Geological Survey (U.S.); Massachusetts.
Division of Water Resources.]. Water resources and aquifer yields in the Charles River basin, Massachusetts Water-Resources Investigations Report By: Charles F. Myette and Alison C. Simcox. YIELD AND QUALITY OF GROUND WATER FROM STRATIFIED-DRIFT AQUIFERS, TAUNTON RIVER BASIN, MASSACHUSETTS: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY By Wayne W.
Lapham and Julio C. Olimpio U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report A Prepared in cooperation with COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL Author: Wayne W. Lapham, Julio C.
Olimpio. The Water Resources Commission conducted a study to define stressed basins in Massachusetts. The "Stressed Basins in Massachusetts" report summarizes the work of an interagency committee established by the Massachusetts Water Resource Commission (WRC) to.
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The State of Massachusetts has established protective water quality standards for Class B waters (such as the Charles or Mystic Rivers). The area between the Watertown dam and the Arsenal Mall (upstream of any CSO discharges) is the most consistently contaminated section surveyed; and the Charles River Basin, the important recreational area between Cambridge and Boston, had the best bacterial water quality.
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Summary of CSO Receiving Water Quality Monitoring in Upper Mystic River/Alewife Brook and Charles River, Prepared by: David Wu and Chris Goodwin Environmental Quality Department, Operations Division Massachusetts Water Resources Authority First Avenue, Boston, MA July Environmental Quality Department Technical Report Eggleston, J.R.,Evaluating strategies for balancing water use and streamflow reductions in the upper Charles River Basin, eastern Massachusetts: U.S.
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Geological Survey Water-Resources. The Charles River in Massachusetts is an urban river that is also one of the most active recreational rivers in the country. Unfortunately, sediment deposition has been a long standing problem in the Charles River.
It was recently highlighted in articles published by the Boston Globe in and WGBH in In recent years, sediment deposits. Water withdrawals, use, and wastewater return flows for the Concord River Basin were estimated for the period The study area in eastern Massachusetts is square miles in area and includes the basins of two major tributaries, the Assabet and Sudbury Rivers, along with the Concord River, which starts at the confluence of the two s: Lora K.
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Under agreement with the U.S. Water Resources Council, the DRBC requested proposals from hydrogeological. WATER RESOURCES COMMISSION AND BERKSHIRE COUNTY HYDROLOGIC INVESTIGATIONS ATLAS HA (SHEE 1 OF 4)T PHYSICAL SETTING CLIMATE, WATE, R BUDGET AN,D WATER USE INTRODUCTION This report describe the wates r resource and wates r prob-lems of the upper Housatonic Rive anr basin area of abou, t square mile in Berkshirs e County, Massachusetts and.
LOCATION--Lat 42 o 22'08", long 71 o 03'42", Suffolk County, Hydrologic Unitat New Charles River Dam, Boston, MA.
DRAINAGE AREA mi 2, excludes mi 2 drained by Stony Brook, from which flow is diverted for municipal supply for Cambridge. PERIOD OF RECORD--September to current year.
GAGE--Data Collection Platform with telephone telemeter.Base map title: Massachusetts. "Base map constructed by the Cartographic Division, Soil Conservation Service, USDA, from USGS maps,Series." "Town lines and names from Massachusetts Department of Community Affairs map, October " In upper margin: Massachusetts river basin planning program.
In lower margin: Figure 3. "1,P," Available also through the Library of .This report provides data and analysis of a study to evaluate water and sediment quality at selected sites in the Charles River Basin. You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page.
See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more. Charles River Sediment/Water Quality Analysis Project Report (PDF) (47 pp, 2 MB, January ).