Groundwater:
Changes in Storage
            and Flux

              Coon Creek
        Watershed District
Review of current chapter
Chapter Updates

2 Surficial Settings
  Lake Deposits
  River Terrace Deposits
Lake Deposits
River Terrace Deposits
Generalized Profile (West to East)
                               (Top 300 ft)
       950




       900




       850


...
Generalized Profile
                                 (Upper 120 ft)

920

910

900

890

880

870
                        ...
Implications
Implications
Changes in Surface Groundwater
IMPLICATIONS
1. More groundwater storage available

2. Infiltration inevitable

3. More dif...
Expectations for Management

Increased demand for irrigation

Increased demand and concerns about
  recreational and aesth...
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#5 - Comp Plan - Groundwater

  1. 1. Groundwater: Changes in Storage and Flux Coon Creek Watershed District
  2. 2. Review of current chapter
  3. 3. Chapter Updates 2 Surficial Settings Lake Deposits River Terrace Deposits
  4. 4. Lake Deposits
  5. 5. River Terrace Deposits
  6. 6. Generalized Profile (West to East) (Top 300 ft) 950 900 850 Surficial Sand 800 Clay Buried Sand Buried Sand & Gravel 750 Clay Bedrock 700 650 600 on d ity n l t ra Bl so rs gt en Lk an ve xin C H ni nd Le U ou R
  7. 7. Generalized Profile (Upper 120 ft) 920 910 900 890 880 870 Surficial Sand Clay 860 Potentiometric Surface Log. (Potentiometric Surface) 850 840 830 820 810 800 University Hanson Lexington Round Lk Bld Central
  8. 8. Implications
  9. 9. Implications
  10. 10. Changes in Surface Groundwater IMPLICATIONS 1. More groundwater storage available 2. Infiltration inevitable 3. More difficult to maintain surface water resources 4. Water Resources behave differently
  11. 11. Expectations for Management Increased demand for irrigation Increased demand and concerns about recreational and aesthetic use

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