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Hydrogeology of a gypsum playa, northern Salt Basin, Texas
Felicia M. Boyd
by Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin in Austin, Tex
Written in English
Based on the author"s thesis (M.A.) University of Texas at Austin.
|Other titles||Northern Salt Basin, Texas.|
|Statement||by Felicia M. Boyd and Charles W. Kreitler.|
|Series||Report of investigations / Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin ;, no. 158, Report of investigations (University of Texas at Austin. Bureau of Economic Geology) ;, no. 158.|
|Contributions||Kreitler, Charles W.|
|LC Classifications||QE167 .T42 no. 158, GB1025.T4 .T42 no. 158|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||87622268|
Comprehensive, peer-reviewed reports of Bureau research on energy and the environment in Texas, the U.S., and internationally, from to the present.  Dome‐like structures up to 3 m in height, composed predominantly of coarse crystals of selenite gypsum, occur on the surface of Alkali Flat, a saline playa lake in White Sands National Monument, New Mexico. The structures were investigated using field observations, aerial images, and geochemical methods. The domes are inferred to be remnants of lake sediments that .
The Bonneville Salt Flats and Pilot Valley are in the western part of the Great Salt Lake Desert in northwest Utah. The areas are separate, though similar, hydrologic basins, and both contain a salt crust. The Bonneville salt crust covered about 40 square miles in the fall of , and the salt crust in Pilot Valley covered 7 square miles. Both areas lack any noticeable surface relief . Permian Basin Studies; Texas Oil and Gas; Structural Geology; Stratigraphy and Sedimentation; Reservoir Characterization; Energy and Environment; Reservoir Quality and Petrography; Geophysics; Nanotechnology in Hydrocarbon Recovery; Energy Economics; The Energy-Water Nexus; Environment. Environment Research; TexNet Seismic Monitoring Program.
The high solubility of gypsum means that it can readily be dissolved to form caves, sinkholes, and other karst features. North Texas and western Oklahoma contain extensive outcrops of gypsum . Timing and Extent of Late Quaternary Paleolakes in the Trans-Pecos Closed Basin, West Texas and South-Central New Mexico F. M. Boyd, C. W. Kreitler, , Hydrogeology of a Gypsum Playa, Northern Salt Basin, Texas. Google Scholar. 8. Science, (), pp. 9 D. R. Currey, , Hemiarid Lake Basins: Hydrographic and .
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[Felicia M Boyd; Charles W Kreitler]. The northern Salt Basin in West Texas and New Mexico is a closed hydrologic system in which discharge of ground-water flow occurs in a series of playas, or salt flats.
Ground water originating in peripheral consolidated rocks and alluvial fans flows toward the center of the basin and discharges by evaporation from the salt by: Hydrogeology of a gypsum playa, northern Salt Basin, Texas by Felicia M.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Felicia M Boyd. “Hydrogeology of a Gypsum Playa, Northern Salt Basin, Texas.” The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology, Report of Investigations No. 37 p. Google Scholar. The Salt Basin covers about 2, square miles of south-central New Mexico and extends across the State line into Texas.
As much as 57 million acre-feet of ground water may be stored within the New Mexico part of the Salt Basin of which 15 million acre-feet are potentially potable and recoverable. Recent work suggests that the. Hydrogeology of the Salt Basin Edward S. Angle1 Introduction The Salt Basin of West Texas has been a significant source of groundwater to local users in West Texas for most of the last century.
In a region of normally low rainfall and high evaporation, groundwater is a vital resource to municipalities, industries, and landowners in the Salt Basin. Hydrogeology of a gypsum playa, northern Salt Basin, Texas, Bureau of Economic Geology, Austin () Google Scholar.
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F.M. Boyd, C.W. KreitlerHydrogeology of a gypsum playa, northern Salt Basin, Texas Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations, (), p. 37 Google Scholar. Sedimentary Geology, 64 () 13 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands Nodular and enterolithic gypsum: the "sabkha-tization" of Salt Flat playa, west Texas MAHBUB HUSSAIN 1 and JOHN K.
WARREN 2 1 Department of Geology, Sul Ross State University, Alpine, TX (U.S.A.) 2 National Centre for. Dolomite is a common diagenetic mineral in the evaporitic mudflats (continental sabkhat) of Salt Flat Graben in west Texas.
In the Pleistocene the playa depression was much wetter and at times contained a perennial brine lake. Mudflats are the latest style of sedimentation in this evaporite-carbonate depositing playa lake whose near-surface interstitial brines are.
There are approximately 40 gypsum playas in the northern Salt Basin. They are characterized by a shallow water table at a depth of approximately 3 ft (1 m) and a capillary fringe as shallow as 8 inches (20 cm).Tensiometerdatashow upwardflow.
The saturated and unsaturated sections contain Na-Mg-Cl-S04brines. Sediment mineralogy is dominated. Evaluation of Groundwater Resources in Parts of Loving, Pecos Hydrogeology of the Northern Salt Basin of West Texas and New Mexico Hydrogeology of a gypsum playa Jan Jeffrey S.
Hanor, "The Role of Salt Dissolution in the Geologic, Hydrologic, and Diagenetic Evolution of the Northern Gulf of Mexico Sedimentary Basin", Salt Sediment Interactions and Hydrocarbon Prospectivity Concepts, Applications and Case Studies for the 21st Century, Paul J.
Post, Donald L. Olson, Kevin T. Lyons, Stephen L. Palmes, Peter F. Harrison, Norman C. Rosen. ‘‘Hydrogeology of a Gypsum. Playa, Northern Salt Basin, Texas.’’ Texas Bureau of Economic Geology.
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