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GROUND-WATER AND WATER-CHEMISTRY DATA FOR THE WILLAMETTE BASIN, OREGON

U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 99-4036

This Website contains data tables, graphs, and GIS data layers to accompany the printed report (for PDF version, see below; to order a paper copy, click here) The contents of this site are from a CD-ROM in the back of the paper version.


REPORT CITATION

Orzol, L.L., Wozniak, K.C., Meissner, T.R., and Lee, D.B., 2000, Ground-water and water-chemistry data for the Willamette Basin, Oregon: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 99-4036, 141 p.

REPORT TEXT (PDF file, 5.4 MB)

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DATA AND IMAGES

STUDY -- Selected Data for 1,240 Wells and Springs, Collected During This Study
Figure 4. Map of the distribution of selected study wells and springs
Table A1. Data for selected study wells and springs
GIS files listing the locations of study wells and springs
NONSTUDY -- Selected Data for 4,753 Wells and Springs, Collected during Previous Studies
Figure A1. Map of the distribution of selected nonstudy wells and springs
Table A2. Data for selected nonstudy wells and springs
GIS files listing the locations of nonstudy wells and springs
WATERLEV -- Water-Level-Measurement Data and Hydrographs for Selected Wells
Figure 5. Map of the distribution of selected observation wells
Figures B5-7. Maps of water-level measurement data and hydrographs for 9 long-term, 117 State, and 112 bimonthly observation wells
Table B1. Summary data of water-level measurements for selected wells
Table B2. Water-level measurement data for the selected wells
RECORDER -- Water-Level-Measurement Data and Hydrographs for 33 Wells Equipped with Digital Recorders
Figure 6. Map of the distribution of selected wells equipped with digital recorders
Figure B8. Map of water-level-measurement data and hydrographs for selected wells with digital recorders
Table B3. Summary data of water-level measurements for selected wells equipped with digital recorders
Table B4. Daily noon water-level measurements for selected wells with digital recorders
GEOPHYS -- Summary of Borehole Geophysical Data for 16 Wells
Figure 7. Map of the distribution of selected wells with borehole geophysical data
Figure C2. Map and text files of borehole geophysical data for selected wells
Table C1. Summary of borehole geophysical data for selected wells
WATERCHM -- Water-Chemistry Data for Selected Wells and Springs
Figure 8. Map of the distribution of water-chemistry sample collection sites
Table D1. Water-chemistry data for selected wells and springs
Table D2. Historical water-chemistry data for wells and springs sampled
Description of sources for historical data for wells and springs sampled for water-chemistry
Map of arsenic concentrations
GEOL -- GIS data layers from selected reports for the Willamette Lowland, Oregon and Washington
Quaternary geologic units in the Willamette Basin, Oregon:
O'Connor, J.E., Sarna-Wojcicki, A.M., Wozniak, K.C., Polette, D.J., and Fleck, R.J., in press, Origin, extent, and thickness of Quaternary geologic units in the Willamette Valley, Oregon: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1620
Generalized Geologic units of the Willamette Lowland, Oregon and Washington:
Gannett, M.W. and Caldwell, R.R., 1998, Geologic framework of the Willamette Lowland aquifer system, Oregon and Washington: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1424-A, 32 p.
Geologic units of the Willamette Basin, Oregon:
Walker, G.W., and MacLeod, N.S., 1991, Geologic map of Oregon: U.S. Geological Survey, scale 1:500,000, 2 sheets


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