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||Methods for Determining the Location of Abandoned Wells
||EPA Contract No. CR-809353, Jerry Thornhill, Project Officer, 130 pgs.
||Using models to simulate the movement of contaminants through groundwater flow systems
||Critical reviews in environmental control, ed. by Staub, C.P., p. 97-156.
|Arya, A., T.A. Hewett, R.G. Larson, and L.W. Lake
||Dispersion and reservoir heterogeneity
||SPE Reservoir Engineering
|Barnes, Marian J.
||The Extent and Behavior of the Mineralized Water in the Mt. Simon Formation, Northeastern Illinois
||Unpublished Masters Thesis, Northern Illinois University
|American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
||Standard Guide for Documenting a Ground-Water Flow Model Application
||Jun 1995, p. 469-473.
||Standard Guide for Defining Initial Conditions in Ground-Water Flow Modeling
||Jan 1995, p. 1382-1383.
||Standard Guide for Conducting a Sensitivity Analysis for a Ground-Water Flow Model Application
||Oct. 1994, p. 1411-1415
||Standard Guide for Defining Boundary Conditions in Ground-Water Flow Modeling
||Oct. 1994, p. 1364-1366.
||Standard Guide for Comparing Ground-Water Flow Model Simulations to Site-Specific Information
||Jan. 1994, p. 1326-1333.
||Standard Practice for Evaluating Mathematical Models for the Environmental Fate of Chemicals
||Apr 1992, p. 255-261.
||Standard Test method for determination of the in-situ stress in rock using the hydraulic fracturing method
||May 1987,p. 866-872
|Brower, Ross D., Visocky, Adrian P., Krapac, I. G., Hensel, B. R., Peyton, G. R., Nealon, J.S., and Guthrie, M.
||Evaluation of Underground Injection of Industrial Waste in Illinois
||Illinois Scientific Surveys Joint Report 2
|Clifford, Michael J.
||Subsurface Liquid-waste Injection in Ohio
||Information Circular No. 3, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, p. 1-26.
|Dames and Moore
||Ground Water for Planing in Southwest Ohio
||Ohio Water Plan Inventory, Report No. 23, 70 pgs, 7 plates
|Eagon, Herbert B.
||Ohio Hydrologic Atlas
||Ohio Water Plan Inventory, Report No. 13, 4 pgs, 4 sheets
|Gelhar, L.W., A.L. Gutjahr, and R.L. Naff
||Stochastic analysis of macrodispersion in a stratified aquifer
||WRR 15:6, p. 1387-1397
|Gelhar, Lynn W.
||Stochastic subsurface hydrology from theory to applications
||WRR 22:3, p. 135S-145S
|Hayduk, W. and H. Laudie
||Prediction of diffusion coefficients for nonelectrolytes in dilute aqueous solutions
||AIChE J 20:3, p. 611-615
|Hoholick; John D., Metarko, Thomas; and Potter, Paul E.
||Regional Variations of Porosity and Cement: St. Peter and Mount Simon Sandstones in Illinois Basin
||Bulletin V. 68, No. 6; The American Association of Petroleum Geologists; p 753-764.
||Stratigraphy of the Cambrian and Lower Ordovician Rocks in Ohio
||Bulletin 64, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, p. 1-197.
|Kellet, Stanley J.
||Analyses of Subsurface Brines of Indiana
||Geological Survey Occasional Paper 41, Indiana Department of Geological Survey, p. 30.
|Lake, Larry W.
||Enhanced oil recovery
||Prentice-Hall, p. 163-168
|Matheron, G. and G. de Marsily
||Is transport in porous media always diffusive? A counterexample
||WRR 16:5 p. 901-917
||Modeling Molecular Diffusion in No-migration Demonstration
||Proceedings of the International Symposium on Class I and II Well Technology, J.S. Lynn ed., UIPC, OKC, OK pp 281-315.
|Nealon, Dennis J.
||A hydrological Simulation of Hazardous Waste Injection in the Mt. Simon, Ohio
||Unpublished Masters Thesis, Ohio University
|Pickens, J.F. and G.E. Grisak
||Scale-dependent dispersion in a stratified granular aquifer
||WRR 17:4, p. 1191-1211
|Potter, R.W. and D.L. Brown
||The volumetric properties of aqueous sodium chloride solutions from 0 to 500 C at pressures up to 2000 bars based on a regression of available data in the literature
||Geological Survey Bulletin 1421-C
|Reid, R.C., J.M. Prausnitz & B.E. Poling
||The Properties of gases and liquids
||4th ed., McGraw-Hill Book Co., p. 614-617
||Ground -Water Levels in Illinois through 1961
||Illinois State Water Survey Report of Investigations 45, p 51
|Sasman, R.T., Benson, C.R., Dzurisin, G.L., and Risk, NE
||Water-Level Decline and Pumpage in Deep Wells in Northern Illinois, 1966-1971
||Circular 113, Illinois State Water Survey
|Schnoebelen, Douglas J., Bugliosi, Edward F., Hanover, Robert H., Rupp, John A.
||Approximate Location of the 10,000-Milligram-per-Liter Dissolved-Solids Boundary in Silurian and Devonian Carbonate-Rock Aquifer, Southwestern and Northern Indiana
||U.S. Geol Sur. Water-Resources Investigation Report 95-4071, 12 pgs and sheet
|Shearrow, George G.
||Geologic Cross Section of the Paleozoic Rocks from Northwestern to Southeastern Ohio
||Division of Geological Survey Report of Investigations No. 33, 42 pgs, 1 sheet
|Shearrow, George G.
||Maps and Cross Sections of the Cambrian and Lower Ordovician in Ohio
||Ohio Geological Society, Columbus, Ohios 31pgs., 8 plates.
|Shrake, Douglas L.
||The Middle Run Formation: A Subsurface Stratigraphic Unit in Southwestern Ohio
||Ohio J. Sci. 91 (1): 49-55
|Walton, William C.
||Practical aspects of groundwater modeling
||National Water Well Association, 34-43
||Evaluation of the Ohio Valley Region Basal Sandstone as a Wastewater Injection Interval
||Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commision, 30 pgs., 1 figure, 10 maps, 11 tables
|Warner, Don L., coord
||Hydrogeological and Hydrochemical Assessment of the Basal Sandstone and overlying Paleozoic Age Units in the North Central Region
||Geological Surveys of Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan and Univ of Missoure, Rolla for USEPA
|Wickstrom, Lawrence H., Botoman, George, and Stith, David A.
||Report on a Continuouslly Cored Hole Drilled into the Precambrian in Seneca County, Northwwestern Ohio
||Information Circular No. 51, Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geological Survey, 1 Sheet.
||Assessing the Geochemical Fate of Deep-Well-Injected Hazardous Waste: Summaries of Recent Research
||EPA/625/6-89/025b, 97 pgs.