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Geologic, Geophysical, and Hydrologic Investigations for a Supplemental Municipal Groundwater Supply, Danville, Illinois Larson, David R.; Kempton, John P.; Meyer, Scott (Illinois State Water Survey and the Illinois State Geological Survey, 1997)Danville obtains its water from Lake Vermilion, a reservoir located on the North Fork Vermilion River. There have been problems with both water quantity and quality. Runoff in the North Fork watershed decreases during ...
Hydrogeologic Evaluation of Sand and Gravel Aquifers for Municipal Groundwater Supplies in East-Central Illinois Kempton, John P.; Morse, Walter J.; Visocky, Adrian P. (Illinois State Water Survey and the Illinois State Geological Survey, 1982)Glacial sand and gravel aquifers have been identified stratigraphically and mapped in a 50- by 80-mile rectangular area of east-central Illinois. Located within the area are several water-short communities as well as ...
Kempton, John P.; Visocky, Adrian P. (Illinois State Water Survey and the Illinois State Geological Survey, 1992)In this study, we examined groundwater resources and aquifers in the Mahomet Bedrock Valley, especially the Mahomet Sand and the Sankoty Sand and related aquifers in eastern Tazewell County. The study (1) identified ...
The Sankoty-Mahomet Aquifer in the Confluence Area of the Mackinaw and Mahomet Bedrock Valleys, Central Illinois Wilson, Steven D.; Kempton, John P.; Lott, R. Brandon (Illinois State Water Survey and the Illinois State Geological Survey, 1994)A study was undertaken to assess the characteristics of the Sankoty-Mahomet aquifer, one of Illinois' largest buried sand-and-gravel aquifers, which formed in the confluence area of the Mahomet and Mackinaw Bedrock ...