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  Barton and Stafford County Geohydrology

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Abstract

Introduction

Geography

Physiography

Geology

Geologic History

Ground Water

Records of Typical Wells

Logs of Test Holes

References

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Table 10

Table 10--Analyses of water from typical wells in Barton and Stafford County, Kansas. Analyses by H.A. Stoltenberg. Dissolved constituents given in parts per million (a), and in equivalents per million (b) (in italics).

Well Number Location Depth from which sample was taken (feet) Geologic source Date of collection Temperature (deg. F) Dissolved Solids Silica (SiO2) Iron (Fe) Calcium (Ca) Magnesium (Mg) Sodium and Potassium (Na + K) Bicarbonate (HCO3) Sulfate (SO4) Chloride (Cl) Fluoride (F) Nitrate (NO3) Hardness (calculated as CaCO3)
Total Carbonate Non-carbonate
  T. 19 S., R. 14 W.
19-14-17bb NW cor. sec. 17 Surface flow Cheyenne sandstone Oct-43                   33,000          
  T. 20 S., R. 14 W.
20-14-5cc SW cor. sec. 5 Surface flow Kiowa shale Oct-43                   28,300          
  T. 21 S., R. 11 W.
21-11-24cc SW cor. sec. 24 160-165 Meade formation 17-May-45   24,167   0.96 433
21.661
315
25.89
8,377
364.22
372
6.1
1,803
37.5
13,050
368.01
0.6
0.03
5.3
0.08
2,375 305 2,070
  T. 21 S., R. 12 W.
21-12-25bb NW cor. sec. 25 207-212 Meade formation 17-May-45   44,660   2.1 712
35.53
391
32.14
15,880
690.46
310
5.08
3,113
64.75
24,400
688.08
1.3
0.07
9.3
0.15
3,384 254 3,130
  T. 21 S., R. 13 W.
21-13-24bb NW cor. sec. 24 152-157 Meade formation 17-May-45   15,365   3.2 290
14.47
181
14.88
5,331
231.78
373
6.12
1,269
26.4
8,100
228.42
0.9
0.05
8.8
0.14
1,468 306 1,162
  T. 22 S., R. 11 W.
22-11-5dc1 SW cor. SE 1/4 sec. 5 Surface flow Meade formation 17-May-45   295   6.3 37
1.85
5.5
0.45
69
3.02
172
2.82
12
0.25
70
1.97
0.3
0.02
16
0.26
115 115 0
22-11-5dc2 SW cor. SE 1/4 sec. 5 50-55 Meade formation 17-May-45   369   5.7 39
1.95
5.6
0.46
97
4.21
188
3.08
15
0.31
107
3.02
0.3
0.02
12
0.19
120 120 0
22-11-5dc3 SW cor. SE 1/4 sec. 5 85-90 Permian rocks 17-May-45   8,688   24 361
18.01
118
9.7
2,787
121.19
188
3.08
591
12.29
4,730
133.39
0.6
0.03
7.1
0.11
1,386 154 1232
22-11-28bc SW cor. NW 1/4 sec. 28 51-56 Meade formation 17-May-45   287   41 36
1.8
5.5
0.45
65
2.84
195
3.2
12
0.25
38
1.07
0.3
0.02
34
0.55
112 112 0
  T. 22 S., R. 12 W.
22-12-23cc SW cor. sec. 23 154-159 Meade formation 17-May-45   27,032   3.4 491
24.5
233
19.15
9,550
415.26
255
4.18
1,923
40
14,700
414.54
0.9
0.05
8.4
0.14
2,182 209 1,973
  T. 23 S., R. 13 W.
23-13-12aa NE cor. sec. 12 162-167 Meade formation 17-May-45   62,178   5.6 954
47.6
416
34.2
22,442
975.72
139
2.28
3,341
69.49
34,950
985.59
1.6
0.08
5.3
0.08
4,090 114 3,976
23-13-22bb NW cor. sec. 22 59-64 Meade formation 27-Oct-43   323   0.3 48
2.4
9.6
0.79
62
2.68
220
3.61
37
0.77
47
1.32
0.5
0.03
8.8
0.14
160 160 0
  T. 24 S., R. 11 W.
24-11-28dd SE cor. sec. 28 101-106 Meade formation 17-May-45   1,584   13 96
4.79
23
1.89
481
20.91
244
4
100
2.08
760
21.43
0.5
0.03
3.1
0.05
334 200 134

a. One part per million is equivalent to one pound of substance per million pounds of water or 8.33 pounds per million gallons of water
b. An equivalent per million is a unit chemical equivalent weight of solute per million unit weights of solution. concentration in equivalents per million is calculated by dividing the concentration in parts per million by the chemical combining weight of the substance or ion.

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