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  Barton and Stafford County Geohydrology

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Table 9

Table 9--Analyses of water from typical wells in 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 (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. 21 S., R. 11 W.
21-11-20ab NW NW sec. 20 25 Meade formation 26-Oct-42                   8          
21-11-25ad SE NE sec. 25 36 Meade formation 26-Oct-42 60 460   0.3 42
2.1
10
0.82
119
5.16
259
4.25
28
0.58
91
2.57
0.7
0.04
40
0.64
146 146 0
21-11-27aa NE NE sec. 27 32 Meade formation 26-Oct-42 59 2,150   0.11 131
6.54
10
0.82
664
28.89
382
6.26
116
2.41
895
25.24
1
0.05
142
2.29
368 313 55
21-11-30bc SW NW sec. 30 53 Meade formation 15-Jun-44 59 261   0.08 73
3.64
6.4
0.53
17
0.74
243
3.98
2.5
0.05
18
0.51
0.3
0.02
22
0.35
208 199 9
  T. 21 S., R. 12 W.
21-12-28bb NW NW sec. 28 85 Meade formation 15-Jun-44 58 214   0.06 59
2.94
4.2
0.34
20
0.88
223
3.66
2.7
0.06
14
0.39
0.3
0.02
2
0.03
164 164 0
  T. 21 S., R. 13 W.
21-13-3cc SW SW sec. 3 40 Meade formation 26-Oct-42 58 323   0.06 74
3.69
7.6
0.62
42
1.85
296
4.85
14
0.29
33
0.93
0.3
0.02
4.2
0.07
216 216 0
21-13-26bb NW NW sec. 26 50 Meade formation 15-Jun-44 58 297   0.02 70
3.49
7.2
0.59
37
1.62
285
4.67
14
0.29
25
0.7
0.4
0.02
1.3
0.02
204 204 0
21-13-31cd SE SW sec. 31 58 Meade formation 26-Oct-42 59 247   0.07 69
3.44
8.5
0.7
14
0.62
244
4
8.2
0.17
14
0.39
0.4
0.02
11
0.18
207 200 7
  T. 21 S., R. 14 W.
21-14-15cc SW SW sec. 15 40 Meade formation 26-Oct-42 58 203   0.31 50
2.5
7.2
0.59
14
0.6
163
2.67
9.5
0.2
13
0.37
0.4
0.02
27
0.43
154 134 20
  T. 22 S., R. 11 W.
21-11-2cd1 SE SW sec. 2 100 Meade formation 15-Jun-44 58 1,959   0.48 86
4.29
22
1.81
631
27.44
362
5.94
159
3.31
835
23.55
0.5
0.03
44
0.71
305 297 8
22-11-2cd2 SE SW sec. 2 100 Meade formation 21-Oct-42                              
22-11-9bb NW NW sec. 9 400 Meade formation 26-Oct-42 57 154   0.1 42
2.1
5.8
0.48
10
0.44
166
2.72
2.1
0.04
6.5
0.18
0.2
0.01
4.4
0.07
129 129 0
22-11-10bb NW NW sec. 10 18 Meade formation 15-Jun-44 57 252   0.06 48
2.4
7.6
0.62
39
1.7
206
3.38
8.8
0.18
34
0.96
0.4
0.02
11
0.18
151 151 0
22-11-19dd SE SE sec. 19 46.5 Meade formation 26-Oct-42 59 170   0.18 48
2.4
6.2
0.51
9.2
0.4
177
2.9
7.2
0.15
6.5
0.18
0.3
0.02
3.5
0.06
146 145 1
22-11-35ab NW NE sec. 35 75 Meade formation 26-Oct-42 57 676   0 50
2.5
9.8
0.8
198
8.6
211
3.46
24
0.5
272
7.67
0.2
0.01
16
0.26
165 165 0
  T. 22 S., R. 12 W.
22-12-1ad SE NE sec. 1 35 Meade formation 21-Oct-42                   1145          
22-12-9bc SW NW sec. 9 116 Meade formation 25-Oct-42 58 236   0.03 70
3.49
4.5
0.37
16
0.72
242
3.97
8.8
0.18
13
0.37
0.4
0.02
2.3
0.04
193 193 0
  T. 22 S., R. 14 W.
22-14-32ab NW NE sec. 32 38 Meade formation 26-Oct-42 58 274   0.14 78
3.89
7.5
0.59
17
0.75
259
4.25
13
0.27
18
0.51
0.4
0.02
11
0.18
224 212 12
  T. 23 S., R. 12 W.
23-12-7ad SE NE sec. 7 22.6 Meade formation 25-Oct-42 59 272   0.22 59
2.94
8.2
0.67
34
1.47
189
3.1
13
0.27
56
1.58
0.3
0.02
7.1
0.11
180 155 25
  T. 24 S., R. 11 W.
24-11-11cc SW SW sec. 11 50 Meade formation 25-Oct-42 57 340   0 70
3.49
8.3
0.68
51
2.2
255
4.18
14
0.29
64
1.8
0.4
0.02
5.3
0.08
208 208 0
  T. 24 S., R. 12 W.
24-12-11cd SE SW sec. 11 60 Meade formation 29-Oct-45   372 15 0.05 68 5.8 63 238 15 80 0.3 8.8 194 194 0
  T. 24 S., R. 13 W.
24-13-4b Center NW sec. 4 83 Meade formation 30-Apr-45   298 9.6 0.16 59 9 37 238 17 29 0.4 13 184 184 0
24-13-28cc SW SW sec. 28 68 Meade formation 25-Oct-42 58 183   0.03 49
2.44
3.7
0.3
16
0.68
165
2.71
6.4
0.13
12
0.34
0.5
0.03
13
0.21
137 136 1
  T. 24 S., R. 14 W.
24-14-22bc SW NW sec. 22 45 Meade formation 25-Oct-42 58 281   0.06 74
3.69
7.2
0.59
25
1.08
266
4.36
16
0.33
19
0.54
0.4
0.02
6.6
0.11
214 214 0
  T. 24 S., R. 15 W.
24-15-15cc SW SW sec. 15 73 Meade formation Mar-47   280   0.5 67
3.34
6
0.49
32
1.39
231
3.79
35
0.73
23
0.65
0.5
0.03
1.5
0.02
192 189 3
  T. 25 S., R. 11 W.
25-11-15dd SE SE sec. 15 41 Meade formation 25-Oct-42 59 288   11 68
3.39
6
0.49
21
0.9
183
3
17
0.35
20
0.56
0.3
0.02
53
0.85
194 150 44
  T. 25 S., R. 12 W.
25-12-11cb NW SW sec. 11 39.3 Meade formation 25-Oct-42 58 367   0.14 85
4.24
7.9
0.65
44
1.91
256
4.2
16
0.33
72
2.03
0.4
0.02
14
0.22
244 210 34
25-12-31dc SW SE sec. 31 26.7 Meade formation 25-Oct-42 60 274   0.06 72
3.59
7.1
0.58
22
0.97
237
3.89
11
0.23
26
0.73
0.4
0.02
17
0.27
208 194 14
  T. 25 S., R. 14 W.
25-14-29ad SE NE sec. 29 47.5 Meade formation 25-Oct-42 59 262   0.1 74
3.69
7.8
0.64
14
0.61
244
4
8.6
0.18
15
0.42
0.4
0.02
20
0.32
216 200 16
  T. 25 S., R. 15 W.
25-15-8cb NW SW sec. 8 48 Meade formation 25-Oct-42 59 164   0 54
2.69
6.3
0.52
0.46
0.02
176
2.89
3.1
0.06
6
0.17
0.4
0.02
5.8
0.09
160 144 16
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.
c. Analysis of treated water. Sample taken from tap at city auditorium.

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