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Abstract

Introduction

Geography

Subsurface Rocks

Outcropping Rocks

Structural Geology

Ground Water

Well Records

Logs of Test Holes

References

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Table 9

Table 9--Chemical analyses of water from selected wells yielding moderately saline to briny water. [Dissolved constituents and hardness given in milligrams per liter.]

Well number Depth (feet) Geologic source Date of collection Dissolved solids
(evaporated at 180 deg. C)
Silica (SiO2) Iron (Fe) Calcium (Ca) Magnesium (Mg) Sodium and
potassium (Na+K)
Bicarbonate (HCO3) Sulfate (SO4) Chloride (Cl) Hardness as CaCO3
Total Non-carbonate Analyst (1)
12-24E-4dad 205 Stark Shale Member of Dennis Limestone 7/6/40 7,346 13   46 25 2,635 565 13 3,886 218 0 c
12-24E-4dad 485 Marmaton Group 7/20/40 18,357 10   257 117 6,073 405 6.2 9,803 1,123 791 c
12-24E-4ddc 230 Ladore Shale 10/1/40 10,015 1.6   94 44 3,757 441 6 5,484 414 52 c
14-22E-25c 1698 Arbuckle Group 3/4/40 39,800             1,550 17,100     d
14-24E-15bcb 230 Stark Shale Member of Dennis Limestone 1954                 5,690     b
15-22E-3ccc 816 Krebs Formation 11/ /58 33,000   34 850 365 11,500 146 14 20,200 3,621 3,501 a
15-22E-3ccc 1042 St. Louis Limestone 11/ /58 24,160     800 337 8,120 353 23 14,700 3,381 3,091 a

1. Analyst

  1. Kansas State Department of Health
  2. State Geological Survey of Kansas
  3. Missouri Geological Survey and Water Resources, R. T. Rolufs
  4. Morgan Acid Company, Wichita, Kansas

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