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Table 4

Table 4--Analyses of water from typical wells in Lyon County. Analyzed by H.A. Stoltenberg. Dissolved constituents given in parts per milliona.

Well No. Location Depth, feet Geologic Source Date of
Collection
Temp. (°F) Dissolved
Solids
Silica
(SiO2)
Iron
(Fe)
Calcium
(Ca)
Magnesium
(Mg)
Sodium &
Potassium (Na+K)
Bicarbonate
(HCO3)
Sulfate
(SO4)
Chloride
(Cl)
Fluoride
(F)
Nitrate
(NO3)
Hardness as CaCO3
Total Carbonate Noncarbonate
  T. 15 S., R. 10 E.
15-10-23dc SW SE sec. 23 18.2 Threemile ls 9/13/1951 ... 1,040 6.4 0.3 183 35 97 382 135 71 0.2 319 600 313 287
  T. 15 S., R. 13 E.
15-13-19ca NE SW sec. 19 16.4 Falls City ls and/or Hawxby sh 9/13/1951 56 656 8.6 0.82 117 57 36 464 177 20 0.5 12 526 380 146
  T. 16 S., R. 10 E.
16-10-9cc SW SW sec. 9 56.9 Beattie ls (?) 9/13/1951 ... 530 2.2 0.84 85 43 52 417 73 45 0.2 25 388 342 46
16-10-34dd SE SE sec. 34 26.6 Crouse ls 9/12/1951 ... 716 6 0.68 118 42 68 403 195 14 0.3 75 467 330 137
  T. 16, S., R. 11 E.
16-11-21da NE SE sec. 21 39.5 Long Creek ls 9/12/1951 57 556 3.2 0.07 114 26 48 344 145 33 0.3 18 392 282 110
16-11-22ad1 SE NE sec. 22
City of Allen, KSb
32 Long Creek ls 3/7/1951 ... 1,880 15 0.23 337 79 113 390 914 48 0.5 89 1,166 320 846
  T. 16 S., R. 13 E.
16-13-20da NE SE sec. 20 25.3 terrace alluvium 9/13/1951 ... 803 5.6 0.35 148 20 112 514 226 13 0.2 25 451 422 29
  T. 17 S., R. 10 E.
17-10-14da NE SE sec. 14 87.1 Long Creek ls 9/12/1951 ... 626 2.4 1.3 103 44 58 417 142 28 0.4 43 438 342 96
17-10-16ad SE NE sec. 16 53.2 Grenola ls 9/13/1951 ... 849 2.4 0.06 200 43 12 388 127 52 0.3 221 676 318 358
  T. 17 S., R. 13 E.
17-13-5cd SE SW sec. 5 30.6 Pierson Point-Willard sh 9/13/1951 ... 630 3.6 0.14 82 22 98 202 110 90 0.5 124 295 166 129
17-13-34da NE SE sec. 34
City of Reading, KSb
35 alluvium 10/5/1951 ... 417 7.8 0.1 84 18 48 354 65 17 0.3 7.1 284 284 0
  T. 18 S., R. 10 E.
18-10-12cb NW SW sec. 12 18.1 terrace alluvium 9/12/1951 58 1,180 2.6 0.12 200 39 115 324 111 142 0.1 407 660 266 394
  T. 18 S., R. 11 E.
18-11-1cc SW SW sec. 1 31.1 terrace alluvium 9/12/1951 57 998 3.2 0.55 188 29 103 396 266 63 0.3 150 588 324 264
18-11-22ad SE NE sec. 22 28.1 terrace alluvium 9/12/1951 57 1,430 2.6 0.19 292 56 92 427 519 99 0.3 159 958 350 608
  T. 18 S., R. 12 E.
18-12-6cc SW SW sec. 6 10.9 French Creek sh 9/12/1951 ... 1,600 10 9.9 230 78 176 383 892 24 0.7 0.8 894 314 580
  T. 18 S., R. 13 E.
18-13-27bc1 SW NW sec. 27 14.2 Cedar Vale sh 9/11/1951 60 512 2.2 0.05 118 28 28 395 116 10 0.4 14 410 324 86
  T. 19 S., R. 10 E.
19-10-4ab2 NW NE sec. 4 75 West Branch sh 10/30/1950 60 323 14 3.2 77 19 8.7 218 64 27 0.1 6.2 270 179 91
  T. 19 S., R. 11 E.
19-11-8cb1 NW SW sec. 8 62 terrace alluvium 9/12/1951 ... 864 4.4 0.06 176 39 63 364 338 55 0.4 8.8 600 298 302
19-11-13da NE SE sec. 13 24 terrace alluvium 9/11/1951 ... 762 5 0.07 148 25 86 442 170 52 0.2 58 472 362 110
  T. 19 S., R. 12 E.
19-12-4ab NE NW sec. 4 45.4 Pierson Point-Willard sh 9/12/1951 57 1,018 12 0.25 179 58 68 316 419 60 0.5 66 685 259 426
19-12-32cc SW SW sec. 32 27.5 Pierson Point-Willard sh 9/12/1951 ... 835 9 0.13 99 26 149 327 226 68 0.4 97 354 268 86
  T. 19 S., R. 13 E.
19-13-19dd SE SE sec. 19 47.3 White Cloud sh 9/11/1951 57 769 3.8 0.06 137 57 47 398 198 68 0.2 62 576 326 250
  T. 20 S., R. 10 E.
20-10-17 dc SW SE sec. 17 12.7 Howe ls 9/11/1951 61 625 7.4 0.23 131 37 30 366 173 17 0.6 49 479 300 179
  T. 20 S., R. 12 E.
20-12-24aa NE NE sec. 24 16.5 Happy Hollow ls 9/11/1951 57 2,251 14 0.22 152 163 337 523 816 153 0.3 358 1,049 429 620
20-12-31bb NW NW sec. 31 48.2 Langdon-Willard sh 9/11/1951 57 1,246 7.2 0.26 158 54 224 710 151 200 0.3 102 616 582 34
  T. 20 S., R. 13 E.
20-13-7cb NW SW sec. 7 34 terrace alluvium 9/11/1951 ... 479 6.6 0.07 114 13 44 355 65 41 0.2 20 338 291 47
20-13-14bd SE NW sec. 14
City of Hartford, KS
30-35 alluvium 5/14/1951 ... 495 23 0.11 133 16 10 415 37 19 0.1 17 398 340 58
20-13-28dc SW SE sec. 28 22.5 terrace alluvium 9/11/1951 57 1,037 14 0.21 182 38 148 278 24 464 0.2 30 610 228 382
  T. 21 S., R. 10 E.
21-10-26cd2 SE SW sec. 26 30.8 Friedrich-Dry sh 9/11/1951 53 1,074 4.6 0.11 284 22 23 329 180 119 0.2 279 799 270 529
  T. 21 S., R. 11 E.
21-11-2aa NE NE sec. 2 26.5 alluvium 9/11/1951 57 337 10 0.11 74 20 25 337 28 6 0.1 8 266 266 0
21-11-28dd SE SE sec. 28 38.1 Dry-Willard sh 9/11/1951 ... 822 11 0.21 95 43 109 344 120 36 0.2 239 414 282 132
  T. 21 S., R. 12 E.
21-12-29bc SW NW sec. 29 51.2 Auburn sh and/or Wakarusa ls 9/11/1951 57 613 8 1.3 112 31 70 465 141 20 0.5 1.3 407 382 25
  T. 21 S., R. 13 E.
21-13-27aa NE NE sec. 27 26 Severy sh 9/11/1951 57 511 5 0.64 101 21 42 239 196 9 0.4 19 338 196 142
aOne part per million is equivalent to one pound of substance per million pounds of water or 8.33 pounds per million gallons of water
bWater sample from municipal distribution system

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Kansas Geological Survey, Lyon County Geohydrology
Web version Sept. 2001. Original publication date March 1953.
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