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Hydrogeology of the Upper Silver Bow Creek drainage area, Montana

M. K. Botz

Hydrogeology of the Upper Silver Bow Creek drainage area, Montana

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Published by Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology in Butte .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Montana,
  • Silver Bow Creek Watershed (Silver Bow County and Deer Lodge County)
    • Subjects:
    • Groundwater -- Montana -- Silver Bow Creek Watershed (Silver Bow County and Deer Lodge County)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby M. K. Botz.
      SeriesMontana. Bureau of Mines and Geology. Bulletin 75, Bulletin (Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology) ;, 75.
      ContributionsMontana College of Mineral Science and Technology., Joint Water Resources Research Center.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB1025.M9 B67
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiv, 32 p.
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5029030M
      LC Control Number73631665

      PROJECT IN UPPER SHEEP CREEK BASIN IN MEAGHER COUNTY, MT. Prepared for: TINTINA RESOURCES INC. White Sulphur Springs, Montana Prepared by: David Stagliano, Montana Biological Survey. Peosta Ave. Helena, Montana File Size: 1MB. -SPECIAL INTEREST AREA RIPARIAN RESERVE 26 - LATE SUCCESSIONA. RESERVE OLD GROWTH 15 — FOREGROUND RETENTION 07 — MIDDIEGROUND RETENTION MANAGED WATERSHED 23 - GAME RANGE 20 - UATT?IX 1 Merged Plan Map of Watershed Figure 2 PLAN FOR BIG BUTTE 3CRLE WATERSHED Upper Big Butte Watershed Analysis. The Montana State Library makes every effort to ensure that everyone may access the resources of our library including online resources through our website. If you cannot access a resource or service please contact our library staff at


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Silver Bow County Area and Parts of Beaverhead and Jefferson Counties, Montana In cooperation with the Montana Agricultural Experiment Station The original maps and tables, except for climate tables, have been deleted from this online version. Since publication of the soil survey, more data on soil properties.

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The Prairie Dog Creek drainage basin in southeastern Montana was investigated during to establish a basic understanding of its surface-water and ground-water resources and the quality of water in an area having coal-mining potential.

The principal minable coal is the to foot-thick Wall and lower Wall coal beds near the middle part of the Tongue River Member of the Fort Union. INTRODUCTION THE BERKELEY pit in the Butte Mining District encompasses approximately km2 of the upper Silver Bow Creek drainage area, southwestern Mon- tana (Fig.

During excavation it reached a maximum depth of m with a lateral extent of approximately km by km across at the by: Description ofthe Study Area Silver Bow Creek flows as a from Butte at the Metro Storm Drain, to the Warm Springs Ponds 27 miles > downstream.

Both acid mine drainage and contaminated groundwater seepages enter Silver Bow Creek within the Butte. the study area. Mudstones in the Hell Creek Formation confine the upper part of the aquifer, and the Pierre Shale confines its base.

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Hydrogeology of the Helena Valley-fill aquifer system, west-central MontanaAuthor: David W. Briar. Diel and synoptic studies were undertaken in Silver Bow Creek, a small, highly eutrophic stream receiving municipal sewage from the city of Butte, Montana, USA.to quantify the fate of CBM co-produced water at a study site in the Upper Beaver Creek drainage, within the Powder River watershed.

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The average annual flow at the Twin Bridges United States Geological Survey (USGS) gaging. Department of Earth Sciences Montana State University P.O. Box Bozeman, MT [email protected] Location: Traphagen Hall Tel: () Geologic map of the Wise River quadrangle, Silver Bow and Beaverhead Counties, Montana Geologic Quadrangle By: George D.

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