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Surface water control in New Jersey

Stephen A. Decter

Surface water control in New Jersey

drainage, flood control, and related policies in an urban state

by Stephen A. Decter

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Published by Bureau of Govt. Research, Rutgers, the State University] in [New Brunswick, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Jersey.
    • Subjects:
    • Drainage -- New Jersey.,
    • Flood control -- New Jersey.,
    • Water -- Law and legislation -- New Jersey.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Stephen A. Decter.
      ContributionsRutgers University. Bureau of Government Research., New Jersey. Governor"s Committee on Disease Control. Joint Committee on Drainage.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTC977.N5 D4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. (267 p.)
      Number of Pages267
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5636072M
      LC Control Number68063515

      Public Water System ID (PWSID) Water System Name Water System Type System Status Primary Source of Water Principal County Served Principal City Served; NJ BARNEGAT LIGHT WATER DEP: Community (C) Active: Groundwater: OCEAN: BARNEGAT LIGHT BORO NJ BEACH HAVEN WATER DEPT: Community (C) Active: Groundwater: OCEAN: BEACH. SURFACE-WATER RECORDS LOCATIONLat 39°17'09", long 74°34'32" referenced to North American Datum of , Ocean City, Cape May County, NJ, Hydrologic Unit , The well is mounted with adjustable stainless steel brackets to a piling on the public fishing pier at The Bayside Center of Ocean City, NJ on Bay Ave in Ocean City and mi southeast of Somers Point.

      Get this from a library! Surface-water-temperature statistics for streams in New Jersey and vicinity, [Timothy J Reed; Kathryn Hunchak-Kariouk; New Jersey. Department of Environmental Protection,; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. Surface-water data for New Hampshire Consistent, historic, and up-to-date surface-water data, such as gage height (stage) and streamflow (discharge), collected at major rivers, lakes, and reservoirs, downloadable from the USGS National Water Information System as graphs, tables, or files. Surface-water data for New Jersey.

      Due to COVID, the Surface Water Treatment Workshop has been postponed to April AWWA’s Water Equation and the North Dakota Section of AWWA will award the One AWWA Operator Scholarship ($$2,) for Water Operator training and . Water resources data for New Jersey, water year Volume 1. Surface-water data. Water-data report (Annual), 1 October September


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Get this from a library. Surface water control in New Jersey; drainage, flood control, and related policies in an urban state. [Stephen A Decter; Rutgers University. Bureau of Government Research.; New Jersey. Governor's Committee on Disease Control. Joint Committee on Drainage.]. Surface Water This regulated activity involves the discharge of treated effluent from various municipal and industrial facilities directly into a river, stream, or the ocean.

These facilities operate under the authority of a NJPDES permit which limits the mass and/or concentration of pollutants discharged. Citizen’s Guide to Surface Water Quality in New Jersey Drinking Water Standards—N.J.S.A. A The Water Supply Administration oversees NJ drinking water standards and the ensures that.

Jersey Water Pollution Control Act, N.J.S.A. A et. seq. Surface Water Quality Standards establish designated uses, classify streams based on uses, designate antidegradationFile Size: KB.

This data is a digital representation of New Jersey's Surface Water Quality Standards in accordance with "Surface Water Quality Standards for New Jersey Waters" as designated in N.J.A.C.

The Surface Water Quality Standards (SWQS) establish the designated uses to be achieved and specify the water quality (criteria) necessary to protect the State's : Water Monitoring Standards.

The Bureau of Surface Water Permitting regulates facilities discharging domestic and industrial wastewater directly into surface waters of the state as part of the NJPDES program. Permittees include various industries, federal, state, county, and municipal facilities, private companies, private residential developments, hospitals, and schools.

These summaries describe and characterize the quality of surface-water data collected cooperatively by the USGS and New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) as part of the New Jersey Ambient Surface-Water-Quality Monitoring Network.

Data on the physical characteristics and water-quality constituents in samples collected at. Surface Water Classification Assessments Trout are useful bioindicators of stream health as excellent water quality and habitat are necessary for their survival and successful reproduction.

Inthe Bureau of Freshwater Fisheries initiated the process of identifying and classifying New Jersey waters according to their suitability. “FW” means the general surface water classification applied to fresh waters. “FW1” means those fresh waters, as designated in N.J.A.C.

B(j), that are to be maintained in their natural state of quality (set aside for posterity) and not subjected to any man-made. NJDEP- Division of Water Quality - Water Pollution Control Discharge to Surface Water Permit Application Forms and Checklists *Download forms to the right the of discharge category.

Significant Indirect User Discharges for New DLA and Non-DLA dishargers( kb) Form SIU-1 (Non-DLA): Significant Indirect User Discharges for Renewal Non. ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL SURFACE WATER QUALITY STANDARDS Section 1: Intent It is the policy of the Department to mainta in within its jurisdiction surface waters of the State of satisfactory quality consistent with public health and public recreation purposes, the propagation and protection of fish and aquatic life, and otherFile Size: KB.

NJDEP- Division of Water Quality - Water Pollution Control Protecting New Jersey's surface and ground waters from pollution caused by improperly treated wastewater, residuals, and stormwater. Mail Code A Division of Water Quality Water Resource Management PO Box E. State Street Trenton, NJ The USGS New Jersey Water Science Center is providing technical hydrologic assistance to the U.S.

Air Force Civil Engineering Center (AFCEC) at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst (JBMDL) in New Jersey, regarding contamination issues associated with perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) such as perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) and perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) in groundwater and surface water.

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. The data in this table is a subset of those data used to designate the river miles adopted in the Category One upgrades.

efficiency of surface water removal. The New Jersey Water Management Guide includes in an appendix recommendations for drainage of many of the soil series found in New Jersey that commonly require drainage. The recommendations are largely historical in nature and based on experience with the particular soil or a similar soil.

The. Get this from a library. Withdrawals of ground water and surface water in New Jersey, [John P Nawyn; Rick M Clawges; New Jersey. Department of Environmental Protection.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Water. The Nation’s freshwater supply, shaped by rainfall, snowmelt, runoff and infiltration, is distributed unevenly across the landscape, throughout the seasons, and from year to year.

In many areas, concerns are growing about the adequacy of the available ground and surface water supply and the quality of the water to support intended uses. Get this from a library. Assessment of contamination of ground water and surface water in the area of build Picatinny Arsenal, New Jersey, [Blaine P Sargent; Army Armament Research, Development, and Engineering Center (U.S.); Geological Survey (U.S.);].

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In New Jersey, the Program is focusing on the effect of land use on shallow ground-water quality, spatial and temporal trends in ground-water quality, well vulnerability to contamination from various sources, toxic materials in surface water, stormwater quality, and the effects of interbasin surface-water transfers on water quality.

About 26 percent of water used came from groundwater. The pipes leading out of the surface-water and groundwater cylinders on the top row and flowing into the bottom rows of cylinders (green) show the categories of water use where the water was sent after being withdrawn from a river, lake, reservoir, or well.An examination of both theoretical and practical approaches to the geochemistry of natural waters with a more tightly focused emphasis on fresh-water environments.

The third edition focuses more on environmental issues than the previous edition, reflecting the importance on environmental geochemistry as a result of increased environmental Cited by:   The water covers a very large area and is 2 feet deep in some parts. It takes many days for the water to recede and my sump pump has to work continuously.

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