Accession Number:

ADA324836

Title:

Installation Restoration Program. Preliminary Assessment/Site Inspection. Volume II, Appendices A-H. 223rd Combat Communications Squadron Hot Springs Air National Guard Station, Arkansas Air National Guard, Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Descriptive Note:

Corporate Author:

OPERATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES CORP SAN ANTONIO TX

Personal Author(s):

Report Date:

1995-07-01

Pagination or Media Count:

564.0

Abstract:

Supply copies of all sampling data, on-site and off-site, including location map, detection limits see definitions below, raw data sheets, QAQC documents, dates sampled, analytical methods used, well or boring logs, and sampling techniques. All sampling data is provided in Appendix E of the PASI Report. Locations of samples and sampling techniques are provided in Section 5.0 of the PASI Report, while boring logs are provided in Appendix B. Locate and identify on a map all known or suspected sources see definition below. Supply all information about sources such as dates of operation, use, or spillage amounts of material deposited, stored, or spilled dimensions of sources known or suspected hazardous substances see definition below, etc. This information is provided in Sections 4.2 and 5.4 of the PASI Report. Provide a description of all aquifers beneath the site, including description of overlying materials, depth first encountered, thickness, and composition. In general, few productive aquifers exist in northern and western Arkansas, therefore, public water supplies are usually derived from surface water sources. In contrast, alluvial aquifers are heavily used in eastern Arkansas for agricultural purposes. The exception to this is the numerous hot and cool natural springs which exist in a concentrated area in and around Hot Springs National Park, located virtually in the center of the city of Hot Springs. The famous Hot Springs consist of over forty springs which produce approximately 800,000 gallons per day of water at approximately 610C. The localized aquifer which feeds these springs consists of Bigfork chert and Arkansas novaculite formations located north and northeast of the Station about 3-5 miles. the Station.

Subject Categories:

  • Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology
  • Water Pollution and Control

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE