Construction, Lithologic, and Water-Level Data for Wells Near the Dickson County Landfill, Dickson County, Tennessee, 1995
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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR WASHINGTON DC
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Organic compounds were detected in water samples collected from Sullivan Spring during several sampling events in 1994. Prior to this, the spring was the drinking-water source for two families in the Dickson, Tennessee area. An investigation was conducted by the U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with Dickson County Solid Waste Management, to determine the local ground-water altitudes and to determine if Sullivan Spring is hydraulically downgradient from the Dickson County landfill. This report describes the data collected during the investigation. Five monitoring wells were installed near the north-western comer of the landfill at points between the landfill and Sullivan Spring. Water-level measurements were made on June 1 and 2, 1995, at these wells and 13 other wells near the landfill to determine ground-water altitudes in the area. Water-level altitudes in the five new monitoring wells and three other landfill-monitoring wells were higher 750.04 to 800.17 feet than the altitude of Sullivan Spring approximately 725 feet. In general, wells in topographically high areas had higher water-level altitudes than Sullivan Spring and wells near streams in lowland areas.
- Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology