Groundwater is a major source of water in Texas, providing about 60 percent of the The mission of the Groundwater Division is to collect, interpret, and provide accurate, objective information on the groundwater resources of Texas. Our vision is for the people of Texas to know and understand their groundwater resources. The Groundwater Division is responsible for all aspects of groundwater studies in the state.
Literature Review On Groundwater Quality
Groundwater is an essential and vital resource for about a quarter of all Canadians. It is their sole source of water for drinking and washing, for farming and manufacturing, indeed, for all their daily water needs. Yet for the majority of Canadians -- those who do not depend on it -- groundwater is a hidden resource whose value is not well understood or appreciated. Our image of Canada is of a land of sparkling lakes, rivers and glaciers. Groundwater, which exists everywhere under the surface of the land, is not part of this picture. Not surprisingly, therefore, concerns of Canadians about water quality focus primarily on surface waters -- our lakes and rivers. The less visible, but equally important, groundwater resources have received less public attention, except in regions of Canada where people depend on them.
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Groundwater Assessment of the Titanyen-Cabaret Development Corridor, Haiti
Groundwater continues to gain recognition as a critical natural resource issue in Colorado. At the same time the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment CDPHE is developing a statewide groundwater protection plan that will identify aquifer vulnerability to pollution. The CGS hydrogeology team was brought in to augment the science and develop a comprehensive online portal to the geoscience behind these efforts. The CDPHE determined that an ever-expanding digital environment makes it necessary that information and data are available to a wide public audience. This effort compiles existing material in an easily-accessible digital format from many sources and builds on our award-winning Ground Water Atlas of Colorado.
Millions of people from different countries are heavily dependent on groundwater containing elevated level of As for drinking purposes. As contamination of groundwater, poses a serious risk to human health. Excessive and prolonged exposure of inorganic As with drinking water is causing arsenicosis, a deteriorating and disabling disease characterized by skin lesions and pigmentation of the skin, patches on palm of the hands and soles of the feet. Arsenic poisoning culminates into potentially fatal diseases like skin and internal cancers.