The 16th annual National Groundwater Awareness Week will take place March 9-15, 2014. This is a time when National Ground Water Association (NGWA) and its partners educate the public about the resource of groundwater, its importance to public health, quality of living, and the environment, and for those who rely on groundwater from a household water well—how to take care of their water well system.
DGS and DEOS are pleased to announce that near real-time groundwater level data from well Oh25-09 have recently been made available on the DEOS web site through the Harbeson, DE-REC station found on the Current Conditions link (http://
To learn more about Protect Your Groundwater Day, please visit NGWA's information page:
In 2015, DGS became aware of a situation east of Dover where there is potential for overpumping of the Columbia aquifer by the City of Dover’s Long Point Road wellfield (LPRW) and numerous large-capacity irrigation wells in the surrounding area (Figure 1).