The DGS, in response to the needs for efficient storage, manipulation,retrieval, and report-generating capability, has proceeded with the conversion of the paper file data base to an integrated automated geologic, hydrologic, and mineral resource management information system. It is necessary to organize data in a systematic and standardized fashion for efficient entry into the automated system. To accomplish this, the DGS has made major revisions in the data recording and filing systems.
This report contains the new DGS data schedules, describes the information that should be recorded on each schedule, and presents instructions for preparation of the schedules. The schedules are designed to make various kinds of data consistent with the input format screens utilized in the automated system.
The types of schedules described include:
2. Water Level
3. Lithologic Log
5. Aquifer Test
6. Geophysical Log
7. Field Water Quality
8. Laboratory Water Quality
9. OCS Well
Map showing the types of Earth science maps that are available from State, Federal, and County agencies. Final revision was March of 1990. This publication is now Out-Of-Print.
The DGS is, by statute, the state agency responsible for entering into agreements with its counterpart federal agencies, including the U.S. Geological Survey, the USGS Office of Minerals Information (formerly the U.S. Bureau of Mines), and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement (formerly the U. S. Minerals Management Service), and for administering all cooperative programs of the State with these agencies. The DGS also works with many in-state and out-of-state partner agencies and organizations.
Water Conditions Summary Groundwater Well Hydrographs
Water Conditions Summary Streamflow Graphs
Water Conditions Summary Precipitation Graphs
Map displaying all observing stations monitored by DGS for current and long-term conditions as part of the Water Conditions Summary for Delaware.