Assessment of the Hydrogeological Aspects of White River in South Dakota

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Introduction
Water is one of our mainly significant natural assets. If our planet would be lacking it, there would be no life present on this planet earth. It’s the duty of Hydrologists to study all characteristics of water bodies present at site and its relation to geography, geology, topography, biology, and chemistry. It’s the duty of Hydrologists to understand the problem present at site and then solve the problem by applying applicable technical knowledge and mathematical principles to solve water-related problems in civilization. These problems include the quantity, quality, and availability of water. The main task of the report is to evaluate the Groundwater resources and quality, the second part of this report is to evaluate the Surface water quality of White River in southeastern South Dakota.
The team of engineers is probing the White River in southeastern South Dakota for two concerns namely groundwater resources and surface water quality concerns. White River has expressed no serious apprehensions about the possible contacts of any prospect development on the southeastern South Dakota. Thus it is the need of time to undertake a hydrological and hydrogeological assessment, working to a brief agreed with Natural resources present in southeastern South Dakota.
Scope of work
The plan of the study is to prepare a preliminary assessment of the potential hydrological and hydrogeological aspects of White River in southeastern South Dakota. The following scope was…