3 edition of Groundwater of the Northern Neck Peninsula, Virginia found in the catalog.
Groundwater of the Northern Neck Peninsula, Virginia
V. P. Newton
by Commonwealth of Virginia, State Water Control Board, Bureau of Water Control Management in Richmond
Written in English
|Statement||by V. P. Newton and E. A. Siudyla and Tidewater Regional Office.|
|Series||Planning bulletin - Commonwealth of Virginia, State Water Control Board ; 307|
|Contributions||Siudyla, E. A., joint author., Virginia. State Water Control Board. Tidewater Regional Office., Virginia. Bureau of Water Control Management.|
|LC Classifications||GB1025.V8 N48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 48,  p.,  leaves of plates (3 fold.) :|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||79623892|
Records of wells on the Northern Neck Peninsula, Virginia (including well logs and chemical analyses of ground water) Series title: Open-File Report: Series number: DOI: /ofr Edition-Year Published: Language: ENGLISH: Description: p. The geographical realities of the Northern Neck peninsula jutting well into the Bay permitted the British to carry out their plans for attacking small towns and local shipping. The Northern Neck was a primary food and water supply source to sustain their troops aboard ships, as the British supply system was inadequate to maintain provisions.
Historic pumping from other uses in Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula are likely to have smaller cones of depression that interfere with current permittee’s Expansion of the Eastern Virginia Groundwater Management Area. The January 1, , expansion include the. Along the Northern Neck peninsula, the Potomac passes the birthplaces of James Monroe, George Washington, then Robert E. Lee in Westmoreland County. Reaching the Yeocomico River and Northumberland County, tributaries such as Coan River, Hull Creek and the Little Wicomico combine to create a county that is nearly as much water as land.
This book covers the Northumberland County, Virginia, register of free blacks, Northumberland County lies in the eastern section of the Northern Neck of Virginia, which is the peninsula of land bordered by the Potomac River on the north, the Chesapeake Bay on the east, and the Rappahannock River on the s: 1. The house, Sunrise Point, is situated on a peninsula with close to degrees of water frontage situated in 7 acres of woodland on the Northern Neck peninsula of Virginia.
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P Newton. Virginia DEQ - The Virginia Department of Environmental. Sleepy and rural, gently undulating, known variously as “the garden of Virginia” and “the Athens of the New World,” the Northern Neck is a mile peninsula bracketed by the Rappahannock.
Just a bit Northeast of Richmond, Virginia and heading towards the Chesapeake Bay you will find a wonderfully unspoiled area of Virginia known as the Northern Neck.
This peninsula is bordered by three bodies of water – to the North is the Potomac River, to the South is the Rappahannock River and to the East is Groundwater of the Northern Neck Peninsula Chesapeake Bay.
Virginia’s Northern Neck Peninsula is the “birthplace of our nation” with three of the first five American presidents being born here, along with other prominent families that helped form our nation and its Declaration of Independence.
It is a land where generations of Watermen still continue to harvest Rockfish, Blue Crabs and the ever. The Virginia Peninsula is a peninsula in southeast Virginia, USA, bounded by the York River, James River, Hampton Roads and Chesapeake is sometimes known as the Lower Peninsula to distinguish it from two other peninsulas to the north, the Middle Peninsula and the Northern Neck.
It is the site of historic Jamestown, founded in as the first English settlement in North America. The Hope and Glory Inn 65 Tavern Rd Irvington, VA Phone: Fax: Email: [email protected] the original source of groundwater: rainfall Source: Virginia Water Resources Research Center - The Threat to Virginia's Groundwater When it rains where does the water go.
In urbanized areas, where pavement and roof tops cover the natural ground surface, raindrops might run down a gutter or off a paved road into a stormwater pond, then drain from the pond's outlet into a creek. This gem of the Northern Neck is located just 20 minutes away from our inn, at the eastern edge of our peninsula.
It’s open year-round to the public from dawn until dusk, with a lovely stretch of undeveloped beaches to enjoy. Feel free to take a stroll through the sand and soak up the beauty. For your next road trip adventure, travel through Virginia’s Northern Neck, a mile peninsula that runs between the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers, ending at the picturesque Chesapeake Bay.
Take Route 3 from Fredericksburg to Irvington and discover fresh seafood, charming wineries, and lots of outdoor adventure along the way. Westmoreland County is located on the Northern Neck Peninsula of the Eastern portion of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
While not clear, it is possible the name was taken from Westmoreland, England similar to its sister county in Pennsylvania . The Northern Neck is the northernmost of three large peninsulas (traditionally called “necks” in Virginia) on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay.
This peninsula is bounded by the Potomac River on the north and the Rappahannock River on the south. It encompasses Lancaster, Northumberland, Richmond, and Westmoreland Counties. Station Number Station name Date/Time Depth to water level, feet below LSD Elev-ation, feet above NGVD Accomack County: The limestone is relatively continuous laterally across central parts of the Northern Neck, Middle Peninsula, and York-James Peninsula.
Other geologic units are of variable extent. The configurations of most of the geologic units are further affected by newly identified faults that are aligned radially from the Chesapeake Bay impact crater and.
Days 4 and 5: Irvington to Onancock ( miles) Today your drive is a little over three hours, but there are beautiful stops along the way. Head south along VA-3 and U.S. 17, leave the Northern Neck and Virginia mainland and take the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel to Virginia's Eastern Shore, a mile-long stretch of peninsula buffered by the Chesapeake and barrier islands lining the.
Northern Virginia; Central Virginia (Charlottesville, Staunton, Albemarle area) Southeastern Virginia, including Richmond, Virginia Beach, Portsmouth, etc. Fredericksburg, Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula areas of Virginia; The Eastern Shore of Virginia; Shenandoah Valley (Rockbridge, Rockingham, Augusta, Highland and Bath counties).
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The peninsula between the Potomac and Rappahannock rivers known as the Northern Neck stretches miles southeast from Fredericksburg to the Chesapeake Bay. A popular weekend getaway for us residents of nearby metropolitan areas, this rural land of rolling hills serrated by quiet tidal creeks is the ancestral home of the Carters, the.
The Northern Neck is a narrow, picturesque peninsula that comprises about square miles separated from the rest of Virginia by the Rappahannock.
Francis A. O'Brien's book "Battling for.History of The Neck. The following is a "history" of the Northern Neck. Major parts of the following text are taken from books by Miriam Haynie (The Stronghold) and John C.
Wilson (Virginia's Northern Neck, a pictorial history). Other parts of the following are written by the author, David Dammer.Distinctive Virginia waterfront homes, estates, and land on the Chesapeake Bay from the York River in Gloucester to the Piankatank River in Mathews and beyond to the great Rappahannock River in the Northern Neck including Urbanna, White Stone, and Kilmarnock.
Offices strategically located on the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula of.