Commit 55b1a71c authored by Asquith, William H.'s avatar Asquith, William H.

grammar update

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Date: March 26, 2020\\[3pt]
Date: April 14, 2020\\[3pt]
Authors: William H. Asquith, Virginia L. McGuire, and Ronald C. Seanor\\[3pt]
Primary contact: William H. Asquith (\texttt{wasquith@usgs.gov})\\[3pt]
Source: \texttt{./input/GWcolumns/GWcolumns.tex} (LaTeX formatted plain-text file)\\[3pt]
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\ic{K}, Mining;
\ic{M}, Medicinal;
\ic{N}, Industrial;
\ic{P}, Public supply;
\ic{P}, Public supply (see additional and custom explanation below);
\ic{Q}, Aquaculture;
\ic{R}, Recreation;
\ic{S}, Stock supply;
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\ic{U}, Unused;
\ic{Y}, Desalination; and
\ic{Z}, Other, there is no remark field available explaining this code.
The \ic{P} category is switched to missing during \infoGWvisGWDB software operation preparing a GWmaster object for purposes of masking this water use into the mixture of other missing entries for this national water-use code. The \infoGWvisGWDB software refactors these codes to honor the codes actually in the table.
\item{$\bullet$} \icitem{WATER_USE_2_CD}The secondary water-use code. This is analogous to the \ic{water_use_2_cd} field in NWIS and a one-character factor variable. (See also \ic{WATER_USE_1_CD})
\item{$\bullet$} \icitem{WATER_USE_3_CD}The tertiary water-use code. This is analogous to the \ic{water_use_3_cd} field in NWIS and is a one-character factor variable. (See also \ic{WATER_USE_1_CD})
\item{$\bullet$} \icitem{NAT_WATER_USE_CD}The national water-use code. This is analogous to the \ic{nat_water_use_cd} field in NWIS and is a two-character factor variable restricted to:
\ic{WS}, water supply;
\ic{WS}, water supply (see additional and custom explanation below);
\ic{DO}, domestic;
\ic{CO}, commercial;
\ic{IN}, industrial;
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\ic{RM}, remediation;
\ic{TE}, thermoelectric power water use; and
\ic{AQ}, aquaculture.
The \ic{WS} category is switched to missing during \infoGWvisGWDB software operation preparing a GWmaster object for purposes of masking this water use into the mixture of other missing entries for this national water-use code. The \infoGWvisGWDB software refactors these codes to honor the codes actually in the table. (See also \ic{WATER_USE_1_CD})
\item{$\bullet$} \icitem{AQFR_TYPE_CD}The aquifer-type code. This is analogous to the \ic{aqfr_type_cd} field in NWIS and is a one-character factor variable restricted to:
\ic{U}, unconfined single aquifer;
\ic{N}, unconfined multiple aquifers;
\ic{C}, confined single aquifer;
\ic{M}, confined multiple aquifer; and
\ic{X}, (confined and unconfined multiple aquifers).
\ic{X}, confined and unconfined multiple aquifers.
\item{$\bullet$} \icitem{WELL_DEPTH_VA}The depth below land surface of the finished well, in feet. This is analogous to the \\ \ic{well_depth_va} field in NWIS and is a numeric variable.
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