2 edition of Ground-water resources and geology of Seminole, Decatur and Grady counties, Georgia found in the catalog.
Ground-water resources and geology of Seminole, Decatur and Grady counties, Georgia
Charles W. Sever
|Statement||by Charles W. Sever.|
|Series||Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 1809-Q, Contributions to the hydrology of the United States -- 1964|
|Contributions||Georgia. Dept. of Mines, Mining, and Geology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||30|
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[Charles W Sever; Geological Survey (U.S.),; Georgia book. Department of Mines, Mining, and Geology.]. GROUND-WATER RESOURCES AND GEOLOGY OF SEMINOLE, DEGATUR, AND GRADY COUNTIES, GEORGIA By CHARLES W.
SEVER ABSTRACT Seminole, Decatur, and Grady Counties comprise about 1, square miles along the Georgia-Florida State line in the extreme southwest corner of Georgia. Structural contours drawn on the top of the Suwanee Limestone, of OligoceneCited by: 1.
gia Department of Mines, Mining and Geology, and is part of a project to evaluate the ground water resources of Seminole, Decatur, and Grady Counties, Ga.
Location of Area Bainbridge, Ga. is located in Decatur County in extreme southwestern Georgia. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.
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Price: $ (stock#WSPQ) # Gregg D. and Zimmerman E. GEOLOGIC AND HYDROLOGIC CONTROL OF CHLORIDE. Tbbals, C. H.,Availability of ground water in Seminole County and vicinity, Florida; U S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investiga- tions 76—97, 4 map sheets.
Wait, R. L,Geology and ground-water resources of Dougherty County, Georgia: U S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper — P, p. tion of the geology and ground-water resources of Dawson County, Ga., as part of the statewide study of ground-water resources.
The purpose of the investigation was to determine the occur rence and chemical quality of ground water and the relation of yields of wells and springs to geology and topography. A study was made of ground-water.
Most of these reports are county-based, have been converted to PDF, and are available from links below. The reports are also available at Federal depository libraries. USDA phased out the printing of reports after making Web Soil Survey the official source for information in Ground-water resources and geology of Seminole, Decatur and Grady Counties, Georgia,Water Supply Paper Q Quality of surface waters in the lower Columbia River Basin,Water Supply Paper GEOLOGY AND GROUND WATER RESOURCES of Barnes County, North Dakota Part I - Geology by T.
Kelly and D. Block ABSTRACT Barnes County, in southeastern North Dakota, has an area of approximatel y 1, square miles. The physiographic features are the result of glaciation.
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Limestone beds of Eocene, Oligocene, and lower Miocene age, called the principal artesian aquifer, are the chief source of ground water for Colquitt County.
Because streams are small, undependable and relatively inaccessible to most users, ground water is the most important source for increased industrial and agricultural water use.
Southeast of Moultrie the principal artesian aquifer is very. Information on Installation, Maintenance, Sampling, and Abandonment Installation: Wells must be installed by a licensed water well contractor.
By using a licensed water well contractor, you can ensure that they meet basic criteria listed below. In addition, prior to actual construction, the water well contractor must notify the county health department of the intent to drill a water well. MS Book and Mineral Company USGS Water Supply Papers Catalog, # to # Home Page: Kona, Hawaii; Q.
Groundwater resources and geology of Seminole, Decatur, and Grady Counties, Georgia; R. Electrical-analog analysis of hydrologic data for San D.
/ GEOLOGY AND GROUND WATER RESOURCES OF THE BIG SANDY CREEK VALLEY, LINCOLN. The depth to the water table can change (rise or fall) depending on the time of year.
During the late winter and spring when accumulated snow starts to melt and spring rainfall is plentiful, water on the surface infiltrates into the ground and the water table rises. When water-loving plants start to grow again in the spring and precipitation gives way to hot, dry summers, the.
Recommend Documents. No documents. Ground-water and surface-water flow and estimated water budget for. basins extend from Macon County, Georgia, south to Lake Seminole in Decatur County, Georgia (Fig. There is little surface-water drainage in the lower sub-basin between the city of Albany and Lake Seminole, because the cavernous karst geology provides a sub-terranean drainage system for runoff.
Lake Seminole is. Geology and ground-water resources of the Salt River Valley area, Maricopa and Pinal counties, Arizona [Harris R McDonald] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Harris R McDonald.
Chickasha Formation (Early Permian) at surface, covers 16 % of this area. WOODWARD - The "Chickasha Formation" member of Flower Pot Shale (Pc) is a deltaic tongue of red-brown to greenish-gray to orange-brown cross-bedded mudstone conglomerate, siltstone, shale, and fine-grained sandstone, about 30 feet thick, in the middle of the Flowerpot Shale, pinching out northward.
This is a general geological study of Burleigh County whic h comprises square miles in south-central North Dakota.
The purpose is to provide a comprehensive investigation of the area l geology and the occurrence of ground water. The geological in-vestigation is part of a cooperative ground water.
GEOLOGY AND GROUND WATER RESOURCES OF BURKE AND MOUNTRAIL COUNTIES, NORTH DAKOTA PART II - GROUND WATER BASIC DATA By C. Armstrong INTRODUCTION Purpose and Scope The purpose of the investigation was to determine the quantity and quality of ground water available in Burke and Mountrail Counties, N.
Dak. (fig. 1) for municipal, domestic. Survey Report of Investigations No. 27, a study of the "Ground-Water Resources of Seminole County, Florida." The study was made by Jack T.
Barraclough, engineer with the U. Geological Survey, in coopera-tion with the Division of Geology, Seminole County commissioners, and the city of Sanford. and ground-water resources of southern Barnes and adjoining counties.
Brief mention of the geology of Barnes County was made by Leverett (, ). The first extensive study of the county was made by Hard (); he prepared a soils map and discussed the availability of ground water for stock and irrigation. Simpson () briefly.
The geology and ground-water resources of Divide County, North Dakota (fig. 1) has been investigated cooperatively by the U. Geological Survey, the North Dakota State Water Commission, and the North Dakota Geological Survey.
The results of the investigation are to be published in three parts. Part I, an interpretive report describing the. Simpson () prepared the first comprehensive report on the geology an d ground water resources of the State. His report includes a brief discussion of the geology, ground-water resources, public water systems, and quality of ground water of each county.
As a result of the drought ofthe 's, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers made a study of. geologic map of Williams County, to recommend locations fo r ground-water test holes, to look for potentially economic geologica l resources, and to explain the geological processes involved in shapin g the geology of the area.
Sources of Information FIELD METHODS Williams County (pl. 1) was mapped by Jack Kume, Dan E. 4 Growth of population in DuPage County 12 5 Stratigraphic section, geohydrologie units, water-yielding properties of the rocks, and character of ground water 14 6 Cross section of the bedrock with piezometric profiles added 16 7 Areal geology of the bedrock surface 17 8 Surficial geology 23 9 Thickness of unconsolidated deposits Reconnaissance of the geology and ground-water resources of Columbia County, Florida (FGS: Report of investigations 30).
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GROUND-WATER REPORT 2 Geology and Ground-Water Resources of San Miguel County, New Mexico BY R. GRIGGS AND G. HENDRICKSON Prepared in cooperation with The United States Bureau of Reclamation New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources and the New Mexico State Engineer NEW MEXICO BUREAU OF MINES AND MINERAL RESOURCES SOCORRO GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF LINN COUNTY, IOWA by Robert E.
Hansen Hydrologist, U. Geological Survey Prepared Cooperatively by the United States Geological Survey and Iowa Geological Survey Published by the STATE OP IOWA Des Moines This report, Water-Supply Bulletin No. 7, Geology and Ground- Water Resources of Clayton County, is one of a continuing series of studies exploring the intimate relationships existing between ground water and its host rocks.
The area covered by this report is of unusual interest because, unlike most of. Geology and ground-water resources of Mitchell County, southwest Georgia: Georgia Geol.
Survey Inf. Circ. Geology and ground-water resources of Lee and Sumter Counties, southwest Georgia: U. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paper Geology and ground-water resources of northern Cedar Valley, Utah County, Utah.
Dates. Dataset Reference Date Info Date Utah County, Utah: NGGDPP Item Extension. Item Actions. View Item as JSON ATOM ISO XML. Save Item as. Groundwater is essential for domestic supplies, agriculture, and industry in the Floridan aquifer system (FAS) in Florida and parts of Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina.Contact us MAIN OFFICE East First Street Sanford, FL To contact us, call: () This report describes the geology of Divide County, which is located in north-western North Dakota.
The geological investigation is part of a cooperative ground water project sponsored by the North Dakota Geological Survey, the North Dakot a State Water Commission, and the Ground Water Branch of the Water Resources.