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Hydrogeology of the Buffalo aquifer, Clay and Wilkin Counties, West-Central Minnesota

R. J Wolf

Hydrogeology of the Buffalo aquifer, Clay and Wilkin Counties, West-Central Minnesota

by R. J Wolf

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division in St. Paul, Minn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrogeology,
  • Groundwater -- Minnesota -- Clay County,
  • Groundwater -- Minnesota -- Wilkin County

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 81-83

    Statementby R.J. Wolf ; prepared in cooperation with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources ... [et al.]
    SeriesWater-resources investigations -- 81-4
    ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.), Minnesota. Dept. of Natural Resources
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 83 p. :
    Number of Pages83
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13604250M

    Hydrogeology and Groundwater Availability in Southwest McLean and Southeast Tazewell Counties G RESULTS OF HISTORICAL AQUIFER TESTS H AQUIFER TEST INFORMATION Sandy clayey silt and silty clay, in layers, very dark gray to olive gray (5Y 3/1 to 5Y 4/2), abundant organic matter, leached. began a 3-year study of the sand and gravel aquifers in southwest McLean and southeast Tazewell Counties to estimate the availability of groundwater. This area includes the confluence of the buried Mahomet and Mackinaw Bedrock Valleys and contains part of one of the largest sand and gravel aquifers in Illinois—the Sankoty-Mahomet Sand aquifer.

    aquifer and non-aquifer sediments across the entire county. An estimate of the countywide water-table elevation is shown in Figure 1. Figure 2 shows the water-table elevation in the surficial sand aquifer only; the water-table elevation in the surficial sand aquifer is the same in both figures. Ensuring the wise management of Ohio's water resources through four program areas: Dam Safety, Floodplain Management, Water Inventory and Planning, and H2Ohio.

    HYDROGEOLOGY OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST • Silt and clay interbedded with sand and gravel with a bunch of other stuff thrown in • More than 2, feet thick in some places Lewis and Cowlitz Counties of Washington • Generally lower production wells • Thinner sediments. The hydrogeology of the Hickory aquifer is significantly more complex than indicated In previous assessments. Rather than simple radial flow outward from the outcrop, fault-impeded flow through a significantly reduced area into the subsurface is indicated by .


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