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ground-water observation-well program in Pennsylvania

Charles W. Poth

ground-water observation-well program in Pennsylvania

by Charles W. Poth

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Published in Harrisburg .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pennsylvania.
    • Subjects:
    • Groundwater -- Pennsylvania.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Charles W. Poth.
      SeriesPennsylvania. Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey. Bulletin W20, Bulletin W,, 20.
      ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.). Ground Water Branch.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB1025.P4 P65
      The Physical Object
      Pagination18 p.
      Number of Pages18
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL222423M
      LC Control Numbera 64007264
      OCLC/WorldCa2640779

      AD Adams County Observation Well: 05/30 EDT: Allegheny County: AG Allegheny County Observation Well: 05/30 EDT: Armstrong County: AR Armstrong County Observation Well: 05/30 EDT: Beaver County: BV Beaver County Observation Well: Annual Ground-Water Recharge Rates from Base Flow in Pennsylvania (Risser and others, ). This report provided statewide groundwater-recharge estimates for Pennsylvania through a regression equation. A regression analysis is the study of the relationship between a dependent variable with one or more independent variables.

      Dept. of Water Resources., 11 books Washington (State). Dept. of Ecology, 11 books F. W. Giessner, 5 books Linsdall Richardson, 4 books Betty I. Harvey, 4 books G. P. Kvashnin, 3 books Dagfin John Cederstrom, 3 books Frank Eldridge Clarke, 3 books Isaiah Bowman, 3 books Michael Kasenow, 3 books American Water Works Association, 3 books Illinois. Winner, M.D., , Proposed observation-well network and ground-water level program for North Carolina: USGS Open File Report Winter, T.C., , An approach to the design of statewide or regional groundwater information systems: Water Resources Research, vol. 8, no. 1, pp.

      Groundwater Watch displays maps, graphs, and tables describing real-time, recent, and historical groundwater data from wells and springs across the United States. Groundwater Watch groups related wells and data from active well networks and provides basic statistics about the water-level data collected by the USGS and from data supplied to us. Groundwater The Problem. More than 3 million Pennsylvania residents rely on drilled wells, hand-dug wells, cisterns, and even roadside springs for drinking water. Pennsylvania is one of the few states in the country without statewide regulations governing private well location, testing, and treatment.


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