Geological Survey Water-supply Paper

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1955 - Irrigation
 

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Page 98 - The first numeral indicates the township; the second, the range; and the third, the section in which the well is located. The letters following the section number locate the well within the section. The first letter denotes the quarter section (160 acres) ; the second, the quarter-quarter section (40 acres) ; and the third, the quarter-quarter-quarter section (10 acres).
Page i - States, in 14 parts; water levels and artesian pressures in observation wells in the United States...
Page 146 - Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June 1 July Aug. Sept. ! Oct. Nov. Dec.
Page 166 - Day Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11...
Page 121 - Jan Feb Mar Apr | May 1 June July Aug ! Sept. | Oct | Nov Dec Annual 1876 2.80 3.50 6 .21 3.
Page vii - ... delineate Present or potential areas of detrimentally high or low ground-water levels, to aid in the prediction of the base flow of streams, to determine the several forces that act on a ground-water body, and to demonstrate the interplay of those forces in the ground-water regimen, to furnish information for use in basic research, and to provide long-term continuous records of fluctuations of *ater levels in representative wells.
Page 248 - After considerable fluctuation, common stock prices were slightly higher at the end of the year than at the beginning. The...
Page 175 - C quadrant, and that south and east in D quadrant. The first digit of a well number indicates the township, the second the range, and the third the section in which the well is situated. The lowercase letters a, b, c, and d after the section number indicate the well location within the section. The first letter denotes a particular 160-acre tract, the second the 40-acre tract, and the third the 10-acre tract.
Page 39 - Survey, in cooperation with the Division of Water Resources of the State Board of Agriculture and the Division of Sanitation of the State Board of Health, have been making detailed investigations of the quantity and quality of ground water in various parts of the state.
Page vii - Information for use in basic research, and to provide long-term continuous records of fluctuations of water levels in representative wells. These selected records serve as a framework to which many short-term records collected during an intensive investigation may be related. Water levels in wells are seldom stationary but move up or down a fraction of an inch or many feet within a short time.

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