Water-resources reconnaissance of the southeastern part of St. Paul Island, Pribilof Islands, Alaska
Alvin J. Feulner, United States. National Marine Fisheries Service, Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division
U.S. Geological Survey, 1980 - Groundwater - 12 pages
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Address U.S. Geological ALASKA By Alvin amounts of ground aquifer chemical quality Coast Guard Loran community of St community water-supply facilities Division 733 West Driller drilling Feulner fish-processing facility fresh water inferred Fresh-water lens future water-supply development gal/min George Island ground water ground-water reservoir Guard Loran facility harbor and fish-processing hydrologic reconnaissance inducing saline water landfill lava flows Mgal/d of water million gallons National Marine Fisheries National Weather Service obtained oceanic island composed permeability possibly by undersea potable water present well yields PRIBILOF ISLANDS pumping recharge Sea water RECONNAISSANCE OF ST Resources Division 733 sand sandy deposits sea level seal pelts seepage southeastern Suite 400 Anchorage supply on St surface drainage surficial U.S. Geological Survey undersea discharge elsewhere UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN unknown Reported depth Village Cove village of St volcanic water is available water level Water Resources Division water table WATER-RESOURCES RECONNAISSANCE West 4th Avenue withdrawal