1 edition of Summary appraisals of the nation"s ground-water resources: Great Lakes region. found in the catalog.
Summary appraisals of the nation"s ground-water resources: Great Lakes region.
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Kish, G., Vowinkel, E., Fusillo, T., and Battaglin, W., , Relation of land use to ground-water quality in the outcrop of the Potomac-Raritan-Magothy aquifer system in New Jersey, in National water summary Hydrologic events and ground-water quality: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper , p. Snavely (), explicitly details the water use data collection programs and maintaining regional data base of the Great Lakes St. Lawrence River Basin States. The results are very much appealing indicating as how broad the range of estimation coefficient for water use can be within a geographic area with similar water availability.
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Get this from a library. Summary appraisals of the nation's ground-water resources--Great Lakes region. [William G Weist; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- Additional title page description: The role of ground water in the region's water-related problems.
Get this from a library. Summary appraisals of the nation's ground-water resources: Great Lakes region. [William G Weist; Geological Survey (U.S.),] -- Additional title page description: The role of ground water in the region's water-related problems.
Summary Appraisals for the Nation's Ground Water Resources -- (by drainage basins).U.S. Department of the Interior, Geological Survey Professional Papers A thru H. Available from GPO. Variously priced. Land use -- Great Lakes Region (North America) -- Maps Filed under: Land use -- Great Lakes Region (North America) -- Maps The Great Lakes: An Environmental Atlas and Resource Book (third edition, ), by Environment Canada and United States Environmental Protection Agency, Great Lakes National Program Office (illustrated HTML at ).
Field testing and adaptation of a methodology to measure "in-stream" values in the Tongue River, Northern Great Plains (NGP) region: executive summary / I (online).
Cederstrom, D. et al. Summary appraisals of the Nations ground-water resources; South Atlantic Gulf region. United States Geological Survey,Geological Survey Professional Paper, PO. Softbound, xlib, minor signs of use, text in very good condition.
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and H.R. Full text of "Selected water resources abstracts" See other formats. repeatedly advanced across the Great Lakes region and Lake Michigan. Glacial movements deepened and enlarged the basins of the Great Lakes (USEPA and Environment Canada, ). Near Milwaukee, the near-shore geomorphology is varied.
Example lakebed substrates include: rock, cobble and sand, sand, and clay outcrops (WPSC, ). TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface iii Acknowledgements iv List of Tables vi List of Figures viii Executive Summary ix Chapter I: Introduction 1 Chapter II: National and Regional Perspectives on Land Use 3 Chapter III: Examination of Land Use in Individual Sectors 17 A.
Agricultural Land 17 B. Forests 37 C. Range and Pasture 46 D. Urban and Built-Up Land 57 E. Outdoor Recreation. The Great Lakes Basin Compact is an effort to address the water quality issues in the Great Lakes Region within the structure of existing organizations. The Great Lakes stretch between the United States and Canada with a surface area of ab sq.
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