This report describes the hydrogeologic framework, predevelopment and present-day ground-water flow systems, water-quality characteristics of the major aquifers underlying the South Carolina Coastal Plain and adjacent areas. Simulation results indicate that in the upper Coastal Plain, pumping centers are supplied by decreased streamflow and water from storage, whereas pumping centers in the lower Coastal Plain are supplied by leakage from overlying aquifers, increased boundary flow, and water from storage.
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Hydrology of the southeastern Coastal Plain aquifer system in South Carolina and parts of Georgia and North Carolina