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Ground-water-flow systems within the clastic sediments of the southeastern Coastal Plain have been described and quantified through the application of digital ground-water-flow models. Results indicate that the rates and distribution of flow are highly variable, and that regional flowpaths in two aquifers traverse several States. A hydrologic budget was developed which quantitatively describes ground-water flow during predevelopment and 1980 pumping conditions.
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Simulation of ground-water flow in southeastern Coastal Plain clastic aquifers in Georgia and adjacent parts of Alabama and South Carolina
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