Geohydrologic systems in Kansas with emphasis on systems in Upper Cambrian through Lower Cretaceous rocks
Hydrologic Atlas 722-A
- R.J. Wolf, C.V. Hansen, H.E. McGovern, and J.M. Spinazola
This Hydrologic Investigations Atlas, which consists of a series of chapters, presents a description of (1) the physical frameworks and (2) the geohydrology of the principal aquifers and confining systems in Kansas. The report is the result of an investigation that has been made as part of the Central Midwest Regional Aquifer System Analysis (CMRASA), one of several major investigations by the U.S. Geological Survey to define regional aquifer systems. These regional analyses are designed to increase knowledge of major flow regimes and provide data for assessing, developing, and managing water supplies. The CMRASA is an investigation of water in Upper Cambrian through Lower Cretaceous rocks in parts of 10 Central Midwestern States, as shown by the map on the envelope cover.
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- Geohydrologic systems in Kansas with emphasis on systems in Upper Cambrian through Lower Cretaceous rocks
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- Hydrologic Atlas
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- 8 maps on 2 sheets :some col. ;sheets 84 x 99 cm. and 120 x 105 cm., folded in envelope 30 x 24 cm.
- United States