Characteristics of the Coastal Plains aquifer of South Carolina are being studied as a part of the Regional Aquifer Systems Analysis program of the U.S. Geological Survey. A framework has been developed to best represent the hydrology of the State by dividing the aquifers into a system of five aquifers. This framework includes a surficial aquifer consisting of coastal terrace deposits, a limestone and stratigraphically equivalent sand aquifer of Eocene age, and three sand aquifers of Cretaceous age. (USGS)
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Potentiometric surfaces of November 1982 and declines in the potentiometric surfaces between the period prior to development and November 1982 for the coastal plain aquifers of South Carolina
Water-Resources Investigations Report
7 maps : col. ; 36 x 46 cm., on sheets 66 x 79 cm., folded in envelope 32 x 24 cm.