Geology and ground-water resources of northwestern King County, Washington
Geology and ground-water resources of northwestern King County, Washington (Number of pages: 249) (Publication Size: 38706KB)
WSB 20 Plates
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|Author(s)||Water Resources Program|
|Description||Geology and ground-water resources of northwestern King County, Washington. Water Supply Bulletin 20 (1963) describes an investigation into the occurrence, quantity and quality of ground water supplies in northwestern King County. One objective of this study is the differentiation of the lithologic units and correlation of surface outcrops with subsurface features. This bulletin includes records of wells and springs, information on the depth, thickness, and aerial extent of the aquifers and their ability to store and transmit water, and on the sources of recharge and the direction of ground water movement. The study area described in this bulletin includes portions of King County, WA.|
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|Keywords||hydrologic, snowfall, streamflow, lakes, geology, ground water|
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