Ground-water occurrence and stratigraphy of unconsolidated deposits, Central Pierce County, Washington
Ground-water occurrence and stratigraphy of unconsolidated deposits, Central Pierce County, Washington (Number of pages: 440) (Publication Size: 10084KB)
WSB 22 Plates
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|Author(s)||Water Resources Program|
|Description||Ground-water occurrence and stratigraphy of unconsolidated deposits, Central Pierce County, Washington. Water Supply Bulletin 22 (1968) describes the stratigraphy and groundwater occurrence in unconsolidated deposits in the Pierce County area. The report describes how the geologic features have direct bearing of the occurrence of ground water, discusses the movement, chemical character, and use of the water, and reports on time-trends in water levels.|
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|Keywords||hydrologic, snowfall, streamflow, lakes, geology, groundwater|
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