Southeastern Coastal Plain Aquifer

by

Brandon Milner


This webpage project was created for a Hydrogeology course in the 2007 spring semester at Emporia State University. The assignment was to learn webpage creation, and to relate the hydrogeologic concepts learned in class and put them into a final project.


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References

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    USGSa, 2005. Unconsolidated and Semiconsolidated sand and gravel aquifers, In The National Atlas of the United States, Aquifer Basics. Also at: http://capp.water.usgs.gov/aquiferBasics/uncon.html

    Miller, 1990. Southeastern Coastal Plain Aquifer HA 730-G, In The National Atlas of the United States. Also at: http://capp.water.usgs.gov/gwa/ch_g/G-text7.html

    USGS, 2006. Georgia’s Ground-Water Resources and Monitoring Network, 2006, USGS Fact Sheet Publication 3077. Also at: http://www.gadnr.org/gswp/Files_PDF/Fact_Sheet_2006-3077_ground_water_network.pdf

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