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04-93) in the publication number field. Point data was compiled and digitized by the Maine Geological Survey from data compiled on USGS 7.5' quadrangle bases. Use the Maps and Publications Search to identify printed and online publications available from the Maine Geological Survey. 22 State House Station
Ground water, as the name implies, is water found below the land surface in the pore spaces between sand grains and in fractures in the bedrock (see diagrams below). FAQ | 2 vector digital data Significant aquifer maps Significant Aquifers in 7.5' Quadrangle Open-File Number Augusta ME Office of Geographic Information Systems (MEGIS) 4000 (NRIMC) Microsoft Windows NT Version 4.0 (Build 1381) Service Pack 6, ESRI ArcCatalog 220.127.116.112 (\\DCNNRGIS\GIS_4\S_DRIVE\nrimc83\augusta\ac) and (MEGIS) ArcInfo version 8.1.2, Solaris 7, … Coarse-grained surficial materials such as sand and gravel are capable of transmitting large quantities of ground water and are generally the most productive ground water resources in the State. Hydrogeology and water quality of significant sand …
The USGS annually monitors ground-water levels in thousands of wells in the United States. Maine Geological Survey Maps. 1250. http://digitalmaine.com/mgs_maps/1250. Augusta, ME 04333
Related Item. USGS Groundwater Data for Maine. Bureaus & Programs → Maine Geological Survey → Maps, Publications and Online Data → Significant Aquifers Maps. Significant Sand and Gravel Aquifers Online Maps. > Online maps
Aquifer polygons are coded by yield expected from a properly constructed well (ATYPE = 1 10-50 gallons-per-minute; ATYPE = 2 greater than 50 gallons-per-minute; ATYPE = 3 island of non-aquifer material within an area mapped as aquifer).
DACF@Maine.gov, Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry, online significant sand and gravel aquifer map list. Neil, Craig D. (compiler), Locke, Daniel B. My Account | In unconsolidated surficial deposits the water fills the pore spaces between the rock fragments that make up the deposits. Fax: (207) 287-2400
Aquifer maps and texts from the Maine Geological Survey contain information on aquifer favorability and vulnerability and are widely used by local and state officials in making environmentally sound siting decisions, and by well drillers, developers, and geological consultants as a base for detailed hydrogeological studies. > Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry
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Point data was compiled and digitized by the Maine Geological Survey from data compiled on USGS 7.5' quadrangle bases. 1223. http://digitalmaine.com/mgs_maps/1223. MGS Maps Bureaus & Programs → Maine Geological Survey → Maps, Publications and Online Data → Significant Aquifers Maps. ACF
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MGS Maps Maine Geological Survey, Open-File Map 98-146.