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LECTURE 24 - HYDROSTRATIGRAPHIC UNITS OF LOWER MICHIGAN 24.1 STRUCTURE OF THE MICHIGAN BASIN BROAD BASIN - APPROX. 500 MILES WIDE INVOLVES PRECAMBRIAN BASEMENT - SHIELD ALSO INVOLVES CAMBRIAN-JURASSIC SEDIMENTS THICKNESS OF SEDIMENTS MAXIMUM THICKNESS OF SEDIMENTS 14,000FT AT MARGINS 0 - 4,000FT THICK ELEVATION OF BEDROCK SURFACE < 400FT A.S.L. > 1,000FT A.S.L. 24.2 HYDROSTRATIGRAPHIC SUBDIVISIONS BASIN INTERIOR GLACIAL AQUIFERS AND AQUITARDS
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Unformatted text preview: CHARACTER OF UNITS BEDROCK AQUIFERS AND AQUITARDS CHARACTER OF UNITS BASIN MARGINS 24.3 WATER TABLE AND POTENTIOMETRIC SURFACES GLACIAL UNITS BEDROCK UNITS IN BASIN INTERIOR 24.5 RECHARGE TO THE BASIN INTERIOR 8.4 INCHES PER YEAR (0.19-22.3) 24.6 INTERFACE OF FRESHWATER/SALINE WATER 100 TO 300FT BELOW SURFACE 24.7 REGIONAL FLOW PATHS GENERAL RECHARGE AREAS GENERAL DISCHARGE AREAS 24.8 GENERAL WATER QUALITY...
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