lecture_09 - COLUMBIA LAVA PLATEAU SNAKE RIVER AQUIFER HIGH...

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LECTURE 9 - AQUIFERS 9.1 WATER-BEARING GEOLOGIC UNITS AQUIFER AQUITARD AQUICLUDE AQUIFUGE 9.2 CONFINED V.S. UNCONFINED AQUIFERS WATER TABLE V.S. . ARTESIAN NONLEAKY V.S. . LEAKY 9.3 COMPLEX AQUIFER SYSTEMS PERCHED WATER TABLE ARTESIAN WELLS 9.4 TYPES OF SPRINGS DEPRESSION CONTACT FAULT SINKHOLE JOINT FRACTURE 9.5 AQUIFER SYSTEMS OF NORTH AMERICA WESTERN MOUNTAIN RANGES ALLUVIAL BASINS ( SAN JOAQUIN AQUIFER
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Unformatted text preview: ) COLUMBIA LAVA PLATEAU ( SNAKE RIVER AQUIFER ) HIGH PLAINS ( OGALLALA AQUIFER ) NONGLACIATED CENTRAL REGION ( DAKOTA SANDSTONE ) PIEDMONT-BLUE RIDGE REGION NORTHEAST AND SUPERIOR UPLANDS ATLANTIC AND GULF COASTAL PLAIN ( CARRIZO SAND ) SOUTHEAST COASTAL PLAIN ( FLORIDAN AQUIFER ) GLACIATED CENTRAL REGION ( SAGINAW AQUIFER )...
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2008 for the course GLG 411 taught by Professor Larson during the Fall '06 term at Michigan State University.

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