Upper Midwest Water Science Center

Publications

This list of Upper Midwest Water Science Center publications spans from 1899 to present. It includes both official USGS publications and journal articles authored by our scientists. To access the full, searchable catalog of USGS publications, please visit the USGS Publications Warehouse.

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Year Published: 1951

Detroit River group in the Michigan basin

This report attempts to correlate the outcropping rocks in the type locality of the Detroit River group with the thick sequence of rocks that has been explored by many drilled wells in the Michigan Basin during the last twenty years. The surface nomenclature as recently revised (Ehlers, 1950) is suggested for the subsurface section in place of the...

Landes, Kenneth K.
Detroit River group in the Michigan basin; 1951; CIR; 133; Landes, Kenneth K.

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Year Published: 1951

Preliminary report on ground-water conditions in the Cloquet area, Carlton County, Minnesota

A study of the geology and ground-water conditions in the.area including Cloquet, Minn., was begun by the United States Geological Survey in 1948 in financial cooperation with the Minnesota State Department of Conservation, at the request of the city of Cloquet for assistance in locating large additional ground-water supplies for industrial and...

Akin, P.D.
Preliminary report on ground-water conditions in the Cloquet area, Carlton County, Minnesota; 1951; OFR; 51-90; Akin, P. D.

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Year Published: 1949

Ground-water supplies of the Ypsilanti area, Michigan

As of the date of this report (August 1945), the major water users in the Ypsilanti area are: (1) the city of Ypsilanti, (2) the Willow Run bomber plant, built by the Federal Government and operated by the Ford Motor Co., and (3) the war housing project of the Federal Public Housing Authority, designated in this report the Willow Run Townsite. The...

McGuinness, Charles L.; Poindexter, O.F.; Otton, E.G.
Ground-water supplies of the Ypsilanti area, Michigan; 1949; WSP; 1078; McGuinness, Charles L.; Poindexter, O. F.; Otton, E. G.

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Year Published: 1948

Ground water hydraulics as a geophysical aid

The publication of the non-equilibrium formula in 1935 in a paper by Theis marked the opening of a new era in the analysis and understanding of the hydraulics of percolating ground waters. Through the past decade 9 an ever-increasing number of engineers and geologists have become familiar-with the application of this formula to practical problems...

Ferris, John G.

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Year Published: 1915

The Pleistocene of Indiana and Michigan and the history of the Great Lakes

This monograph describes the glacial features and the great glacial lakes of a district in Indiana and Michigan lying between the areas covered by Monographs XXXVIII, and XLI. The glacial features are treated mainly by Mr. Leverett, and the glacial lakes and their moraines by Mr. Taylor. The pre-Wisconsin glacial and interglacial formations are...

Leverett, Frank; Taylor, Frank Bursley
The Pleistocene of Indiana and Michigan and the history of the Great Lakes; 1915; M; 53; Leverett, Frank; Taylor, Frank Bursley

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Year Published: 1907

Flowing wells and municipal water supplies in the middle and northern portions of the southern peninsula of Michigan

A large amount of data on water supplies was collected by the writer in the course of glacial investigations made under the direction of Prof. T. C. Chamberlin in the last five years in the Southern Peninsula of Michigan. These investigations resulted in a partial acquaintance with conditions in about 200 separate flowing-well districts and...

Leverett, Frank
Flowing wells and municipal water supplies in the middle and northern portions of the southern peninsula of Michigan; 1907; WSP; 183; Leverett, Frank

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Year Published: 1906

Flowing wells and municipal water supplies in the southern portion of the southern peninsula of Michigan

A large amount of data on water supplies was collected by the writer in the course of glacial investigations made under the direction of Prof. T. C. Chamberlin in the last five years in the Southern Peninsula of Michigan. These investigations resulted in a partial acquaintance with conditions in about 200 separate flowing-well districts and...

Leverett, Frank
Flowing wells and municipal water supplies in the southern portion of the southern peninsula of Michigan; 1906; WSP; 182; Leverett, Frank