Unified Interior Regions

Region 2: South Atlantic-Gulf (Includes Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands)

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Year Published: 1964

Ground-water supply of Cape Hatteras National Seashore Recreational Area, North Carolina. Part 3

Harris, William H.; Wilder, Hugh B.
Ground-water supply of Cape Hatteras National Seashore Recreational Area, North Carolina. Part 3; 1964; State/Local Government Series; 4; Harris, William H.; Wilder, Hugh B.

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Geology and ground-water resources of Lee and Sumter Counties, southwest Georgia

Owen, Vaux
Geology and ground-water resources of Lee and Sumter Counties, southwest Georgia; 1964; WSP; 1666; Owen, Vaux

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Ground-water supply of Cape Hatteras National Seashore Recreational Area, North Carolina, Part 3

Harris, W.H.; Wilder, H.B.
Ground-water supply of Cape Hatteras National Seashore Recreational Area, North Carolina, Part 3; 1964; OFR; 64-64; Harris, W. H.; Wilder, H. B.

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Relation of salt-water encroachment to the major aquifer zones, Savannah area, Georgia and South Carolina

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McCollum, M.J.; Counts, H.B.
Relation of salt-water encroachment to the major aquifer zones, Savannah area, Georgia and South Carolina; 1964; WSP; 1613-D; McCollum, M. J.; Counts, H. B.

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Salt-water encroachment, geology, and ground-water resources of Savannah area, Georgia and South Carolina

The Savannah area consists of about 2,300 square miles of the Coastal Plain along the coast of eastern Georgia and southeastern South Carolina. Savannah is near the center of the area. Most of the large ground-water developments are in or near Savannah. About 98 percent of the approximately 60 mgd of ground water used is pumped from the principal...

Counts, H.B.; Donsky, Ellis
Salt-water encroachment, geology, and ground-water resources of Savannah area, Georgia and South Carolina; 1964; WSP; 1611; Counts, H. B.; Donsky, Ellis.

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Sediment transported by Georgia streams

A reconnaissance investigation of the sediment transported by selected Georgia streams during the period December 1957 to June 1959 was made to provide a general understanding of the physical quality of stream water in Georgia and to supply facts needed in planning more detailed work. The investigation was made by studying the variation of...

Kennedy, Vance C.
Sediment transported by Georgia streams; 1964; WSP; 1668; Kennedy, Vance C.

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Water-supply characteristics of North Carolina streams

Goddard, Grover Cleveland
Water-supply characteristics of North Carolina streams; 1964; WSP; 1761; Goddard, Grover Cleveland

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Geology and ground-water resources of Bartow County, Georgia

Croft, M.G.
Geology and ground-water resources of Bartow County, Georgia; 1963; WSP; 1619-FF; Croft, M. G.

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Geology and ground-water resources of Dougherty County, Georgia

Wait, Robert L.
Geology and ground-water resources of Dougherty County, Georgia; 1963; WSP; 1539-P; Wait, Robert L.

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Drainage areas at selected sites on streams in North Carolina

Walker, P.N.
Drainage areas at selected sites on streams in North Carolina; 1962; OFR; 62-146; Walker, P. N.

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Floods in Georgia, magnitude and frequency

Bunch, C.M.; Price, McClone
Floods in Georgia, magnitude and frequency; 1962; OFR; 62-19; Bunch, C. M.; Price, McClone.

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Floods in North Carolina, magnitude and frequency

Forrest, W.E.; Speer, P. R.
Floods in North Carolina, magnitude and frequency; 1962; OFR; 62-47; Forrest, W. E.; Speer, P. R.

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