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

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A proposed streamflow data program for South Carolina

An evaluation of the available streamflow data in South Carolina was made to provide guidelines for planning future surface-water data programs. The basic elements in the evaluation procedure were (1) establishment of objectives and goals of the program, (2) examination and analysis of all available data to determine which goals have already been...

Armbruster, Jeffrey T.
A proposed streamflow data program for South Carolina; 1970; OFR; 70-11; Armbruster, J. T.

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Application of infrared imagery in the evaluation of thermal loading of Roxboro Lake, North Carolina

Turner, J.F.
Application of infrared imagery in the evaluation of thermal loading of Roxboro Lake, North Carolina; 1970; OFR; 70-332; Turner, J. F., Jr.

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Evaluation of the surface-water data program in Georgia

Carter, R.F.
A proposed surface-water data program for Georgia; 1970; OFR; 70-58; Carter, R. F.

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Sedimentation in Third Creek Subwatershed No. 7A, North Carolina

Reeder, Howard E.
Sedimentation in Third Creek Subwatershed No. 7A, North Carolina; 1970; OFR; 71-235; Reeder, Howard E.

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Water resources of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee and North Carolina

McMaster, William M.; Hubbard, E.F.
Water resources of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee and North Carolina; 1970; HA; 420; McMaster, William M.; Hubbard, E. F.

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Floods on Little Buffalo Creek at West Jefferson, North Carolina

Haire, William J.
Floods on Little Buffalo Creek at West Jefferson, North Carolina; 1969; HA; 331; Haire, William J.

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Geohydrology of Sumter, Dooly, Pulaski, Lee, Crisp and Wilcox Counties, Georgia

Vorhis, Robert C.
Geohydrology of Sumter, Dooly, Pulaski, Lee, Crisp and Wilcox Counties, Georgia; 1969; HA; 435; Vorhis, Robert C.

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Ground-water resources of Craven County, North Carolina

Floyd, Edwin O.
Ground-water resources of Craven County, North Carolina; 1969; HA; 343; Floyd, Edwin O.

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Ground-water supply of Cape Hatteras National Seashore recreational area, North Carolina, Part 4

In 1957, the National Park Service requested that the U. S. Geological Survey determine the quality and quantity of available ground water at selected sites within the Cape Hatteras National Seashore Recreational Area. A series of reports, Ground-Water Supply of Cape Hatteras National Seashore Recreational Area" by P. M. Brown (1960), "Ground-...

Lloyd, Orville B.; Wilder, Hugh B.
Ground-water supply of Cape Hatteras National Seashore recreational area, North Carolina, Part 4; 1968; Other Government Series; 5; Lloyd, Orville B., Jr.; Wilder, Hugh B.

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Flood inundation and effects of urbanization in metropolitan Charlotte, North Carolina

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Martens, Lawrence A.
Flood inundation and effects of urbanization in Metropolitan Charlotte North Carolina; 1968; WSP; 1591-C; Martens, Lawrence A.

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Floods on Boone and Winkler Creeks at Boone, North Carolina

Haire, William J.
Floods on Boone and Winkler Creeks at Boone, North Carolina; 1968; HA; 323; Haire, William J.

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Flow of the Chowan River, North Carolina--A study of the hydrology of an estuary affected primarily by winds

Jackson, N.M.
Flow of the Chowan River, North Carolina--A study of the hydrology of an estuary affected primarily by winds; 1968; OFR; 68-143; Jackson, N. M., Jr.

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