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

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Year Published: 1973

Sediment resulting from construction of an interstate highway in the Piedmont area of North Carolina

Reader, Howard E.
Sediment resulting from construction of an interstate highway in the Piedmont area of North Carolina; 1973; OFR; 73-229; Reader, Howard E.

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Water resources data for Georgia, water year 1972

Water resources data for Georgia, water year 1972; 1973; WDR; GA-72-1; Geological Survey (U.S.)

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Water resources data for North Carolina, water year 1972; Part 1, Surface water records

Water resources data for North Carolina, water year 1972; Part 1, Surface water records; 1973; WDR; NC-72-1; Geological Survey (U.S.)

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Water resources data for North Carolina, water year 1972; Part 2, water quality records

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Water resources data for North Carolina, water year 1972; Part 2, water quality records; 1973; WDR; NC-72-2; Geological Survey (U.S.)

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Water resources data for South Carolina, water year 1972

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Water resources data for South Carolina, water year 1972; 1973; WDR; SC-72-1; Geological Survey (U.S.)

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Water resources of northeast North Carolina above Cape Lookout

Lindskov, Kenneth L.
Water resources of northeast North Carolina above Cape Lookout; 1973; OFR; 73-157; Lindskov, Kenneth L.

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Water resources of the upper Neuse River basin, North Carolina

Putnam, Arthur L.; Lindskov, K.L.
Water resources of the upper Neuse River basin, North Carolina; 1973; WRI; 73-12; Putnam, Arthur L.; Lindskov, K. L.

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Ground control requirements for precision processing of ERTS images

When the first Earth Resources Technology Satellite (ERTS-A) flies in 1972, NASA expects to receive and bulk-process 9,000 images a week. From this deluge of images, a few will be selected for precision processing; that is, about 5 percent will be further treated to improve the geometry of the scene, both in the relative and absolute sense....

Burger, Thomas C.
Ground control requirements for precision processing of ERTS images; 1972; USGS Unnumbered Series; Burger, Thomas C.

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Effect of urban development on floods in the Piedmont Province of North Carolina

This report relates peak discharges for recurrence intervals ranging up to 100 years to drainage area, stream length, stream slope, and percent of basin covered by impervious surfaced. The relations are based on analysis of flood information for approximately 200 sites, 42 of which are in metropolitan areas of the North Carolina Piedmont...

Putnam, Arthur L.

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Geochemical data from small streams in the Haile-Brewer area, South Carolina

Bell, H. B.; McElveen, A.J.
Geochemical data from small streams in the Haile-Brewer area, South Carolina; 1972; OFR; 72-33; Bell, H. B., III; McElveen, A. J.

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Ground-water resources and geology of Cook County, Georgia

Aquifer-performance tests and aquifer studies indicate that the limestone beneath the city of Adel and probably most of Cook County contains potable water to a depth of only about 400 to 500 feet and that "deep" wells that tap these limestones obtain most of their water from a few thin, highly permeable zones rather than from the entire thickness...

Sever, Charles W.
Ground-water resources and geology of Cook County, Georgia; 1972; OFR; 72-345; Sever, Charles W.

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Movement and dispersion of soluble pollutants in the Northeast Cape Fear Estuary, North Carolina

This report presents the results of a fluorescent-dye-tracing study to determine the concentrations of a pollutant that would be present in the Northeast Cape Fear Estuary at various rates of continuous waste injection and freshwater inflow. Rhodamine WT dye was introduced into the estuary at a constant rate over a 24.8-hour period (two tidal...

Hubbard, E.F.; Stamper, William G.
Movement and dispersion of soluble pollutants in the Northeast Cape Fear Estuary, North Carolina; 1972; WSP; 1873-E; Hubbard, E. F.; Stamper, William G.

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