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Year Published: 1968

South Carolina streamflow characteristics--Low-flow frequency and flow duration

Stallings, J.S.
South Carolina streamflow characteristics--Low-flow frequency and flow duration; 1968; OFR; 68-256; Stallings, J. S.

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Year Published: 1968

Summary of the geology and ground-water resources of Pitt County, North Carolina

Sumsion, C.T.
Summary of the geology and ground-water resources of Pitt County, North Carolina; 1968; HA; 291; Sumsion, C. T.

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Floodflow characteristics at Highway I-20 and State Road 43, Crave Creek near Columbia, South Carolina

Whetstone, B.H.
Floodflow characteristics at Highway I-20 and State Road 43, Crave Creek near Columbia, South Carolina; 1967; OFR; 67-277; Whetstone, B. H.

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Geology and ground water of the Savannah River Plant and vicinity, South Carolina

The area described in this report covers approximately 2,600 square miles in west-central South Carolina and includes the site of the Savannah River Plant, a major production facility of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. The climate, surface drainage, and land forms of the study area are typical of the southern part of the Atlantic Coastal Plain...

Siple, George E.
Geology and ground water of the Savannah River Plant and vicinity, South Carolina; 1967; WSP; 1841; Siple, George E.

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Hydrology and chloride contamination of the principal artesian aquifer in Glynn County, Georgia

Wait, R.L.; Gregg, D.O.
Hydrology and chloride contamination of the principal artesian aquifer in Glynn County, Georgia; 1967; OFR; 67-267; Wait, R. L.; Gregg, D. O.

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The ground-water resources of the upper New River sub-basin of the Kanawha-New River basin, Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina

Johnson, P.W.; Williams, T.E.
The ground-water resources of the upper New River sub-basin of the Kanawha-New River basin, Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina; 1967; OFR; 67-124; Johnson, P. W.; Williams, T. E.

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Water-bearing characteristics and occurrence of aquifers in Martin County, North Carolina

Wyrick, Granville G.
Water-bearing characteristics and occurrence of aquifers in Martin County, North Carolina; 1967; HA; 264; Wyrick, Granville G.

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Climate and streamflow of Puerto Rico

The presently available data on streamflow, runoff rainfall, and temperature of Puerto Rico are evaluated, although the period of record is very short, with a view to contributing to the knowledge of hydrology of tropical islands. The average annual streamflow in Puerto Rico is 45 percent of the...

Giusti, E.V.; Lopez, M.A.
Giusti, E.V., and López, M.A., 1967, Climate and streamflow of Puerto Rico, Caribbean Journal of Science, September-December 1967, v. 7, no. 3-4, p. 87-93.

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Year Published: 1966

Chemical composition of rainfall, eastern North Carolina and southeastern Virginia

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Gambell, Arlo W.; Fisher, Donald W.
Chemical composition of rainfall, eastern North Carolina and southeastern Virginia; 1966; WSP; 1535-K; Gambell, Arlo W.; Fisher, Donald W.

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Year Published: 1966

Evaporation study in a humid region, Lake Michie, North Carolina

The mass-transfer and water-budget techniques of calibrating a reservoir for evaporation were evaluated through a study of Lake Michie, N.C. The techniques appear adequate for estimation of lake evaporation and net seepage in humid regions where lake storage is affected by streamflow and ground-water seepage, under conditions no more adverse than...

Turner, J.F.
Evaporation study in a humid region, Lake Michie, North Carolina; 1966; PP; 272-G; USGS NUMBERED SERIES; Studies of evaporation; Turner, J. F., Jr.

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Year Published: 1966

Fluctuations of ground-water levels in Puerto Rico resulting from earthquakes (1959-1961)

During the Chilean earthquake of May 22, 1960, intensity 8.5, 4 of 8 wells in Puerto Rico equipped with automatic recorders, recorded seismic fluctuations. The maximum double amplitude, 0.05 ft, was recorded at a well in bedrock near Coamo. Double amplitudes in 3 other wells ranged from slightly less than .01 to .02...

Grossman, Irving G.
Grossman, I.G., 1966, Fluctuations of ground-water levels in Puerto Rico resulting from earthquakes (1959-1961) [Abstract], Transactions of the Third Caribbean Geological Conference, Kingston, Jamaica, April 1962, p. 104-105.

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Year Published: 1965

Floods on small streams in North Carolina, probable magnitude and frequency

The magnitude and frequency of floods are defined regionally for small streams (drainage area, 1 to 150 sq mi) in North Carolina. Composite frequency curves for each of two regions relate the magnitude of the annual flood, in ratio to the mean annual flood, to recurrence intervals of 1.1 to 50 years. In North Carolina, the mean annual flood (Q2.33...

Hinson, Herbert G.
Floods on small streams in North Carolina, probable magnitude and frequency; 1965; CIR; 517; Hinson, Herbert G.

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