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Year Published: 1959

Geology and ground-water resources of Medina County, Texas

The Edwards limestone of Cretaceous age is the principal water-bearing formation in Medina County and makes up the major part of a ground-water reservoir, or aquifier, which in places includes thinner limestone formations both above and below the Edwards. The Glen Rose limestone, also of Cretaceous age, yields moderate amounts of water to wells...

Holt, Charles Lee Roy
Geology and ground-water resources of Medina County, Texas; 1959; WSP; 1422; Holt, Charles Lee Roy

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Year Published: 1958

Ground-water resources of the Hueco Bolson, northeast of El Paso, Texas

The Hueco Bolson is in the extreme western part of Texas and south- central New Mexico, covering parts of El Paso County, Tex., and Dona Ana and Otero Counties, N. Mex. Wells tapping the bolson deposits furnish the major part of the water supply for the city of El Paso, Ciudad Juarez, Fort Bliss, Biggs Air Force Base, and private industries. in...

Knowles, Doyle Blewer; Kennedy, Richard A.
Ground-water resources of the Hueco Bolson, northeast of El Paso, Texas; 1958; WSP; 1426; Knowles, Doyle Blewer; Kennedy, Richard A.

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Delivery of water from Belton Reservoir to the Brazos River gaging station at Richmond, Texas, by way of the Leon, Little, and Brazos River channels, 1956

Beginning November 1, 1956 and ending December 14, 1956, the Corps of Engineers, in cooperation with the Brazos River Authority released 73,000 acre-feet of water (as measured at the gaging station on Leon river near Belton) from the Belton Reservoir for industrial use in the vicinity of Freeport, Tex. (see fig. 1). The need for this water at...

Havelka, D.E.; Parten, E.M.
Delivery of water from Belton Reservoir to the Brazos River gaging station at Richmond, Texas, by way of the Leon, Little, and Brazos River channels, 1956; 1957; OFR; 57-53; Havelka, D. E.; Parten, E. M.

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Geology and ground-water resources of Galveston County, Texas

Galveston County, on the Texas gulf coast, is underlain by alternating beds of sand and clay. These sand and clay strata crop out in belts that roughly parallel the coastline and dip gently southeastward at an angle gre? +,er than the slope of the land, thereby creating artesian aquifers. The formations that yield potable water to wells are the...

Petitt, Ben McDowell; Winslow, Allen George
Geology and ground-water resources of Galveston County, Texas; 1957; WSP; 1416; Petitt, Ben McDowell; Winslow, Allen George

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Salt water and its relation to fresh ground water in Harris County, Texas

Harris County, in the West Gulf Coastal Plain in southeastern Texas, has one of the heaviest concentrations of ground-water withdrawal in the United States. Large quantities of water are pumped to meet the requirements of the rapidly growing population, for industry, and for rice irrigation. The water is pumped from artesian wells which tap a...

Winslow, Allen G.; Doyel, William Watson; Wood, L.A.
Salt water and its relation to fresh ground water in Harris County, Texas; 1957; WSP; 1360-F; Winslow, Allen G.; Doyel, William Watson; Wood, L. A.

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Texas floods of September and October 1955

This report on the floods of September and and October 1955 in the Nueces, Brazos, and Pecos River basins, Texas, was prepared in the Texas District Office, Surface Water Branch, under the direction of Trigg Twichell, District Engineer.Records of discharge were collected and compiled in cooperation with the Texas State Board of Water Engineers,...

Milliken, D.L.; Goines, W.H.
Texas floods of September and October 1955; 1957; OFR; 57-74; Milliken, D. L.; Goines, W. H.

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Guadalupe and Blanco River seepage investigations

No abstract available.

Holland, Pat H.; Irelan, Burdge

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Saline-water resources of Texas

Large quantities of saline water are available in the world, both on the surface and underground; however, these waters have not been studied extensively as sources of potable water. Saline water is defined herein as water containing more than 1,000 parts per million of dissolved solids, or, with certain mineralized irrigation waters whose exact...

Winslow, Allen George; Kister, Lester Ray
Saline-water resources of Texas; 1956; WSP; 1365; Winslow, Allen George; Kister, Lester Ray.