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This is a well completion report from the New Hampshire Water Well Inventory Database for private well WRB/STATE ID# 148.0291. Well completion reports contain construction details of private water wells drilled after 1984. The majority of these reports include general construction information (such as total depth of well and measured yield) as well as basic descriptions of geologic materials and subsurface conditions at the well site. LOCATION: State name: New Hampshire, County name: Rockingham, Town name: Madbury
This sample consists of washed rock cuttings collected from well SOWB-2 at a depth of approximately 300 feet below the ground surface and is identified as sample SOWB-2-300. This well is the shallower of two nested bedrock wells drilled in Coleman State Park, Town of Stewartstown, Coos County, New Hampshire. Total well depth is 303 feet. This well is part of the New Hampshire Ground Water Level Monitoring Network, which is monitored and maintained by the New Hampshire Geological Survey. The well drilling log associated with this sample is part of Collection ID# P1655. The sample description from the well log identifies the sample as: metavolcanic schist with pyrite dark gray/black, some feldspar.
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Rock cuttings
This sample consists of unconsolidated surficial material collected from well RGWB-2 at a depth of approximately 20 feet below the ground surface and is identified as sample RGWB-1-20. This well is the shallower of two nested bedrock wells drilled in Annett State Forest, Town of Rindge, Cheshire County, New Hampshire. Total well depth is 285 feet. This well is part of the New Hampshire Ground Water Level Monitoring Network, which is monitored and maintained by the New Hampshire Geological Survey. The well drilling log associated with this sample is part of Collection ID# P1655. The sample description from the well log identifies the sample as: sand, brown with mica flecks.
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Rock cuttings
This sample consists of washed rock cuttings collected from well CVWB-1 at a depth of approximately 200 feet below the ground surface and is identified as sample CVWB-1-200. This well is the deeper of two nested bedrock wells drilled in Upton-Morgan State Park, City of Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Total well depth is 480 feet. This well is part of the New Hampshire Ground Water Level Monitoring Network, which is monitored and maintained by the New Hampshire Geological Survey. The well drilling log associated with this sample is part of Collection ID# P1655. The sample description from the well log identifies the sample as: gray salt and pepper cuttings, some mica, less coarse.
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Rock cuttings
This sample consists of washed rock cuttings collected from well CVWB-1 at a depth of approximately 220 feet below the ground surface and is identified as sample CVWB-1-220. This well is the deeper of two nested bedrock wells drilled in Upton-Morgan State Park, City of Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Total well depth is 480 feet. This well is part of the New Hampshire Ground Water Level Monitoring Network, which is monitored and maintained by the New Hampshire Geological Survey. The well drilling log associated with this sample is part of Collection ID# P1655. The sample description from the well log identifies the sample as: gray salt and pepper cuttings, some mica.
Categories: Physical Item; Tags: Rock cuttings
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