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New Hampshire Geological Survey

New Hampshire Geological Survey

 

The Survey's mission is to collect data and perform research on the land, mineral, and water resources of the state, and disseminate the findings to the public through maps, reports, and other publications.Major activities include:

  • Providing state agencies, local governments, planning commissions, the private sector, and the general public with geologic information to meet their scientific, educational, and business needs.
  • Mapping New Hampshire’s  bedrock and surficial geology, mineral deposits, and stratified-drift aquifers, as well as producing geologic publications.
  • Maintaining statewide databases of well completion recordswater use information and surface water features.
  • Overseeing a statewide network of observation wells to monitor groundwater levels.
  • Assessing hazards posed by natural events such as floods, landslides, and earthquakes

http://des.nh.gov/organization/commissioner/gsu/

Location
29 Hazen Drive; PO Box 95
Concord , NH 03302-0095
This is a well completion report from the New Hampshire Water Well Inventory Database for private well WRB/STATE ID# 127.0304. 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: Kensington
This is a well completion report from the New Hampshire Water Well Inventory Database for private well WRB/STATE ID# 198.0125. 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: Portsmouth.
This is a well completion report from the New Hampshire Water Well Inventory Database for private well WRB/STATE ID# 180.0200. 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: North Hampton.
This is a well completion report from the New Hampshire Water Well Inventory Database for private well WRB/STATE ID# 180.0018. 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: North Hampton.
This is a well completion report from the New Hampshire Water Well Inventory Database for private well WRB/STATE ID# 180.0038. 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: North Hampton.
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