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Water-level conditions in the Black Creek aquifer, 1992-94, in parts of Bladen, Robeson, and Scotland Counties, North Carolina

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Water-level conditions in the Black Creek aquifer, 1992-94, in parts of Bladen, Robeson, and Scotland Counties, North Carolina; 1996; WRI; 95-4283; Strickland, Alfred Gerald

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Water-level measurements were made during 1992-94 in 253 wells completed in the Black Creek aquifer in an approximately 2,550-square-mile area of Bladen, Hoke, Robeson, and Scotland Counties in the southern Coastal Plain of North Carolina. Water levels were measured in 56 wells in the fall of 1992, 135 wells in the fall of 1993, and 62 wells in the spring of 1994 to map the potentiometric surface of the Black Creek aquifer for three different parts of these counties. The maps of the potentiometric surface can be used to infer general direction of ground-water flow from recharge areas in the uplands to discharge areas at local streams and wells. With- drawals from wells at pumping centers, such as areas around Elizabethtown in Bladen [...]

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doi http://www.loc.gov/standards/mods/mods-outline-3-5.html#identifier doi:10.3133/wri954283
series unknown Water-Resources Investigations Report

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