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Saline-water resources of Texas

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

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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 dissolved solids content is not known, water containing more than 60 percent sodium. Saline ground water occurs as connate water or other saline water that entered an aquifer in the geologic past and has not been flushed from the aquifer; as the result of solution of soluble materials in aquifers by percolating ground water; as a result of salt-water encroachment into aquifers which are in [...]

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local-pk unknown 2999
series unknown Water Supply Paper

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