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Cost-effectiveness of the US Geological Survey stream-gaging program in central Florida

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Cost-effectiveness of the US Geological Survey stream-gaging program in central Florida; 1984; WRI; 84-4116; Miller, R. A.; Anderson, Warren; Heath, R. C.

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In the Red Oak area, Oklahoma, water in shale bedrock occurs in bedding planes and fractures and is confined. Wells probably yield less than 5 gallons per minute. Ground water is a sodium or mixed cation carbonate/bicarbonate type with dissolved-solids concentrations ranging from about 300 to 700 milligrams per liter. No relationship between water chemistry and well depth or location is apparent. Brazil Creek flows 1 cubic foot per second or less about 25 percent of the time and has no flow about 15 percent of the time. Water in Brazil Creek is a mixed cation carbonate/bicarbonate type. Dissolved-solids concentrations upstream from old and recent mines ranged from 30 to 100 milligrams per liter whereas concentrations downstreams from [...]

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