Progress report on the ground-water resources of the Louisville area, Kentucky

by William Franklin Guyton

Publisher: 1944. in [n.p.]

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  • Groundwater -- Kentucky -- Louisville.,
  • Water-supply -- Kentucky -- Louisville.

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Statementby W.F. Guyton, W.T. Stuart and G.B. Maxey. Prepared by the Geological Survey, U.S. Department of the Interior, in cooperation with the Geological Division, Kentucky State Department of Mines and Minerals, and with the city of Louisville.
ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
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LC ClassificationsGB1024.K4 G9
The Physical Object
Pagination20 l.
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL254752M
LC Control Numbergs 51000092
OCLC/WorldCa13758116

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Progress report on the ground-water resources of the Louisville area, Kentucky by William Franklin Guyton Download PDF EPUB FB2

PROGRESS REPORT ON THE GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF THE LOUISVILLE AREA, KENTUCKY, By EDWIN A. BELL, EGBERT W. KELLOGG, and WILLIS K. KULP ABSTRACT In the Louisville area, the principal water-bearing formations are the glacial- outwash sand and gravel and, in places, the underlying limestone.

During theCited by: 4. Progress report on the ground-water resources of the Louisville area, Kentucky, Water Supply Paper By: Edwin A. Bell, Robert W. Kellogg, and Willis K. Kulp.

Get this from a library. Progress report on the ground-water resources of the Louisville area, Kentucky, [Edwin Allen Bell; Robert W Kentucky book Willis K Kulp; Geological Survey (U.S.); United States. Department of the Interior.; Kentucky. Department of Economic Development.; Kentucky Geological Survey.].

This report on the source, occurrence, and quality of ground-water supplies in the Scottsville area, Kentucky, is one of a series on the ground-water resources in Cited by: 3. Guyton, William Franklin, Stuart, Wilbur Tennant, and Maxey, George Burke,Progress report on the ground water resources of the Louisville area, Kentucky: This material was reproduced by means other than ordinary printing.

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