2 edition of Groundwater resources of the Dallas-Monmouth area, Polk, Benton, and Marion Counties, Oregon found in the catalog.
Groundwater resources of the Dallas-Monmouth area, Polk, Benton, and Marion Counties, Oregon
Joseph B. Gonthier
|Statement||by Joseph B. Gonthier.|
|Series||Ground water report -- no. 28., Ground water report (Salem, Or.) -- no. 28.|
|Contributions||Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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Groundwater resources of the Dallas-Monmouth area, Polk, Benton, and Marion counties, Oregon Open-File Report By: J.B. Gonthier. Willard Rouse Jillson, 5 books Jane Eaglesfield Darlington, 5 books Maxine E.
Wormer, 3 books Robinson, Bret A., 3 books Nicholas Russell Murray, 3 books Dorothy Shores Stalcup, 2 books Juanita Davis Cawthon, 2 books Daraleen Wade, 2 books E. Russ Williams, 1 book Kathleen Wilham, 1 book Kathleen Mahaffey Bogdan, 1 book Annette Lemmon Daigle, 1.
REPORT ON WILLAMETTE RIVER BASIN"STUD~IBS RICKREALL CREEK WATERSHED: Preliminary Investigation of Municipal and Industrial Water Supply and Stream Quality Control Requirements and Benefits Associated with Multiple-Purpose Studies of the Proposed Monmouth-Dallas Project Polk County, Oregon Prepared at the Request of and in Cooperation with the Area Engineer.
Geology of the Idol City area: A volcanic-hosted precious-metal occurrence on east-central Oregon Geology, Petrology and Volcanic History os a portion of the Cascade Range between latitudes 43° - 44° N, central Oregon, U.S.A.
is within Benton County, and Small edges of the watershed fall into Lincoln, Polk and Lane counties (Map 7). The Marys River Watershed may be divided into a series of 24 smaller “sub-basins.” These sub-basins generally follow hydrologic boundaries (Map 6 and Table 1), butFile Size: 2MB.
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Estimates of Ground-Water Recharge, Base Flow, and Stream. U.S. Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Arsenic in Ground Water of the Willamette Basin, Oregon Water-Resources Investigations Report 98– Prepared in cooperation with OREGON WATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENT U.S.
Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Arsenic in Ground Water of the Willamette Basin, Oregon BY STEPHEN R. HINKLE AND DANIAL J. POLETTE .