Oklahoma, Texas
HA 730-E

Pecos River Basin alluvial aquifer

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Figure 26 Correlation chart (17K)
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Figure 27 Cross section showing thickness of the Pecos River Basin alluvial aquifer (17K)
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Figure 28 Map showing base-of-aquifer contour (33K)
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Figure 29 Map showing potentiometric contour (33K)
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Figure 30 Map showing saturated thickness of the aquifer (33K)
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