Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming
HA 730-I

Regional aquifer systems

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Upper Colorado River Basin aquifer system

Figure 65 Map of the aquifer system (33K)
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Figure 66 Correlation chart (33K)
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Figure 67 Diagramatic section of the aquifer system (50K)
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Figure 68 Map showing approximate depth to water in the aquifer system (17K)
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Figure 69 Map of potentiometric contours in the Wasatch-Fort Union aquifer (17K)
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Figure 70 Map of dissolved-solids concentration in water from Mesaverde aquifer (33K)
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Figure 71 Map showing depth to top of Paleozoic rocks (33K)
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Figure 72 Map of potentiometric contours in the Pennsylvanian aquifer (17K)
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Figure 73 Map of potentiometric contours in the Mississippian aquifer (17K)
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