Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia
HA 730-L

North Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system

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Potomac aquifer

Figure 54 Map showing estimated transmissivity (50K)
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Figure 55 Map showing potentiometric contours (33K)
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Figure 56 Map showing potentiometric contours (33K)
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Figure 57 Map showing hydrochemical facies (33K)
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Figure 58 Map showing fresh gound-water withdrawals during 1979­80 (33K)
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Figure 59 Chart showing the use of fresh ground-water withdrawals during 1985 (17K)
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