Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont
HA 730-M

Carbonate-rock aquifers

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Aquifers and their characteristics

Table 12 Table listing transmissivity of the Limestone aquifer (17K)
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Table 13 Table listing transmissivity of the Camillus aquifer (17K)
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Figure 90 Photo showing outcrop of the Lockport aquifer (50K)
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Figure 91 Chart showing depth to the Lockport dolomite (17K)
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