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

Surficial aquifer system, Valley-fill glacial aquifers

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Corning aquifer

Figure 22 Map of Corning aquifer (33K)
editable eps file M022.eps.gz (165K compressed)

Figure 23 Photo showing valley walls of bedrock (50K)
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Figure 24 Map showing saturated thickness of sand and gravel (66K)
editable eps file M024.eps.gz (116K compressed)

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