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Direction of Ground-Water Flow in the Surficial Aquifer in the Vicinity of Impact Areas G-10 and K-2, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, 2004

Scientific Investigations Report 2004Ė5270
By Stephen L. Harden, Stephen S. Howe, and Silvia Terziotti


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Abstract || Introduction || Methods || Hydrogeologic Setting || Direction of Flow || Trends || Summary || References || Appendix

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