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Water Resources Data - Texas Water Year 2001

Volume 6. Ground Water

Water Data Report TX-01-6

By D.L. Barbie

Abstract: Water-resources data for the 2001 water year for Texas consists of records of stage, discharge, and water quality of streams; stage and contents in lakes and reservoirs; and water levels and water quality in wells. Volume 6 contains water levels for 908 observation wells and water-quality data for 155 monitoring wells. These data represent that part of the National Water Data System operated by the U.S. Geological Survey and cooperating Federal, State, and local agencies in Texas.


Volume 6. Ground Water: Water-Data Report TX-01-6
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Map of Texas basins with stations included in this volume.



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Other Volumes In This Set:
Volume 1. Arkansas River Basin, Red River Basin, Sabine River Basin, Neches River Basin, and Intervening Coastal Basins: Water Data Report TX-01-1
Volume 2. Trinity River Basin: Water Data Report TX-01-2
Volume 3. San Jacinto River Basin, Brazos River Basin, San Bernard River Basin, and Intervening Coastal Basins: Water Data Report TX-01-3
Volume 4. Colorado River Basin, Lavaca River Basin, and Intervening Coastal Basins: Water Data Report TX-01-4
Volume 5. Guadalupe River Basin, Nueces River Basin, Rio Grande Basin, and Intervening Coastal Basins: Water Data Report TX-01-5
Volumes 1-6 Complete Set: Compressed (.zip) 24,495,000 Bytes (58 minutes at 56K)
Choosing The Proper Volume: The 2001 water resources data were published in
six volumes.  Volumes 1 through 5 focus on streamflow and water-quality data within
a specific basin or group of basins.  Volume 6 contains all published ground-water
data.  To assist you in downloading the proper volume, we have provided the
following resources:
Volumes 1 - 5 listing by station identification number
Volumes 1 - 5 listing by station name

CONTENTS Volume 3 Volume 4 Volume 2 Volume 5 Volume 1

Preface

Introduction

Cooperation

Hydrologic conditions .

Ground water

Special Networks and Programs

Explanation of the records

Latitude-longitude system

Local well numbers

Records of ground-water levels

Data collection and computation

Data presentation

Records of ground-water quality

Data collection and computation

Data presentation

Ground-water records

Remark codes

Access to USGS water data

Definition of terms

Publications of techniques of water-resources investigations

Ground-water wells, by county, for which records are published

Index

ILLUSTRATIONS

Figure

1. System for numbering wells and miscellaneous sites
 

2. Texas well-numbering system

3. Bailey County map

4. Bexar County map

5. Brazoria County map

6. Castro County map

7. Chambers County map

8. Cochran County map

9. Collin County map

10. Comal County map

11. Comanche County map

12. Coryell County map

13. Dallas County map

14. Deaf Smith County map

15. El Paso County map

16. Erath County map

17. Fort Bend County map

18. Frio County map

19. Galveston County map

20. Grimes County map

21. Hale County map

22. Hardin County map

23. Harris County map

24. Hays County map

25. Hood County map

26. Jasper County map

27. Jefferson County map

28. Kendall County map

29. Kerr County map

30. Lamb County map

31. Liberty County map

32. Medina County map

33. Montgomery County map

34. Newton County map

35. Orange County map

36. Parmer County map

37. Roberts County map

38. Swisher County map

39. Tarrant County map

40. Travis County map

41. Uvalde County map

42. Walker County map

43. Waller County map


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