Hydrology of melt-water channels in southwestern Minnesota by Gerald L. Thompson

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Statementby Gerald L. Thompson.
SeriesContributions to the hydrology of the United States, Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 1809-K
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Hydrology of melt-water channels in southwestern Minnesota Water Supply Paper K Prepared in cooperation with the Division of Waters, Minnesota Department of Conservation, and the Marshall Municipal Utilities By: Gerald L.

Thompson. HYDROLOGY OF MELT-WATER CHANNELS IN SOUTHWESTERN MINNESOTA [WSP - K -- Thompson, Gerald L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. HYDROLOGY OF MELT-WATER CHANNELS IN SOUTHWESTERN MINNESOTA. Melt-water channel deposits are among the most important aquifers in south-western Minnesota, but permeable zones within the deposits are difficult to locate, interpretation of the depositional history of proglacial channel deposits from aerial photographs and test-hole samples indicates the position of the permeable zones.

Get this from a library. Hydrology of melt-water channels in southwestern Minnesota. [Gerald L Thompson; Minnesota. Department of Conservation.; Minnesota. Division. The melt-water channels in Lyon County trend southeastward because the flank of the ice sheet was confined by a landmass that sloped to the northeast.

Similar buried channels may be present elsewhere along the southwest flank of the Des Moines lobe. If so, they probably can be located by the methods by: 3. Melt-water channel deposits are among the most important aquifers in south­ western Minnesota, but permeable zones within the deposits are difficult to locate, 'nterpretation of the depositional history of proglacial channel deposits from t °irial photographs and test-hole samples indicates the position of the permeable - >nes.

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(K) Hydrology of melt-water channels in southwestern Minnesota, by Gerald L. Thompson. CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE HYDROLOGY OF THE UNITED STATES Lyon County is in southwestern Minnesota, mostly within the drainage Schneider, Robert, and Rodis, E.

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