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Ground water and geology of Marquette County, Michigan

Ground water and geology of Marquette County, Michigan

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Published by The Survey in Lansing, Mich .
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  • Groundwater -- Michigan -- Marquette County,
  • Geology -- Michigan -- Marquette County

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    Statementprepared in cooperation with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources ; United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey
    SeriesOpen-file report -- 82-501., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 82-501.
    ContributionsVanAlstine, J. L., Geological Survey (U.S.), Michigan. Dept. of Natural Resources.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17800108M

    Ground water and geology of Baraga County, Michigan by C. J. Doonan, , State of Michigan, Dept. of Natural Resources, Geological Survey Division edition, in EnglishPages: Get this from a library! Geology and hydrology for environmental planning in Marquette County, Michigan. [F R Twenter; Michigan. Department of Natural Resources.; Geological Survey (U.S.). Water Resources Division.].

    Marquette Co., Michigan, USA: Reference: Buchholz, T.W., Falster, A.U. and Simmons, W.B. () Accessory mineralogy of the Black River pegmatite and Humboldt. Buy Geology and hydrology for environmental planning in Marquette County, Michigan (Water resources investigations) by F. R Twenter (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : F. R Twenter.

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Ground water and geology of Marquette County, Michigan (Open-file report / U.S. Geological Survey) [Doonan, C. J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ground water and geology of Marquette County, Michigan (Open-file report / U.S.

Geological Survey). Ground water and geology of Marquette County, Michigan. Ground-water resources of Marquette County are about evenly divided between bedrock aquifers and aquifers in glacial deposits. In the northern and the extreme southern parts of the county, most wells are completed in bedrock at depths less than feet.

In the central part, most wells are completed in glacial deposits; some of these wells are as deep as feet. Geology of the Marquette and Sands quadrangles, Marquette County, Michigan: USGS Professional Paper [Gair, J. E., Thaden, R.E.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Geology of the Marquette and Sands quadrangles, Marquette County, Michigan: USGS Professional Paper Author: J. Gair, R.E. Thaden. Get this from a library. Ground water and geology of Marquette County, Michigan. [C J Doonan; J L VanAlstine; Geological Survey (U.S.); Michigan. Department of Natural Resources.].

Both ground water and surface water are used in municipal water systems in Marquette County. (USGS) RECORD ID: F&G CODE: 02f; 07c Publication Doonan, C.J., and VanAlstine, J.L.,Ground water and geology of Ground water and geology of Marquette County County, Michigan: U.S.

Geological Survey Open-File Report46 p. Back to Publications List. Buy Ground water and geology of Marquette County, Michigan (Open-file report / U.S. Geological Survey) by C.

J Doonan (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Author: C. J Doonan. MI -- Terwilliger, F.W.,The glacial geology and ground-water resources of Van Buren County, Michigan, pt.

1 of occasional papers for on the geology of Michigan: Michigan Geological Survey Publication Author: G.C. Huffman, C.R. Whited. distribution of ground water on the Marquette iron-bearing range of Michigan. The district has produced ore continuously since its discovery in and at present about 5 million tons is shipped annually, mostly from underground mines.

The purpose of this study was to define the principles involved in the movements of. any purpose. The County of Marque te and its o fic ers, agents, emplo yees, boards, and commissions sha l not be li able for any inaccuracy or omission in this informati on and data." 0 5 10 15 Miles MARQUETTE COUNTY, MICHIGAN SURFACE GEOLOGY Surface Geology Type Acres Thin to discontinuous glacial till over bedrock any purpose.

The County of Marque te and its o ficers, agents, employees, boards, and commis sions sha l not be liable for any inaccuracy or omis sio n in this information and data." 0 2 4 8 12 Miles MARQUETTE COUNTY, MICHIGAN BEDROCK GEOLOGY BEDROCK TYPE ARCHEAN GRANITE & GNEISSIC MICHIGAMME FORMATION ARCHEAN VOLCANIC & SEDIMENTARY NEGAUNEE.

NI -- Terwilliger, F.W.,The glacial geology and ground-water resources of Van Buren County, Michigan, pt. 1 of Occasional papers for on the geology of Michigan: Michigan Geological Survey Publication Author: G.C.

Huffman, C.R. Whited. Terwilliger, F.W.,The glacial geology and ground-water resources of Van Buren County, Michigan, pt. 1 of occasional papers for on the geology of Michigan: Michigan Geological Survey Publicat pt. 1, 95 p. County Fact Book prepared by County Clerk.

Other figures are: Federal Land Survey 1, sq. (excludes some water) Marquette County Road Commission 1, “ “ Michigan.

The following maps relate to natural resources and features in Marquette County. Bedrock Geology Map. County Hillshade Map. Depth to Water Table Map. Surface Geology Map. General Soil Association Map. Watershed Map. Gair J. BEDROCK GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE PALMER QUADRANGLE MARQUETTE COUNTY MICHIGAN USGS Prof.

Paper # wraps with light+ wear, ex-lib, contents vg, pp., 8 plts, 70 figs. Hard to find. Price: $ (stock#PPmi). Geology and Monazite Content of the Goodrich Quartzite, Palmer Area, Marquette County, Michigan: Usgs Bulletin F [Vickers, R.

C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Geology and Monazite Content of the Goodrich Quartzite, Palmer Area, Marquette County, Michigan: Usgs Bulletin FAuthor: R.

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Both ground water and surface water sources are used in municipal water systems. INTRODUCTION Geography Marquette County is in the north- central part of Michigan's Northern Peninsula (fig. Including 1, acres, Marquette is the largest county in the state.

The county's population increased f in MARQUETTE COUNTYAuthor: C.J. Doonan, J. Van Alstine. MI -- Terwilliger, F. W.,The glacial geology and ground-water resources of Van Buren County, Michigan, pt.

1 of Occasional papers for on the geology of Michigan: Michigan Geological Survey Publication Cited by: 2. GROUND-WATER DATA FOR MICHIGAN by G.C. Huffman and C.R. Whited U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with theAuthor: G.C. Huffman, C.R. Whited.State of Michigan Department of Natural Resources Geological Survey Division Water Investigation 11 GROUND WATER AND GEOLOGY OF BARAGA COUNTY, MICHIGAN by C.

J. Doonan, and J. R. Byerlay Prepared in cooperation with the Water Resources Division of the Geological Survey, United States Department of the Interior Lansing, Michigan Contents.Most wells In Baraga County obtain water from beds of sand and gravel in morainal and lakebed deposits or from the Jacobsville Sandstone.

Yields of wells range from a few to as much as gallons per minute, but most wells probably yield less than 10 by: