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Linhart, S. M.; Lund, K. D. (2008), Scientific Investigations Map 3037.

The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, conducted bathymetric surveys on seven lakes in Iowa during 2005 (Arrowhead Pond, Central Park Lake, Lake Keomah, Manteno Park Pond, Lake Miami, Springbrook Lake, and Yellow Smoke Lake). The surveys were co...
Bathymetric Contour Maps of Lakes Surveyed in Iowa in 2005

(Released: 2008-09-13)

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Arnold, Terri L.; Warner, Kelly L.; Groschen, George E.; Caldwell, James P.; Kalkhoff, Stephen J. (2008), Scientific Investigations Report 2008-5015.

The glacial aquifer system in the United States is a large (953,000 square miles) regional aquifer system of heterogeneous composition. As described in this report, the glacial aquifer system includes all unconsolidate...
Hydrochemical Regions of the Glacial Aquifer System, Northern United States, and Their Environmental and Water-Quality Characteristics

(Released: 2008-09-13)

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Journey, Celeste A.; Abrahamsen, Thomas A. (2008), Open-File Report 2008-1268.

The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Spartanburg Water System, conducted three spatial surveys of the limnological conditions in Lake William C. Bowen (Lake Bowen) and Municipal Reservoir #1 (Reservoir #1), Spartanburg County, South Carolina, during August to September 2005...
Limnological Conditions in Lake William C. Bowen and Municipal Reservoir #1, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, August to September 2005, May 2006, and October 2006

(Released: 2008-09-13)

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Hazard Roundup—August 2008 Quick look:
A roundup of the previous month's hazard-related events around the world, with some newsworthy tidbits.

Host: Brian Campbell
(Mon, 8 Sep 2008 16:48:56 UTC; Length: 6:31)

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