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Trends in Ground-Water Levels and Use in Georgia: 1950-1987

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James, R. Thomas
Odum, Eugene P.
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As part of a study on land use changes in the state of Georgia, 1935 - 1985--funded by the Kellogg Foundation-trends in ground-water use and ground-water levels were investigated. Our objectives were to document trends in ground-water use and changes in water levels of the four major aquifers in the Coastal Plain of Georgia. We attempted to relate ground-water consumption and yearly rainfall to predict possible future problems of drought and offer some suggestions to solve these perceived problems.
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Sponsored by U.S. Geological Survey, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, the University of Georgia, Georgia State University, and Georgia Institute of Technology.
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1989-05
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