Factors related to well yield in the fractured-bedrock aquifer of New Hampshire

  title={Factors related to well yield in the fractured-bedrock aquifer of New Hampshire},
  author={Richard Bridge Moore and G. Schwartz and Stewart F. Clark and Gregory J. Walsh and James R. Degnan},
The New Hampshire Bedrock Aquifer Assessment was designed to provide information that can be used by communities, industry, professional consultants, and other interests to evaluate the ground-water development potential of the fractured-bedrock aquifer in the State. The assessment was done at statewide, regional, and well field scales to identify relations that potentially could increase the success in locating high-yield water supplies in the fractured-bedrock aquifer. statewide, data were… CONTINUE READING


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