Hydrogeology, water quality, and effects of increased municipal pumpage of the Saco River Valley glacial aquifer; Bartlett, New Hampshire to Fryeburg, Maine

@article{Tepper1990HydrogeologyWQ,
  title={Hydrogeology, water quality, and effects of increased municipal pumpage of the Saco River Valley glacial aquifer; Bartlett, New Hampshire to Fryeburg, Maine},
  author={Dorothy H. Tepper and David J. Morrissey and Clarence D. Johnson and Thomas J. Maloney},
  journal={Water-Resources Investigations Report},
  year={1990}
}
  • Dorothy H. Tepper, David J. Morrissey, +1 author Thomas J. Maloney
  • Published 1990
  • Geology
  • Water-Resources Investigations Report
  • The extensive, unconfined sand and gravel aquifer located along the Saco River from Bartlett, New Hampshire to Fryeburg, Maine, is an important water supply for this region. The aquifer ranges in width from 1 to 3 miles, covers a surface area of 39 mi2 (square miles) and is located in the foothills of the White Mountains. Saturated thicknesses ranged from 10 ft (feet) or less near the valley walls to approximately 280 ft near the center of the valley in Fryeburg. Hydraulic-conductivity values… CONTINUE READING

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