Progress report on the ground-water resources of the Louisville area, Kentucky, 1949-55

@inproceedings{Bell1963ProgressRO,
  title={Progress report on the ground-water resources of the Louisville area, Kentucky, 1949-55},
  author={Edwin Allen Bell and Robert Kellogg and Willis K. Kulp},
  year={1963}
}
  • Edwin Allen Bell, Robert Kellogg, Willis K. Kulp
  • Published 1963
  • Environmental Science
  • In the Louisville area, the principal water-bearing formations are the glacialoutwash sand and gravel and, in places, the underlying limestone. During the period 1949 through 1955 pumpage from the two aquifers averaged about 30 mgd (million gallons per day). The pumpage was approximately in balance with the normal net recharge to the area but was only about 8 percent of the estimated potential supply of ground water, including induced infiltration from the river. In the Louisville area, ground… CONTINUE READING

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