The Mahomet aquifer: A transboundary resource in east-central Illinois

@inproceedings{Larson2003TheMA,
  title={The Mahomet aquifer: A transboundary resource in east-central Illinois},
  author={David R. Larson and Edward Mehnert and Beverly L. Herzog},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract Emerging intrastate transboundary issues focus on use of the Mahomet aquifer, which underlies about fifteen counties and many other political entities in east-central Illinois. This sand and gravel aquifer in the lower part of the buried Mahomet Bedrock Valley ranges between four and fourteen miles wide and from about 50 to 200 feet thick. Much of the region's rural population, several large communities, and many small towns obtain water from the Mahomet aquifer, as do industrial… CONTINUE READING

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