Ground-water resources of the Indianapolis area, Marion County, Indiana
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Ground-water resources of the Indianapolis area, Marion County, Indiana

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Published in [Indianapolis] .
Written in English



  • Indianapolis (Ind.),
  • Indiana,
  • Marion County.


  • Groundwater -- Indiana -- Marion County.,
  • Water-supply -- Indiana -- Marion County.,
  • Indianapolis (Ind.) -- Water-supply.

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Statementby Charles L. McGuinness. Prepared in cooperation with the Geological Survey, U. S. Dept. of the Interior.
ContributionsMcGuinness, Charles Lee, 1916-
LC ClassificationsGB1025.I6 A5 1943
The Physical Object
Pagination49 leaves.
Number of Pages49
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6463156M
LC Control Number43053037

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Status of Ground Water Levels The U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources has collected ground-water data in Indiana since Today, the state observation well network consists of 35 wells located throughout the state (See groundwater network site). The Indiana Geological Survey publications for this area: The Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Division of Water publications: Indianapolis, Indiana Atlas #A Technical Atlas of the Ground Water Resources of Marion County $ *Reduced Copies This is the end of the Div of Water section. Wellhead Protection Areas, Riverside Ground Water Contamination Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana µ I 0 6 5 I 70 I 6 5 I 7 0 I 6 5 I 4 6 5 Site Vicinity Marion County, IN Marion County Riverside Well RS 29 Wellhead 1 Year Delineation Wellhead 5 Year Delineation 0 1 Kilometers 1 Miles Lat: 39º 46' " N Long: 86º 11' " W Fig. and ground-water quality of Gibson County. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the Division of Water, Indiana Department of Natural Resources (formerly Department of Conservation), have pro-duced numerous ground-water resource studies for portions of .

Marion County Ordinance – The Code, Chapter Water Well Drilling and Ground Water– IAC Water Well Drillers and Water Well Pump Installers– IAC Permits. New Well Construction. Well permit fee is $ Innovative Groundwater Protection Programs of Marion County, Indiana Presentations Download this as PDF Posted on Decem Mundell, J.A., Walker, R., “Innovative Groundwater Protection Programs of Marion County, Indiana” One Water Action Forum , Indianapolis, IN, .   Marion County’s groundwater work featured in new book “The War on the EPA” Janu in Company News Brent Dayharsh “cleans up” the competition at the NGWA conference. his ground water research in the State. As a result of his studies, Mr. McGuinness prepared a preliminary report on "Ground-Water Re­ sources of the Indianapolis Area, Marion County, Indiana", and it was issued on January 1, , as a publication of the Division of Geology.

Groundwater -- Indiana. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Groundwater; Groundwater -- United States; Indiana; Filed under: Groundwater -- Indiana. Well. "Generally ground water levels hold up pretty well during drought conditions," added Basch, who says Indiana has a healthy amount of ground water, particularly in the northern part of the state. But there are some signs a private well could be going dry. MARION COUNTY Examination of Figure 16 reveals that Marion County is second with respect to the number of hazardous waste dumps and SIA impoundments considered in this report. All dumps and impoundments are clustered in the center of the county with the exception of a few industrial waste lagoons that are located to the north and northeast. However, major circles are identified by major city names rather than by county names as it was felt city names as identification would be the most useful. Thus, as an example, Indianapolis is identified on many of the amps; the map circle symbolization, however, represents all of .