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Preliminary Report on the Santa Maria Oil District, Santa Barbara County ... - Page 34
by Ralph Arnold, Robert van Vleck Anderson - 1907 - 69 pages
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Report of Progress: Department of Agriculture, Insurance, Statistics, and ...

1889
...water, being under pressure from the fountain head, would otherwise find relief in that direction. V. A suitable exposure of the edge of the porous stratum...that it may take in a sufficient supply of water. VI. An adequate rainfall to furnish this supply. VII. An absence of any escape for the water at a lower...
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Report of Progress: First report of progress, Issue 1

Geological Survey of Texas - Geology - 1889
...these beds so that the edge at which the waters enter will be higher than the surface at the well. V. A suitable exposure of the edge of the porous stratum...that it may take in a sufficient supply of water. VI. An adequate rainfall to furnish this supply. VII. An absence of any escape for the water at a lower...
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Bulletin, Issues 319-324

Geology - 1908
...supplies. These sources are discussed on pages 17-20. Outcrop of porous stratum. — The postulated suitable exposure of the edge of the porous stratum...that it may take in a sufficient supply of water, though a common, is likewise far from an essential factor of artesian flows. The horizontal sandy beds...
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Water-supply and Irrigation Papers of the United States ..., Issues 65-70

Geological Survey (U.S.) - 1902
...these beds, so that the edge at which the waters enter will l>e higher than the surface of the well. V. A suitable exposure of the edge of the porous stratum, so that it may ta in a sufficient supply of water. VI. An adequate rain-fall to furnish this supply. VII. An absence...
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Water-supply and Irrigation Papers of the United States ..., Issues 107-112

Geological Survey (U.S.) - 1904
...the fountain head, would otherwise find relief in that direction. 4. An inclination of these beda, so that the edge at which the waters enter will be...that it may take in a sufficient supply of water. (5. An adequate rainfall to furnish this supply. 7. An absence of any escape for the water at a lower...
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Water-supply and Irrigation Papers of the United States ..., Issues 113-118

Geological Survey (U.S.) - 1905
...these beds, so that the edge at which the waters enter will be higher than the surface at the well. V. A suitable exposure of the edge of the porous stratum, so that it may take in a sufficifiit supply Hi water. VI. An adequate rainfall to furnish this supply. VII. An absence of any...
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Bulletin, Issue 34

Geology - 1919
...inclination of these beds, so that the edge at which the waters enter will be higher than the surface of the well. 5. A suitable exposure of the edge of the...water. 6. An adequate rainfall to furnish this supply. 7. An absence of any escape for the water at a lower level than the surface of the well. Another list...
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Water-supply and Irrigation Papers of the United States ..., Issues 157-164

Geological Survey (U.S.) - Irrigation - 1906
...the waters enter will IK- higher than the surface at the well. _, 5. A suitable exposure of the edpe of the porous stratum, so that it may take in a sufficient...water. 6. An adequate rainfall to furnish this supply. 7. An absence of any escape for the water at a lower level than the surface at the well. «Fifth Anil....
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Bulletin of the Geological Society of America, Volume 18

Geological Society of America - Geology - 1907
...has. with few exceptions, been followed by writers of underground water papers. These in brief are: (1) A pervious stratum, to permit the entrance and...that it may take in a sufficient supply of water; (C) an adequate rainfall, to furnish tliis supply: and (7) an absence of any escape for the water at...
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The Underground Water Resources of Alabama, Issue 6

Eugene Allen Smith, Frank P. Chaffee - Geology - 1907 - 388 pages
...these beds, so that the edge at which the waters enter will be higher than the surface at the well, V. A suitable exposure of the edge of the porous stratum,...that it may take in a sufficient supply of water. VI. An adequate rainfall to furnish this supply. VII. An absence of any escape for the water at a lower...
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