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Ground-water resources of the Halliday area, Dunn County, North Dakota

Charles E. Naplin

Ground-water resources of the Halliday area, Dunn County, North Dakota

by Charles E. Naplin

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Published by North Dakota State Water Commission in Bismarck .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Dakota,
  • Dunn County.
    • Subjects:
    • Groundwater -- North Dakota -- Dunn County.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Charles E. Naplin.
      SeriesNorth Dakota ground-water studies : no. 78
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGB1025.N9 A3 no. 78
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 56 p. :
      Number of Pages56
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4856222M
      LC Control Number75621078

      City of Dickinson, ND First Choice for Families, Great Choice for Opportunity.   Protecting Dakota County’s valuable surface water and groundwater resources is an important responsibility for everyone who lives and works here. Dakota County helps protect water quality every step of the way. The County maintains safe drinking water by making sure unused wells are sealed, septic systems are maintained, and regulations are.

      book by Albert A. Ficek, A century of progress by the Czechs of New Hradec, p. Includes lists of members of St. Peter and Paul Church. Also includes the sisters who staffed the school and the graduates of the school. FHL Book Area. /N1 H2f. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burkart, M. R. Ground-water resources of Sheridan County, North Dakota. Bismarck, N.D.: The Commission,

      Additional Physical Format: Online version: Randich, P.G. (Philip G.), Ground-water resources of Towner County, North Dakota. Bismarck, N.D.: [North Dakota. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Klausing, Robert L. Ground-water resources of McIntosh County, North Dakota. Bismarck, N.D.: North Dakota Geological.


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78)Author: Charles E Naplin. Dunn county was created by the Dakota Territory legislature and named for John Piatt Dunn, who opened the first drugstore in North Dakota and was a civic and commercial leader during the early history of Bismarck.

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Naplin Not in Library. Soil survey of Dunn County, Wisconsin. GWS No 78 - Ground-Water Resources of the Halliday Area, Dunn County, North Dakota, By Charles E. Naplin, Ground-Water Geologist, North Dakota State Water Commission, GWS No 79 - Ground-Water Resources of the Crosby Area, Divide County, North Dakota, By Larry L.

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Bruce E. Hicks, Assistant Director Oil and Gas Division. Edward C. Murphy, Assistant Director Geological Survey, State Geologist: North Dakota Industrial Commission. Map showing availability of ground water from glacial-drift aquifers in Dickey and LaMoure Counties, North Dakota (in pocket) 2. Geohydrologic section through LaMoure County, North Dakota (in pocket) Figure 1.

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