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Table of Contents

Abstract

Introduction

Geography

Subsurface Stratigraphy

Outcropping Rocks

Structural Geology

Ground Water

Wells and Springs

Logs

References

Plates

 

Table of Contents

Abstract
Introduction
Purpose and scope of investigation
Location and extent of area
Previous investigations
Methods of Investigation
Well-numbering system
Acknowledgments
Geography
Topography and drainage
Climate
Population
Transportation
Agriculture and industry
Mineral resources
Subsurface Stratigraphy
Precambrian rocks
Cambrian rocks
Cambrian and Ordovician rocks
Ordovician rocks
Devonian rocks
Mississippian or Devonian rocks
Mississippian rocks
Pennsylvanian rocks
Stratigraphy of Outcropping Rocks
Pennsylvanian System-Missourian Series
Lansing Group
Pedee Group
Pennsylvanian System--Virgilian Series
Douglas Group
Shawnee Group
Quaternary System-Pleistocene Series
Structural Geology
Regional structure
Faulting and folding
Ground Water Resources
Source, occurrence, and movement of ground water
Ground-water recharge and discharge
Chemical character of ground water
Aquifer properties
Availability of ground water
Utilization of ground water
Records of Wells, Test Holes, and Springs
Logs of Wells and Test Holes
References

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Kansas Geological Survey, Geohydrology of Douglas County
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Web version Aug. 1999. Original publication date Dec. 1960.
URL=http://www.kgs.ku.edu/General/Geology/Douglas/contents.html