The unconfined aquifer in central and southeastern Delaware occurs as a southward-thickening blanket of fine to coarse sand, and is recharged almost totally by precipitation and discharge is principally by seepage to streams, bays, and the ocean.
Please give proper credit to the Delaware Geological Survey.
Johnston, R.H., 1977, igital Model of the Unconfined Aquifer in Central and Southeastern Delaware: Delaware Geological Survey Bulletin 5 ,
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