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RI26 Hydraulic Characteristics of the Piney Point Aquifer and Overlying Confining Bed near Dover, Delaware

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RI26 Hydraulic Characteristics of the Piney Point Aquifer and Overlying Confining Bed near Dover, Delaware
Publication Type:
Report of Investigation
Publication Date:
Jun 1976
Authors:
Leahy, P.P.
Abstract:

The hydraulic properties of the Piney Point (Eocene) aquifer and overlying basal silt of the Chesapeake Group (Miocene) were determined by a 23-day aquifer test conducted at the Danner Farm Well Field of the City of Dover, Delaware. During the test, head changes were monitored continuously in the Piney Point aquifer, overlying Cheswold (Miocene) aquifer, and the intervening confining bed.

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Leahy, P.P., 1976, Hydraulic Characteristics of the Piney Point Aquifer and Overlying Confining Bed near Dover, Delaware: Delaware Geological Survey Report of Investigation 26

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