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Geology and ground-water resources of the Camp Shelby area

Glen F. Brown

Geology and ground-water resources of the Camp Shelby area

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Published in University, Miss .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Camp Shelby (Miss.),
  • Mississippi,
  • Forrest County.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- Mississippi -- Forrest County.,
    • Groundwater -- Mississippi -- Forrest County.,
    • Water-supply -- Mississippi -- Forrest County.,
    • Camp Shelby (Miss.)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Glen Francis Brown ...
      ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.), United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE129 .A2 no. 58
      The Physical Object
      Pagination72 p.
      Number of Pages72
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL254171M
      LC Control Numbergs 44000043
      OCLC/WorldCa2274049

      Geology, desert: McDONALD: Military foot traffic impact on soil compaction properties: Geology, trafficability: PALKA: A military geography of the Hudson Highlands: Geography, history: PATRICK, ROTH & LEMIRE: Managing groundwater resources at Camp Shelby training site, MS (USA). Hydrogeology: ROGERS: Water and environmental security in the. map of the geology of the area; 2) to arrive at an understanding of the processes that shaped that geology; 3) to examine the relation-ship of the glacial geology to ground water conditions ; and 4) to de-termine the location and extent of gravel and other resources of the area. Methods of Study.   Free Online Library: Geology and geography.(Statistical Data Included) by "Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences"; Science and technology, general Fossil plants Identification and classification Mineral deposits Mines and mineral resources Mining Plants, Fossil Sea-floor spreading Environmental aspects Sediments (Geology) Analysis Taxonomy (Biology). The book also illustrates the amount of shared knowledge among the disciplines of geography, geology, and history ." (Thomas Nolan, The Geographical Journal, Issue , ) "Both peace-time and hot-war military activities are clearly underpinned by theoretical and applied systems theory to ascertain present and future optimum results. Price: $


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Geology and Ground-Water Resources of the Camp Shelby Area,Bulletin of the Mississippi State Geological Survey,8 figures, 9 tables, and 7 plates including 1 fold-out plate map.

Get this from a library. Geology and ground-water resources of the Camp Shelby area. [Glen F Brown; Geological Survey (U.S.); United States.

Army. Corps of Engineers.]. Geology and Ground-Water Resources of the Camp Shelby Area,Mississippi State Geological Survey, University of Mississippi, Bulletin of the Mississippi State Geological Survey,8 figures, 9 tables, and 7 plates including 1 fold-out plate. Brown, G.

Bulletin Geology and Ground-Water Resources of the Camp Shelby Area A report exclusively on the ground water and aquifers in parts of Jones, Wayne, Forrest, Perry, Green, and George counties. Author(s): Glen Francis Brown. Bulletin Geology and Ground-Water Resources of the Camp Shelby Area Category: Bulletins A report exclusively on the ground water and aquifers in parts of Jones, Wayne, Forrest, Perry, Green, and George counties.

A descriptive groundwater model was constructed for Camp Shelby and its environs to understand the relationships between surface hydrology, military training, water supply aquifers, and civilian encroachment around the by: 2.

In Geology and ground-water resources of the Camp Shelby area book, the report describes the affects of geologic structure on the ground-water flow system in the Brunswick area and the potential for leakage between aquifers throughout the coastal area.

Large undeveloped supplies water levels at Camp Shelby declined for six months and then Geology and ground-water resources of the Camp Shelby area book nearly stationary for more than a year. No outcrops of the water-bearing sand of Miocene age could be found, but Geology and ground-water resources of the Camp Shelby area book occurs from the Pleistocene gravels in nearby river paper is based on ground-water investigations made Author: Glen Francis Brown.

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