7 county geologic atlases released The County Geologic Atlas program has released seven new atlases: four for geology and three for hydrogeology.
The atlases illustrate the geologic and hydrogeologic setting and pollution sensitivity of the aquifers in the counties mapped. This information can be used to make land use decisions that take aquifer oakley sunglasses number sensitivity, water quality, and sustainability into oakley glasses online account. The atlases are created in two parts. The Minnesota Geological Survey first produces Part A covering the geology of a county. After its completion, the Department of Natural Resources builds on this information to produce Part B, the hydrogeology (groundwater). The program has completed atlases for about half of the counties in the state for Part A and a third for Part B. Part A is a study of a county geology, and its mineral and groundwater resources. The Minnesota Geological Survey has published Part A geology atlases for the following counties: Part B Hydrogeology: Anoka, Nicollet, and Sibley counties Part B includes information on groundwater conditions and pollution deals on oakleys sensitivity. The DNR has published the Part B hydrogeology atlases for the following counties. Anoka County Counties participate in the project by requesting an atlas be completed for their county and contribute typically by establishing accurate locations for wells with construction records.
Homeowners contribute by allowing their wells oakley custom to be sampled for gathering data about the aquifers in the area. The resulting information contains maps, database files, and reports and is available in print, PDF and GIS formats. This project is funded by the Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund as recommended by the Legislative Citizen Commission on Minnesota Resources and the Clean Water Fund.
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