Ground-Water Availability of the Lower Cretaceous Formations in The Hill Country of South-Central Texas – Edwards Aquifer Authority

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Ground-Water Availability of the Lower Cretaceous Formations in The Hill Country of South-Central Texas

Author: Ashworth JB
Year: 1983
Document Number: 1006
HCP EIS Reference: Ashworth, J.B. 1983. Ground-water availability of the lower Cretaceous formations in the Hill Country of south-central Texas. Texas Department of Water Resources Report 273, 65 pp.
Pages: 39
Citation Name: Ashworth 1993 (sic - paper is from 1983)
Publisher Citation: Texas Department of Water Resources Report 273, 65 pp.
Publisher Report Number: 273
Location: Texas Hill Country, Trinity Group, Glen Rose Formation, Hensell Sand, Bexar Shale, Cow Creek Limestone, Hammett Shale, Sligo Limestone, Hosston Sand Members of the Travis Peak Formation, Nueces River Basin, San Antonio River Basin, Guadalupe River Basin, Colorado River Basin, Southern edge of Edwards Plateau, Balcones Fault Zone, Bandera County, Bexar County, Blanco County, Comal County, Gillespie County, Hays County, Kendall County, Kerr County, Medina County, Real County, Uvalde County, Lower Trinity Aquifer, Middle Trinity Aquifer, Upper Trinity Aquifer, Fredericksburg Group
File: 1983_Ashworth_GroundWaterAvailability.pdf
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