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|Main Title||Availability of ground water in the Bear River valley, Wyoming /|
|Author||Robinove, Charles Joseph, ; Berry, Delmar W.|
|CORP Author||Wyoming. State Engineer.; Wyoming Natural Resource Board.|
|Publisher||Geological Survey, U.S. G.P.O.|
|Subjects||Groundwater--Wyoming--Lincoln County ; Groundwater--Wyoming--Uinta County ; Water-supply--Wyoming--Lincoln County ; Water-supply--Wyoming--Uinta County ; Bear River (Utah-Idaho) ; Bear River (Utah-Idaho)--Maps ; United States--Bear River ; Geology--Wyoming--Lincoln County--Maps ; Geology--Wyoming--Uinta County--Maps ; Bear River Valley (Utah-Idaho)--Maps|
|Additional Subjects||Water, Underground--Wyoming--Lincoln County ; Water, Underground--Wyoming--Uinta County ; Water-supply--Wyoming--Lincoln County ; Water-supply--Wyoming--Uinta County ; Bear River|
|Collation||iv, 44 pages, 2 plates : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.|
"United States Department of the Interior. Stewart L. Udall, secretary. Geological Survey. Thomas B. Nolan, director."--Verso title page. Two folded leaves in pocket. Includes bibliographical references (page V44).
Map of the Bear River Valley, Wyoming, showing the geology, depth to water, depth of well and location of wells and springs for which records are given -- Hydrograph of Bear River north of Evanston, Wyoming (16-121-13ba), from October 1, 1955, to September 30, 1956, diagrams show chemical composition of water in relation to discharge, (streamflows below 20 CFS are relative and not to log scale).