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Main Title Hydrogeologic atlas. Westminster quadrangle, Carroll County, Maryland /
Author Otton, E. G.
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Otton, E. G.
Quadrangle atlas (Maryland Geological Survey)
no. 9.
CORP Author Maryland Geological Survey.
Publisher Maryland Geological Survey,
Year Published 1979
OCLC Number 21904596
Subjects Hydrogeology--Maryland--Westminster Region--Maps ; Slopes (Physical geography)--Maryland--Westminster Region--Maps ; Groundwater--Maryland--Westminster Region--Maps ; Soil permeability--Maryland--Westminster Region--Maps ; Wells--Maryland--Westminster Region--Maps
Additional Subjects Water, Underground--Maryland--Carroll County--Maps ; Slopes (Physical geography)--Maryland--Carroll County--Maps ; Westminster quadrangle (Md)--Maps ; Carroll County (Md)--Maps
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EJAM  GB1025.M3 O873 no.9 c.1 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 08/31/2022
EJAM  GB1025.M3 O873 no.9 c.2 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 08/31/2022
EJAM  GB1025.M3O873 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 01/01/1988
EMBD  MDGS ATLAS NO. 9 NRMRL/GWERD Library/Ada,OK 05/17/2002
Collation maps : color ; 58 x 45 cm, on sheets 69 x 84 cm or smaller.
Relief shown by spot heights. Relief also shown by contours on some maps. In lower margin of map 1: Prepared by Photo Science, Inc., Gaithersburg, Maryland, utilizing contour negatives furnished by United States Geological Survey. UTM grid. Coverage complete in 5 maps. Includes text by Edmond G. Otton and others, notes, and small location map. Some maps also include statistical table, graphs, and large location map. Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Notes
Introduction and Map 1. Slope of land surface / prepared by Photo Science, Inc., Gaithersburg -- Map 2. Depth to the water table / by Edmond G. Otton -- Map 3. Availability of ground water / by Edmond G. Otton -- Map 4. Constraints on installation of septic systems / by Edmond G. Otton -- Map 5. Location of wells, springs, and test holes, by John T. Hilleary and Edmond G. Otton.