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RECORD NUMBER: 47 OF 107
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Hydrogeologic mapping needs for ground-water protection and management : workshop report, May 10-12, 1988.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Water. ;Geological Survey, Denver, CO.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency : U.S. Geological Survey,|
|Report Number||EPA 440/6-90-002|
|Subjects||Hydrogeology--Maps--Congresses. ; Groundwater--Maps--Congresses. ; Geological mapping--Congresses. ; Water, Underground--Maps|
|Additional Subjects||Ground water ; Water pollution abatement ; Mapping ; Meetings ; Aquifers ; Water quality management ; Subsurface investigations ; Hydrogeology ; Land use ; Water flow ; Aquifer characteristics ; Vulnerability ; Geographic information systems ; State government ; National government ; Private organizations ;|
|Collation||33 pages ; 28 cm|
The workshop's purpose was to better define the hydrogeologic mapping needs of States and other organizations responsible for the protection and management of ground-water resources, and to identify areas in which more consistency in map content and design would be useful. Approximately 50 participants addressed mapping objectives and priorities, and discussed mapping attributes, scale, display and dissemination. Major results included definition of the types of information that are most needed, such as aquifer-system definition, and specific map attributes that are required such as transmissivity. Other identified needs included larger scale maps, consistency in the scales used and data format, and leadership by Federal, State, and professional organizations. Advantages and disadvantages of geogrpahic information systems were identified.
"EPA/440/6-90-002"--Cover. "January 1990"--Cover. "U.S. Government Printing Office: 1990--720-227/D06406."