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North Carolina Publications

Geophysical Logging Data from the Mills Gap Road area near Asheville, North Carolina
By Melinda J. Chapman and Brad A. Huffman
Data Series 538
Fluctuations in Groundwater Levels Related to Regional and Local Withdrawals in the Fractured-Bedrock Groundwater System in Northern Wake County, North Carolina, March 2008–February 2009
By Melinda J. Chapman, Naser Almanaseer, Bryce McClenney, and Natalie Hinton
Scientific Investigations Report 2010–5219
PP 1773
Groundwater Availability in the Atlantic Coastal Plain of North and South Carolina
By Bruce G. Campbell and Alissa L. Coes
Professional Paper 1773

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