USGS - science for a changing world

North Carolina Water Science Center

Home Data Projects Publications Drought Floods Media About Us Contact
Montage of report covers

PUBLICATIONS

Annual Water Data Report

USGS Publications Warehouse

ABOUT THE NC WATER SCIENCE CENTER

USGS IN YOUR STATE

USGS Water Science Centers are located in each state.

There is a USGS Water Science Center office in each State. Washington Oregon California Idaho Nevada Montana Wyoming Utah Colorado Arizona New Mexico North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma Texas Minnesota Iowa Missouri Arkansas Louisiana Wisconsin Illinois Mississippi Michigan Indiana Ohio Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Pennsylvania West Virginia Georgia Florida Caribbean Alaska Hawaii New York Vermont New Hampshire Maine Massachusetts South Carolina North Carolina Rhode Island Virginia Connecticut New Jersey Maryland-Delaware-D.C.

USGS North Carolina Water Science Center Publications
Ground Water

2014
Simulation of Groundwater Flow and Saltwater Movement in the Onslow County Area, North Carolina: Predevelopment–2010
By Jason M. Fine and Eve L. Kuniansky
Scientific Investigations Report 2013–5236
2013
Hydrogeology, Groundwater Seepage, Nitrate Distribution, and Flux at the Raleigh Hydrogeologic Research Station, Wake County, North Carolina, 2005-2007
By Kristen Bukowski McSwain, Richard E. Bolich, and Melinda J. Chapman
Scientific Investigations Report 2013–5041
Naturally Occurring Contaminants in the Piedmont and Blue Ridge Crystalline-Rock Aquifers and Piedmont Early Mesozoic Basin Siliciclastic-Rock Aquifers, Eastern United States, 1994-2008
By Melinda J. Chapman, Charles A. Cravotta III, Zoltan Szabo, and Bruce D. Lindsey
Scientific Investigations Report 2013–5072
Geophysical Logging and Geologic Mapping Data in the Vicinity of the GMH Electronics Superfund Site near Roxboro, North Carolina
By Melinda J. Chapman, Timothy W. Clark, and John H. Williams
Data Series 762
2011
Distribution of Transmissivity and Yield of the Surficial, Castle Hayne, and Peedee Aquifers in Northern New Hanover County, North Carolina
By Kristen Bukowski McSwain and Laura A. Nagy
Open-File Report 2011–1205
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
2010
Summary and Statistical Analysis of Precipitation and Groundwater Data for Brunswick County, North Carolina, Water Year 2008
By Kristen Bukowski McSwain and A.G. Strickland
Open-File Report 2010–1154
Groundwater Availability in the Atlantic Coastal Plain of North and South Carolina
By Bruce G. Campbell and Alissa L. Coes
Professional Paper 1773
Compilation of Water-Resources Data and Hydrogeologic Setting for the Allison Woods Research Station in Iredell County, North Carolina, 2005–2008
By Brad A. Huffman and Joju Abraham
Open-File Report 2010–1015
Groundwater Level and Specific Conductance Monitoring at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, Onslow County, North Carolina, 2007–2008
By Kristen Bukowski McSwain
Open-File Report 2010-1103
2009
Characterization of Groundwater Quality Based on Regional Geologic Setting in the Piedmont and Blue Ridge Physiographic Provinces, North Carolina
By Stephen L. Harden, Melinda J. Chapman, and Douglas A. Harned
Scientific Investigations Report 2009-5149
Reconnaissance of Organic Wastewater Compounds at a Concentrated Swine Feeding Operation in the North Carolina Coastal Plain, 2008
By Stephen L. Harden
Open-File Report 2009–1128
Water-resources data and hydrogeologic setting at the Raleigh hydrogeologic research station, Wake County, North Carolina, 2005-2007
By Kristen Bukowski McSwain, Richard E. Bolich, Melinda J. Chapman, and Brad A. Huffman
Open-File Report 2008-1377
2008
Hydrogeologic framework of Onslow County, North Carolina, 2008
By Jason M. Fine
Scientific Investigations Map 3055
Factors affecting nitrate delivery to streams from shallow ground water in the North Carolina Coastal Plain
By S.L. Harden and T.B. Spruill
Scientific Investigations Report 2008-5021
Inventory of well yields in Avery and Watauga Counties, North Carolina
By B.A. Huffman, M.J. Chapman, K.C. Tighe, and Silvia Terziotti
Abstract with map · Open-File Report 2008-1104
Summary of ground-water data for Brunswick County, North Carolina, water year 2007
By Kristen Bukowski McSwain
Open-File Report 2008-1307
Summary of ground-water data for Brunswick County, North Carolina, water year 2006
By Kristen Bukowski McSwain
Open-File Report 2008-1247
Effects of the current drought on streamflow and ground-water conditions in North Carolina
By K.B. McSwain and J.C. Weaver
Abstract Only
Hydrogeologic setting, ground-water flow, and ground-water quality at the Langtree Peninsula research station, Iredell County, North Carolina, 2000-2005
By Charles G. Pippin, Melinda J. Chapman, Brad A. Huffman, Matthew J. Heller, and Melissa E. Schelgel
Scientific Investigations Report 2008-5055
Estimation of groundwater and nutrient fluxes in the Neuse River estuary
By T.B. Spruill and J.F. Bratton
Abstract with Article
2007
Hydraulic gradients in recharge and discharge areas and apparent ground-water age dates from the characterization of multiple regolith-fractured bedrock ground-water research stations in North Carolina
By Melinda J. Chapman, Melissa Schlegel, Brad A. Huffman, and Kristen B. McSwain
Georgia Water Resources Conference
Effects of canals and roads on hydrologic conditions and health of Atlantic white cedar at the Emily and Richardson Preyer Buckridge Coastal Reserve, North Carolina, 2003–2006
By G.M. Ferrell, A.G. Strickland, and T.B. Spruill
Scientific Investigations Report 2007–5163
2006
Continuous Resistivity Profiling data from the Upper Neuse River Estuary, North Carolina, 2004-2005
By V.A. Cross, J.F. Bratton, Emile Bergeron, J.K. Meunier, Jonn Crusius, and Dirk Koopmans
Open-File Report 2005-1306
North Carolina water resources data report, Water year 2005
By J.M. Fine, B.A. Huffman, and P.L. Breton
Water-Data Report NC–05–2
Selected well data used in determining ground-water availability in the North and South Carolina Atlantic Coastal Plain Aquifer Systems
By Larry G. Harrelson and Jason M. Fine
Open-File Report 2006-1298
Factors affecting occurrence and distribution of selected contaminants in ground water from selected areas in the Piedmont Aquifer system, Eastern United States, 1993-2003
By Bruce D. Lindsey, William F. Falls, Matthew J. Ferrari, Tammy M. Zimmerman, Douglas A. Harned, Eric M. Sadorf, and Melinda J. Chapman
Scientific Investigations Report 2006-5104
2005
Hydrogeologic setting, ground-water flow, and ground-water quality at the Lake Wheeler Road research station, 2001–03, North Carolina Piedmont and Mountains Resource Evaluation Program
By Melinda J. Chapman, Richard E. Bolich, and Brad A. Huffman
Scientific Investigations Report 2005–5166
Water resources data, North Carolina, Water year 2004
By S.S. Howe, P.L. Breton, and M.J. Chapman
Water-Data Report NC–04–2
Hydraulic properties of the surficial aquifer at five selected sites in the Little Contentnea Creek basin, North Carolina, 2002–03
By Douglas G. Smith and Melinda J. Chapman
Scientific Investigations Report 2005–5238
Geochemistry and characteristics of nitrogen transport at a confined animal feeding operation in a Coastal Plain agricultural watershed, and implications for nutrient loading in the Neuse River Basin, North Carolina, 1999-2002
By T.B. Spruill, A.J. Tesoriero, H.E. Mew, Jr., K.M. Farrell, S.L. Harden, A.B. Colosimo, and S.R. Kraemer
Scientific Investigations Report 2004-5283
Nitrogen transport and transformation in a coastal plain watershed: Influence of geomorphology on flow paths and residence times
By A.J. Tesoriero, T.B. Spruill, H.E. Mew, Jr., K.M. Farrell, and S.L. Harden
Abstract with Article
Water Resources Data, North Carolina, Water year 2004
By D.A. Walters, J.B. Robinson, and R.G. Barker
Water-Data Report NC–04–1
The drought of 1998-2002 in North Carolina—Precipitation and hydrologic conditions
By J. Curtis Weaver
Scientific Investigations Report 2005-5053
Influence of geologic setting on ground-water availability in the Lawrenceville area, Gwinnett County, Georgia
By Lester J. Williams, Randy L. Kath, Thomas J. Crawford, and Melinda J. Chapman
Scientific Investigations Report 2005–5136
2004
Direction of ground-water flow in the surficial aquifer in the vicinity of Impact Areas G-10 and K-2, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, 2004
By Stephen L. Harden, Stephen S. Howe, and Silvia Terziotti
Scientific Investigations Report 2004–5270
Surface- and ground-water monitoring and mapping of selected features at the Mt. Pisgah Campground, Haywood County, North Carolina, 2002
By Douglas G. Smith
Open-File Report 2004-1073
Effectiveness of riparian buffers in controlling ground-water discharge of nitrate to streams in selected hydrogeologic settings of the North Carolina Coastal Plain
By T.B. Spruill
Abstract with Article
Geochemistry of shallow ground water in coastal plain environments in the southeastern United State—Implications for aquifer susceptibility
By A.J. Tesoriero, T.B. Spruill, and J.L. Eimers
Abstract with Article
Data from stratigraphic test holes drilled at the U.S. Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina, 1994-2001, and periodic water levels, 2000-2003
By Beth M. Wrege and Philip S. Jen
Open-File Report 2004-1434
2003
Hydrogeology and ground-water quality of Brunswick County, North Carolina
By Stephen L. Harden, Jason M. Fine, and Timothy B. Spruill
Water-Resources Investigations Report 03-4051
Paleochannel delineation for water-supply management at U.S. Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina—A geographic information system application
By B.M. Wrege
Abstract Only
2002
Using a geodatabase as a tool in stormwater management [abs]
By K.M. Cassingham
Abstract Only
Preliminary hydrogeologic assessment and study plan for a regional ground-water resource investigation of the Blue Ridge and Piedmont Provinces of North Carolina
By Charles C. Daniel, III, and Paul R. Dahlen
Water-Resources Investigations 02-4105
Application of classification-tree methods to identify nitrate sources in ground water
By T.B. Spruill, W.J. Showers, and S.S. Howe
Abstract with Article
2001
USGS Water Programs in North Carolina–2001
By J.D. Bales
Fact Sheet FS-046-01
Conceptualization and characterization of fractured-bedrock ground-water systems--Current research [abs]
By M.J. Chapman
Abstract Only
Investigation of Ground-Water Availability and Quality in Orange County, North Carolina
By William L. Cunningham and Charles C. Daniel, III
Water-Resources Investigations 00-4286
Estimating ground-water recharge in the North Carolina Piedmont for land use planning [abs]
By C.C. Daniel, III
Abstract Only
Estimated depth to ground water in North Carolina [abs]
By J.L. Eimers, M.J. Giorgino, and Silvia Terziotti
Abstract Only
Vertical series hydraulic conductance classes to characterize the unsaturated zone in North Carolina
By J.L. Eimers, Silvia Terziotti, and Gloria Ferrell
Open-File Report 01-486
Estimated depth to water, North Carolina
By J.L. Eimers, Silvia Terziotti, and Mary Giorgino
Open-File Report 01-487
Compilation of water-resources data and hydrogeologic setting for Brunswick County, North Carolina, 1933-2000
By Jason M. Fine and William L. Cunningham
Open-File Report 01-240
Characterization of Piedmont and Blue Ridge fractured bedrock ground-water systems in North Carolina - a federal and state cooperative study [poster]
By M.L. Strobel, C.C. Daniel, III, M.J. Chapman, and B.M. Wrege
Abstract with Poster
Ground-water contribution classes to characterize watersheds in North Carolina
By Silvia Terziotti and J.L. Eimers
Open-File Report 01-488
Unsaturated zone characteristics rating for North Carolina
By Silvia Terziotti and J.L. Eimers
Open-File Report 01-489
Applications of LIDAR data in the McPherson watershed, Fort Bragg, North Carolina [poster]
By B.M. Wrege and Michelle Cienek
Abstract with Poster
Watershed delineation at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, using LIDAR data [poster]
By B.M. Wrege and Michelle Cienek
Abstract with Poster
Use of cores, borehole geophysical logs, and high-resolution seismic-reflection data to delineate paleochannels underlying the U.S. Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina [poster]
By B.M. Wrege and C.C. Daniel, III
Abstract with Poster
2000
Ground-water quality in Orange County, North Carolina [abs]
By W.L. Cunningham and J.M. Fine
Abstract Only
Ground-water contribution to the vulnerability to contamination of public surface-water supplies in North Carolina
By J.L. Eimers, Elizabeth Morey, S.E. Terziotti, and J.C. Weaver
Abstract Only
Rating unsaturated zone and watershed characteristics of public water supplies in North Carolina
By J.L. Eimers, Elizabeth Morey, Silvia Terziotti, and J.C. Weaver
Abstract Only
Statistical evaluation of effects of riparian buffers on nitrate and ground-water quality
By T.B. Spruill
Abstract with Article
Effectiveness of riparian buffers in reducing nitrate-nitrogen concentrations in ground water
By T.B. Spruill and D.R. Galeone
Abstract with Article
Water-level conditions in the Black Creek aquifer, 1992-98, in parts of Bladen, Hoke, Robeson, and Scotland Counties, North Carolina
By A.G. Strickland
Water-Resources Investigations Report 00-4138
1999
Application of continuous seismic-reflection techniques to delineate paleochannels beneath the Neuse River at U.S. Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina
By A.P. Cardinell
Water-Resources Investigations Report 99-4099
Ground-water recharge rates-- A land-use planning tool for the Piedmont [abs]
By D.A. Harned and C.C. Daniel, Jr.
Abstract Only
Susceptibility of ground water to surface and shallow sources of contamination, Orange County, North Carolina
By Silvia Terziotti and J.L. Eimers
Open-File Report 99-197
1998
Ground-water recharge to and storage in the regolith-fractured crystalline rock aquifer system, Guilford County, North Carolina
By C.C. Daniel, III and D.A. Harned
Water-Resources Investigations Report 97-4140
1997
Review of selected features of the Natural System Model, and suggestions for applications in South Florida
By J.D. Bales, J.M. Fulford, and Eric Swain
Water-Resources Investigations Report 97-4039
Hydrogeology and simulation of ground-water flow in the thick regolith-fractured crystalline rock aquifer system of Indian Creek Basin, North Carolina
By C.C. Daniel, III, D.G. Smith, and J.L. Eimers
Water-Supply Paper 2341–C
Relating minimum soil infiltration rate to nitrate-nitrogen concentrations in shallow ground water in the Coastal Plain of the Albemarle-Pamlico Drainage Basin, North Carolina and Virginia
By J.L. Eimers and T.B. Spruill
Abstract Only
Simulation of ground-water flow in the Coastal Plain aquifer system of North Carolina
By G.L. Giese, J.L. Eimers, and R.W. Coble
Professional Paper 1404–M
Results of the application of seismic-reflection and electromagnetic techniques for near-surface hydrogeologic and environmental investigations at Fort Bragg, North Carolina
By M.T. Meyer and J.M. Fine
Water-Resources Investigations Report 97-4042
Geologic sources of phosphorus in the Neuse River and implications for management
By T.B. Spruill
Abstract Only
Radon in ground water in Guilford County, North Carolina
By T.B. Spruill, J.B. Williams, D.R. Galeone, and D.A. Harned
Fact Sheet FS-147-97
1996
Results of the Albemarle-Pamlico Drainage NAWQA—Nutrients and pesticides in surface water and ground water
By T.B. Spruill, M.D. Woodside, D.A. Harned, Gerard McMahon, and J.L. Eimers
Abstract with Article
Review and evaluation of a model for simulating the natural hydrology of South Florida
By J.D. Bales, J.M. Fulford, and E. Swain
Fact Sheet FS-180-96
Ground-water recharge to the regolith-fractured crystalline rock aquifer system, Orange County, North Carolina
By C.C. Daniel, III
Water-Resources Investigations Report 96–4220
Distribution of petroleum hydrocarbons and toluene biodegradation, Knox Street fire pits, Fort Bragg, North Carolina
By S.L. Harden and J.E. Landmeyer
Water-Resources Investigations Report 96-4066
Nitrate-nitrogen concentrations in shallow ground water of the Coastal Plain of the Albemarle-Pamlico Drainage Study Unit, North Carolina and Virginia
By T.B. Spruill, J.L. Eimers, and A.E. Morey
Fact Sheet FS-241-96
Hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina Coastal Plain
By M.D. Winner, Jr. and R.W. Coble
Professional Paper 1404–I
1994
Development of a digital model of ground-water flow in deeply weathered crystalline rock, Indian Creek area, North Carolina [abs]
By C.C. Daniel, III and J.L. Eimers
Hydrogeology and simulation of ground-water flow at U.S. Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina, 1987-90
By J.L. Eimers, C.C. Daniel, III, and R.W. Coble
Water-Resources Investigations Report 94-4186
Preliminary results from ground-water studies in an agricultural watershed of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina
By T.B. Spruill
Abstract Only
Water-level conditions in the Black Creek and upper Cape Fear aquifers, 1992, in parts of Bladen and Robeson Counties, North Carolina
By A.G. Strickland
Abstract Only
1992
Statistical characterization of ground-water quality in the Piedmont of North Carolina, and some ground-water quality differences related to land use [abs]
By D.A. Harned
Abstract Only
The transition zone between bedrock and regolith: Conduit for contamination?
By D.A. Harned and C.C. Daniel, III
Abstract with Article
Ground-water level data for North Carolina, 1988-90
By A.G. Strickland and others
Abstract Only
Hydrogeologic framework of the northern Atlantic Coastal Plain in parts of North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, and New York
By Henry Trapp, Jr.
1991
Simulation of ground-water flow in the Coastal Plain aquifer system of North Carolina
By G.L. Giese, J.L. Eimers, and R.W. Coble
Abstract Only
An overview of the Appalachian Valleys-Piedmont Regional Aquifer- System Analysis
By L.A. Swain, E.F. Hollyday, C.C. Daniel, III, and T.O. Mesko
1990
Continuous seismic reflection profiling of hydrogeologic features beneath New River, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
By A.P. Cardinell, D.A. Harned, and S.A. Berg
Abstract Only
Evaluation of site-selection criteria, well design, monitoring techniques, and cost analysis for a ground-water supply in Piedmont crystalline rocks, North Carolina
By C.C. Daniel, III, D.G. Smith, and J.L. Eimers
Abstract Only
Hydrogeologic unit map of the Piedmont and Blue Ridge Provinces of North Carolina
By C.C. Daniel, III and R.A. Payne
Abstract Only
Simulation of ground-water flow in aquifers in Cretaceous rocks in the central Coastal Plain, North Carolina
By J.L. Eimers, W.L. Lyke, and A.R. Brockman
Abstract Only
Conceptualization and analysis of ground-water flow system in the Coastal Plain of Virginia and adjacent parts of Maryland and North Carolina
By J.F. Harsh and R.J. Laczniak
Abstract Only
Ground-water study of the central Coastal Plain, North Carolina
By W.L. Lyke
Ground-water pumpage and water-level declines in the Peedee and Black Creek aquifers in Onslow and Jones Counties, North Carolina, 1900-86
By W.L. Lyke and A.R. Brockman
Abstract Only
Hydrogeology of aquifers in Cretaceous and younger rocks in the vicinity of Onslow and southern Jones Counties, North Carolina
By W.L. Lyke and M.D. Winner, Jr.
Abstract Only
Hydrogeologic and water-quality data from well clusters near the wastewater-treatment plant, U.S. Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina
By L.C. Murray, Jr., and C.C. Daniel, III
Abstract Only
Hydrogeologic, water-level, and water-quality data from monitoring wells at the U.S. Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina
By L.C. Murray, Jr., and K.M. Keoughan
Abstract Only
1989
Potentiometric surface of the Peedee aquifer in the central Coastal Plain of North Carolina
By A.R. Brockman, W.L. Lyke, and M.D. Winner, Jr.
Abstract Only
Ground-water level data for North Carolina--1987
By R.W. Coble and A.G. Strickland
Abstract Only
Statistical analysis relating well yield to construction practices and siting of wells in the Piedmont and Blue Ridge provinces of North Carolina
By C.C. Daniel, III, D.G. Smith, and J.L. Eimers
Abstract Only
The hydrogeologic framework and a reconnaissance of ground-water quality in the Piedmont Province of North Carolina, with a design for future study
By D.A. Harned
Abstract Only
Assessment of hydrologic and hydrogeologic data at Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base, North Carolina
By D.A. Harned, O.B. Lloyd, Jr., and M.W. Treece, Jr.
Abstract Only
The effects of land-management practices on surface- and ground-water quality in rural northeastern Guilford County, North Carolina
By C.L. Hill
Ground-water declines and management efforts in North Carolina's central Coastal Plain [abs]
By W.L. Lyke, W.L.
Potentiometric surface of the Black Creek aquifer in the central Coastal Plain of North Carolina
By W.L. Lyke, M.D. Winner, Jr., and A.R. Brockman
Abstract Only
Identification of regional hydrogeologic units in unconsolidated Coastal Plain sediments [abs]
By W.L. Lyke, and M.D. Winner
The occurrence and geochemistry of salty ground water in the northern Atlantic Coastal Plain, in Regional Aquifer-system Analysis—Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain
By Harold Meisler
Potentiometric surface of the lower Cape Fear aquifer in the central Coastal Plain of North Carolina
By M.D. Winner, Jr., W.L. Lyke, and A.R. Brockman
Abstract Only
Potentiometric surface of the upper Cape Fear aquifer in the central Coastal Plain of North Carolina
By M.D. Winner, Jr., W.L. Lyke, and A.R. Brockman
Abstract Only
Hydrogeologic framework of the North Carolina Coastal Plain aquifer system
By M.D. Winner, Jr. and R.W. Coble
Abstract Only
Aquifers in Cretaceous rocks of the central Coastal Plain of North Carolina
By M.D. Winner, Jr. and W.L. Lyke
Abstract Only
1988
U.S. Geological Survey ground-water studies in North Carolina
By R.W. Coble
Surface- and ground-water quality data at selected landfill sites in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina
By W.H. Eddins, and A.P. Cardinell
Abstract Only
Using RASA—Ground-water modeling in the North Carolina central Coastal Plain
By J.L. Eimers
North Carolina ground-water quality
By G.L. Giese, R.R. Mason, Jr., A.G. Strickland, and M.C. Bailey
A preliminary hydrogeologic assessment of the Camp Lejeune area, North Carolina
By D.A. Harned, and O.B. Lloyd, Jr.
Abstract Only
Hydrogeologic setting, water levels, and quality of water from supply wells at the U.S. Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina
By O.B. Lloyd, Jr., and C.C. Daniel, III
Abstract Only
Hydrogeology and effects of ground-water withdrawals in the Castle Hayne aquifer in coastal North Carolina
By W.L. Lyke and M.W. Treece, Jr.
Abstract Only
Ground-water and surface-water conditions in the Chicod Creek Basin, North Carolina, before, during, and after channel modifications
By R.R. Mason, Jr.
Abstract Only
1987
Application of regional aquifer-system analysis study results to ground-water management in North Carolina
By R.W. Coble, G.L. Giese, and M.D. Winner, Jr.
Ground-water quality in the Piedmont and its affect on the Neuse River
By D.A. Harned
Abstract Only
Ground-water component of Piedmont streams—Implications for ground-water supply systems and land-use planning [abs]
By D.A. Harned, and C.C. Daniel, III
Abstract Only
Regional study of the Castle Hayne aquifer of eastern North Carolina
By W.L. Lyke, and R.W. Coble
Abstract Only
1985
North Carolina ground-water resources
By R.W. Coble, G.L. Giese, and J.L. Eimers
Summary of northern Atlantic Coastal Plain hydrology and its relation to disposal of high-level radioactive waste in buried crystalline rock--A preliminary appraisal
By O.B. Lloyd, Jr., J.D. Larson, and R.W. Davis
Abstract Only
1984
Ground-water quality data from the southeastern Coastal Plain, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina
By R.W. Lee
1983
Ground-water supply potential and procedures for well-site selection in the upper Cape Fear River Basin
By C.C. Daniel, III, and N.B. Sharpless
Abstract Only
1982
The effects of channel excavation on water-quality characteristics of the Black River and on ground-water levels near Dunn, North Carolina
By C.E. Simmons and S.A. Watkins
Abstract Only
1981
Preliminary delineation of salty ground water in the northern Atlantic Coastal Plain
By Harold Meisler
Abstract Only
An observation-well network concept as applied to North Carolina
By M.D. Winner, Jr.
Abstract Only
Proposed observation-well networks and ground-water level program for North Carolina
By M.D. Winner, Jr.
Abstract Only
1980
Basic elements of ground-water hydrology with reference to conditions in North Carolina
By R.C. Heath
Abstract Only
Efficient groundwater utilization
By R.C. Heath
Abstract Only
What about ground water in western North Carolina--Are large supplies feasible?
By R.C. Heath and G.L. Giese
Plan of study for the northern Atlantic Coastal Plain regional aquifer system analysis
By Harold Meisler
Abstract Only
Quality of water in the Black River near Dunn, North Carolina, and ground-water levels adjacent to the river prior to channel excavation in 1976-79
By C.E. Simmons
Abstract Only
1979
Summary appraisals of the Nation's ground-water resources—South Atlantic-Gulf region
By D.J. Cederstrom, E.H. Boswell, and G.R. Tarver
Abstract Only
Better utilization of ground water in the Piedmont and mountain region of the Southeast
By R.C. Heath
Evaluation techniques of fractured-rock hydrology
By H.E. LeGrand
1978
Ground-water resources of the Cape Lookout National Seashore, North Carolina
By M.D. Winner, Jr.
Abstract Only
1977
Geochemical and hydrologic data for wells and springs in thermal-spring areas of the Appalachians
By W.A. Hobba, Jr. and others
Ground-water levels in the United States, 1974, southeastern states
By U.S. Geological Survey
Ground-water resources along the Blue Ridge Parkway, North Carolina
By M.D. Winner, Jr.
Abstract Only
Hydrology of the Creeping Swamp watershed, North Carolina, with reference to potential effects of stream channelization
By M.D. Winner, Jr. and C.E. Simmons
Abstract Only
1976
Geologic evaluation of waste-storage potential in selected segments of the Mesozoic aquifer system below the zone of fresh water, Atlantic Coastal Plain, North Carolina through New Jersey
By P.M. Brown, and M.S. Reid
Abstract Only
Physical, chemical, and biological aspects of subsurface organic waste injection near Wilmington, North Carolina
By J.A. Leenheer, R.L. Malcolm, and W.R. White
Abstract Only
Hydrogeology
By H.M. Peek and R.C. Heath
Ground-water resources of Wilson County, North Carolina
By M.D. Winner, Jr.
Abstract Only
1975
Ground-water supplies of the coastal region, in Proceedings of the Southeastern Conference, Water Supply and Wastewater in Coastal Areas
By H.E. LeGrand
Ground-water levels in the United States, 1969-73, southeastern states
By U.S. Geological Survey
Ground-water resources of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore, North Carolina
By M.D. Winner, Jr.
1974
An appraisal of the groundwater resources of the upper Cape Fear River Basin, North Carolina
By E.O. Floyd and R.R. Peace R.R.
1973
Feasibility study of liquid-waste injection into aquifers containing salt water, Wilmington, North Carolina
By H.M. Peek and R.C. Heath
1972
Structural and stratigraphic framework and spatial distribution of permeability of the Atlantic Coastal Plain, North Carolina to New York
By P.M. Brown, J.A. Miller, and F.M. Swain
Abstract Only
Characteristics of estuarine sediments of the United States
By D.W. Folger
1971
Development and distribution of permeability in carbonate aquifers
By H.E. LeGrand and V.T. Stringfield
Tertiary limestone aquifer system in the southeastern States
By H.E. LeGrand and V.T. Stringfield
Geology and ground-water resources of northwestern North Carolina
By R.R. Peace, Jr. and D.R. Link
Ground-water levels in the United States, 1964-68, southeastern states
By U.S. Geological Survey
1970
Geology and ground-water resources of New Hanover County, North Carolina
By G.L. Bain
Well records and other basic ground-water data Craven County, North Carolina
By E.O. Floyd and A.T. Long
Ground-water levels in North Carolina in 1963–64
By J.K. Hunsucker, and J.E. Shoffner, Jr.
Water resources of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee and North Carolina
By W.M. McMaster and E.F. Hubbard
Geology and ground-water resources of Pitt County, North Carolina
By C.T. Sumsion
Geology and ground-water resources of the Asheville area, North Carolina
By Henry Trapp, Jr.
1969
Ground-water resources of Craven County, North Carolina
By E.O. Floyd, E.O.
Potential of the ground environment for water supply and pollution abatement, with special reference to the South Atlantic States
By H.E. LeGrand
1968
Geology and ground-water resources of the Murphy area, North Carolina
By C.L. Dodson and R.L. Laney
Ground-water resources of Chowan County, North Carolina
By O.B. Lloyd, Jr.
Ground-water resources of Chowan County, North Carolina
By O.B. Lloyd, Jr.
Ground-water supply of Cape Hatteras National Seashore recreational area, North Carolina, Part 6
By O.B. Lloyd, Jr. and R.B. Dean
Ground-water resources of the Belhaven area, North Carolina
By O.B. Lloyd, Jr., and E.O. Floyd
Ground-water supply of Cape Hatteras National Seashore recreational area, North Carolina, Part 4
By O.B. Lloyd, Jr. and H.B. Wilder
Composition of deeper subsurface water along the Atlantic continental margin
By F.T. Manheim and M.K. Horn
Geology and ground-water resources in the Raleigh area, North Carolina
By V.J. May and J.D. Thomas
Summary of the geology and ground-water resources of Pitt County, North Carolina
By C.T. Sumsion
Ground-water resources of the Appalachian region
By G.G. Wyrick, G.G.
Ground-water supply of Cape Hatteras National Seashore recreational area, North Carolina, Part 5
By G.G. Wyrick and R.B. Dean
1967
Effect of urban development on quality of ground water, Raleigh, North Carolina
By J.C. Chemerys, J.C.
Ground water of the Piedmont and Blue Ridge Provinces in the southeastern States
By H.E. LeGrand
Role of ground water contamination in water management
By H.E. LeGrand
Geology and ground-water resources of the Morganton area, North Carolina
By C.T. Sumsion, and R.L. Laney
Water-bearing characteristics and occurrence of aquifers in Martin County, North Carolina
By G.G. Wyrick
1966
Geology and ground water in the Durham area, North Carolina
By G.L. Bain and J.D. Thomas
Geology and ground-water resources of the Hertford-Elizabeth City area, North Carolina
By W.H. Harris and H.B. Wilder
Development of permeability and storage in the Tertiary limestones of the southeastern States, U.S.A.
By H.E. LeGrand and V.T. Stringfield
Reconnaissance of the ground-water resources in the Waynesville area, North Carolina
By O.T. Marsh and R.L. Laney
Hydrology of limestone terranes in the Coastal Plain of the southeastern United States
By V.T. Stringfield and H.E. LeGrand
Ground-water resources of Martin County, North Carolina
By G.G. Wyrick
1965
Reconnaissance of the ground-water resources of the Southport-Elizabethtown area, North Carolina
By R.R. Blankenship
Preliminary map of the conterminous United States showing depth to and quality of shallowest ground water containing more than 1,000 parts per million dissolved solids
By J.H. Feth and others
Geology and ground-water resources of the Monroe area, North Carolina
By E.O. Floyd
North Carolina
By J.K. Hunsucker
A comparison of the chemical composition of rainwater and ground water in western North Carolina
By R.L. Laney
Water resources of the Appalachian region, Pennsylvania to Alabama
By W.J. Schneider and others
Relations of fresh and salty ground water along the southeastern U.S. Atlantic coast
By R.L. Wait and J.T. Callahan
1964
Relations of fresh and salty ground water along the southeastern U.S. Atlantic coast
By J.T. Callahan and R.L. Wait
The Pungo River Formation, a new name for middle Miocene phosphorites in Beaufort County, North Carolina
By J.O. Kimrey
Hydrogeologic framework of the Gulf and Atlantic Coastal Plain
By H.E. LeGrand, H.E.
Generalized map showing annual runoff and productive aquifers in the conterminous United States
By C.L. McGuinness, comp.
Geology and ground-water resources of the Swanquarter area, North Carolina
By P.F. Nelson
1963
Stratification of fresh and salt water on barrier islands as a result of changes in sediment permeability
By W.H. Harris and H.B. Wilder
1962
Fluoride content of ground water in the conterminous United States
By Michael Fleischer
North Carolina
By E.O. Floyd
Delineation of phosphorite deposits with gamma-ray logs in Beaufort County, North Carolina
By J.O. Kimrey
A perspective on problems of hydrogeology
By H.E. LeGrand
Geology and ground-water hydrology of the Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain as related to disposal of radioactive wastes
By H.E. LeGrand
1961
Ground-water supply for the Dare Beaches Sanitary District
By J.O. Kimrey
Geology and ground-water resources of the Fayetteville area
By R.G. Schipf
Microtime measurements in aquifer tests on open-hole artesian wells
By G.G. Wyrick and E.O. Floyd
1960
Ground-water supply of Cape Hatteras National Seashore recreational area
By P.M. Brown
Occurrence of lithium, boron, bromine, fluorine, and iodine in natural ground waters of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina [abs]
By P.M. Brown
Ground-water supply of Cape Hatteras National Seashore recreational area, Part 2
By J.O. Kimrey
Geology and ground-water resources of Wilmington-New Bern area
By H.E. LeGrand
Geology and ground water in the Goldsboro area, North Carolina
By R.D. Pusey
1959
Geology and ground-water resources in the Greenville area, North Carolina
By P.M. Brown
1958
The relation of phosphorites to ground water in Beaufort County, North Carolina
By P.M. Brown
Well logs from the Coastal Plain of North Carolina
By P.M. Brown
Chemical character of water in the igneous and metamorphic rocks of North Carolina
By H.E. LeGrand
1957
Geologic and hydrologic history of the Tertiary limestone of North Carolina [abs]
By H.E. LeGrand
The occurrence of salty ground water in the Coastal Plain of North Carolina [abs]
By H.E. LeGrand and P.M. Brown
North Carolina
By H.E. LeGrand and M.S. Reid
1956
Ground-water resources in North Carolina
By H.E. LeGrand
North Carolina
By H.E. LeGrand and M.S. Reid
North Carolina
By H.E. LeGrand and M.M. Streicher
1955
Brackish water and its structural implications in the Great Carolina Ridge
By H.E. LeGrand
North Carolina
By H.E. LeGrand
Ground-water resources in the Charlotte area, North Carolina
By H.E. LeGrand and S.D. Broadhurst

USGS Store
Ordering USGS publications and products

USGS Home Water Climate Change Core Science Ecosystems Energy and Minerals Env. Health Hazards

Accessibility FOIA Privacy Policies and Notices

Take Pride in America logo USA.gov logo U.S. Department of the Interior | U.S. Geological Survey
URL: http://nc.water.usgs.gov/pubs/pubsgw.html
Page Contact Information: North Carolina Web Development Team
Page Last Modified: Wednesday, 19-Dec-2012 14:00:54 EST