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Projects in North Carolina

Physiographic Regions

Map of North Carolina showing major physiographic regions

Blue Ridge Mountains
Catawba-Wateree Groundwater Network
Newfound Creek Water Quality
Piedmont/Mountains Groundwater
Upper French Broad StreamStats
Albemarle Pamlico NAWQA
Catawba-Wateree Groundwater Network
Charlotte/Mecklenburg Rainfall Network
Effects of land-use change on water-quality in the Treyburn Development of the Falls Lake Watershed
Factors affecting nitrogen and phosphorus loads in nutrient-sensitive waters of eastern North Carolina
Fate and transport of pathogens and nutrients from land-applied animal manures
Flood Inundation Mapping
Piedmont/Mountains Groundwater
Triangle Area Water Supply Monitoring
Water Quality in the Haw and Deep Rivers
Wake County Groundwater Network
Coastal Plain
Albemarle Pamlico NAWQA
Artificial Drainage
Atlantic Coastal Plain Groundwater Availability
Brunswick County Groundwater-Level Monitoring
Camp Lejeune Groundwater Level and Conductance Monitoring Network
Cherry Point Paleochannel Delineation
Coastal Plain Groundwater Recharge
Currituck Sound Water Quality Monitoring
Factors affecting nitrogen and phosphorus loads in nutrient-sensitive waters of eastern North Carolina
Flood Inundation Mapping
Hydraulic Modeling of Bridges
National Trends Network (Precipitation) - Station NC36
Onslow County Region Groundwater Flow Model
Roanoke River Water-Quality Monitoring and Modeling
Southern Coastal Plain Groundwater Monitoring
Stratigraphic Coring
Flood Frequency Project

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