County Ground Water Studies
The County Ground-Water Studies program provides a general inventory of the state's ground-water resource. These studies identified the location and extent of major aquifers, hydraulic properties, water chemistry, estimated well yields, and the occurrence and movement of ground water including sources of recharge and discharge. The county studies were prepared in three parts. Part I describes the geology; Part II provides ground-water basic data which includes lithologic logs of test holes and wells, water levels in observation wells, and water chemistry analyses; and Part III describes the general hydrogeology. The County Ground-Water Studies are available for all counties in North Dakota.