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Brooklyn - Queens Aquifer System Brooklyn - Queens Aquifer System

    • Figure 1. Brooklyn-QueensAquifer System Designated Area
    • Figure 2. Major Hydrogeologic Units of the Ground Water Reservoir of Long Island, New York
    • Figure 3. Ground Water Movement and Discharge on Long Island, New York, Under Natural Conditions
    • Figure 4. Approximate Time for Water to Move from the Water Table to Points within the Regional Ground Water System of Long Island, New York
    • Figure 5. Location and Geologic Setting of Brooklyn-Queens Aquifer System

VII. Figures

Figure 1. Brooklyn-Queens Aquifer System Designated Area

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Figure 2. Major Hydrogeologic Units of the Ground Water Reservoir of Long Island, New York

Figure 3. Ground Water Movement and Discharge on Long Island, New York, Under Natural Conditions

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Figure 4. Approximate Time for Water to Move from the Water Table to Points within the Regional Ground Water System of Long Island, New York

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The section shown is slightly east of the Nassau-Suffolk County border. Source: O.L. Franke and P. Cohen, "Regional Rates of Ground Water Movement on Long Island, New York," U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 800-C (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Geological Survey, 1972).

Figure 5. Location and Geologic Setting of Brooklyn-Queens Aquifer System

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