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Geology and Ground Water Availability, Selah Area, Washington

Publication number Date Published
71-11-007December 1971
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Author(s) Water Resources
Description A report on the geology and ground-water availability in the Selah area in Yakima County.

This study was initiated on December 23, 1970 in response to a letter received from the Senior Engineer, Water Resources, of Stevens, Thompson & Runyan, Inc., Engineers and Planners. The firms specific objective was to pin-point the best drilling sites for wells which would produce water of high quality and of sufficient quantity for a municipal supply.
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Keywords geology, ground water
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 37,WRIA 39)