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Geohydrologic Reconnaissance: Monse Area, Okanogan County, Washington

Publication number Date Published
oftr 72-02December 1972
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Author(s) Robert Russell
Description November 28, 1972, the writer, accompanied by Paul Eddy, Geologist, DOE and Howard Issacson, Olympia office; Don Huston, Brewster Office and Hugh Crawford, Ephrata office, all of DNR, made a reconnaissance of State owned land lying on the flood plain of the Okanogan River just north and west of the Town of Monse for the purpose of evaluating the possibility of obtaining up to 2.300 gpm of water from wells to replace an existing plant pumping from the Okanogan River which had developed a serious problem due to silt and debris deposited in the area of the intake during the 1972 flood on the Okanogan River..
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Keywords wells, water resource, groundwater
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WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 49 Okanogan