Cross-sections of wells and aquifers in the Las Vegas Valley, circa 1946
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- Cross-sections of wells and aquifers in the Las Vegas Valley, circa 1946
- Alternative Title
- Northwest-southwest section (A-A' on plate 1) of Las Vegas Valley ; East-west section (B-B' on plate 1) of Las Vegas Valley; Geology and water resources of Las Vegas, Pahrump, and Indian Spring Valleys, Clark and Nye Counties, Nevada; Water resources bulletin (Carson City, Nev.) ; no. 5.
- Jameson, C. H.; Maxey, George Burke, 1917- Nevada. State Engineer; Geological Survey (U.S.)
- 2 map sections on 1 sheet. Originally published as plate 6 in Geology and water resources of Las Vegas, Pahrump, and Indian Spring Valleys, Clark and Nye Counties, Nevada by George B. Maxey and C.H. Jameson, which is number 5 of the Water resources bulletin published by the Nevada Office of the State Engineer. Shows permeable and impermeable materials, wells, and aquifers.
- Accession Number
- G4354.L3C55 1946 .G46
- Original Date
- 1943; 1944; 1945; 1946; 1947; 1948; 1949
- Alternative Date
- Circa 1946
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- United States
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- Still Image; Text;
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