County Geologic Atlas, Part B

GIS files depicting characteristics of the groundwater system of Minnesota. A County Geologic Atlas is a systematic study of a county's geologic and groundwater resources. Geologic studies include both Quaternary deposits and bedrock. Groundwater studies include flow systems, aquifer capacity, groundwater chemistry, and sensitivity to pollution. In some areas sand and gravel deposits, sinkholes, or other features are studied.

  • Status list with links to county download pagesHTML

  • Full Metadata RecordHTML

Additional Info

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Last Updated October 26, 2018, 10:02
Created July 23, 2015, 08:01
dsAccessConst None
dsCurrentRef publication dates range from 1996 to present with the time period of the content ranging from 1995 to present
dsModifiedDate 2018-10-25 23:53:58
dsOriginator Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
dsPurpose GIS layers convey geologic and hydrogeologic information and interpretations to governmental units, businesses, and the general public. The information is used in planning and environmental protection efforts and to provide information for permit applications and plans and emergency response to contaminant releases.

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