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Water Quality Samples for the Nation

USGS 384530075121101 Nh53-01

Sussex County, Delaware
Latitude  38°45'29.85", Longitude  75°12'10.84" NAD83
Land-surface elevation 16.24 feet above NGVD29
Site Type: Well
The depth of the well is 110 feet below land surface.
The depth of the hole is 110 feet below land surface.
This well is completed in the Northern Atlantic Coastal Plain aquifer system (S100NATLCP) national aquifer.
This well is completed in the Columbia Group (112CLMB) local aquifer.

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Begin Date End Date Samples
2000-10-24 2000-10-24 1

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