High-yielding Wells in Metamorphic Rocks: Influencing Factors
Chapman, Melinda J.
Crawford, Thomas J.
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In December 1988, a hydrogeologic investigation was conducted at a 225-acre area in the Piedmont province near Atlanta, Georgia (Figure 1). The purpose of the investigation was to evaluate a method for selecting high-yield well sites in an area underlain by metamorphic rocks. The method consists of using site-specific geologic mapping and other field observations to delineate areas for drilling wells.