4 edition of Water resources of the Lower peninsula of Michigan found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Alfred C. Lane.|
|Series||U.S. Geological survey. Water-supply and irrigation paper,, no. 30, Water-supply paper (Washington, D.C.) ;, no. 30.|
|LC Classifications||S607 .A18|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||05001145|
: A Generalized Estimate of Ground-Water-Recharge Rates in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan (U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper, ) (): David J. Author: David J. Holtschlag. Procedure: 1. Divide the class into groups of students. Pass one set of 12 resource information cards (Resource #1) and Worksheet #1, “Uses of Michigan’s Natural Resources” to each group. Students take turns reading the resource cards, listening for the uses of the resources, and.
Westjohn, D.B., and Weaver, T.L., , Configuration of freshwater/saline-water interface and geologic controls of distribution of freshwater in a regional aquifer system, central Lower Peninsula of Michigan: U.S. Geological Survey, Water-Resources Investigations Report , 44 p. MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY DRAIN COMMISSIONERS MANAGING MICHIGAN’S WATER RESOURCES SINCE 2 | NO. 1 | SPRING Upper Peninsula District Chair Houghton County [email protected] helping the drain/water resources offices run as smoothly and efficiently as possible. Please take a.
The Upper Peninsula looks less like a mitten, but with a little stretch of imagination you could see how it could be a mitten tipped sideways above the Lower Peninsula. Water Wonderland. This promotional nickname again references the water resources of the state of Michigan. "Water Wonderland" appeared on Michigan license plates beginning in Publication date Topics Industrial archaeology, Industrial sites Publisher [Washington]: Historic American Engineering Record, Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation, Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior: Pages:
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Michigan is a state rich in natural resources. Throughout the years, many of the resources were exploited and damaged, but state legislation and environmental activist groups since in the s. This material is a portion of the outcome of Dr. Lane's studies in connection with the geological survey of the State of Michigan, supplemented by statements received in reply to circulars sent throughout the Lower Peninsula of Michigan to well drillers and others likely to be well informed and interested in the subject.
The facts thus gathered have been collated with the result of two months. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lane, Alfred C. (Alfred Church), b. Water resources of the Lower peninsula of Michigan.
Washington, Govt. Print. The Lower Peninsula of Michigan – also known as Lower Michigan – is the southern and less elevated of the two major landmasses that make up the U.S. state of Michigan, the other being the Upper is surrounded by water on all sides except its southern border, which it shares with Indiana and gh the Upper Peninsula is commonly referred to as "the U.P.", it is uncommon Area: 40, sq mi (, km²).
The Upper Peninsula of Michigan – also known as Upper Michigan or colloquially the U.P. – is the northern and more elevated of the two major landmasses that make up the U.S. state of Michigan, the other being the Lower is bounded primarily by Lake Superior to the north, separated from the Canadian province of Ontario at the east end by the St.
Marys River, and flanked by Lake Area: 16, sq mi (42, km²). Water Resources Commission: An engineering study of Great Lakes shore erosion in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan / ([Lansing]: Michigan Water Resources Commission, Dept.
of Natural Resources, State of Michigan, ), also by Ernest Fredrick Brater. Because the sandstone and porous limestone layers of Michigan are in a saucerlike basin (i.e., the Michigan Basin), most of the Lower Peninsula does have the potential for springs and artesian, or naturally flowing, wells.
As the demand on this water stored underneath the earth’s surface increases because of population and industrial pressure. No matter where you go in Michigan's Lower Peninsula, each of the 68 counties has a story to tell through its facts, history, land and water, people, and things to do.
The quick A-Z alphabetical Fun Topics provide easy access to the information you need as you travel and learn what is important, interesting, and unique about each county/5(10). Michigan ZIP Codes - Upper Peninsula Michigan's House Districts - Apportionment Plan (34" x 44") Michigan's 14 Congressional Districts - Apportionment Plan (34"x44").
Get this from a library. An engineering study of Great Lakes shore erosion in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan. [Ernest F Brater; Erwin Seibel; Michigan. Water Resources Commission.]. Michigan Lakes Shown on the Map: Houghton Lake, Indian Lake, Lake Erie, Lake Gogebic, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Manistique Lake and Mullet Lake.
Michigan Elevation Map The topography of an area determines the direction of stream flow and often is a primary influence on the geographic distribution of precipitation. Water Resources Division: EQC (Rev.
12/) COMMON AQUATIC PLANTS OF MICHIGAN. Following is a description of some of the most commonly occurring aquatic plants in Michigan. Some of the plants included in this guide are identified as invasive or Common Aquatic Plants of Michigan.
Michigan's state stone is made up of fossilized coral and can be found across the upper Lower Peninsula. The Peoskey stone, and its cousin the. Books set in Upper Peninsula, Michigan: [Libriomancer, A Cold Day in Paradise, Codex Born, South of Superior, True North, Murder Grins and Bea.
Michigan also boasts more than 2, miles of rails-to-trails and is home to the International Mountain Biking Association Silver Level Ride Center in Copper Harbor. If that's not enough, Michigan also has 3,+ miles of water trails for kayaking or canoeing, more than a thousand miles of state-designated equestrian trails, and 3,+ miles of off-road vehicle trails for you to discover.
One of the world's largest accumulations of salt can be found in the state of Michigan, according to "A Citizen's Guide to the Natural Environment." The Salina Formation, the thickest salt bed in the state, lies under Michigan's lower peninsula, with its thickest point being 3, feet from top to bottom.
Michigan Cross Country Cycle Trail (MCCCT) Highway State Park Boundary State Land Federal Land 0 20 40 Miles Northern Lower Peninsula Department of Natural Resources Forest Resources Division Resource Assessment Section Updated: July 3, Welcome to Michigan, the Great Lake state.
Michigan is quite unique among the states in that it is divided into two distint geographic sections, the Upper peninsula, and the Lower peninsula. Lake Michigan lies between the two peninsulas. The Upper peninsula is very sparsely populated, more than 90% of the peninsula being forested.
The Importance of Ground Water in the Great Lakes Region Water Resources Investigations Report 00 - Holtschlag, D.J.,A generalized estimate of ground-water recharge rates in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper37 p. Michigan has more than 75 different types of trees.
There are over million acres of forests in Michigan. These cover more than half of the state. Forests are mainly found in the Upper Peninsula and the northern Lower Peninsula.
Michigan’s state forest system has million acres. This is File Size: KB. Michigan, boasting the longest freshwater coastline in the world, inland lakes and ponds lakes. Wherever you are in Michigan, you are less than six miles away from a natural body of water.
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