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Wells and test holes drilled by the Department of Land and Natural Resources : Circular C-113
|Title:||Wells and test holes drilled by the Department of Land and Natural Resources : Circular C-113|
|Issue Date:||Jan 1985|
|Publisher:||Department of Natural Land and Resources, State of Hawaii|
|Citation:||Lum D. 1985. Wells and test holes drilled by the Department of Land and Natural Resources: Circular C-113. Honolulu (HI): Department of Natural Land and Resources, State of Hawaii.|
|Abstract:||This report summarizes the results of the Department of Land and Natural Resources' exploratory well drilling activities during the past 25 years, 1959-1984. These activities have been funded by the Legislature under (1) a statewide Exploratory Well Drilling Program begun in 1960 and under (2) various individual well drilling projects related to solving specific water problems or meeting specific exploration needs of the community. Approximately two-thirds of the well drilling activities have been accomplished under the statewide Exploratory Well Drilling Program, which has the dual objective of seeking vital information and making new discoveries about Hawaii's ground water resources, and locating new sources of water supply for drinking, agricultural, industrial, and recreational purposes.|
This report was prepared by Daniel Lum, geologist, with assistance in data compilation by Mitchell Ohye, engineering technician, and by Bill Koyanagi, drafting technician.
|Appears in Collections:||The Geothermal Collection|
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