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Geophysical surveys for assisting in determining the ground water resources near Kailua, north coast, Island of Maui, Hawaii
|Title:||Geophysical surveys for assisting in determining the ground water resources near Kailua, north coast, Island of Maui, Hawaii|
|LC Subject Headings:||Geology--Hawaii|
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|Date Issued:||22 Jun 1998|
|Publisher:||Blackhawk Geosciences, Inc.|
Tom Nance Water Resource Engineering
|Abstract:||The main objective of the geophysical survey was to assist in characterizing the hydrologic regime in the study area for a proposed ground water well. Ground water resources can occur on the Island of Maui basically in two modes: • In a basal mode where a lens of fresh water floats on saline water, and o In a high-level mode where the ground water occurrence is controlled by subsurface damming structures. From the results of the TDEM survey, a relatively thick basal fresh/brackish water resource is inferred. The lens of fresh/brackish water is expected to be about 200 ft thick under the area surveyed.|
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