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Groundwater resources associated with sediments filling the Marion and Mahomet Valley Sections of the Lafayette Bedrock Valley System vary from miniscule to substantial, reflecting the wide range of glacigenic aquifer facies contained in the fill. These aquifer facies include braid-stream deposits that range from thin units within till sequences to immense, valley-filling masses. Also included is a variety of proximal to distal, subaerial to subaqueous, fan and fan-delta deposits; these range from thick masses of ice-proximal, cobbly rubble interspersed with thin diamicts and clays, to thin, discontinuous lentils of sand confined within lacustrine clays.

Valley-fill aquifers are confined by capping...

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