Abstract

In northeastern Lyon County the areal distribution of aquifers of Cretaceous age determined from well-bottom altitudes suggests a series of interbedded sandstones striking northwestward and overlapping one another to the northeast. Probably the numerous thin sandstone aquifers in the area were deposited near the flanks of a Precambrian granite “high” area by a transgressing Late Cretaceous sea.

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