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Fry Canyon Potentiometric Surface of Colluvial Aquifer

Water levels in the uranium-contaminated colluvial aquifer measured during mid-October 1996 indicate ground-water flow to the northwest, almost parallel to Fry Creek, a perennial stream. Discharge measured in Fry Creek upstream from the tailings during December 1996 was 1.02 liters per second.

Potentiometric surface of the colluvial aquifer during October 1996, Fry Canyon, Utah:

Potentiometric surface of the colluvial aquifer during October 1996, Fry Canyon, Utah

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