GHydrogeologic setting

Hydrogeology is the study of the occurrence, movement, and quality of underground water. The hydrogeologic setting of an AWMS component includes all the various geologic factors that influence the quality and quantity of underground water. Information on the hydrogeologic setting of a site is in the following sources:

• State water quality management and assessment reports of surface and ground water use designations and impairments

• Geologic maps showing rock types, faults, and similar information

• Regional water table maps and, if available, tables of static water levels in wells

• Ground water vulnerability maps

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