Issue 20 and Volume 33.

UNDERGROUND WATERS IN CONNECTICUT In connection with the general plan for hydrologic work, or that relating to underground waters, the United States Geological Survey will undertake systematic study of underground waters in Connecticut. The investigation is in charge of Dr. Herbert E. Gregory, of Yale university, who for several years past has been engaged in a study of the geology of the State. Dr. Gregory has already begun the work by issuing circular requests for special information, and it is hoped that the cooperation of the citizens of Connecticut will be enlisted to obtain data regarding the location and character of the wells, deep borings, flowing springs, mineral waters, etc. Information of this sort sent to Dr. Gregory will aid materially in carrying on the work. After the collection of data, field work will be undertaken in areas that promise the most important results, and a study will be made…

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