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Maryland Geological Survey


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    • Maryland. Board of Natural Resources. Geological Survey
    • Maryland. Department of Natural Resources. Geological Survey
    • Maryland. Geological Survey.
    • Maryland. Resource Assessment Administration. Geological Survey
    • Maryland. Resource Assessment Service. Maryland Geological Survey
    • Maryland. State Geological and Economic Survey
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      • Maryland. Geological Survey.
    • Sources

      • found: Its Allegany County, 1900.
      • found: Geological Survey (U.S.). Potentiometric surface of the upper Patapsco Aquifer in southern Maryland, September 1994 [MI] 1995:map recto (Maryland Geological Survey and Resource Assessment Administration)
      • found: Fact sheet no. 5, 7.5-minute quadrangles covering Maryland [Md. Dept. of Natural Resources], accessed 12/12/96(Maryland Geological Survey, Baltimore, MD; a division of the Resource Assessment Administration, Maryland Department of Natural Resources)
      • found: Geological Survey (U.S.). The difference between the potentiometric surfaces of the upper Patapsco Aquifer ... [MI] 1999:map recto (Maryland Geological Survey and Resource Assessment Service, Maryland Department of Natural Resources)
      • found: A short history of the Maryland Geological Survey, via brochures section of Earth Sciences Information Center, at Survey's web site, 8/11/2000:at The Maryland Geological Survey, 1964 to present (1969, the Survey became an agency of a new Department of Natural Resources; in 1995, a major reorganization of the Dept. resulted in the Survey becoming a division within a new agency, Resource Assessment Service, in the Department of Natural Resources)
    • Editorial Notes

      • [The Maryland Geological Survey (officially: State Geological and Economic Survey) was established in 1896. The State Geological and Economic Survey Advisory Commission was established in 1922 as an advisory body to the Geological Survey. In 1941 the Bureau of Mines, Geological Survey, State Geological and Economic Survey Advisory Commission, Water Front Commission, and Water Resources Commission (created in 1933) were merged to form the Dept. of Geology, Mines and Water Resources. The latter was superseded in 1964 by two bodies: the reestablished Geological Survey, and the newly created Dept. of Water Resources, which also superseded the Water Pollution Control Commission (appointed in 1947).]
    • Change Notes

      • 1979-09-06: new
      • 2013-03-08: revised
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