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Progress report 6, December 1975 through February 1976 : geotechnical data gathering project, hydrologic program section 1.2 interpretative text to Area Oil Shale Supervisor, United States Geological Survey /

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Alternative: Progress report : environmental programs

Alternative: Progress report 5 : September, October, November 1975

Alternative: Rio Blanco Oil Shale Project progress report 6 : geotechnical data gathering project, hydrologic program, section 1.2 interpretative text and raw data appendix

Alternative: Section 1.2 interpretive text and raw data appendix

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[Denver, Colo.] :Rio Blanco Oil Shale Project,1976.

Subjects

Colorado , Environmental aspects , Environmental monitoring , Oil and gas leases , Oil-shale industry , Oil-shales , Rio Blanco Oil Shale Project , Water quality

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Title

Progress report 6, December 1975 through February 1976 : geotechnical data gathering project, hydrologic program section 1.2 interpretative text to Area Oil Shale Supervisor, United States Geological Survey /

Title Variants:

Alternative: Progress report : environmental programs

Alternative: Progress report 5 : September, October, November 1975

Alternative: Rio Blanco Oil Shale Project progress report 6 : geotechnical data gathering project, hydrologic program, section 1.2 interpretative text and raw data appendix

Alternative: Section 1.2 interpretive text and raw data appendix

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Wright Water Engineers.

Rio Blanco Oil Shale Project.
Geological Survey (U.S.). Area Oil Shale Supervisor's Office.
Gulf Oil Corporation.
Standard Oil Company (Indiana)

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Book

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Published material

Publication info

[Denver, Colo.] :Rio Blanco Oil Shale Project,1976.

Notes:

"The purpose of the surface and subsurface Hydrologic Program conducted by Rio Blanco Oil Shale Project [RBOSP] is to establish baseline hydrologic environments, to collect data for mine dewatering design and water right acquisition relating to Tract C-a oil shale development. RBOSP Progress Report 6 submits to the [Area Oil Shale Office] AOSO the data generated by the Hydrologic Program through February 1976, in two parts, the Interpretive Text and Raw Data. The Interpretive Text includes explanations of hydrological data collected in the field, analytical results of water samples by lab methods, and data from the gaging stations associated with Tract C-a submitted by the Water Resources Division of the U.S. Geological Survey. Raw Data volume contains computerized printouts of such materials"--Leaf 1.

"April 15, 1976."

Subjects

Colorado , Environmental aspects , Environmental monitoring , Oil and gas leases , Oil-shale industry , Oil-shales , Rio Blanco Oil Shale Project , Water quality

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TN859.C64 R564 no.6 sect. 1.2

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English

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OCLC: 1120937150

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