B-27 Part 1: Underground Water Possibilities for Stock and Domestic Purposes in the La Junta Area, Colorado. Part 2: Underground Water Resources of Parts of Crowley and Otero Counties. Part 3: Geology of Parts of Las Animas, Otero and Bent Counties

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Citation: Patton, Horace B., W. C. Toepelman, and Jas. Terry Duce. “Bulletin 27 - Part I - Underground Water Possibilities La Junta Area, Colorado; Part II - Underground Water Resources of Parts of Crowley and Otero County; Part III - Geology of Parts of Animas, Otero, and Bent Counties.” Hydrogeology. Bulletin. Boulder, CO: Colorado Geological Survey, 1924.

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Part 1: Underground water possibilities for stock and domestic purposes in the La Junta area, Colorado (pp. 1-58) — describes the topography, general geology (Jurassic, Cretaceous, Tertiary, and Quaternary systems), the structural geology, water supply and water in the individual formations, and 24 water chemical analyses from shallow wells and springs. Part 2: Underground water resources of parts of Crowley and Otero counties (pp. 59-72) — describes the general sedimentary geology (Cretaceous, Tertiary, and Quaternary systems) and igneous geology of two small dikes, the structural geology, water resources and source of shallow water in the individual formations. Part 3: Geology of parts of Las Animas, Otero and Bent counties (pp. 72-102) — describes the topography, general sedimentary geology (Jurassic, Cretaceous, Tertiary, and Quaternary systems) and igneous geology of basalts, the structural geology, historical geology, and economic geology. 3 plates (1:125,000). 4 figures. 7 tables. Digital PDF download. B-27D