DOI:10.4296/cwrj3504399
Corpus ID: 129897303
Hydrogeology of the Potsdam Sandstone in Northern New York
John H. Williams, R. Reynolds, +2 authors F. Paillet
Published 2010
Geology

Canadian Water Resources Journal / Revue canadienne des ressources hydriques
The Potsdam Sandstone of Cambrian age forms a transboundary aquifer that extends across northern New York and into southern Quebec. The Potsdam Sandstone is a gently dipping sequence of arkose… Expand
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