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Joint/Cooperative Publications

Prepared jointly by the U.S. Geological Survey
and the South Carolina Water Resources Commission

Report Number Title Author
1 A reconnaissance of the water resources of Pickens County, South Carolina F. A. Johnson, G. E. Siple and T. Ray Cummings, 1968 (State Library)
2 A reconnaissance of the Santee River Estuary T. Ray Cummings, 1970
3 Water resources of Spartanburg County W. M. Bloxham, George Siple and T. Ray Cummings, 1970 (State Library)
4 A reconnaissance of the Winyah Bay Estuarine Zone, South Carolina F. A. Johnson, 1970
5 Low-flow characteristics of streams in the Inner Coastal Plain of South Carolina W. M. Bloxham, 1976
6 A reconnaissance of the hydrology of the Edisto and Ashepoo Estuaries, South Carolina F. A. Johnson, 1977
7 A reconnaissance of the hydrology of the Intracoastal Waterway from Bucksport to Little River Inlet, South Carolina F. A. Johnson, 1977
8 The occurrence, availability, and chemical quality of ground water, Grand Strand area and surrounding parts of Horry and Georgetown Counties, South Carolina Allen Zack, 1977
9 The ground water resources of Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton and Jasper Counties, South Carolina Larry Hayes, 1979 (State Library)
10 A tracer study of the flushing time of the Sampit River Estuary, Georgetown, South Carolina F. A. Johnson, 1978
11 Low-flow frequency and flow duration of South Carolina streams W. M. Bloxham, 1979
12 Geochemistry of Fluoride in the Black Creek Aquifer systems of Horry and Georgetown Counties, South Carolina, and its physiological implications Allen Zack, 1980 (State Library)
13 Reconnaissance of the Ground-Water Resources of Clarendon and Williamsburg Counties, South Carolina P. Johnson, 1978 (State Library)
14 Low-flow characteristics of ungaged streams in the Piedmont and Lower Coastal Plain of South Carolina; (in cooperation with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control) W. M. Bloxham, 1981

Weather and Crop Summaries

Prepared by the

South Carolina Water Resources Commission

in cooperation with the

National Weather Service,
South Carolina Division of Research & Statistical Services,
South Carolina Agricultural Statistical Services, and
South Carolina Crop Reporting Service

Report Number Price Title Author

1973-C1
1974-C2
1975-C3
1976-C4
1977-C5
1979-C7
1980-C8
1981-C9
1982-C10
1983-C11
1984-C12
1985-C13
1986-C14
1987-C15
1988-C16

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1971-C7A $ 4.00 South Carolina Precipitation, a 30-year summary 1941-70; Paul E. Lovingwood, Jr. and John C. Purvis, 1971.
1974-C8A $ 3.00 An analysis of evaporation data for the State of South Carolina Paul E. Lovingwood, Jr. and John C. Purvis, 1974

Published in cooperation with the
South Carolina Department of Health & Environmental Control

Report Number Title Author
1974-C9A Coastal Mapping: a seminar on the technical and legal aspects of surveying in the South Carolina Coastal Region; Hosted by the SCWRC at the Francis Marion Hotel, Charleston. December 10, 1974  
1978-D1

South Carolina Statewide Management Plan for the control or abatement of non-point source pollution resulting from hydrologic modification; (published by SCDHEC as a portion of S. C. Non-Point Source Water Quality Management Plan). (Out of print)

H. Stephen Snyder, 1978
1978-D2 Ground-water pollution from ground water development in South Carolina; (used by SCDHEC as a portion of S. C. Non-Point Source Water Quality Management Plan) B.C. Spigner, 1978
1980-D3 Regulatory programs controlling hydrologic modification in South Carolina; (Prepared by the S. C. Non-Point Source Water Quality Management Plan, Control and Abatement of Non-Point Source Pollution Resulting from Hydrologic Modification). (Out of print) William C. Moser and H. Stephen Snyder, 1980.

Published by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,
Charleston District

1984-A Upstream Limit for Barge Traffic on S. C. Streams US Army Corps of Engineers, Charleston, S. C. December 1984

U.S. Geological Survey Reports
Prepared in cooperation with
the South Carolina Water Resources Commission or
the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources,
Water Resources Division

USGS Report Number Title Author
86-4159 Selected Aquifer-test Information for the Coastal Plain Aquifers of South Carolina Walter R. Aucott and Roy Newcome, Jr., 1986 (State Library)
86-497 Geohydrologic data from Port Royal Sound, Beaufort County, S. C. Ronald A. Burt and Donna L. Belva (USGS), Michael Crouch and W. Brian Hughes (SCWRC), 1987
87-4148 Flood of August 18, 1986, Newberry, South Carolina Noel M. Hurley, Jr., 1988 (State Library)
87-4285 Ground-water Flow and Saltwater Encroachment in the Upper Floridan Aquifer, Beaufort and Jasper Counties, South Carolina Barry S. Smith, 1988(State Library)
89-27 Ground-water Chemical Evolution and Diagenetic Processes in the Upper Floridan Aquifer, Southern South Carolina and Northeastern Georgia R. A. Burt, 1989
89-4098 Water Use in South Carolina, 1985 Whitney J. Stringfield and Susan C. Lambert, 1990
91-483 Saltwater movement in the Upper Floridan Aquifer beneath Port Royal Sound, South Carolina Barry S. Smith, 1993
92-4000 Potentiometric Surfaces of November, 1989 and declines in the Potentiometric Surfaces between November 1982 and November 1989 for the Black Creek and Middendorf Aquifers in South Carolina Whitney J. Stringfield, 1993 (State Library)
94-487 Ground-water and precipitation data for South Carolina, 1990 Paul A. Conrads, Kathy H. Jones, and Whitney J. Stringfield, 1994
96-4050 Ground-water hydrology, historical water use and simulated ground-water flow in Cretaceous-Age Coastal Plain Aquifers near Charleston and Florence, South Carolina Bruce G. Campbell and Marijke van Heeswijk, 1996
Copies of these reports may also be available from:
U.S. Geological Survey
720 Gracern Road, Suite 129, Stephenson Center
Columbia, SC 29210
(803) 750-6100

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