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Well T5S, R1W, Sec. 16, SE SE NE, Action: Constructed

Location Info
Owner: Gram, Mark Status: Constructed
Location: T5S, R1W, Sec. 16, SE SE NE County: Cloud
Latitude: 39.6187212 Longitude: -97.4262172 Datum NAD 27
Latitude: 39.6187213 Longitude: -97.4265301 Datum NAD 83
Longitude and latitude calculated by Survey from township-range-section-quarter calls. Only good to within the quarter call accuracy.
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General Info
Well Depth: 205 ft. Elevation: ft.
Static Water Level: 58 ft. Est. Yield: gpm.
Comp. Date: 29-Dec-1994 Well Use: Irrigation
DWR Applic. #: Other ID:
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Driller Info
Driller: Williams Drilling Co., Inc. License #: 480
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Chemical Sample Submitted?: No
Water Well disinfected?:
Ground water encountered: 0 ft. , 0 ft. , 0 ft.
Pump test data: Well water was 96 ft after 3 hours pumping 96 gpm
Casing Info
Casing Type: PVC
Casing Joints:
Diam: 16 in. to 145 ft
Diam: 0 in. to 0 ft
Diam: 0 in. to 0 ft
Casing height above land surface: in
Casing Weight: lbs/ft
Wall thickness or gauge no.:
Screen and Perforation Info
Screen Type: PVC Screen Openings: Saw cut
Screen-perforated intervals From: 145 ft to 205 ft
From: 0 ft to 0 ft
From: 0 ft to 0 ft
Gravel pack intervals From: ft to ft
Grout Info
Grout used: Bentonite, From: 1 to 10 ft
From: 0 to 20 ft
From: 0 to 0 ft
Source of Possible Contamination
Source: Abandoned water well
Direction from well: N Distance: 100 ft
Lithologic Log
(Log data entered by KGS.)
From: 0 ft. to 5 ft. top soil
From: 5 ft. to 8 ft. tan clay
From: 8 ft. to 12 ft. dark brown clay
From: 12 ft. to 15 ft. light brown clay
From: 15 ft. to 30 ft. light brown clay with sand rock
From: 30 ft. to 52 ft. sandstone
From: 52 ft. to 55 ft. yellow limestone and clay
From: 55 ft. to 58 ft. yellow limestone, clay, and rock
From: 58 ft. to 60 ft. gray clay
From: 60 ft. to 65 ft. fire clay, gray and red
From: 65 ft. to 68 ft. mixed clay
From: 68 ft. to 112 ft. blue clay
From: 112 ft. to 114 ft. shale, rock, hard
From: 114 ft. to 115 ft. blue clay
From: 115 ft. to 117 ft. fire clay
From: 117 ft. to 119 ft. gray clay, hard
From: 119 ft. to 123 ft. gray clay, hard
From: 123 ft. to 125 ft. dark gray clay, hard
From: 125 ft. to 127 ft. dark gray clay
From: 127 ft. to 131 ft. limestone layers, sandy
From: 131 ft. to 133 ft. dark gray sandy clay
From: 133 ft. to 135 ft. rocks, hard
From: 135 ft. to 139 ft. dark gray clay, hard
From: 139 ft. to 141 ft. sandstone
From: 141 ft. to 153 ft. gray clay, hard
From: 153 ft. to 155 ft. gray clay, hard
From: 155 ft. to 170 ft. gray clay, sandstone layers
From: 170 ft. to 174 ft. gray and yellow clay
From: 174 ft. to 185 ft. hard sandy gray clay and sandstone
From: 185 ft. to 205 ft. yellow sandstone

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