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Ground-Water Resources of Chester County, Pennsylvania

Description: From purpose and scope: This report provides basic information on the ground-water resources of Chester County, Pennsylvania, which is an area of about 760 square miles (1970 meters) in southeastern Pennsylvania. It discusses the availability and quality of the water in the water-bearing units in the county and the relation of the ground water to surface water.
Date: September 1977
Creator: McGreevy, Laurence J. & Sloto, Ronald A.

A Stormwater Management Model for the West Branch Brandwyne Creek, Chester County, Pennsylvania

Description: From introduction: This report describes rainfall-runoff modeling for three subbasins of the West Branch Brandywine Creek basin. Effects of increased runoff from continued urbanization of the basin and of proposed flood-control structures for both the present and projected population are evaluated for the West Branch Brandwyne Creek at Coatesville and Modena and for Sucker Run at State Route 82.
Date: February 1982
Creator: Sloto, Ronald A.