The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources gathers ground-water level and water-quality for water-resources assessment and management. These data are used to identify long-term changes in ground-water levels and storage; to correlate climate conditions, streamflows, and ground-water levels; and to determine relationships between saltwater intrusion and water levels or stream stage. Ground-water data are collected through a network of agency-maintained water-level and specific-conductance observation sites and through U.S. Geological Survey maintained sites that are cooperatively funded by DNR or other agencies.

Recent Submissions

  • Orangeburg County 

    South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (South Carolina State Library, 2003)
  • Oconee County 

    South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (South Carolina State Library, 2003)
  • McCormick County 

    South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (South Carolina State Library, 2003)
  • Marlboro County 

    South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (South Carolina State Library, 2003)
  • Richland County 

    South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (South Carolina State Library, 2003)
  • Marion County 

    South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (South Carolina State Library, 2003)
  • Saluda County 

    South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (South Carolina State Library, 2003)
  • Spartanburg County 

    South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (South Carolina State Library, 2003)
  • Lexington County 

    South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (South Carolina State Library, 2003)
  • Lee County 

    South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (South Carolina State Library, 2003)

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