CONCHO AND RUNNELS COUNTY FIELD DAYS

              Allan shows the geologic formation in an aquifer, how pollution can get in underground water, and how
              
pumping can cause  a decline in the water table by demonstrating an edible aquifer.
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Lipan-Kickapoo

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Covering portions of Tom Green, Concho, and Runnels Counties
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