Cross Timbers Aquifer
- Aquifer type: confined and unconfined
- Area of aquifer: 17,790 square miles
- Proportion of aquifer with groundwater conservation districts: 21 percent
- Number of counties containing the aquifer: 31
The Cross Timbers Aquifer is a minor aquifer located in north central Texas. The aquifer consists of four Paleozoic-age water-bearing formations including, from oldest to youngest, the Strawn, Canyon, Cisco, and Wichita groups. The aquifer is primarily composed of limestones, shales, and sandstones.
|GMR 19-01||9/20/2019||Groundwater Management Report||Groundwater Conditions in the Cross Timbers Aquifer|