Numbered Report 308 | Texas Water Development Board

Report 308 By Phillip L. Nordstrom | August 1988

  • Report 308 - Occurrence and Quality of Ground Water in Jack County, Texas
  • Figure 3: Annual Precipitation at Antelope and Jacksboro, Jack County, and Bridgeport. Wise County
  • Figure 6: Geologic Map of Jack County
  • Figure 7: Net-Sandstone Thickness, Turkey Creek Sandstone
  • Figure 9: Outcrop of Cretaceous Rocks and Palo Pinto Formation
  • Figure 10: Net-Sandstone Thickness, Wolf Mountain Shale Interval
  • Figure 11: Net-Sandstone Thickness, Placid Shale Interval
  • Figure 12: Net-Sandstone Thickness, Colony Creek Shale Interval
  • Figure 14: Sulfate. Chloride, and Dissolved-Solids Content in Water from Selected Wells, Springs, and test Holes in Jack County
  • Figure 19: Outcrop of Conglomerates, Sandstones, and Sandy Shales of Wolf Mountain, Placid, and Colony Creek Shales, Canyon group
  • Figure 20: Chemical Quality of Typical Ground Water from Wells Completed in the Canyon Group in Jack and Adjacent Counties
  • Figure 21: Trilinear Diagrams Showing the Comparison of Ground-Water Chemistry Between Shallow and Deep Wells Completed in the Canyon Group
  • Figure 22: Diagrams of Chemical Analyses of Typical Ground Water from the Canyon Group
  • Figure 23: Dissolved-Solids Content of Water from the Canyon Group in Jack and Adjacent Counties
  • Figure 25: Areal Extent of the Gonzales creek Member and the Avis Sandstone of the Cisco Group, Jack County
  • Figure 26: Chemical Quality of Typical Ground Water from Wells Completed in the Cisco Group in Jack and Adjacent Counties
  • Figure 28: Dissolved-Solids Content of Water from the Cisco Group in Jack and Adjacent Counties
  • Figure 30: Diagrams of Chemical Analyses of Typical Ground Water from the Strawn Group, Twin Mountains Formation, and Alluvium
  • Figure 31: Location of Wells, Test Holes, and Springs in Jack and Adjacent Counties
  • Figure 32: Geologic section A-A'
  • Figure 33: Geologic section B-B'
  • Figure 34: Geologic section C-C'
  • Figure 35: Geologic section D-D'
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