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"County Geologic Atlases (or CGAs) provide information essential to sustainable management of groundwater resources, for applications such as monitoring, water allocation, permitting, remediation, and well construction."
"[New Atlases] can be used to evaluate the distribution of groundwater in the state, for water appropriation applications, and to guide the sustainable use of groundwater. It will also assist in geophysical, karst and other hydrogeological investigations."
"The MWI provides information about wells and borings in Minnesota. The MWI provides basic information, such as location, depth, geology, construction and static water level, for many wells and borings drilled in Minnesota."
"The Minnesota Geological Survey has partnered with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) through their cost-sharing STATEMAP program since 1993. STATEMAP is a component of the National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program (NCGMP). The goal of NCGMP is to build a geologic framework of the nation via geologic mapping and associated databases."