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Figure 36. Cross sections showing (A and B) inverted resistivity sections of two-dimensional, direct-current resistivity data at site 5 from line 1, Goffstown, N.H.; (C) model based on field data from A and B; and (D and E) synthetic resistivity output data from Model C. Site and line locations are shown on figures 1 and 33, respectively. Figure 37. Cross sections showing (A and B) inverted resistivity sections of two-dimensional, direct-current resistivity data at site 5 from line 2, Goffstown, N.H.; (C) model based on field data from A and B; and (D and E) synthetic resistivity output data from Model C. Site and line locations are shown on figures 1 and 33, respectively. 40 Geophysical Investigations of Well Fields to Characterize Fractured-Bedrock Aquifers in Southern New Hampshiremately 18 ft. A nearby test well SAW 272 was available for borehole-geophysical surveys. Well SAW 272 was drilled through 17 ft of overburden to a depth of 345 ft in bedrock and has a reported yield of 150 gal/min. Sediment accumulation or roc

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