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Clarke, J.S., C.M. Hacke and M.F. Peck. 1990. Geology and ground water resources of the coastal area of Georgia. Georgia Geological Survey, Bulletin 113, 106 p.

This detailed report describes the overall geology and hydrogeology of Coastal Georgia with detailed plates.

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*Clarke, J.S. and R.E. Krause. 2000. Design, Revision and Application of Ground-Water Flow Models for Simulation of Selected Water-Management Scenarios in the Coastal Area of Georgia and Adjacent Parts of South Carolina and Florida. U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Investigations Report 00-4084.

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Cogger, C.G., L.M. Hajjar, C.L. Moe and M.D. Sobsey. 1988. Septic System Performance on a Coastal Barrier Island. Journal of Environmental Quality, 17:401-408.

Wastewater treatment by septic systems on Atlantic coastal barrier islands was evaluated to determine the effects of water table height and wastewater loading rate to groundwater.

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Collins, W.H. and D.H. Easley. 1999. Freshwater Lens Formation in an unconfined barrier island aquifer. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 35:1-21.

Physical testing and computer models were used to study fresh water lens formation on barrier islands. Permeability was found to be the most dominant control in fresh water lens formation.

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*Cooper, H.H. Jr.,. 1964. A hypothesis concerning the dynamic balance of fresh water and salt water in a coastal aquifer. In: Sea Water in Coastal Aquifers, U.S. Geological Survey, Water Supply Paper 1613C, p. 1-12.

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*Fairchild, R.W. and C.B. Bentley. 1977. Saline-Water Intrusion in the Floridan Aquifer in the Fernandina Beach Area, Nassau County, Florida: U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Investigations Report 77-32. 27 p..

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