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    M ap gen erated b y Glen n E. GroveIDNR, Division of Water, Resource Assessm ent Section

    We request that the followin g agen c y b e ac kn owledged in products derived from this m ap: In dia n a Departm en t of Natural Resources, Division of Water. This m ap was com piled b y staff of the In dia n a Departm ent of Natural Resources, Division of Water usin g data b elieved to b e reason a b ly ac c urate. However, a degree of error is in heren t in all m aps. This product is distrib uted “as is” without warran ties of an y kin d, either expressed or implied. This m ap is inten ded for use on ly at the pub lished sc ale.

    Map Use and Disclaimer Statement

    Eric J. Holcom b , GovernorDepartm en t of Natural ResourcesCam eron F. Clark, DirectorDivision of Water Poten tiom etric Surfac e M ap 76-B

    This m ap has b een created from several existin g shapefiles. Township an d Ran ge Lin es of In dia n a (lin e shapefile, 20020621), Lan d SurveyLin es of In dia n a (polygon shapefile, 20020621), an d County Boun daries of In dia n a (polygon shapefile, 20020621) are from the In dia n aGeologic al Survey an d b ased on a 1:24,000 sc ale. Roads (TIGER an d INDOT) (lin e shapefile, 2005) is from the In dia n a Departm ent ofTran sportation an d b ased on a 1:24,000 sc ale. System 1 (lin e shapefile, 2003) is from the In dia n a Departm ent of Transportation an d b ased ona 1:24,000 sc ale. In corporated Boun daries in In dia n a (polygon shapefile, 20060501) is from the Graphics an d En gin eerin g Section In dia n aDepartm en t of Tran sportation. Hydrography, Stream s (NHD) (lin e shapefile, 20081218), Rivers (NHD) (polygon shapefile, 20081218),an d Lakes (NHD) (polygon shapefile, 20081218) are from the U .S. Geologic al Survey an d the U .S. En viron m ental Protection Agen c y, an db ased on a 1:24,000 sc ale. Basin b oun daries are m odified from the Watershed Boun dary Dataset (polygon shapefile, 2008) from the NaturalResource Conservation Servic e. M an aged Lan ds IDNR IN (polygon shapefile, 20100920) is from the In dia n a Departm ent of NaturalResources an d b ased on a 1:24,000 sc ale. Digital Elevation M odel im age is derived from the In dia n a Ortho/LiDAR Statewide CollectionProgram (2013). Switzerlan d County Bedroc k No Aquifer M aterial or Lim ited Data (polygon shapefile, Grove, 2018), an d Potentiom etricSurfa c e M ap of the Bedrock Aquifers of Switzerlan d County, In dia n a (lin e shapefile, Grove, 2018) are b ased on a 1:24,000 sc ale.

    Location Map

    Digital Elevation Model of Switzerland County, Indiana

    Elevation (feet) 998

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    POTENTIOM ETRIC SU RFACE M AP OF THE BEDROCK AQU IFERSOF SWITZ ERLAND COU NTY, INDIANA

    1 0 10.5 Kilom eter

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    Potentiometric Surface Map of the Bedrock Aquifers of Switzerland County, Indiana b yGlen n E. GroveDivision of Water, Resource Assessm en t Section

    April 2018

    Switzerlan d County is loc ated in southeast In dia n a, an d is b oun ded b y the counties of Jefferson, Ripley an d Ohio to the west, northwest an d north, respectively. The state of Kentuc ky b orders the county to the south an d east. The en tire county lies within the Ohio River Basin . The potentiom etric surfac e is a m easure of the pressure on groun dwater in a water b earin g form ation. Wells are com pleted in aquifers at various depths, an d typic ally, un der con fin ed con ditions (b oun ded b y im perm ea b le layers ab ove an d b elow the water b earin g form ation). However, som e wells are com pleted un der un con fin ed (not b oun ded b y im perm ea b le layers) settin gs. Water in a con fin ed aquifer, whic h is un der hydrostatic pressure, will rise in a well ab ove the top of the water b earin g form ation. In contrast, groun dwater in an un con fin ed aquifer, whic h is at atm ospheric pressure, will not rise in a well ab ove the top of the water b earin g form ation. Static water-level m easurem en ts ob tain ed from in dividual wells used to construct county potentiom etric surfac e m aps are in dic ative of the water-level at the tim e of well com pletion. The groun dwater level within an aquifer constan tly fluctuates in response to rain fall, evapotran spiration, groun dwater m ovem en t an d pum page. Therefore, m easured static water-levels in an area m ay differ due to loc al or season al variations. Bec ause fluctuations in groun dwater are typic ally sm all, static water-levels c an b e used to construct a gen eralized potentiom etric surfac e m ap. As a gen eral rule, b ut certain ly n ot always, groun dwater flow approxim ates the overlyin g topography an d in tersects the lan d surfac e at m ajor stream s. The potentiom etric surfac e m ap of the b edroc k aquifers was m apped b y contourin g the elevations of 32 static water-levels reported on well records rec eived prim arily over a 50 year period. U n iversal Tran sverse M erc ator (U TM ) coordin ates, used in loc atin g the water wells, were either physic ally ob tain ed in the field, determ in ed through address geocodin g, or reported on water well records. The loc ation of the m ajority of the water well records used to m ake the potentiom etric surfac e m aps were field verified. Elevation data were ob tain ed from a digital elevation