Ground-Water Resources of Townships 35 to 38, Ranges 1 to 4, West of 5th Meridian, Alberta (Markerville Area).
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Ground-Water Resources of Townships 35 to 38, Ranges 1 to 4, West of 5th Meridian, Alberta (Markerville Area). by Geological Survey of Canada.

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SeriesGeological Survey of Canada Water Supply Paper -- 317
ContributionsStalker, A.
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Open LibraryOL21904505M

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A quarter of a quarter contains 40 acres, etc. A legal land description for the public land states might, for instance, be written as: the west half of the northwest quarter, section 8, towns ra containing 80 acres, usually abbreviated as W½ of NW¼ 8=T38=R24, containing 80 acres. Township/Range/Section Table Listing Page 3 of 8 Updated 10/30/ 60 35 60 36 North Loma Township 61 1 61 2 61 3 61 4 61 5 61 6 61 7 61 8 61 9 61 10 61 11 61 12 61 13 61 14 File Size: 66KB. North; the next is Township 2 North; then comes Township 3, 4, 5, and 6, and so on. The same plan is followed South of the Base Line; the Townships being designated Township 1 South, Township 2 South, and so on. The “North” or “South” (the initials N. and S. being generally used) indicated the direction from the Base Line. See Diagram 3. Ground-water pumpage for irrigation began near Marana in , and, by , more than irrigation wells were in use in the northern and central parts of the valley (White and others, ; Whallon, ). Ground-water levels declined in many areas after .

Next, each township is divided into 36 sections. Each section is one mile square and contains acres. The sections are numbered from 1 to 36 in the order shown in the chart to the left (see the yellow squares which show a 'complete' township). The other colored squares represent 'incomplete' townships. These sources are capable of large ground-water production. Wells with capacities greater than gpm, or mgd, are quite common. Central Indiana In the central portion of the state ground-water conditions range from fair to good. Well yields from to gpm or from to mgd are typical for many large-diameter wells. CA DPR Township and Range - Seach By Description. 35 - SAN BENITO 36 - SAN BERNARDINO 37 - SAN DIEGO 38 - SAN FRANCISCO 39 - SAN JOAQUIN Townships, ranges, and sections are an extrapolation, and might not exist in the federal survey. For information only. User to . 35 26 21 13 17 14 31 25 14 34 33 24 12 30 35 13 21 27 36 22 15 30 22 14 10 16 19 31 18 23 32 12 15 36 13 32 37 24 12 1 6 34 18 33 10 15 Montana Public Land Survey Townships Map #10Prvt N or thS u f eB as L i n. H z l rows show Range numbers East or West of the Principal Meridian File Size: KB.

Ranges are also USUALLY SIX MILES in size. The first six miles west of the principal meridian would be range one west, R. 1 W.. R. 3 E. would be 12 to 18 miles east of the principal meridian. Each square, six miles by six miles is called a township. Townships are subdivided into SECTIONS. Since each township is six miles by six miles, township contains 36 square miles, each one forming a section. Likewise, lines to the east or west of the principal meridian were labeled "E" and "W". The N/S lines were called township lines and the E/W lines were called range lines. Township lines and range lines were then marked and laid out at 6-mile intervals resulting in 6-mile square parcels of land called townships.   This is conservation website that can give you sec, township, range If you go to You can go to public search and type in your address. The number that comes up will be township, range and section (xxxxxxxx) will be township 16 north, range 13 west. Keyword Search Results for Township Range Showing only the first U.S. maps for Township Range. Try different keywords to narrow your search.