North-Carolina Groundwater

Groundwater levels for regions across north-carolina

Water is naturally stored below the surface of the ground between the cracks and fractures in 'pools' refered to as aquifiers. The depth at which water is found is considered to be the water table. In fact, there is more water under us in the water table than all the surface water across groundwaters and lakes combined. This is the reason that groundwater is the primary source for 'useable' water in the nation.

USGS Site State 24hr Change (%) vs Average (%) Volatility (%)
TR-066 (NC-147) PISGAH FOREST (ALLUVIUM)
USGS 351709082434101
North-Carolina -0.34 -1.08 16.22
TR-065 (NC-144) AT BLANTYRE, NC (REGOLITH)
USGS 351808082374302
North-Carolina 0.2 -2.98 12.73
HW-047 (NC-40) CHAMPION WELL NR CRUSO (REGOLITH)
USGS 352315082484401
North-Carolina -0.66 -20.18 14.95
IR-130 LANGTREE RS MW-2S NR MT MOURNE (REGOLITH)
USGS 353135080524201
North-Carolina 0.16 -3.77 8.71
RO-149 (NC-193) PIEDMONT RS 1 NR BARBER (REGOLITH)
USGS 354057080362601
North-Carolina -0.58 -14.69 15
CD-101 GRANITE FALLS RS TRANSITION ZONE WELL
USGS 355031081243202
North-Carolina 0.69 -0.9 39.99
CD-102 GRANITE FALLS RS BEDROCK WELL
USGS 355031081243203
North-Carolina -0.05 0.87 13.55
DV-025 (NC-142) NR MOCKSVILLE, NC (REGOLITH)
USGS 355359080331701
North-Carolina -1.39 -18.73 10.47

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