Groundwater Assessment Program

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Groundwater Assessment Program (GAP)

Marlon Cook, Director

Groundwater Assessment Program
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Information Distribution
›› Real-time monitoring    wells
›› Periodic monitoring wells
›› Scanned well records
›› Aquifer Recharge Areas    of Alabama

›› Selected water-related    publications by county
›› GSA on-line reports
›› Open-file Reports

Groundwater Level Records

Periodic Monitoring Wells

The GAP monitors groundwater levels in 369 water wells and discharges for 49 springs throughout the state. The wells are both publicly and privately owned and have a variety of purposes including unused, public, industrial, private water supply, stock, and irrigation. Some of the records in this program are older than 30 years and reflect the changing climatic conditions and water use patterns in the state.

To view wells with hydrographs, click on a county and then click the red well symbols to display the graph. Information is also available upon request for springs and wells with monitored water levels (yellow symbols). Please contact Marlon Cook or Amye Hinson for data on periodic wells.

Periodic Map


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