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deep with associated manholes along Barlow Road at Interstate 76, Exit 82 at an area with water at 3-feet to 6-feet below ground surface.
Fossil Oil plans to form a series of Joint Ventures for qualified Investors to participate in drilling these multiple pay formation wells consisting of the prolific Basal Oil Creek Sand found between 7,000' - 10,000' below ground surface.
5 m (Gieske, 1996) to almost 4 m below ground surface (Wolski and Savenije, 2006), depending on the time of the year and floodplain flood levels.
It was also the first time that the coveted title went to an above-ground pool - a pool type which can be seen as the poor relation to more traditional pools below ground surface.
It allows conservation tillage practices to be more easily and successfully carried out--such as strip tilling where fertilizer is placed below ground surface in a narrow band and then later the seeds are planted directly on top of these bands.
A total of 3,870 cubic yards of contaminated soil was located within a smear zone at 8-14 feet below ground surface," Project Manager Dinkuhn explained.
Sampling showed a widespread layer of chromium sludge, present in the soil from approximately two and a half feet below ground surface to a depth of as much as fourteen feet below ground surface.
9 million gallons of amendment into 42 injection wells screened at a depth of 275 feet below ground surface.