Mahomet Aquifer

The Mahomet Aquifer is the most important aquifer in east-central Illinois. The sand and gravel aquifer is part of the buried Mahomet Bedrock Valley. It underlies 15 counties and ranges from 50 to 200 feet (15 to 60 m) thick. It supplies over 100,000,000 US gallons (380,000 m3) per day of groundwater for public water use, industrial supply, and irrigation.

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Mahomet Aquifer Consortium
... The Mahomet Aquifer Consortium (MAC) was formed in 1998 with the purpose of developing a study and management plan for the aquifer ... The goal of the MAC is to study the aquifer so that informed decisions can be made about meeting future water demand as populations increase and extreme weather events occur (MAC, 2004) ...

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