For more information, contact:
Montana Ground Water Assessment Program
Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology
Montana Tech of The University of Montana
1300 West Park Street
Butte, Montana 59701-8997
The Montana Ground Water Assessment Program (GWAP) is mapping the distribution and documenting the water quality and physical properties of the State's aquifers. The Montana Ground Water Assessment Act of 1991 established the characterization program and the complementary program to conduct long-term, statewide monitoring of groundwater quality and water levels. A statewide steering committee establishes policy and coordinates the entire Ground Water Assessment Program.
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Within GWAP are the Groundwater Monitoring Program—a long-term well monitoring program—the Ground Water Characterization Program, which provides basic information about aquifers within specific areas as prioritized by the Ground Water Assessment Steering Committee, and the Ground Water Information Center (GWIC), our online database where customers seek groundwater data generated by MBMG projects, logs from water-well drilling, and results from water-quality sampling.
GWIC by the Numbers
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