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Analysis of water-level data and ground-water flow modeling at Fort Riley, Kansas

Nathan C. Myers

Analysis of water-level data and ground-water flow modeling at Fort Riley, Kansas

by Nathan C. Myers

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater flow -- Kansas -- Fort Riley -- Mathematical models.,
  • Water table -- Kansas -- Fort Riley.

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    Other titlesAnalysis of water level data and ground water flow modeling at Fort Riley, Kansas, USGS science for a changing world
    StatementN.C. Myers, P.J. Finnegan, and J.D. Breedlove ; prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Department of the Army, Fort Riley, Kansas.
    SeriesUSGS water-resources investigations report -- 99-4115, Water-resources investigations report -- 99-4115.
    ContributionsFinnegan, P. J., Breedlove, J. D., Fort Riley (Kan.), Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 folded sheet (6 p.) :
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    Open LibraryOL17133551M

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    Water quality evaluation is critically important for the protection and sustainable management of groundwater resources, which are variably vulnerable to ever-increasing human-induced physical and chemical pressures (e.g., overexploitation and pollution of aquifers) and to climate change/variability. Preceding studies have applied a variety of tools and techniques, ranging from conventional to Safe yield is commonly defined as the attainment and maintenance of a long-term balance between the amount of ground water withdrawn annually and the annual amount of recharge (Sophocleous, ; Sophocleous and Sawin, ).Therefore, safe yield allows water users to pump no more ground water than is replenished naturally through precipitation and surface-water seepage, generally known as

      The extraction of groundwater can generate land subsidence by causing the compaction of susceptible aquifer systems, typically unconsolidated alluvial or basin-fill aquifer systems comprising aquifers and aquitards. Various ground-based and remotely sensed methods are used to measure and map subsidence. Many areas of subsidence caused by groundwater pumping have been identified Abstract. Aquifer pumping tests are an integral component of aquifer characterization because they provide quantitative data on large-scale aquifer hydraulic properties such as aquifer transmissivity, storativity, and the vertical hydraulic conductivity (leakance) of confining ://


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Analysis of Water-Level Data and Ground-Water Flow Modeling at Fort Riley, Kansas A/.C. Myers, P.J. Finnegan, and J.D. Breedlove The purpose of this report is to describe how analyses of periodic and continuous ground- and surface-water-level data collected at Fort Riley, Kansas, and a ground-water flow model can be used to: (1) characterize Get this from a library.

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