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ABSTRACT: Declining ground-water levels and spring discharges have heightened water user concerns about the sustainability of the Snake River Plain aquifer in southern Idaho. Diminished recharge fromExpand
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Modeling Conjunctive Water Use as a Reciprocal Externality
A reciprocal externality is created in the conjunctive use of hydrologically connected surface and ground water. Hydrologic and economic modeling are integrated to conduct basin-wide cost benefitExpand
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Outcome of a Hepatitis C Outbreak Among Patients in a Pain Management Clinic
Background and AimsThe aims of this study are to evaluate the natural history and response to therapy of patients following a hepatitis C outbreak in a pain management clinic.MethodsA retrospectiveExpand
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Computer modeling of five-spot well pattern fluid flow during in situ uranium leaching
This Bureau of Mines report describes the development and application of a computer model of aquifer hydrology associated with in situ leaching of uranium. The model provides uranium resourceExpand
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New Synthesis of TATB. Scaleup and Product Characterization
At the 29th International Annual Conference of ICT (1998), the authors described the results of laboratory-scale process development studies for a new synthesis ofExpand
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Oral history interview with Robert D. Schmidt
Business Objects Designer XI V3: Creating Universes with
Creating Universes with Business Objects Designer XI V3 is a complete learning system consisting of a thorough book and a professionally designed computer-based training application. Expand
Conversion of Surplus Picric Acid/Explosive D to Higher Value Products
The global demilitarization of nuclear and conventional munitions is producing millions of pounds of surplus energetic materials. Historically, energetic materials (high explosives, propellants, andExpand
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Some considerations regarding the steady-state response of shallow aquifers to underground mining
The effect of underground room and pillar mine development (first mining only) on shallow ground water aquifers is often difficult to predict. A hydrogeologic context that includes not only theExpand