# Analytical Solutions and Computer Programs for Hydraulic Interaction of Stream-Aquifer Systems

@inproceedings{Barlow1998AnalyticalSA, title={Analytical Solutions and Computer Programs for Hydraulic Interaction of Stream-Aquifer Systems}, author={Paul M. Barlow and Allen F. Moench}, year={1998} }

- Published 1998
DOI:10.3133/ofr98415a

Analytical solutions to the ground-waterflow equation are derived for ten cases of hydraulic interaction between a stream and a confined, leaky, or water-table aquifer. The ten aquifer types for which analytical solutions are derived are: a semi-infinite or finite-width confined aquifer; a semi-infinite or finite-width leaky aquifer with constant head overlying the aquitard; a semi-infinite or finite-width leaky aquifer with an impermeable layer overlying the aquitard; a semi-infinite or finite… CONTINUE READING

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