Depletion and capture: revisiting "the source of water derived from wells".

@article{Konikow2014DepletionAC,
  title={Depletion and capture: revisiting "the source of water derived from wells".},
  author={Leonard F. Konikow and S. A. Leake},
  journal={Ground water},
  year={2014},
  volume={52 Suppl 1},
  pages={100-11}
}
A natural consequence of groundwater withdrawals is the removal of water from subsurface storage, but the overall rates and magnitude of groundwater depletion and capture relative to groundwater withdrawals (extraction or pumpage) have not previously been well characterized. This study assesses the partitioning of long-term cumulative withdrawal volumes into fractions derived from storage depletion and capture, where capture includes both increases in recharge and decreases in discharge… CONTINUE READING

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