Flow-system analysis of the Madison and Minnelusa aquifers in the Rapid City area, South Dakota--conceptual model

@article{Long2002FlowsystemAO,
  title={Flow-system analysis of the Madison and Minnelusa aquifers in the Rapid City area, South Dakota--conceptual model},
  author={A. Long and L. Putnam},
  journal={Water-Resources Investigations Report},
  year={2002}
}
  • A. Long, L. Putnam
  • Published 2002
  • Geology
  • Water-Resources Investigations Report
  • 1 Flow-System Analysis of the Madison and Minnelusa Aquifers in the Rapid City Area, South Dakota—Conceptual Model By Andrew J. Long and Larry D. Putnam ABSTRACT The conceptual model of the Madison and Minnelusa aquifers in the Rapid City area synthesizes the physical geography, hydraulic properties, and ground-water flow components of these important aquifers. The Madison hydrogeologic unit includes the karstic Madison aquifer, which is defined as the upper, more permeable 100 to 200 ft of the… CONTINUE READING
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