Hydrologic effects of ground-and surface-water withdrawals in the Howe area, Lagrange County, Indiana

@article{Bailey1985HydrologicEO,
  title={Hydrologic effects of ground-and surface-water withdrawals in the Howe area, Lagrange County, Indiana},
  author={Zelda Chapman Bailey and Theodore K. Greeman and E. James Crompton},
  journal={Water-Resources Investigations Report},
  year={1985}
}
  • Zelda Chapman Bailey, Theodore K. Greeman, E. James Crompton
  • Published 1985
  • Environmental Science
  • Water-Resources Investigations Report
  • Geometry and hydraulic characteristics of a 46.5-square-mile area of the sand and gravel outwash-aquifer system between Fawn and Pigeon Rivers in Lagrange County were defined in a study of the effect of current and potential uses of water on the aquifer, streams, lakes, and wetlands. There are three aquifers: Aquifer 1, a surficial water-table aquifer, ranges from 10 to 60 feet in thickness; its hydraulic conductivity averages 210 ft/d (feet per day), and transmissivity ranges from 5,000 to 16… CONTINUE READING