Lithologic influences on groundwater recharge through incised glacial till from profile to regional scales : Evidence from glaciated Eastern Nebraska

@inproceedings{Gates2014LithologicIO,
  title={Lithologic influences on groundwater recharge through incised glacial till from profile to regional scales : Evidence from glaciated Eastern Nebraska},
  author={John B. Gates and Gregory V. Steele and Paolo Nasta and J{\'o}zsef Szil{\'a}gyi},
  year={2014}
}
[1] Variability in sediment hydraulic properties associated with landscape depositional and erosional features can influence groundwater recharge processes by affecting soil-water storage and transmission. This study considers recharge to aquifers underlying river-incised glaciated terrain where the distribution of clay-rich till is largely intact in upland locations but has been removed by alluvial erosion in stream valleys. In a stream-dissected glacial region in eastern Nebraska (Great… CONTINUE READING

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