Measurement of ground-water storage change and specific yield using the temporal-gravity method near Rillito Creek, Tucson, Arizona

@article{Pool1997MeasurementOG,
  title={Measurement of ground-water storage change and specific yield using the temporal-gravity method near Rillito Creek, Tucson, Arizona},
  author={D. Pool and W. Schmidt},
  journal={Water-Resources Investigations Report},
  year={1997}
}
  • D. Pool, W. Schmidt
  • Published 1997
  • Environmental Science
  • Water-Resources Investigations Report
  • The temporal-gravity method was used to estimate ground-water storage and change and specificyield values at wells near Rillito Creek, Tucson, Arizona, between early December 1992 and early January 1994. The method applies Newton’s Law of Gravitation to measure changes in the local gravitational field of the Earth that are caused by changes in the mass and volume of ground water. Gravity at 50 stations in a 6-square-mile area was measured repeatedly relative to gravity at two bedrock stations… CONTINUE READING

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