Projected ground-water development, ground-water levels, and stream-aquifer leakage in the South Fork Solomon River Valley between Webster Reservoir and Waconda Lake, north-central Kansas, 1979-2020

@article{Kume1985ProjectedGD,
  title={Projected ground-water development, ground-water levels, and stream-aquifer leakage in the South Fork Solomon River Valley between Webster Reservoir and Waconda Lake, north-central Kansas, 1979-2020},
  author={Jack Kume and Richard J. Lindgren and Lloyd E. Stullken},
  journal={Water-Resources Investigations Report},
  year={1985}
}
  • Jack Kume, Richard J. Lindgren, Lloyd E. Stullken
  • Published 1985
  • Geology
  • Water-Resources Investigations Report
  • A two-dimensional finite-difference computer model was used to project changes in the potentiometric surface, saturated thickness, and streamaquifer leakage in an alluvial aquifer resulting from four instances of projected ground-water development. The alluvial aquifer occurs in the South Fork Solomon River valley between Webster Reservoir and Waconda Lake in north-central Kansas. In the first two projections, pumpage for irrigation was held constant at 1978 rates throughout the projection… CONTINUE READING

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