Water in storage and approaches to ground-water management, High Plains aquifer, 2000

@inproceedings{McGuire2003WaterIS,
  title={Water in storage and approaches to ground-water management, High Plains aquifer, 2000},
  author={V. L. McGuire and Michaela R. Johnson and R. Schieffer and J. Stanton and S. K. Sebree and I. Verstraeten},
  year={2003}
}
  • V. L. McGuire, Michaela R. Johnson, +3 authors I. Verstraeten
  • Published 2003
  • Geology
  • FOREWORD he High Plains aquifer is the principal source for irrigation and drinking water in one of the major agricultural areas in the Nation. For any natural resource (for example, water, minerals, or energy), decisions about future utilizations depend on having a clear understanding of the status of the resource, the amount that has already been extracted, the amount remaining, and the impact of further depletion. This Circular reports on the available water in the High Plains aquifer in… CONTINUE READING
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