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Groundwater availability model : Hill Country Portion of the Trinity Aquifer of Texas

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"The purpose of this report is to document updates to this earlier model. We updated the model by adding the Lower Trinity Aquifer as another layer to the model, revising the spatial distribution of parameters, such as recharge and pumping, and calibrating the steady-state water level and river discharge conditions for 1980 and historical transient water level and discharge conditions for 1987 through 1997. The calibrated model can be used to predict future water level changes that may result from various projected pumping rates and/or changes in climatic conditions."

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Creation Date: June 2011
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UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Texas State Publications
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Place of Publication: Austin, Texas
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  • Creation: June 2011
Description:

"The purpose of this report is to document updates to this earlier model. We updated the model by adding the Lower Trinity Aquifer as another layer to the model, revising the spatial distribution of parameters, such as recharge and pumping, and calibrating the steady-state water level and river discharge conditions for 1980 and historical transient water level and discharge conditions for 1987 through 1997. The calibrated model can be used to predict future water level changes that may result from various projected pumping rates and/or changes in climatic conditions."

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"June 2011."

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 160-165).

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viii, 165 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 28 cm

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Keyword(s): hydrostratigraphy | water levels and regional groundwater flows | calibrations | rivers, streams, springs, and lakes
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Series Title: Report (Texas Water Development Board : 1986)
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UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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Texas State Publications
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  • LOCAL-CONT-NO: txcs-0108
  • OCLC: 747272136 |
  • TXDOC: W600.7 R299 NO. 377
  • REP-NO: 377
  • ARK: ark:/67531/metapth326779
Resource Type: Report
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