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Quantifying groundwater recharge beneath furrow irrigated corn using lysimetry, an unsaturated zone water balance and numerical modeling
Understanding the effects of new irrigation methods on groundwater recharge rates in semi-arid regions is becoming more important as the demand for water in these areas increases. Predicting groundwater recharge under ...
Comparison Of Alternative Estimators Of Deep Percolation In Full And Deficit Irrigation
Farmers are increasingly selling their water rights to growing municipalities and abandoning their farms (buy and dry). A loss of food production in the midst of a growing population is a recipe for food shortages. There ...
Effects of long-term pumping on recharge processes in an alluvial-bedrock aquifer system
The response to pumping in multi-aquifer systems involves complex processes which can significantly affect regional water budgets. Particularly where long-term pumping has occurred, drawdown might take decades to propagate ...
Numerical modeling and hydrochemical analysis of the current and future state of seawater intrusion in the Todos Santos aquifer, Mexico
Contributor:Fichera, Marissa M.
The Todos Santos aquifer, Baja California Sur, Mexico, provides the sole source of freshwater to the town of Todos Santos, and is utilized for domestic and agricultural needs crucial to the town's economy. The region is ...
Coupled continuum pipe-flow modeling of karst groundwater flow in the Madison limestone aquifer, South Dakota
Contributor:Saller, Stephen Paul
Karst carbonate aquifers are traditionally difficult to model due to extreme permeability heterogeneities and non-Darcian flow. New modeling techniques and test applications are needed to improve simulation capabilities ...