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Coupled continuum pipe-flow modeling of Karst groundwater flow in the Madison limestone aquifer, South Dakota
Author(s):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 ...
Numerical modeling and hydrochemical analysis of the current and future state of seawater intrusion in the Todos Santos aquifer, Mexico
Author(s):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 ...
Snow sublimation and seasonal snowpack variability
Author(s):Sexstone, Graham A.
In the western United States, seasonal melt from snow in mountainous regions serves as an essential water resource for ecological and anthropological needs, and improving our abilities to quantify the amount of water stored ...
Predicting stream temperatures for native fish habitat management in White River National Forest, Colorado
Author(s):Laurel, DeAnna Jean
Stream temperature is a critical habitat parameter for many cold-water fish, particularly the salmonids family that includes trout. Colorado River cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii pleuriticus), a native fish in the ...
Rivers and beaver-related restoration in Colorado
Reintroducing North American beaver (Castor canadensis) to streams within their historic range can restore aquatic and riparian habitat where historic beaver loss has initiated degradation. Determining where beavers can ...