Bittinger (Morton W.) Papers
Morton W. Bittinger (1927-2001) was assistant professor and associate professor of civil engineering at Colorado State University from 1957 to 1967 where he was in charge of groundwater research. He was one of the first in the field to apply modern computer technology to the solution of groundwater problems. Bittinger's collection consists of articles and presentations he authored or co-authored by, as well as copies of his thesis and dissertation. For more information, see the
This digital collection, with materials dated 1963 to 1982, consists of papers Bittinger authored or co-authored concerning phreatophytes, groundwater-surface water conjunctive use, and water use efficiency.
Published papers by Bittinger and co-authors, including "Problems of Conjunctive Use of Surface Water and Ground Water Supplies," "Phreatophyte Removal--Salvaged Water?", and "Managing Water Resources to Optimize Irrigation, ...