Stream-Aquifer System Analysisby Ali Eshett,
Morton W. Bittinger,
Serial Information: Journal of the Hydraulics Division, 1965, Vol. 91, Issue 6, Pg. 153-166
Document Type: Journal Paper
Abstract: Under the Prior Appropriation Doctrine, the establishment of rights to use natural stream flows was determined on a basis of time, without regard to relative position on the stream of the existence of ground-water supply stored below the land. The subsequent development of ground-water supplies from alluvium below and adjacent to the streams has presented the need for planned operation of the ground-water system in conjunction with the surface supplies—such conjunctive operation being directed at both an alleviation of water right conflicts and an improvement of over-all efficiency of water use. The interrelationships of the components of a stream-aquifer system are programmed for computer analysis. A simple hypothetical model is used to present sample results of operational relationships.
Subject Headings: Streamflow | Groundwater flow | Rivers and streams | Groundwater | Water conservation | Water supply systems | Aquifers
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