A Decision Support System for Administering Water Rights in an Alluvial Aquifer

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by John C. Tracy, (A.M.ASCE), South Dakota State Univ, Brookings, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Water Policy and Management: Solving the Problems

Abstract: A previously developed basin scale surface-ground water simulation model has been incorporated into a micro-computer based decision support system that simulates the transient ground water elevations and stream flow rates for the Rattlesnake Basin, within the Ground Water Management District #5, located in south-central Kansas. The system provides district personnel a visual interpretation of the results of the simulations, as well as options that allow for the selection of administrative decisions that affect the water flow characteristics in the region.

Subject Headings: Decision support systems | Flow simulation | Aquifers | Alluvial channels | Water rights | Groundwater management | Water resources | Basins | Groundwater flow | Hydrologic models | Transient flow | North America | Kansas | United States

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