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Estimates of ground-water recharge rates for two small basins in central Nevada
Robert W. Lichty
by U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Geological Survey, Earth Science Information Center, Open-File Reports Section [distributor] in Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Other titles||Estimates of ground water recharge rates for two small basins in central Nevada|
|Statement||by Robert W. Lichty and Patrick W. McKinley ; prepared in cooperation with the Nevada Operations Office, U.S. Department of Energy.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 94-4104|
|Contributions||McKinley, P. W., Geological Survey (U.S.), United States. Dept. of Energy. Nevada Operations Office|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
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Estimates of ground-water recharge rates developed from hydrologic modeling studies are presented for 3-Springs and East Stewart basins, two small basins (analog sites) located in central Nevada. The analog-site studies were conducted to aid in the estimation of recharge to the paleohydrologic regime associated with ground water in the vicinity.
Hydrologic implications of greater ground-water recharge to Las Vegas Valley, Nevada Article in JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 36(5) - June with 8 Reads. A spatially variable net infiltration model (INFIL ) was used to estimate the volume and spatial distribution of potential recharge to two basins: Red Light Draw and Eagle Flats.
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Szilagyi, Jozsef Zlotnik, Vitaly A. Gates, John B. and Jozsa, Janos Cited by: Estimating groundwater recharge in arid or semiarid regions can be a difficult and complex task, since it is dependent on a highly variable set of spatial and temporal hydrologic parameters and processes that are dependent on the local climate, the land surface properties, and subsurface characteristics.
As a result, traditional methods for estimating the recharge can result in a wide range of Cited by: 2. However, recharge rates are one of the most poorly constrained hydrological parameters in almost all groundwater flow and transport models (Lerner et al.,Anderson and Woessner, ), and the least understood, largely because recharge rates vary widely in space and time, and rates are difficult to measure directly (Healy, ).Cited by: ABSTRACT: To quantify and model the natural ground water recharge process, six sites located in the midwest and eastern United States where previous water balance observations had been made were compared to computerized techniques to estimate: (1) base flow and (2) ground water recharge.
Results from an existing automated digital filter technique for separating baseflow from daily streamflow Cited by: Research Opportunities in Interdisciplinary Ground-Water Science in the U.S.
Geological Survey that are currently underway to couple watershed models with variably saturated subsurface-flow models will improve estimates of ground-water recharge rates and our understanding of the effects of climate change on the timing and amounts of ground Cited by: 4.
Although most engineered MAR systems (e.g., infiltration basins, aquifer storage, and recovery) can achieve high recharge rates (>10 m per year) their small, localized footprint (few tens of square meters to a few hectares), high capital and maintenance cost along with requirements for creation and maintenance of conveyance and pumping systems Cited by: 1.
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Ardis, 1 U. Geological Survey, Holcomb Bridge Road, SuiteNorcross, Georgia 2 U. Geological Survey, Exchange Drive, Austin, Texas, Estimates of ground-water recharge must be viewed with caution. The panel therefore recommends that efforts be made to characterize more fully the recharge and discharge rates for the ground-water system in the W.
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