Steady-state simulation of ground-water flow in the Rush Springs aquifer, western Oklahoma
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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Branch of Information Services [distributor] in [Reston, Va.?], Denver, CO .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Groundwater flow -- Oklahoma -- Mathematical models,
  • Aquifers -- Oklahoma

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Edition Notes

Other titlesSteady state simulation of ground water flow in the Rush Springs aquifer, western Oklahoma
Statementby Mark F. Becker ; in cooperation with the Oklahoma Water Resources Board and Oklahoma Geological Survey
SeriesWater-resources investigations report -- 98-4082
ContributionsOklahoma Water Resources Board, Oklahoma Geological Survey, Geological Survey (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 74 p., [14] p. :
Number of Pages74
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18081018M

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Book; Government Document Published [Reston, Va.?]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: Branch of Information Services [distributor], Language English Variant Title Steady state simulation of ground water flow in the Rush Springs aquifer, western Oklahoma Series Water-Resources Investigations Report SuDoc Number. Get this from a library! Steady-state simulation of ground-water flow in the Rush Springs aquifer, western Oklahoma. [Mark F Becker; Oklahoma Water Resources Board.; Oklahoma Geological Survey.; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Steady-state simulation of ground-water flow in the Rush Springs aquifer, western Oklahoma / By Mark F. Becker, Geological Survey (U.S.), Oklahoma Geological Survey. and Oklahoma Water Resources Board. Abstract. Shipping list no.: es bibliographical references (p. ).Mode of access: Internet. Buy Steady-state simulation of ground-water flow in the Rush Springs aquifer, western Oklahoma (SuDoc I /) by Becker, Mark F. (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Mark F. Becker.

STEADY-STATE SIMULATION OF GROUND WATER FLOW IN THE BLAINE AQUIFER, SOUTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA AND NORTHWESTERN TEXAS By D.L RUNKLE and J.S. McLEAN U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with the OKLAHOMA WATER RESOURCES BOARD and the OKLAHOMA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Cited by: 1. The Aquifer The Rush Springs aquifer underlies approximately 2, square miles in west central Oklahoma, including large portions of Caddo, Custer, Washita, and Grady counties. It is the second most developed aquifer in the state after the Ogallala. Caddo County is ranked fourth statewide in the amount of permitted groundwater per Size: 1MB.   MODFLOW is a groundwater modelling program. It can be compiled and remedied according to the practical applications. Because structure and fixed data format, MODFLOW can be integrated with geographic information system (GIS) for ground water resource management. Groundwater is a distinguished component of the hydrologic cycle. Groundwater is the water which Cited by: Becker, M.F., , Steady-State Simulation of Ground-Water Flow in the Rush Springs Aquifer, Western Oklahoma: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report

Steady-State Simulation of Ground-Water Flow in the Rush Springs Aquifer, Western Oklahoma By Mark F. Becker ABSTRACT A simplified steady-state ground-water flow model was prepared for the Rush Springs aquifer in western Oklahoma. A 3-kilometer square grid was established over the area containing two layers with active nodes simulated in the : M.F. Becker. Hydrogeology and Simulation of Groundwater Flow in the Central Oklahoma (Garber-Wellington) Aquifer, Oklahoma, to , and Simulation of Available Water in Storage, – A numerical groundwater-flow model of the Rush Springs aquifer was constructed by using MODFLOW with the Newton solver. Groundwater flow was simulated for January –December by using monthly stress periods, and an initial steady-state stress period was configured to represent mean annual inflows and : John Ellis. Modify your heat/diffusion code to solve the 1-D transient ground water flow equation. We wish to simulate temporal changes in the confined aquifer heads between two reservoirs (shown below). Assume the aquifer is m long, has a T of m2 min-1, and a storage coefficient of