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View Resource Use of Simulation-Optimization Modeling to Assess Regional Ground-Water Systems

Increasing?and often competing?demands on the Nation's ground-water resources are creating a need for improved scientific information and analysis techniques to better understand and manage gro...
View Resource Using Temperature to Study Stream-Ground Water Exchanges

Temperature plays a key role in the health of streams, including the benthic habitat of streambed sediments. Stream temperatures are influenced by exchanges between streams and nearby ground water...
View Resource Ground-Water Resources Program

Although often overlooked, ground water is increasingly important to all of our lives. Ground water is the primary source of drinking water to approximately half the Nation's population (134 million...
View Resource USGS Ground-Water Climate Response Network

The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) measures more than 20,000 wells each year for a variety of objectives as part of Federal programs and in cooperation with State and local agencies. Water-level data...
View Resource Ground-water recharge in humid areas of the United States: A Summary of Ground-Water Resources Program Studies, 2003-2006

This Fact Sheet summarizes the significant research contributions of recharge studies initiated by the GWRP in humid regions of the United States. As defined for these studies, the humid region...
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