Ground-water recharge rates were estimated by analysis of streamflow, precipitation, and . Water Supply Paper 2437. By: David J. Holtschlag.
Ground-water recharge rates were estimated by analysis of streamflow, precipitation, and s data. Streamflow data were partitioned into ge and components. Regression equations relate ground-water discharge to precipitation at each basin.
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Keywords Water balance,water table, hydrological cycle,Water. Ground-water recharge is a fundamental component in the. water balance of any watershed. However, because it is nearly. recharge rates in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan: . Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 2437, 37 p. International Journal of Engineering Associates (ISSN: 2320-0804) 8, Volume 5 Issue 2.
US Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 2437, 1-37. ABSTRACT: Multiple approaches have been used to estimate groundwater recharge in the Upper Awash river basin. has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Inter-Basin Groundwater Transfer and Multiple Approach Recharge Estimation of the Upper Awash Aquifer System. AUTHORS: Behailu Berehanu, Tilahun Azagegn, Tenalem Ayenew, Marco Masetti. The amount of recharge reaching the Upper Awash aquifer system from the Blue Nile sub-basins is also estimated. Water Balance, Chloride Mass Balance and HYDRUS 1D infiltration model are used to estimate recharge.
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Geological Survey (USGS) Ground-Water Resources Program (Grannemann, 2001). 1997, A generalized estimate of ground-water recharge rates in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan: . 8. International Journal of Engineering Associates (ISSN: 2320-0804) 9, Volume 5 Issue 2.
16 Monthly ground-water discharge Calculated by PULSE Automated base-flow- record estimation HYSEP PART. 17 Observations from the example Timing of recharge specified in the model is similar to timing of GWL rises. Over the period of analysis, total recharge (R) is nearly identical to total discharge (D) (about 21 inches). On a small time scale such as the month, R and D can be quite different. Monthly fluctuations of R can be greater than monthly fluctuation of D. (Such as months 7-11). A generalized estimate of. e rates in the lower penin-. US Geological Survey Water-. Hooper, R. P. and Shoemaker, C. A. (1986). Recharge rates and aquifer. hydraulic characteristics for selected drain-. age basins in middle and east Tennessee.
Holtschlag (1996) developed a generalized recharge map for the Lower Peninsula of Michigan by analysis of streamflow, precipitation, and soil data. Generalized, regional estimates of recharge such as these examples provide consistent methods for approximating recharge rates over large areas. 196 Vol. 45, No. 2-GROUND WATER-March–April 2007 (pages 196–208). This article is a . The purpose of this paper is to describe the develop-ment of a linear regression model to quantify regional recharge estimates at a regional scale.