Federal-State Cooperative Program in Kansas, seminar proceedings, July 1985

Open-File Report 85-641



During the past few years, water-resource management in Kansas has undergone reorientation with the creation of the Kansas Water Authority and the Kansas Water office. New thrusts toward long-term goals based on the Kansas State Water plan demand strong communication and coordination between all water-related agencies within the State. The seminar discussed in this report was an initial step by the Kansas Water Office to assure the continued presence of a technical-coordination process and to provide an opportunity for the U.S. Geological Survey to summarize their technical-informational activities in Kansas for the benefit of State and Federal water agencies with the State. The seminar was held on July 8 and 9, 1985, in Lawrence, Kansas. The agenda included a summary of the data-collection activities and short synopses of projects completed within the past year and those currently underway. The data program discussions described the information obtained at the surface water, groundwater, water quality, and sediment sites in Kansas. Interpretive projects summarized included studies in groundwater modeling, areal hydrologic analysis, regional analysis of floods , low-flow, high-flow, and flow-volume characteristics, water quality of groundwater and lakes, and traveltime and transit-loss analysis. (USGS)
Publication type Report
Publication Subtype USGS Numbered Series
Title Federal-State Cooperative Program in Kansas, seminar proceedings, July 1985
Series title Open-File Report
Series number 85-641
DOI 10.3133/ofr85641
Edition -
Year Published 1985
Language ENGLISH
Publisher U.S. Geological Survey,
Description vi, 39 p. :ill., maps ;28 cm.
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