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Simulation of the Effects of Development of the Ground-Water Flow System of Long Island, New York

U.S. Geological Survey, Water-Resources Investigations Report 98-4069

by Herbert T. Buxton and Douglas A. Smolensky


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Section 1 -- 1.82 MB

Abstract

Introduction

Principles of simulation analysis

 

Section 2 -- 2.04 MB

Hydrogeologic framework

Section 3 -- 2.14 MB

Predevelopment hydrologic conditions (pre-1900)

Section 4 -- 2.39 MB

Effects of development on the ground-water system

Hydrologic conditions during 1968-83

Section 5 -- 1.58 MB

1960's drought conditions

Hydrologic effects of a water-supply strategy for the year 2020

Section 6 -- 2.18 MB

Hydrologic effects of a water-supply strategy for the year 2020 (cont'd)

Summary

References cited


 

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