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Simulation of Groundwater Flow and Hydrologic Effects of Groundwater Withdrawals from the Kirkwood-Cohansey Aquifer System in the Pinelands of Southern New Jersey: Usgs Scientific Investigations Report 2012-5122

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Simulation of Groundwater Flow and Hydrologic Effects of Groundwater Withdrawals from the Kirkwood-Cohansey Aquifer System in the Pinelands of Southern New Jersey: Usgs Scientific Investigations Report 2012-5122 - Charles, Emmanuel G
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The Kirkwood-Cohansey aquifer system is an important source of present and future water supply in southern New Jersey. Because this unconfined aquifer system also supports sensitive wetland and aquatic habitats within the New Jersey Pinelands (Pinelands), water managers and policy makers need up-to-date information, data, and projections that show the effects of potential increases in groundwater withdrawals on these habitats. Finite-difference groundwater flow models (MODFLOW) were constructed for three drainage basins ...

Simulation of Groundwater Flow and Hydrologic Effects of Groundwater Withdrawals from the Kirkwood-Cohansey Aquifer System in the Pinelands of Southern New Jersey: Usgs Scientific Investigations Report 2012-5122 2013, Bibliogov

ISBN-13: 9781288853175

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