||Groundwater-Surface Water Integration Study in the Grand Prairie of Arkansas.
Griffi, Carl L. ;
||Arkansas Univ., Fayetteville. Water Resources Research Center.
||Pub-11; DI-14-31-0001-3804; OWRR-A-010-ARK; 06509,; A-010-ARK(4)
( Aquifers ;
Mathematical models) ;
( Ground water recharge ;
Water supply ;
Computer programs ;
PL/1 programming language ;
Grand Prairie ;
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A mathematical model of the Quaternary Aquifer of the Grand Prairie, Arkansas was developed and used to evaluate a variety of methods of artificailly recharging this aquifer. In addition, the model was used to evaluate the impact of various levels of water management and the probable movement of artificially recharged water in the aquifer. Improved water management and the use of recharge wells were the most promising alternatives. The rate of movement of recharged water was determined by the model to be 300ft/yr. under a gradient of 16ft/mile. (Author)