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Landscape approach to identifying environments where ground water and surface water are closely interrelated

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Landscape approach to identifying environments where ground water and surface water are closely interrelated; 1995; Conference Paper; International Symposium on Groundwater Management - Proceedings; Winter, Thomas, C.

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Understanding the interaction of ground water and surface water is fundamental to solving many of the water resource problems facing the Nation. To facilitate efficient management of the Nation's water resources, a program of study and evaluation of the interaction of ground water and surface water is proposed that would emphasize intersite comparison between 24 environments throughout the Nation.

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Thomas C. Winter
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ASCE

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