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Use of computer programs STLK1 and STWT1 for analysis of stream-aquifer hydraulic interaction
Leslie A. Desimone
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Information Services [distributor] in Marlborough, Mass, Denver, CO
Written in English
|Statement||by Leslie A. Desimone and Paul M. Barlow|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 98-4212|
|Contributions||Barlow, Paul M, Geological Survey (U.S.). Ground-water Resources Program, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 61 p. :|
|Number of Pages||61|
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This report describes the use of two computer programs, STLK1 and STWT1, to analyze the hydraulic interaction of streams with confined, leaky, and water-table aquifers during periods of stream-stage fuctuations and uniform, areal recharge.
STLK1 and STWT1 compiled for Microsoft Windows [MB EXE], with source codes, documentation, and test problems: Documentation Barlow, P.M., and Moench, A.F.,Analytical solutions and computer programs for hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer systems: U.S.
Geological Survey Open-File Report A, 85 p. Get this from a library. Use of computer programs STLK1 and STWT1 for analysis of stream-aquifer hydraulic interaction. [Leslie A Desimone; Paul M Barlow; Geological Survey (U.S.).
Ground-water Resources Program.]. Use of computer programs STLK1 and STWT1 for analysis of stream-aquifer hydraulic interaction / by Leslie A.
Desimone and Paul M. : Leslie A. Desimone. Evaluation of Stream-Aquifer Interaction Using Experimental Data and an Analytical Model. Use of Computer Programs STLK1 and STWT1 for Analysis of Stream-Aquifer Hydraulic Interaction. stream-stage fluctuations.
The computer programs use the convolution relation to calculate changes in ground-water levels at an observation well or observation piezometer, seepage rates at the stream-aquifer boundary, and bank storage. The program designated STLK1 was developed for application to confined a nd leaky aquifers, and the.
Two computer programs are described that evaluate the analytical solutions for time-varying stream-stage or recharge stresses that are specified by the user. The programs can simulate the effects of stream-stage fluctuations for all aquifer types. This report presents analytical solutions to the ground-water-flow equation for hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer systems.
The solutions are applicable to confined, leaky, and water- table aquifers. Two computer programs are describe d that were written to evaluate these analytical Size: 1MB. Water Resources Software. This software and related material (data and documentation) are made available by the U.S.
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Aquifers simulated by use of programs STLK1 and STWT1 may be either laterally extensive (semi inﬁnite) or ﬁnite in width and may have a thin layer of low-permeability material at the interface between the aquifer and stream.
To improve the river environment in an urbanized basin, it is important to restore the hydrologic relationships between streams and aquifers.
In this paper, the dynamic interaction between them, the so-called “bank storage effect,” is analyzed based on hydraulic models of a stream-aquifer by: 5.
Browse the USGS Publication Warehouse Use of computer programs STLK1 and STWT1 for analysis of stream-aquifer hydraulic interaction,Water-Resources Investigations Report Effluent mixing characteristics below four wastewater-treatment facilities in southwestern Montana, Water-Resources Investigations Report Stream-aquifer interaction is the most common subject of papers discussing surface water-ground water interaction and a review of analytical solutions to the problem is lacking from the literature.
Paul M. Barlow. United States Geological Survey Use of Computer Programs STLK1 and STWT1 for Analysis of Stream-Aquifer Hydraulic Interaction.
This software and related material (data and documentation) are made available by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) to be used in the public interest and the advancement of science.
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L.A DeSimone, P.M BarlowUse of computer programs STLK1 and STWT1 for analysis of stream–aquifer hydraulic interaction US Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report, () (61pp)Cited by: Use of computer programs STLK1 and STWT1 for analysis of stream-aquifer hydraulic interaction.
Water Resources Investigations ReportU.S. Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado, 61 s. Firestone, M.K. Use of computer programs STLK1 and STWT1 for analysis of stream-aquifer hydraulic interaction.
Quantifying the hydraulic interaction of aquifers and streams is important in the analysis of stream base fow, flood-wave effects, and contaminant transport between surface- and ground-water systems. This report describes the use of two computer programs, STLK1 and STWT1, to analyze the hydraulic.
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