Hydrology, Volume 6, Issue 1 (March 2019) – 28 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Since 1935, groundwater levels have declined in aquifers of the Palouse River Basin, particularly in the South Fork Palouse River Basin (Basin) in north-central Idaho and eastern Washington. Groundwater provides a primary source for industry and agriculture in the region and is the sole source of municipal water. Extrapolation of the current trend in declining groundwater levels indicates the possibility of insufficient groundwater resources to meet future community needs. Previous studies have suggested that recharge is entering the aquifer system through pathways beginning in sediments along the margin of the Basin. However, attempts to model the aquifers to predict the decline in groundwater levels have produced mixed results due to lack of resolution in recharge sources, subsystem connectivity, and identifiable flow patterns. View this paper.
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