Ground-Water Availability Modeling of the Three Major Segments of the Edwards Aquifer, Central Texas
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The Edwards Aquifer of central Texas is subdivided into the northern, Barton Springs, and San Antonio segments. These segments, which are based on ground-water divides and other hydrogeologic boundaries, have many similarities in geographic and hydrogeologic aspects, but also have important differences. Ground-water availability models have been completed for each segment and are being used for ground-water management.
Ground-Water Availability, Edwards Aquifer, Barton Springs, Cretaceous, Limestone, Faults, Recharge
Ground-Water Availability; Edwards Aquifer; Barton Springs; Cretaceous; Limestone; Faults; Recharge
Smith, Brian A.; Hunt, Brian B.; Jones, Ian; Lindgren, Richard; and Schindel, Geary M., "Ground-Water Availability Modeling of the Three Major Segments of the Edwards Aquifer, Central Texas" (2005). KIP Articles. 2219.