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Groundwater Modeling in Minnesota.

Anderson, Erik, Richard Pennings, and Otto D.L. Strack.

As concern for Minnesota's water resources has intensified, so have efforts to monitor the water quality of the state's lakes and rivers and their interactions with the groundwater flowing in underground aquifers. Computer models of groundwater movements are helpful. In 1996 a professor of civil engineering and two graduate students developed an improved modeling formula for measuring groundwater and surface water interactions. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency was able to put the new formula to immediate use.

CURA Reporter
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Minneapolis: Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
Supported in part by an interactive research grant from CURA and the Office of the Vice President for Research, University of Minnesota.
26 (3): 9-11.
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Reporter 26 (3)

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