Changes in the volume of water in the Mississippi River alluvial aquifer in the Delta, northwestern Mississippi, 1980-94
J. K. Arthur, Mississippi. Office of Land and Water Resources, United States. Natural Resources Conservation Service, Geological Survey (U.S.)
U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, 1995 - Nature - 12 pages
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6,665 square miles 75 acre-feet acre-feet during fall acre-feet less acre-feet of water alluvium elevation Analysis indicates aquifer from fall aquifer in area area 5 decreased base of alluvium Bluff Hills Bolivar County change in volume coarse sand compute the volume decrease in volume Department of Environmental fall 1994 table Fall Spring Fall fall to spring five selected areas gravel elevation HYDROGEOLOGY ice storm increased from fall increased pumpage least volume mile in area Mississippi Delta Mississippi Department Mississippi River alluvial Natural Resources Conservation northwestern Mississippi Office of Land OLWR potentiometric surface recharge Resources Conservation Service River alluvial aquifer River alluvial plain River at Vicksburg sand and gravel selected study areas Spring Fall Spring spring to fall study period Study Study Study Sunflower-Leflore County line top of coarse U.S. Geological Survey upper confining unit volume during fall volume of ground volume of water water levels water per square water-level elevation