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|Statement||by T. A. Prickett and C. G. Lonnquist.|
|Series||Illinois State Water Survey. Bulletin ;, 55, Bulletin (Illinois State Water Survey) ;, 55.|
|Contributions||Lonnquist, C. G., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TC176 .P75|
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|Number of Pages||62|
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Selected Digital Computer Techniques for Groundwater Resource Evaluation by T. Prickett and C. Lonnquist ABSTRACT Generalized digital computer program listings are given that can simulate one- two- and three-dimensional nonsteady flow of groundwater in heterogeneous aquifers under water table, nonleaky, and leaky artesian conditions.
“Selected Digital Computer Techniques for Groundwater Resource Evaluation,” by Prickett and Lonnquist (). A number of additional references are mentioned in the text. The author is indebted to Messrs. David W. Greenman and Maurice J. MundorfF, both formerly Project Advisors, U.S.
Geological. Publication Date: Personal Author: Prickett, T. A.; Lonnquist, C. Page Count: Abstract: Generalized digital computer program listings are given that can simulate one- two- or three-dimensional nonsteady flow of groundwater in hetrogenous aquifers under water table, nonleaky, and leaky artesian conditions.
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