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Proposed Management Areas--References

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Belitz, K., and Bredehoeft, J. D., 1988, Hydrodynamics of the Denver basin: explanation of fluid subnormal pressures: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 72(11), pp. 1334-1359.

Butler, J.J., Jr., and Liu, W.Z., 1991, Pumping tests in non-uniform aquifers--the linear strip case: Journal of Hydrology, v. 128, p. 69-99.

Frye, J.C., and Brazil, J.J., 1943, Ground water in the oil-field areas of Ellis and Russell counties, Kansas: Kansas Geological Survey, Bulletin 50, 104 p. [available online]

Lobmeyer, D.H., and Weakly, E.C., 1979, Water in the Dakota formation, Hodgeman and Ford counties, southwestern Kansas: Kansas Geological Survey, Irrigation Series 5, 41 p. [available online]

Macfarlane, P.A., Townsend, M.A., Whitemore, D.O., Doveton, J.H., and Staton, M., 1988, Hydrogeology and water chemistry of the Great Plains (Dakota, Kiowa, and Cheyenne) and Cedar Hills aquifers in central Kansas--end of contract report: Kansas Geological Survey, Open-File Report 88-39, 184 p. [available online]

Macfarlane, P.A., 1993, The effect of topographic relief and hydrostratigraphy on the upper part of the regional ground-water flow system, southeastern Colorado and western and central Kansas with emphasis on the Dakota aquifer: Ph.D. thesis, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, 197 p.

Macfarlane, P.A., and Smith, M.E., 1994, The Dakota aquifer of the central Great Plains: a unique example of the transition from deep basin to near-surface steady-state ground-water flow regimes: Water and Energy Resources of the Dakota Aquifer: Workshop and Clinic, Great Bend, KS, pp. 4-5.

Macfarlane, P.A., Whittemore, D.O., and Davisson, M.L., 1995, The use of major-ion geochemistry and geochemical tracers to evaluate conceptual, steady-state flow simulations of the Dakota aquifer in Kansas and southeastern Colorado: EOS, v. 76, no. 46, p. F265.

Macfarlane, P.A., in review, Is sustainability a viable concept in the management of confined aquifers in Kansas?: Kansas Geological Survey Bulletin, 44 p.

McDonald, M.G., and Harbaugh, A.W., 1988, A modular three-dimensional finite-difference ground-water flow model: U.S. Geological Survey, Techniques of Water Resources Investigations 06-A1, 576 p. [available online]

Smith, M.E., and Macfarlane, P.A., 1994, Automated ground-water modeling with ARC/INFO and MODFLOW: a three-dimensional regional flow model of the Dakota aquifer: Water and Energy Resources of the Dakota Aquifer: Workshop and Clinic, Great Bend, KS, pp. 20-21.

Smith, M.E., 1995, Hydrostratigraphic controls on ground-water flow and the distribution of chloride in the upper Dakota aquifer of southwestern Ellis County, Kansas: unpublished these: M.S., University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, 229 p.

Swineford, A. and Williams, H.L., 1945, The Cheyenne Sandstone and adjacent formations of a part of Russell County, Kansas: Kansas Geological Survey, Bulletin 60, part 4, pp. 101-168. [available online]

Wade, A., 1991, Determination of aquifer properties of the Dakota aquifer in Washington County, Kansas, from a pumping test: Kansas Geological Survey, Open-File Report 91-1c, 62 p. [available online]

Watts, K.R., 1989, Potential hydrologic effects of ground-water withdrawals from the Dakota aquifer, southwestern Kansas: U.S. Geological Survey, Water Supply Paper 2304, 47 p. [available online]

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Kansas Geological Survey, Dakota Aquifer Program
Original report available from the Kansas Geological Survey.
Electronic version placed online July 1996
Scientific comments to P. Allen Macfarlane
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