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Table of Contents

Abstract

Introduction

Geography

Geology

Ground Water

Geologic Formations

Water Levels

Well Records

Logs of Test Holes

References

Plates

 

Figure 10

Figure 10--Graphs showing the water levels in four wells equipped with recorders, the cumulative departure from normal precipitation at Scott City since January 1, 1931, and the acreage irrigated from wells in the Scott Basin. (Water levels from automatic water-stage recorder charts and figures for irrigated acreage supplied by the Division of Water Resources, Kansas State Board of Agriculture. Cumulative departure compiled from records of the U.S. Weathers Bureau.)

if precipitation falls below needs, additional pumpage lowers well levels

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