Table 6--Results of pumping tests made on wells in Scott County, Kansas, using the Theis recovery method for determining permeability.
1. The specific capacity of a well is its rate of yield per unit of drawdown and is determined by dividing the tested capacity in gallons a minute by the drawdown in feet.
2. Coefficient of transmissibility divided by thickness of saturated water-bearing material; water temperature 60° F.; hence no correction for temperature is needed.
Kansas Geological Survey, Scott County Geohydrology|
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