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Introduction

Geography

General Geology

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Ground Water
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Recharge

Table 4--Summary of recharge in the Wichoita Well Field. Data from files of the Water Department, Wichita, Kansas.

Period from August 30, 1940 to ... Area affected by pumping, acres Net reduction in storage, acre-feet Quantity of water pumped, acre-feet Quantity of water derived from recharge, acre-feet Percent of total water pumped derived from recharge
January 1, 1944 32,300 33,900 51,900 17,700 34
January 1, 1948 34,700 49,800 135,800 86,000 63
January 1, 1952 32.400 50,200 230,000 179,800 79
January 1, 1955 66,000 111,000 330,300 219,000 67
January 1, 1958 47,400 115,000 409,000 294,000 72
January 1, 1960 57,000 107,000 462,000 355,000 77

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  Kansas Geological Survey, Geohydrology of Sedgwick County
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Web version April 1998. Original publication date Dec. 1965.
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