Arkansas River, 1995

Newest Items

KGS Open-file Report 2019-19, High Plains Aquifer Index Well Program: 2018 Annual Report, by J. J. Butler, Jr., D. O. Whittemore, E. Reboulet, S. Knobbe, B. B. Wilson, and G. C. Bohling

KGS Open-file Report 2019-18, Kansas River Alluvial Aquifer: Water Use and Real-Time Monitoring, Guide for Field Trip, March 27, 2019, Geological Society of America, 2019 Joint Section Meeting, Manhattan, Kansas, by Donald O. Whittemore, Brownie Wilson, and James J. Butler, Jr.

KGS Open-file Report 2019-17, Maintenance of the Kansas Geological Survey's Data Services to the National Groundwater Monitoring Network and Establishment of a Trend Well Network in the Kansas River Alluvial Aquifer, by Brownie Wilson

KGS Open-file Report 2019-2, Assessing Playas as Point Sources for Recharge of the High Plains Aquifer, Western Kansas, by William C. Johnson, Randy L. Stotler, Mark W. Bowen, Jude H. Kastens, Daniel R. Hirmas, Dakota J. Burt, and Kaitlin A. Salley

KGS Open-file Report 2019-3, Addressing Groundwater Goals of the Missouri Regional Planning Area, Phase II: First Year Progress Report, by Geoffrey C. Bohling, Donald O. Whittemore, Andrea E. Brookfield, Edward C. Reboulet, Blake B. Wilson, James J. Butler, Jr.

New Website: Kansas River Index Well Network

In a presentation hosted by the Salina Art Center, the Survey's Jim Butler discussed Kansas' invisible water crisis and the depletion of the Ogallala Aquifer, one of the largest underground sources of freshwater in the world. View on YouTube at

New Website: Addressing the Groundwater Goals of the Missouri Regional Planning Area

KU Hydrogeology Program--a cooperative program with the KU Department of Geology to teach and mentor students in hydrogeology

Water research at the University of Kansas: