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WRRCTR No.54 Effect of Storm Runoff Disposal and Other Artificial Recharge to Hawaiian Ghyben-Herzberg Aquifers

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Title WRRCTR No.54 Effect of Storm Runoff Disposal and Other Artificial Recharge to Hawaiian Ghyben-Herzberg Aquifers
Creator Peterson, Frank L Hargis, David R
Subject Aquifers -- Hawaii. Artificial groundwater recharge -- Hawaii. Runoff -- Hawaii -- Maui. Water quality -- Hawaii -- Maui.
Description Artificial recharge for the purpose of replenishing the fresh ground-water body in Hawaii has been deliberately practiced in a few areas for many years, and has been recognized as incidental to other practices, principally irrigation, in many areas for several decades. The effects of these various artificial recharge practices on Hawaii Ghyben-Herzberg aquifers are briefly described in this report. In recent years, the practice of artificially recharging wastewater such as storm runoff,...
Date 1971-11
Type Report
Identifier Peterson FL, Hargis DR. 1971. Effect of storm runoff disposal and other artificial recharge to Hawaiian Ghyben-Herzberg aquifers. Honolulu (HI): Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa. WRRC technical report, 54. http://hdl.handle.net/10125/15104
Relation WRRC Technical Reports 54
Publisher Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa

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