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### aquifer_test1

Course: GE 3850, Fall 2008
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(GE3850): Geohydrology Ideal Aquifer Testing: Methods for Analyzing Aquifer Test Data Ideal Aquifer Testing: Methods for Analyzing Aquifer Test Data (Lab 9 in manual, pp. 67-76) Problem 1: Theis and Jacob methods for Drawdown vs. Time Follow the procedure described in the Lab manual (Lee et al., 2003). You should generate the following results. Theis solution plot Transmissivity, T (m2/day) estimated...

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Mich Tech - GE - 3850
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Mich Tech - GE - 3850
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