Toward calibration of regional ground water models using GRACE data

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Toward calibration of regional ground water models using GRACE data
Author(s)
Sun A, Green R, Swenson S, Rodell M
Publication Title
Journal of Hydrology
Publication Date
2012 Feb 23
DOI
10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.10.025
ISSN
0022-1694
Volume
422-423
First Page
1
Last Page
9
Keyword(s)
algorithms, calibration, climate, climate change, Edwards Aquifer, Edwards-Trinity Plateau, geophysical methods, Glasscock County Texas, glasses, GRACE, gravity methods, ground water, hydraulic conductivity, igneous rocks, mathematical methods, Midland County Texas, models, MODFLOW, monitoring, optimization, Pecos County Texas, Pecos River valley, planning, Reagan County Texas, Reeves County Texas, remote sensing, satellite methods, Texas, Trinity Aquifer, uncertainty, United States, volcanic rocks, water management, water resources, water storage, West Texas, zoning
Citation
Sun A, Green R, Swenson S, Rodell M. Toward calibration of regional ground water models using GRACE data. Journal of Hydrology. 2012;422-423 1-9.
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