Northern Southland groundwater model / JP Wale.

By: Wale, J. P.
Contributor(s): Southland (N.Z.). Regional Council | Sinclair Knight Merz (Firm).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: NIWA project ; AE02092.01.Publisher: [Invercargil?, N.Z.] : Southland Regional Council, 2004Description: iii, 50 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 30 cm.Subject(s): GEOLOGY | GROUNDWATER RECHARGE | SEEPAGE | PIEZOMETERS | HYDROLOGY | HYDRAULIC RESEARCH | RUNOFF | RIVERS | MODELS | PRECIPITATION | WATER BALANCE | MATAURA | FLOW RATES | HYDROGEOLOGY | WATER TABLE | AQUIFERS | WAIPOUNAMU | Wendonside | RIVERSDALE | Longridge Aquifer | OTAMITA | GROUNDWATER FLOW | SOUTHLAND | NEW ZEALANDHoldings: Electronic Online resources: Click here to access online Summary: Demand for groundwater has increased in the mid-Mataura region in recent years. Public perception regarding the value of water and quantities available have also changed, and concerns over the effect of the new water allocations on spring flows and water levels in domestic bores have also been raised. These changes have increased the importance of gaining an improved understanding of the aquifer systems and quantity of groundwater available, which would enable Environment Southland (Environment Southland) as the water regulators, to make informed decisions with respect to water allocation resource consent applications. ... - Intro.
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"24 September 2004."

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Includes 4 bibliographical references (p. 44).

Demand for groundwater has increased in the mid-Mataura region in recent years. Public perception regarding the value of water and quantities available have also changed, and concerns over the effect of the new water allocations on spring flows and water levels in domestic bores have also been raised. These changes have increased the importance of gaining an improved understanding of the aquifer systems and quantity of groundwater available, which would enable Environment Southland (Environment Southland) as the water regulators, to make informed decisions with respect to water allocation resource consent applications. ... - Intro.

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