Surface Water and Groundwater Relationships in the Mataura Catchment above Gore / by Karen Wilson.

By: Wilson, Karen.
Contributor(s): Environment Southland.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Publication (Environment Southland) ; no 2008-03.Publisher: Dunedin, [N.Z.] : Environment Southland, 2008Description: 65 p. : ill., maps ; 30 cm.ISBN: Spiral bound.Subject(s): NEW ZEALAND | SOUTHLAND | SURFACE WATERS | GROUNDWATER | WATER RESOURCES | RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | MATAURA RIVEROnline resources: Click here to access online Abstract: Environment Southland monitors groundwater and surface water resources through a number of programmes, many of which have only been developed since 2001 in response to a significant increase in water demand and Environment Southlandαs Proposed Regional Water Plan. This report is intended to summarise the current state of knowledge of groundwater and surface water relationships in the Mataura catchment above Gore based primarily on data collected over the past seven years. This report will also supplement a groundwater modelling study currently being undertaken with Phreatos Limited to address management of stream depletion effects from groundwater abstraction.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 63) and glossary.

Environment Southland monitors groundwater and surface water resources through a number of programmes, many of which have only been developed since 2001 in response to a significant increase in water demand and Environment Southlandαs Proposed Regional Water Plan. This report is intended to summarise the current state of knowledge of groundwater and surface water relationships in the Mataura catchment above Gore based primarily on data collected over the past seven years. This report will also supplement a groundwater modelling study currently being undertaken with Phreatos Limited to address management of stream depletion effects from groundwater abstraction.

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