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Abstract

Since the early 1900's the Klamath Basin, in the western United States, has relied heavily on surface water for irrigation. A large infrastructure of dams, canals and pump stations has been developed to service approximately 1500 farms. In the summer of 2001, with drought conditions and a concern for endangered species, the United States Bureau of Reclamation completely cutoff all irrigation water from Upper Klamath Lake, leaving approximately 1500 farms without water for crops. A flurry of groundwater exploration ensued.

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2003-09-01
2020-04-03
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