An alternating direction technique is used to solve finite difference equations approximating the flow of water in an aquifer. The solutions produce response coefficients relating pumping from wells to drawdowns within those wells. The product of the response coefficient with the pumping values produces a linear algebraic technological function that can be used for integrating hydrologic phenomena into planning and management models.
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A program to compute aquifer-response coefficients
U.S. Geological Survey,
39 leaves (in various foliations) :ill. ;27 cm.; (18 p. - PGS)