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Raster showing change in water-table altitude between Fall of 2002 and Fall of 2015 in the alluvium in the Lower Arkansas River Valley, Southeast Colorado. Hereafter "fall" is defined as June 1 to November 30. All interpolation and geoprocessing was done using ArcGIS Desktop v10 (Environmental Systems Research Institute, 2011).
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Raster dataset showing saturated thickness (in feet) of the alluvium in the Lower Arkansas River Valley, Southeast Colorado, June 1 - November 30, 2008 (hereafter defined as "fall"). Saturated thickness values based on water levels measured in the study area and median lake level at John Martin Reservoir during this time period. Surface interpolations for water-table altitude were done using Inverse Distance Weighting using coordinate and altitude data from "Wells and water-level altitude in the alluvium in the Lower Arkansas River Valley, Southeast Colorado, Spring and Fall 2002, 2008, and 2015" (see cross reference section in metadata), and surface interpolation of bedrock was done using Topo to Raster using elevation...
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Raster dataset showing saturated thickness (in feet) of the alluvium in the Lower Arkansas River Valley, Southeast Colorado, January 1 - May 31, 2015 and December 1 - 31, 2015 (hereafter defined as "spring"). Saturated thickness values based on water levels measured in the study area and median lake level at John Martin Reservoir during this time period. Surface interpolations for water-table altitude were done using Inverse Distance Weighting using coordinate and altitude data from "Wells and water-level altitude in the alluvium in the Lower Arkansas River Valley, Southeast Colorado, Spring and Fall 2002, 2008, and 2015" (see cross reference section in metadata), and surface interpolation of bedrock was done using...
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Raster showing change in water-table altitude between Fall of 2002 and Fall of 2008 in the alluvium in the Lower Arkansas River Valley, Southeast Colorado. Hereafter "fall" is defined as June 1 to November 30. All interpolation and geoprocessing was done using ArcGIS Desktop v10 (Environmental Systems Research Institute, 2011).
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Contours (20-foot interval) showing altitude of the bedrock surface in feet above NGVD 29 underlying the alluvium in the Lower Arkansas River Valley, Southeast Colorado. Source contours scale was 1:62,500. All digitizing and geoprocessing was done using ArcGIS Desktop v10 (Environmental Systems Research Institute, 2011)
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