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From:Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (Vol. 21, Issue 12) Peer-ReviewedThe impact of water policy on conserving the Ogallala Aquifer in Groundwater Management DistrictÂ 3Â (GMD3) in southwestern Kansas is analyzed using a system-level theoretical approach integrating...
From:Agricultural Research (Vol. 56, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedWhen Nolan Clark started with ARS 37 years ago, people predicted there would be no more water in the Ogallala Aquifer by the year 2000. "We've proven that wrong--since we're not out of water," says Clark. "But we need...
From:Agricultural Research (Vol. 56, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedNolan Clark says that a 10-percent across-the-board reduction in irrigation would solve the Ogallala Aquifer's overdraft problem. Clark has worked for ARS for 37 of the 50-plus years the agency has been involved in...
From:The Midwest Quarterly (Vol. 52, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedBefore retiring, Fredrick Zydek taught creative writing and theology, first at the University of Nebraska-Omaha and later at the College of Saint Mary. He has published nine collections of poetry. Ending the Fast , the...
From:Agricultural Research (Vol. 48, Issue 12) Peer-ReviewedThe Ogallala Aquifer--the largest underground water supply in North America--still has plenty of groundwater to pump for irrigation, despite dire predictions that it would run dry by now. In fact, the Texas Panhandle,...
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