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STLK1 and STWT1 Versions 1.0: Computer programs for analysis of hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer systems
Source Code (Version 1.0, December 4, 2009)
Barlow, P.M., and Moench, A.F., 1998, Analytical solutions and computer programs for hydraulic interaction of stream-aquifer systems: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 98-415A, 85 p.
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