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WTAQ: Computer program for calculating drawdowns and estimating hydraulic properties for confined and water-table aquifers
Source code for version 2.1 (June 29, 2012)
Superseded version 1.3 (June 29, 2012)
Barlow, P.M., and Moench, A.F., 2011, WTAQ version 2 — A computer program for analysis of aquifer tests in confined and water-table aquifers with alternative representations of drainage from the unsaturated zone: U.S. Geological Survey Techniques and Methods 3-B9, 41 p.
Barlow, P.M., and Moench, A.F., 1999, WTAQ — A computer program for calculating drawdowns and estimating hydraulic properties for confined and water-table aquifers: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 99-4225, 74 p.
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