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The Theis equation models the drawdown in an unconfined aquifer based on a given pumping rate, transmissivity, and storativity. A classic equation in hydrogeology, this example has been programmed into a Jupyter notebook. This educational resources is targeted at upper-level undergraduate students and is intended to supplement lectures or homework assignments on well hydraulics. The primary learning objectives are to identify the purpose of the equation, determine appropriate inputs and outputs, and predict the extent of drawdown around a well. Secondary objectives are to refresh skills associated with scientific and programming and learn to use a Jupyter notebook. A companion notebook to be used for pump test analysis is also available (see related resources).
**Open in native Jupyter Notebook format by clicking the blue "open with" button in the top right corner on Hydroshare. Requires numypy, matplotlib, and math libraries; Python 3 Scientific environment recommended.**
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|The content of this resource is derived from||Theis, C. V. (1935), The relation between the lowering of the Piezometric surface and the rate and duration of discharge of a well using ground‐water storage, Eos Trans. AGU, 16(2), 519– 524, https://doi.org/10.1029/TR016i002p00519|
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