Texas Groundwater Availability Models


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Abstract

The Groundwater Availability Models (GAMs) were commissioned b the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) and created with hydrological, climatic, and geological data from the state to model its aquifers behavior. Their main objective is as a tool to aid in the planning and management of the groundwater resources in the state to accomplish the TWDB 2017 water plan (currently adopted).
This set of GAMs has been translated from their original MOFLOW version to MODFLOW 2000 for uniformity and all can be run either in MODFLOW or in GMS (Aquaveo 2017).

To access this data, please contact at aaron.pena.hydro@tamu.edu

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Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS84 EPSG:4326
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['Decimal degrees']
North Latitude
36.4761°
East Longitude
-92.8796°
South Latitude
25.7623°
West Longitude
-106.9420°

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Brazos River Alluvium Aquifer GAM MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access
Edwards Balcones Fault Zone, North MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access
Edwards Balcones Fault Zone San Antonio MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access
Edwards Balcones Fault Zone Springs MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access
Edwards Trinity Plateau MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access
Carrizo-Wilcox South MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access
Carrizo-Wilcox North MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access
Carrizo-Wilcox Center MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access
Gulf Coast Center MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access
Gulf Coast North MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access
Gulf Coast South MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access
Hueco Mesilla Bolson MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access
Ogallala North MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access
Ogallala South MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access
Trinity Hill MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access
Trinity North MODFLOWModelInstanceResource Aaron Pena Rodriguez Discoverable & Shareable Open Access

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Pena Rodriguez, A., G. R. Miller (2021). Texas Groundwater Availability Models, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/e6642be0023d4269bd882a1a5dfc2593

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