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Recharge and frozen ground in the PNW

The study has two proposed areas of study to look at historical trends in frozen ground and groundwater recharge, one is the Potholes Reservoir basin in Washington (fig. 1) in the Columbia Plateau Regional Aquifer System (fig. 3) and the other is in the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed in Idaho (fig. 2) in the Snake River Plain Regional Aquifer System (fig. 4).

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Study Area:

Location of the Potholes Reservoir Basin
Figure 1. Location of the Potholes Reservoir Basin, Washington.

Location of the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed
Figure 2. Location of the Reynolds Creek Experimental Watershed, Idaho.

Location of the Columbia Plateau Regional Aquifer System
Figure 3. Location of the Columbia Plateau Regional Aquifer System.

Location of the Snake River Plain Regional Aquifer System
Figure 4. Location of the Snake River Plain Regional Aquifer System.

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