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Alice Springs town basin, review 2003



Alice Springs town basin, review 2003


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E-Publications; E-Books; PublicationNT; Report ; no. 42/2003




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Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Environment

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Alice Springs


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G- 4 If the net outflow of 10 ML/year (that is I = 30 ML/year, O = 40 ML/year) is included in the water balance the equation needs to be Rd = 2.2 (P 10) The remaining terms, Rp, Rs, Ri, and Os would appear to be so small as to be lost in the errors in the other estimates. 0 100 200 300 400 500 Evap for period mm/mont -40 -30 -20 -10 0 10 Ch an ge in S to ra ge M L/ mo nt h, co rre cte d fo r p um p an d 1s t e sti m ate d iff us e r ec ha rg e Fit Results , all data Equation Y = -0.05262954663 * X - 5.419213775 Number of data points used = 17 Average X = 229.379 Average Y = -17.4913 Residual sum of squares = 1640.74 Regression sum of squares = 575.556 Coef of determination, R-squared = 0.259692 Residual mean square, sigma-hat-sq'd = 109.383 Fit Results , wild points edited out Equation Y = -0 .068661218 * X - 3.583539394 Number of data points used = 14 Average X = 226.838 Average Y = -19 .1585 Residual sum of squares = 233.408 Regress ion sum of squares = 776.104 Coef of determination, R-squared = 0.768792 Residual mean square, sigma-hat-sq'd = 19.4506 All data Wild points edited out Figure G- 2 Estimated change in storage in ML/month, corrected for pumping and estimated diffuse recharge against pan evaporation at Alice Springs Airport.

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