Underground water supply during low rainfall seasons
C. N. Johnston
California Agriculture 1(9):2-2. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v001n09p2b.
C. N. Johnston is Associate Professor of Irrigation and Associate Irrigation Engineer in the Expriment Station, Davis.
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Seasons of low rainfall are generally periods accompanied by a high use of underground water by pumping, and that supply of water is apt to be short, too.