Hydrology of the Regina Aquifer, Saskatchewan
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The Regina Aquifer, a Pleistocene outwash complex of Condiean age, underlies about 90 square miles of the Assiniboine River Plain. A method of safe yield determination, based on the application of Darcy's Law to natural, steady, linear flow through a classical aquifer, is developed and its limitations are defined. Based on this method the maximum safe yield of the aquifer is estimated to be 5,500,000 Imperial gallons per day.