Arkansas State Water Plan
Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission
At the present time. the rate of groundwater use in the Grand Prairie region of Arkansas exceeds natural replenishment of the underlying aquifer. Most of the groundwater is used for agricultural production. [f current agricultural water needs of the region are to be satisfied under sustained yield conditions. supplemental surface water will be required. The objective of this study is to assess the viability of the Arkansas and White Rivers as sources of supplemental water for meeting water needs in excess of those which can be met with groundwater.
Dixon, W.D. and R.C. Peralta. 1986. Potential Arkansas and White Rivers water available for diversion to the Grand Prairie. Special Report in the Arkansas State Water Plan. Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission, Little Rock, Arkansas. 21 p.