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As suitable sites for surface reservoir are becoming a limiting factor, disregarding potential storage capacity of groundwater aquifers as a complementary alternative to surface reservoirs has increased the socio- economical problems associated with water resources development.

In a conjunctive use plan, defined demands may be satisfied employing both surface and groundwater systems. Cyclic storage as an efficient approach to conjunctive use, defines an interactive operational loop between surface and groundwater sub-systems to satisfy the demands.

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