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groundwater flow

[′grau̇nd‚wȯd·ər ‚flō]
(hydrology)
That portion of the precipitation that has been absorbed by the ground and has become part of the groundwater.
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Two transient groundwater model examples are introduce for show regional flow model applications of large scale as specific methodologies and the discussion of special problems in the modeling.
The center is also working with NH Sea Grant, a federal-university partnership, to improve an existing groundwater model of the Seacoast to model how groundwater will rise with sea level and what kind of impact it will have on infrastructure.
Measured water levels from wells across the metropolitan area, as well as simulated water levels from a groundwater model, were used to delineate changes in groundwater levels both spatially as well as over time.
Brodie R (1998) Integrating GIS and RDBMS technologies during construction of a regional groundwater model.
To optimize operations and understand the dynamics of the interface between the fresh, brackish and saline groundwater, FMG called on DHI to design a high spatial resolution salinity groundwater model (HSRSM) for the mining area.
River Mimram and Upper Lee water resources sustainability study groundwater model.
When using the stylized land-use and groundwater model in Meeting 2, stakeholders balked as they realized that none of the proposed conservation solutions prevented groundwater depletion.
DRASTIC is an empirical groundwater model that estimates groundwater contamination vulnerability of aquifer systems based on the hydrogeological settings of that area [1].
Due to the strong connection between the aquifers and the lakes within the modelled area, the lakes were implemented in the groundwater model since their water surface is expected to reflect the dynamics of the upper groundwater head.

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