groundwater flow


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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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Their topics include fuzzy rock mass rating: soft-computing-aided preliminary stability analysis of weak rock slopes, geophysical surveys in engineering geology investigations with field examples, determining the cyclic properties of silty sands, using groundwater flow modeling to investigate land subsistence in the Konya Closed Basin in Turkey, and integrating urban planning and natural hazards for a resilient city.
Therefore, the present study had as objective to propose a simple method that incorporates the groundwater flow in the monthly estimate of the water availability (OHtotal), based on the general water balance equation in studying areas where the hydrologic information is little or nonexistent, and it was applied in a micro basin in Pereira (Colombia) where the aquifer system of Pereira-Dosquebradas underlays; which is an alternate water supply source.
Simulation of groundwater flow over an area of about 35,217 km2 with a uniform grid size of 2500m by 2500m was done.
Bedouins have started to notice the increase in groundwater flow, according to the official.
The effect of slow lateral groundwater flow and evaporation on the rate of water table rise was small relative to infiltration.
The applicants' consultant concluded leakage into the groundwater flow wouldn't pollute Occidental's well; the neighbors' consultant concluded it would, Erlenwein said.
Cenozoic exhumation brought these fault systems to near-surface crustal levels and into the active groundwater flow field.
The map would illustrate the distribution of aquifers, hydraulic heads, groundwater recharge and discharge areas and groundwater flow directions.
A chapter on soil strength covers stress and shear analysis, while discussion of groundwater flow and control addresses fluid dynamics, underground water pressure, soil permeability, and well locations.
1] have obtained a series solution of moisture content in vertical groundwater flow through unsaturated heterogeneous porous media.
The groundwater flow can develop in very different time scales according to the hydrodynamic and geological characteristics.

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