This data will now be integrated into a groundwater model
that shows how much water can be used and from what locations to balance sustainable irrigation development with the long-term health and cultural heritage of the La Grange aquifer.
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
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.
Air and groundwater model
domains are shown in Figure 1.
DRASTIC is an empirical groundwater model
that estimates groundwater contamination vulnerability of aquifer systems based on the hydrogeological settings of that area .
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.
To build a groundwater model
the requirements for the input data are large.
Wellhead protection area delineation using a coupled GIS and groundwater model
A three-dimensional groundwater model
simulating fluid flow within the study area shows maximum drawdown in the Kingsville area based on low to high projected pumping estimates.
Alternatively, where appropriate GIS databases already exist for a study area of interest, this information can be imported into the geographical information modeling (GIM) environment and incorporated into a groundwater model