geohydrology


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geohydrology

[¦jē·ō‚hī′dräl·ə·jē]
(hydrology)
The science dealing with underground water, often referred to as hydrogeology.
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Principles of geohydrology, watershed and GIS were integrated to conceptualize this new initiative which was launched through the Rural Management and Development Department to revive and restore 50 Himalayan water springs and four lakes mainly located in drought-prone areas.
The geohydrology of these arid zones is characterized by granites that have relatively low groundwater recharge rates, estimated at 5-7% of rainfall.
Geohydrology and groundwater chemistry at the site are better understood today, but problems persist despite significant remedial activities.
According to Ray Finley, manager of Sandia's Geohydrology Department, Sandia, as a national security laboratory, has the responsibility to help provide for the security of the U.
The ESP should also include a discussion of environmental conditions, including land use; annual precipitation, physiographic setting, ecological communities, surface water classification and quality; surface water flow; soil classification; and geohydrology.
1970, Geohydrology of the metropolitan Winnipeg area as related to groundwater supply and construction: Canadian Geotechnical Journal.
Geohydrology of the High Plains Aquifer in parts of Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, and Wyoming.
Investigations of the geohydrology, water chemistry, and numerical groundwater modeling of the regional Gulf Coast Aquifer (which includes the Evangeline) can be found in the 2001 Coastal Bend Regional Water Plan (CBRWP) and the 2002 Draft Report by Waterstone to the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB).
Geohydrology and Simulation of Groundwater Flow in the Red Clay Creek Basin, Chester County, Pennsylvania and New Castle County, Delaware.
As discussed above, high transport costs and the combination of unfavorable geohydrology and topography hindered increases in the use of fertilizers and irrigation.
Crownover, 1987, Geohydrology and susceptibility of major aquifers to surface contamination in Alabama; Area 6: U.
But additional slides at Cape Cove are likely if more heavy rainfall strikes the area, said Tim Potter, a state engineer and geohydrology section manager who visited the site Monday.