By Robert G. Maliva
This ebook offers an outline of recommendations which are on hand to signify sedimentary aquifers. Groundwater stream and solute delivery are strongly tormented by aquifer heterogeneity. better aquifer characterization can let for a greater conceptual figuring out of aquifer platforms, which may end up in extra exact groundwater versions and winning water administration strategies, comparable to contaminant remediation and controlled aquifer recharge structures. This ebook has an utilized viewpoint in that it considers the practicality of concepts for genuine groundwater administration and improvement initiatives by way of expenses, technical assets and services required, and research time. A dialogue of the geological explanations, kinds, and scales of aquifer heterogeneity is first supplied. Aquifer characterization equipment are then mentioned, through chapters on facts upscaling, groundwater modelling, and geostatistics. This ebook is a needs to for each practitioner, graduate pupil, or researcher facing aquifer characterization .
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