Hydrogeological conceptual site models : data analysis and by Neven Kresic, Alex Mikszewski

By Neven Kresic, Alex Mikszewski

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However, some working professionals do not always appreciate this simple fact and may, for example, study a groundwater problem without paying any attention to a surface stream in the vicinity. Even when a project at hand involves a deep, confined aquifer seemingly separated from the rest of the world, it is highly recommended to make an attempt to understand its recharge and discharge areas. , streams, lakes, drainage ditches) with respect to the movement of groundwater. In this sense, the term hydrology refers to flow rates and stages (water elevation) of surface water bodies and their influence on the exchange of flow between surface water and groundwater.

6 is one of the gigantic strike-slip faults that bound the north side of Tibet. 1 cm/year, creating a cumulative offset of more than 400 m. In this image, two splays of the fault are clearly seen crossing from east to west. The northern fault juxtaposes sedimentary rocks of the mountains against alluvial fans. Its trace is also marked by lines of vegetation, which appear red in the image. The southern, younger fault cuts through the alluvium. Box A shows wet ground caused by discharge of groundwater from the alluvial fans.

In New England, which has long been a manufacturing center, legacy contamination at hazardous waste sites may date back to the 1700s. In many cases, these sites have been converted for different industrial uses over time, leading to a wide variety of potential contaminants that could be found in soil or groundwater. A classic example is the use of mill buildings dating from the 1700s to 1800s for electronics or other manufacturing purposes in the 1950s through the 1970s. Metal contamination may be caused by the former use, and chlorinated solvent contamination may be caused by the latter.

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