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Regional groundwater flow in the Atikokan Research Area

Duke U. Ophori

Regional groundwater flow in the Atikokan Research Area

spatially variable density and viscosity

by Duke U. Ophori

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Published by Whiteshell Laboratories in Pinawa, Man .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Groundwater -- Ontario -- Atikokan Area -- Mathematical models,
  • Groundwater flow -- Ontario -- Atikokan Area -- Mathematical models,
  • Radioactive waste disposal in the ground -- Environmental aspects -- Canada

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesÉcoulement des eaux souterraines régionales dans l"Aire de recherches d"Atikokan :
    Statementby Duke U. Ophori.
    SeriesAECL -- 11082, AECL (Series) -- 11082
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD898.13.C3 O6523 1996
    The Physical Object
    Pagination44 p. :
    Number of Pages44
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17207193M
    ISBN 100660165945

    Current conditions and forecasts including 7 day outlook, daily high/low temperature, warnings, chance of precipitation, pressure, humidity/wind chill (when applicable) historical data, normals, record values and sunrise/sunset times. The critical situation of groundwater management in Afghanistan is also discussed. This work attempts to document the management and use of groundwater in the Amu Darya Basin and present time management realities, with fragmented and weak national and regional regulation on groundwater. plain that covers an area of km2 [9]. The Gallikos River is of high importance due to the proximity of the basin to Thessaloniki, the second largest city of Greece. The total length of the river is about 73 km. It is characterized by shallow water depths, the gradient of which is, of course, relatively high. Consequently, the river flow.


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Regional groundwater flow in the Atikokan Research Area by Duke U. Ophori Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Regional groundwater flow in the Atikokan Research Area: spatially variable density and viscosity. [Duke Urhobo Ophori; Whiteshell Laboratories.]. Get this from a library. Regional groundwater flow in the Atikokan Research Area: model development and calibration.

[Duke Urhobo Ophori; T Chan; Whiteshell Laboratories.]. Flow of groundwater with variable density and viscosity was simulated at the Atikokan Research Area (ARA) in northwestern Ontario, Canada.

An empirical viscosity–concentration equation was modified to include total-dissolved-solids (TDS) data from the ARA. The resulting equation was used successfully to estimate reasonably accurate viscosity values over the expected range of temperature Cited by: 9.

Geohydrology, Simulation of Regional Groundwater Flow, and Assessment of Water-Management Strategies, Twentynine Palms Area, California. Skip Links. Groundwater discharges naturally from the study area as spring flow, as groundwater underflow to downstream basins, and as water vapor to the atmosphere by transpiration of phreatophytes and.

The groundwater flow velocity in the groundwater was m/d in the easting, m/d in the nothing and m/d in the vertical direction. The highest head was m and the lowest was   The direction of flow will be inverted, going from the river towards the water table, in the upstream zone (reservoir), and going back to sustain the river, in the downstream area.

referred to as the "regional flow path") in central- western and northwestern Ohio (fig. 2) was done to determine patterns of ground-water flow and to quantify stream-aquifer relations within this part of the Midwestern Basins and Arches Region.

A conceptual model of ground-water flow along the regional flow path was evaluated by the examina­Author: R.H. Hanover. This work demonstrates how available knowledge can be used to build more transparent and refutable computer models of groundwater systems.

The Death Valley regional groundwater flow system, which surrounds a proposed site for a high level nuclear waste repository of the United States of America, and the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS), where nuclear weapons were tested, is used to explore Cited by: 9.

Regional groundwater flow in the Basin may be viewed as a continuous flow system; Harrill et al. () measured the water table elevation in valley floors and constructed the contour lines shown in Fig.

The Great Basin aquifer consists of thick carbonate rock sequences interbedded with Cited by: this area, regional groundwater flow has moved beyond the realm of academic studies and became an important component of environmental concerns by industry, governments and the public.

Long range flow systems have been postulated by Downey et al. () with recharge at the outcrop of. Micha Berry of the city of Fresno, Calif., which relies heavily on groundwater for its drinking water supply, repairs a groundwater well pump in AP Photo/Gosia Wozniacka August 6.

Instead, the extent and flow lines of regional groundwater flow systems need to be determined by making use of the rules and physics of groundwater flow systems theory and Hubbert’s () force potential.

We address this matter in more detail below in Section 3. Within the. (published in the journal Ground Water, ) in the book “ Applied Groundwater Modeling: Simulation of Flow and Advective Transport” by M.P. Anderson and W.W. Woessner (). This book has been published, and acts as a major source of information to Groundwater modelers in Universities and Research Agencies in North America and all over.

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The methodology for calculating the groundwater footprint is summarized here and more details can be found in Gleeson et al [].The groundwater footprint (GF) is defined as where C,R and E are respectively the area-averaged annual.

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These lakes represent over 55% of the lake surface area with sizes ranging from 25. regional flow system of Paleozoic aquifers in the area. Khan and Rostron () have completed detailed cross-border regional hydrogeological mapping studies between the Canadian and American sides of the basin, whereas the regional basin-wide hydrochemistry studies of Cambrian to Devonian aquifers has been conducted by Benn and Rostron ().

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The heterogeneity and complexity of flow paths in fractured rocks make field studies very difficult. As a result, there are relatively few field study sites where the distribution and character of fractured rocks have been described in detail.

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Parameter Identification of Groundwater Flow System in North-West Area in Northern Kanto Basin. The North-West area of the Northern Kanto groundwater basin is characterized by its complicated multi-aquifer structure and thus it is difficult to apply inverse analysis to estimate all parameters.

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