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Ground water modeling in multilayer aquifers

unsteady flow
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Lewis Publishers , Chelsea, Mich
Groundwater -- Mathematical models., Groundwater -- Data processing., Water-supply -- Mathematical models., Water-supply -- Data processing., Unsteady flow (Fluid dynamics) -- Mathematical models., Unsteady flow (Fluid dynamics) -- Data proces
StatementM.M. Aral.
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LC ClassificationsGB1001.72.M35 A74 1990
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 143 p. :
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Open LibraryOL2194695M
ISBN 100873713052
LC Control Number89013719

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Water is a precious commodity, especially in the arid southwest region of the United States, where there is a limited supply of surface water and ground water.

Identifying and Evaluating Aquifers. The first step in scoring the ground water pathway is to identify the geological materials being used as aquifers within the target distance limit.

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It is also an outstanding reference book for professional groundwater scientists and. Simulation of Ground-Water Flow. Scenario ground-water flow modeling was used to increase understanding of what changes might occur over time in the regional ground-water flow system when ground water is withdrawn near the divide; specifically, in.

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