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  • Groundwater use for snow melting on the road
  • Groundwaters as a natural landscape element
  • Groundwater relates to geographic environment. The research must start from the structure of relief, rains and circulation paths of the hydrophysical environment. Plains, mountain, basins and plateaus have a special regime of circulation
  • and accumulation of groundwater. - (MS)
  • Groundwater flow and implications for groundwater contamination North of Prewitt, New Mexico, USA
  • Grundwasserspendenschlüssel und ihre Anwendung bei der Ermittlung des Grundwasserdargebots in Festgestein-Grundwasserleitern. (Codes for groundwater recharge and their application in the determining the groundwater resources of groundwater strata
  • This contribution examines the problem of determining the groundwater resources of strata in solid rocks of the district of Leipzig and Karl-Marx-Stadt. (HL).
  • Groundwater isotopic evidence for paleorecharge in U.S. High Plains aquifers
  • Aquifer ; Deuterium ; Great Basin ; Groundwater ; Isotope analysis ; Oxygen 18 ; Palaeohydrology ; Tritium ; United States of America
  • This study interprets relative groundwater ages, distinguishes vertical and lateral flow paths, and evaluates paleoclimatic implications of isotopic stratification of groundwater beneath the U.S. High Plains.
  • Mapping groundwater quality in the Netherlands
  • Cartography ; Estimation ; Groundwater ; Netherlands (The) ; Observation network ; Pollution ; Water quality
  • The author maps groundwater quality in the Netherlands, using available measurements from the national and provincial monitoring networks. The study shows the effects of monitoring network density and gives possibilities to improve groundwater
  • Regionalni cleneni melkych podzemnich vod v CSR Régionalisation of shallow groundwaters in the CSR
  • Author used the longtermed data about the state of water level in the observed objects and about the substantiality of the fountains and springs. The main types are 1. with supply of groundwater storage all the year round, 2. with seasonal supply
  • of groundwater storage. The regionalisation of shallow groundwater is shown in the coloured map. (MS).
  • Hydrochemical study of groundwater in recharge area, Wadi Fatimah basin, Saudi Arabia
  • Arid area ; Evaporation ; Groundwater ; Hydrochemistry ; Lithology ; Precipitation ; Rill wash ; Salinity ; Saudi Arabia ; Watershed
  • This study deals with the hydrochemical characteristics of groundwater in the upper catchment of Wadi Fatimah basin on the Arabian Shield. The analysis of data indicated strongly that the chloride and sulfate in the groundwater are mainly of marine
  • origin, concentrated by high evaporation processes. Flushing is the most important factor that modifies the ionic concentrations and almost stands for the short-term variation in groundwater chemistry.
  • Groundwater resources and management in SW Egypt
  • Aquifer ; Egypt ; Groundwater ; Hydrogeology ; Irrigation ; Libya ; Model ; Natural resources ; Simulation ; Water management ; Water resources
  • As a consequence of the intensive groundwater extraction, a numeric simulation of the groundwater flow for the entire area of the Nubian Aquifer System has been carried out. Purpose of the regional model was to determine the degree of non
  • -equilibrium and the time response of the system on climatic change. This was done in a retrospective simulation of the groundwater movement during the last 8000 years. Then, the model was used in order to predict the reaction of the system on several proposed
  • Regime of subsurface water resources in shallow groundwater agricultural fields
  • Agroclimatology ; China ; Evapotranspiration ; Groundwater ; Irrigation ; Shandong ; Soil water ; Sustainable development ; Water ; Water regime
  • In shallow groundwater agricultural fields, water exchanges between groundwater and soil water happen frequently and intensively. This paper analyzes the regime of subsurface water during the growing period of winter wheat from October 1998 to June
  • 1999 in Yucheng area. The results showed that a significant proportion of field evapotranspiration was supplied by groundwater evaporation, whereas the role of groundwater evaporation was not considered during irrigation, leading to soil water
  • percolation into groundwater. In order to improve water use efficiency of crops, some measures were put forward in the paper.
  • Groundwater levels and uptake of nutrients by plants on peat soils
  • An analysis of the groundwater resources of Tongatapu Island, Kingdom of Tonga
  • Regional groundwater motion in response to an oscillating water table
  • The statistical mechanical theory of groundwater flow
  • Effect of an ephemeral stream on the groundwater level and groundwater quality in an arid zone of India
  • Shallow groundwater dynamics in North China Plain
  • The groundwater level of 39 observation wells including 35 unconfined wells and 4 confined wells from 2004 to 2006 in North China Plain (NCP) was monitored using automatic groundwater monitoring data loggers KADEC-MIZU II of Japan. The automatic
  • groundwater sensors were installed for the corporation project between China and Japan. Combined with the monitoring results from 2004 to 2006 with the major factors affecting the dynamic patterns of groundwater, such as topography and landform, depth
  • of groundwater level, exploitation or discharge extent, rivers and lakes, the dynamic regions of NCP groundwater were gotten. According to the dynamic features of groundwater in NCP, 6 dynamic patterns of groundwater level were identified, including discharge
  • pattern in the piedmont plain, recharge-discharge pattern in the central channel zone, precipitation infiltration-evaporation pattern in the shallow groundwater region of the central plain, lateral recharge-evaporation pattern in the recharge-affected area
  • along the Yellow River and infiltration-discharge-evaporation pattern in the littoral plain. Based on this, the groundwater fluctuation features of various dynamic patterns were interpreted and the influencing factors of different dynamic patterns were
  • Grundwasser - Altersbestimmung : Methodik und Anwendung (Groundwater - dating : methods and applications)
  • The paper gives a short survey of the most important methods of groundwater dating on the basis of isotope measurements. The fundamental models (piston flow model, exponential model...) are discussed. Practically important possibilities
  • Impact of groundwater flow on meandering; example from the Geul River, The Netherlands
  • The Geul River, located in the south-eastern part of The Netherlands, is a meandering river with a planform shape characterized by large loops consisting of multiple bends. The AA. evaluate the effects of groundwater flow on the shapes of meanders
  • as a possible explanation for the multi-bend loops, using a combined meandering-groundwater computer model. In the model seeping groundwater enhances bank erodibility.
  • Isotopic fingerprints of paleoclimates during the last 30,000 years in deep confined groundwaters of southern India
  • Carbon ; Climatic variation ; Geochemistry ; Groundwater ; India ; Lateglacial ; Oxygen 18 ; Palaeoclimate ; Quaternary ; Tamil Nadu
  • This paper reports results, related to paleoclimatic events during the last 30,000 years, obtained from isotope studies of deep confined groundwater of southern India. This is the first study of the confined groundwaters of southern India
  • Institutional form and its effect on environmental change: the case of groundwater in the Southern High Plains
  • Aquifer ; Environment ; Groundwater ; Irrigation ; New Mexico ; Piezometric level ; Regional policy ; Regulation ; Texas ; United States of America ; Water management ; Water resources ; Water use
  • The AA. first introduce the problem of groundwater development on the High Plains and the controversy over institutional form. They then describe the three resource regimes within the area and outline their methods for analyzing regime effects
  • on groundwater. Lastly, they present their analytic results and discuss the implications for environmental change and community sustainability.