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  • Hydrodynamic traps are characterized by low velocity of fluid filtrations in regions of relativily low pressure potentials and by not-horizontal contacts of oil and water or gas and water. Typical hydrodynamic traps are also those, which are to find
  • in the flanks of anticlines and monoclines or in structurally noses of terraces, holding by hydrodynamic forces. The research of such traps is only possible by use of a complex of special geological and hydrodynamical methods. Of course, here it is necessary
  • to combinated these methods with those for study of oil and gas reservoirs by petroleum engineering. In future the hydrodynamic traps will be have a great lot of oil and gas potential for the humanity. When the use of oil and gas in all countries is growing
  • in the same way how in past, so the hydrodynamic traps in far future can be to obtain the first place in the discovery of oil and gas fields.
  • Hydrodynamics, sediment transport, and daily morphological development of a bar-beach system
  • Coastal dynamics ; Coastal environment ; Coastal geomorphology ; Hydrodynamics ; Intertidal zone ; Netherlands (The) ; Sand bar ; Sediment transport
  • The aim of this research is the increase of the knowledge of the behaviour of nearshore breaker bars on the short to medium time scale (days to weeks) and to reveal the hydrodynamic and sediment transport processes underlying this behaviour
  • Hydrodynamics and sediment flux of Hoa in an Indian Ocean atoll
  • Atoll ; Channel ; Coastal current ; Hydrodynamics ; Indian Ocean ; Island ; Marine environment ; Reef ; Sediment transport
  • This study examines the hydrodynamic processes and sediment transport in 11 hoa (shallow cross-reef channels) in the Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Indian Ocean. Emphasis is on the characteristics of tide and wave-induced current processes and sediment
  • Spatial variability of textural and hydrodynamic properties in a soil unit of the Rinzelbach study catchment,Vosges (France)
  • Critical perspectives on the evaluation and optimization of complex numerical models of estuary hydrodynamics and sediment dynamics
  • England ; Estuary ; Hydrodynamics ; Model ; Numerical model ; Sediment transport ; Statistics ; Suffolk ; Suspended load ; Time series ; United Kingdom
  • This paper examines the basis for evaluating the performance of complex hydrodynamic and sediment transport models, and the quantitative and qualitative understanding that can emerge from this kind of modelling, especially in situations where data
  • with reference to illustrative hydrodynamic and sediment transport model results for a muddy meso-tidal estuary.
  • Hydrodynamics of salt marsh creek systems : implications for marsh morphological development and material exchange
  • Coastal environment ; Earth surface processes ; Geomorphogenesis ; Hydrodynamics ; Norfolk ; Salt marsh ; Sediment transport ; Sedimentary ; Tide ; United Kingdom
  • Video measurement of swash zone hydrodynamics
  • Coastal environment ; Experimentation ; Geographical information system ; Hydrodynamics ; Image processing ; Intertidal zone ; Model ; Research technique
  • Geometric properties of river cross sections and associated hydrodynamic implications in Wuhan-Jiujiang river reach, the Yangtze River
  • Bank erosion ; Channel geometry ; China ; Cross section ; Discharge ; Flood ; Hydraulic works ; Hydrodynamics ; Stream
  • ). The hydrologic data of 36 river cross sections have been successfully obtained. In this paper, the AA. try to characterize the hydrodynamic properties of river knots, associated backwater effects and their implications for flood mitigation in the middle and lower
  • Hydrodynamic behaviour of coarse bioclastic sand from shelly cheniers
  • Basse-Normandie ; Bay ; Chenier ; Coastal environment ; Experimentation ; Flow ; France ; Hydrodynamics ; Intertidal zone ; Mont Saint-Michel ; Sand bar ; Turbulence
  • This paper focuses on the hydrodynamic behaviour of bioclastic sand sampled from the cheniers of Mont-Saint-Michel bay (France). The dual behaviour of the shell fragments (low settling velocity, good resistance to unidirectional flow) should
  • The present study adresses to the questions how the shoreface-connected ridges along the central part of the Dutch coast were formed and what their behaviour is under the present hydrodynamic conditions. The study is based on field observations
  • and model computations. The field observations focus on the present hydrodynamic and sediment transport processes, on the resulting morphological and sedimentological response, and on the geologic evolution of the ridges. - (AGD)
  • Hydrodynamic models of boulder berm deposition
  • Hydrodynamic interpretation of a boulder berm and associated debris-torrent deposits
  • Zur Hydrodynamik der Grundwasserstockwerke in salinaren Becken der DDR. (On the hydrodynamics of the groundwater aquifers in saline basins of the GDR)
  • Influence of groundwater inflow on water temperature simulations of Lake Ammersee using a one-dimensional hydrodynamic lake model
  • Bavaria ; Germany ; Hydrodynamics ; Hydrogeology ; Lake ; Model ; Subsurface flow ; Underground water ; Water temperature
  • The AA. implemented groundwater inflow to the one-dimensional hydrodynamic simulation of lake water temperatures to improve the reproduction of the real water temperatures by the simulation results for Lake Ammersee, Southern Germany. As the hydro
  • -geological conditions at Lake Ammersee have not yet been finally clarified, they created simulation scenarios for the hydrodynamic modeling with various characteristics of sub-terrestrial inflow. Analysis of the simulation results for each scenario revealed
  • of simulation results to real conditions for almost all depths and seasons. This implies that the hydrodynamic simulation of water temperatures at Lake Ammersee, including subsurface inflow, provides reliable results.
  • The soil surface characteristics of vegetation stripes in Northern Mexico and their influences on the system hydrodynamics. An experimental approach
  • To characterise the spatial variability of the soil surface features and their role in the hydrodynamics of the vegetation stripes, the AA. first described them along a transect perpendicular to the main axis of a stripe together with the detailed
  • Flood ; Floodplain ; Geographical information system ; Hydrodynamics ; Model ; Netherlands (The) ; Rhine ; Runoff ; Sedimentation ; Simulation ; Spatial variation ; Stream ; Suspended load
  • The main objective of this study is to provide a concept to relate quantitatively floodplain characteristics, hydrodynamic and sedimentological variables with spatial patterns of overbank sedimentation at the scale of a river reach of several
  • kilometres. For this purpose, a GIS-based sedimentation model was developed which uses two-dimensional water flow patterns simulated by a hydrodynamic model as a basis. The model was tested in a case study for 3 representative sections of the embanked
  • On the correspondence between morphological and hydrodynamical patterns of groyne fields
  • Bank erosion ; Cross section ; Elbe ; Erosion control ; Experimentation ; Germany ; Hydrodynamics ; Spatial distribution ; Stream ; Suspended load
  • Atmospheric dynamics ; Cyclone ; Honshu ; Hydrodynamics ; Japan ; Lake ; Numerical model ; Seasonal variation ; Water circulation ; Water temperature ; Wind
  • A numerical model coupling atmosphere with hydrodynamics is set up in this paper, and is applied in the experimental study of Lake Biwa. Discussion of the results.
  • Coastal dynamics ; Coastal environment ; Coastal management ; Dune ; Estuary ; Human impact ; Hydrodynamics ; Ireland ; Shoreline
  • and changed run-off characteristics. The relationship between the estuaries and the estuary mouth forms the basis of the interpretation presented. Disruption of the tidal regime has led to substantial hydrodynamic and morphological changes, triggering complex
  • Badajoz ; Caceres ; Fluvial erosion ; Fluvial processes ; Granite ; Hydrodynamics ; River bed ; Salamanca ; Spain
  • which individually represent various stages in the evolution of mature potholes. Pothole evolution reflects the hydrodynamics of the erosion, by high velocity flood flows, of bedrock. They evolve in time and in concert with the evolution of the landscape.