Practical Aspects of Groundwater Modeling: Flow, Mass and Heat Transport, and Subsidence; Analytical and Computer Models

By: Walton, William C.

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Book shows light wear to covers only. Binding is solid and square, covers show light wear, text/interior is clean and free of marking of any kind except for previous owner's name on title page and on cover. Contens include: Hydrologic cycle, groundwater budget, (runoff); Parameters: interstices, porosity, specific yield, storativity, permeability and transmissivity, effective pressure and elasticity, streamlines, equipotential lines, and boundaries, dispersion, distribution and coefficient and retardation factor, density, thermal conductivity, diffusivity, and specific heat, recharge rates; Geochemistry and contamination: dissolved constituents and gases, radionuclides, bacterial analysis, (etc.) Production wells: spacing of production wells, collector wells, well construction adn maintenance, casing diamter and material. Analytical models: artesian conditions, flow models -=- fractured rock systems, uniformly porous aquifer systems -- water table conditions mine drainage, sloping aquiculude and water table, (etc.) Flow models: hydrogeologic boundaries -- barrier boundary, recharge boundary, induced infiltration, aquifer tests, salt water intrusion. Computer models. Case studies. 566 pages, lots of graphs, tables and formulae.