by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University in Corvallis, Or .
Written in English
|Other titles||User"s manual for program LTRSKAQ2.|
|Statement||F.T. Lindstrom ... [et al.]|
|Series||Special report / Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University -- 845-846., Special report (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 845, 846.|
|Contributions||Lindstrom, F. T., Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station.|
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|Pagination||2 v. :|
The Kerr Laboratory serves as EPA's center for studies of the transport and fate of contaminants in the subsurface. The research program includes development of methodologies for protection and restoration of ground-water quality, and evaluation of the applica- • bility and limitations of using natural soil and subsurface processes for the. Anderman, E.R., and Hill, M.C., , Improving ground-water flow model calibration with the advective-transport observation (ADV) package to MODFLOWP: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS, 2 p (MODFLOWP - the Parameter-Estimation Version of MODFLOW (obsolete program--superseded by MODFLOW and UCODE)). Essaid, H.L., and Bekins, B.A., , Modeling solute-transport and. 2 Factors Associated with Sources, Transport, and Fate of VOCs in Aquifers of the United States Part of the design of the NAWQA selected aquifer studies was extensive sampling for VOCs; that is, organic chemical compounds that have a high vapor pressure relative to their solubility in water. VOCs include components of gasoline, fuelCited by: 1. Transport & Fate Contaminant transport & fate refers to the physical, chemical, and biological processes that impact the movement of the contaminants from point A to point B and how these contaminants may be altered while they are transported.
Name: Potential Aquifers less than 50 ft Display Field: MS Type: Feature Layer Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon Description: This map shows the distribution of coarse-grained materials and permeable bedrock within 50 feet of ground surface in Illinois. This includes bedrock, sand and gravel, and alluvial units with characteristics that suggest a potential to store or conduct groundwater and. Name: Major Rock Aquifers less than ft Display Field: CODE Type: Feature Layer Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon Description: Major bedrock aquifers within feet of ground surface. Cover most of northern Illinois; commonly overlain by thin layers of less permeable silts and clays.  The effect of mean groundwater velocity on field‐scale mass transfer is also much different than that observed at the laboratory scale. Laboratory mass transfer coefficients have been reported to exhibit dependence on mean velocity to a power of ∼ to [e.g., Miller et al., ].Cited by: Dr. Batu's Applied Flow and Solute Transport Modeling in Aquifers: Fundamental Principles and Analytical and Numerical Methods is certainly a reference text for working hydrogeologists and is an appropriate text for advanced undergraduates and graduate students studying and/or modeling the solute transport by:
A critical review of dispersivity observations from 59 different field sites was developed by compiling extensive tabulations of information on aquifer type, hydraulic properties, flow configuration, type of monitoring network, tracer, method of data interpretation, overall scale of observation and longitudinal, horizontal transverse and vertical transverse dispersivities from original by: SOLUTE TRANSPORT THROUGH LABORATORY-SCALE KARSTIC AQUIFERS LEE J. FLOREA Kentucky Cabinet for Natural Resources, Dept. of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, Office of the Commissioner, #2 Hudson Hollow, Frankfort, KY . Pfannkuch, H.O., , Determination of the contaminant source strength from mass exchange processes at the petroleum-ground-water interface in shallow aquifer systems, in Proceedings of the National Water Well Association/American Petroleum Institute Conference on Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Organic Chemicals in Ground Water, Houston, Tex. Artificial groundwater recharge of aquifers by percolation through the unsaturated zone (UZ) is a technique to enhance the water quality for drinking water supplies. The performance of the UZ to purify the infiltrated water is based on chemical, geobiochemical and hydrodynamic coupled processes in a porous by: 1.