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methodology for groundwater resources management of a typical alluvial aquifer systemin Greece

Andreas C. Panagopoulos

methodology for groundwater resources management of a typical alluvial aquifer systemin Greece

by Andreas C. Panagopoulos

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.)-University of Birmingham, School of Earth Sciences, 1996.

Statementby Andreas C. Panagopoulos.
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Open LibraryOL22215051M

Continuing in its forty-year history of providing students and professionals with a thorough grounding in the science and technology of groundwater hydrology, this third edition has been completely updated to reflect the tremendous changes in the field. A true essential reference, this book provides a unified presentation of groundwater hydrology, treating fundamental principles, methods and. Basic Concepts of Groundwater Hydrology called alluvial basins,ground water fills small, often microscopic pores between the grains of gravel, sand, silt, and clay. Typical groundwater velocity in a sandy or gravelly aquifer may range from to 50 feet per Size: KB.

Reed, T.B., , Recalibration of a ground-water flow model of the Mississippi River Valley alluvial aquifer of northeastern Arkansas, , with simulations of water levels caused by projected ground-water withdrawals through U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 03 . selected as a case study for the application of FREEWAT platform, to simulate the groundwater flow of the alluvial aquifer layer. The study area is a typical Mediterranean coastal site that is hydraulically connected to the sea, while the groundwater resources are exclusively used for irrigation purposes.

About 20 per cent of all bores in Australia are in alluvial systems and they account for 60 per cent of Australia’s groundwater extraction. Alluvial aquifers are generally shallower than sedimentary and fractured rock aquifers and water levels often fluctuate due to varying recharge and pumping rates. The primary water source for Emporia and the surrounding areas is the Neosho River and its alluvial aquifer system. To successfully explore and manage our groundwater resources, a detailed knowledge of the spatial distribution of aquifer characteristics such as lithology, thickness and hydraulic properties is essential. (Park, et. al. ).


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Methodology for groundwater resources management of a typical alluvial aquifer systemin Greece by Andreas C. Panagopoulos Download PDF EPUB FB2

A methodology for groundwater resources management of a typical alluvial aquifer system in Greece Author: Panagopoulos, Andreas C. Panagopoulos A. () A methodology for groundwater resources management of a typical alluvial aquifer system in Greece,The University of Birmingham, U.K Google Scholar Quevauviller Ph () From the groundwater action programme to the groundwater directive-What have we done, what have we learnt, what is the way ahead?Cited by: 1.

Greece. Simulation of the aquifer system in the study area was performed on FEFLOW and the calibrated model was then used for the feasibility assessment of alternative groundwater management strategies based on groundwater artificial recharge.

It was demonstrated that groundwater artificial recharge is technically feasible and financially reasonable, thus presents. Panagopoulos A. (), A methodology for groundwater resources management of a typical alluvial aquifer system in Greece, School of Earth Sciences, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Birmingham, 46p.

Tziritis E., Skordas K. and Kelepertsis A. (), The use of hydrogeochemical analyses and multivariate statistics forFile Size: KB.

The DPSIR approach to groundwater management for sustainable development in coastal areas: The case of Nea Peramos aquifer system, Kavala, Greece K.

Mimidis1, P. Andrikakou1, A. Kallioras2 and F. Pliakas1* 1 Engineering Geology Laboratory, Civil Engineering Department, Democritus University of Thrace, Xanthi, Greece.

alluvial aquifer, dominantly from sandy gravel sediments. Ljubljansko B. arje is. dominantly agricultural. Ljubljansko polje aquifer area are. urbanized and agricultural. roundwater is. 4 – 30 m bellow the surface. It is recharg. from precipitation and from Sava river.

The present research work uses Residual Kriging to estimate the groundwater level of an unconfined alluvial aquifer, as well as the trend function.

The ground surface elevation is used as auxiliary. WATER RESOURCES AND GROUNDWATER QUALITY the irrigation area has increased between from to 41% (Korinthia) and from to 42% (Achaia). The aforementioned percentage is one of the higher in Greece.

Table 1. Population in the studied area Year/Prefecture Achaia,of the groundwater flow, which takes into account possible variations in the interaction surface-ground water.

Case study The case study, the Petrignano d’Assisi aquifer (approximately 75 km2) is located in the Umbria Region (Central Italy), within the Tiber river basin. It is part of the Umbra Valley aquifer and is located between the Martani. Panagopoulos A., A methodology for groundwater resources management of a typical alluvial aquifer system in Greece.

Panagopoulos A () A methodology for groundwater resources management of a typical alluvial aquifer system in Greece.

Ph.D. thesis, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, p Google Scholar Zampetakis G () Monitoring balance of groundwater and surface waters of Crete, Brackish Aquifers, Volume ΙΙΙ, Almyros Heraklion spring by: 1. Panagopoulos, A., A methodology for groundwater resources management of a typical alluvial.

aquifer system in Greece. Ph.D. thesis, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, pp. Panagopoulos, A., Karyotis, A., Georgiou, Th., Tsitouras, Al., Groundwater natural backgroundCited by: 1.

Dispersion of groundwater age in an alluvial aquifer system Gary S. Weissmann,1 Y. Zhang, Eric M. LaBolle, and Graham E. Fogg2 Hydrologic Sciences, University of California, Davis, California, USACited by: than 5,2 millions m’ in and the Var delta groundwater exploitation should be raised, The salinisation risks of the alluvial sheet and the coastal aquifer management problems bound to the economic and urban development of the coast [2] [3] led to set up a study of the site to characterize the.

A huge amount of water exists in the ground below your feet, and people all over the world make great use of it. But it is only found in usable quantities in certain places underground — aquifers.

Read on to understand the concepts of aquifers and how water exists in the ground. A hole dug at the beach is a great way to illustrate the concept.

Groundwater circulation and hydrogeochemical evolution in a typical alluvial-lacustrine plain of Qaidam Basin, Northwestern China Mr.

Yong Xiao Use of Boolean Logic in a GIS environment for selecting zones for Artificial Groundwater Recharge in north western Saudi Arabia. Considering the density of freshwater ( g/cm 3 at 20°C) and seawater ( g/cm 3 at 20°C), the equation given by Ghyben-Herzberg simplifies to z = 40 h.

Thus, for every meter of freshwater in an unconfined aquifer above sea level, there will be 40 m of freshwater in the aquifer below sea level (Drabbe and Ghyben, ; Herzberg, ).That is, if the groundwater level declines by a Cited by: 2.

Panagopoulos A.:™™ A methodology for groundwater resources management of a typical alluvial aquifer system in Greece™™ Phd thesis in University of Birmingham, Tsouflidou S., Dimitrakopoulos D. Louloudis G., Terzopoulou E.: flStudy for the protection of Domeniko lignite mine from ground waterfl, PPC, Athens Estimations of the available groundwater resources have been carried out, but in both principal aquifers there are pro­ blems with the application of conventional methods.

In the plateau areas the dambo drainage systems play an important but uncertain role in the movement and storage of groundwater. In the alluvialFile Size: 6MB. Aegean islands' limited groundwater resources set them among the most sensitive water districts of Greece.

Some of the main inhibiting factors affecting groundwater resources are the islands' limited surface areas, complex geological structure, sharp hilly morphology and low storativity combined with low annual rainfall and high average temperatures (Kourmoulis et al.

).Cited by: 2. Integrated Groundwater Resources Management Using the DPSIR Approach in a GIS Environment: A Case Study from the Gallikos River Basin, North Greece Christos Mattas 1, Konstantinos S. Voudouris 1,* and Andreas Panagopoulos 2 1 Laboratory of Engineering Geology &. An alluvial aquifer can be described as a groundwater system, generally unconfined, that is hosted in laterally discontinuous layers of gravel, sand, silt and clay, deposited by a river in a river channel, banks or flood by: 3.Groundwater is the most used water resource around the world, but due to population growth and climate change the alluvial lowland aquifers are often polluted and over-exploited.

Thus, more and more frequently water managers need to shift their attention to mountain regions to identify groundwater resources for drinking purposes.