2 edition of Groundwater in the urban environment found in the catalog.
Groundwater in the urban environment
IAH Congress on Groundwater in the Urban Environment (27th 1997 Nottingham)
|Statement||edited by John Chilton et al.. Vol.1, Problems, processes and management.|
|Contributions||Chilton, John., International Association of Hydrogeologists.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii,682 p. :|
|Number of Pages||682|
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Groundwater plays a critical, but complex and often unrecognised, role in the urban environment. In many cases it is of major importance in municipal, private industrial and domestic by: Groundwater in the Urban Environment, Volume 2 (IAH - International Contributions to Hydrogeology) [Chilton, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Groundwater in the Urban Environment, Volume 2 (IAH - Format: Hardcover. Groundwater in the Urban Environment. Groundwater plays a critical role in the urban environment.
In many cases it is of major importance in municipal, private industrial and domestic water-supply. Groundwater conditions are also of primary significance in the construction and maintenance of the subsurface engineering s: 1. Groundwater in the Urban Environment Peter Shanahan Groundwater is a critical resource for many of the world’s cities.
While a few cities (for example, New York) rely upon protected surface-water reservoirs for their sup-ply, many more depend on groundwater. Conservation, protection, and management of groundwater are thus necessities for most cities. Groundwater in the Urban Environment. Groundwater is a critical resource for many of the world’s cities.
While a few cities (for example, New York) rely upon protected surface-water reservoirs for their supply, many more depend on groundwater. Conservation, protection, and management of groundwater are thus necessities for most cities.
The conceptual model for the groundwater flow system, the schematization of the aquifer boundaries and the estimation of basic hydrogeological parameters are among the main issues which should be investigated to develop a sustainable, scientifically supported urban groundwater management system.
Key Features Presents a framework for evaluating groundwater environment in urban environments. Includes case studies and local examples from a broad geographical range The book will be a valuable resource for groundwater adversaries in the scientific, The contents in this book are very.
In urban areas, groundwater as a source of domestic, commercial and industrial water has greatly contributed to the development of cities. Groundwater in urban areas is sometimes contaminated with multiple contaminants at higher concentrations than in rural by: 8.
Groundwater problems in urban areas Changing groundwater levels are causing problems in many cities and urban areas throughout the world. Over-abstraction of water for prolonged periods has caused levels to fall with ensuing foundation settlement and structural damage caused by consolidation of the underlying strata, in addition to frequent deterioration of water.
Water, Environment & Ecotechnologies division > 8 Groundwater management issues in urban areas Overexploitation due to increase of water demand => cone of depression in groundwater of several decades of m depth Needs to set up various scenarios for remediation, and to carry out modeling.