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02.12.2022 | Paper

Quantifying groundwater storage dynamics in the Chesapeake Bay watershed (USA) using a large-scale integrated hydrologic model with detailed three-dimensional subsurface representation

Expanding on current efforts to evaluate the role of groundwater dynamics in managing and restoring Chesapeake Bay (USA), the integrated hydrologic model ParFlow-CLM was applied to a 374,976-km2 area encompassing the Chesapeake Bay watershed. The …

Open Access 02.12.2022 | Report

Land subsidence caused by seasonal groundwater level fluctuations in Kawajima (Japan) and one-dimensional numerical modeling with an evolutionary algorithm

The causes of land subsidence in Kawajima, Japan, have been investigated through data compilation and numerical modeling. Land subsidence has progressed despite a gradual increase in the hydraulic head in the long term. Taking into account the …

02.12.2022 | Paper

Characterizing seasonal recharge between a river and shallow aquifer in a floodplain based on time-lapse electrical resistivity tomography

Recharge between a river and shallow aquifer in a floodplain involves critical hydrological processes for the whole ecological environment, which often exhibits heterogeneity because of seasonality and geological complexity. In this study …

02.12.2022 | Paper

Examining the assumptions of the single-porosity archetype for transport in bedrock aquifers

Bedrock aquifers are often characterized using porous medium concepts, but it is unclear to what extent these aquifers comply with the additional assumptions inherent in porous medium models. The core assumption is that aquifers can be treated as …

30.11.2022 | Essay

Challenges and approaches for management of seawater intrusion in coastal aquifers

Coastal aquifers provide water for over one billion people worldwide; however, they face seawater intrusion due to overpumping. The current and future challenges of coastal aquifer management involve issues such as climate change and the control …

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Hydrogeology Journal was founded in 1992 to foster understanding of hydrogeology; to describe worldwide progress in hydrogeology; and to provide an accessible forum for scientists, researchers, engineers, and practitioners in developing and industrialized countries. Since then, the journal has earned a large worldwide readership.

Its peer-reviewed research articles integrate subsurface hydrology and geology with supporting disciplines, such as: geochemistry, geophysics, geomorphology, geobiology, surface-water hydrology, tectonics, numerical modeling, economics, and sociology. Articles explore theoretical and applied aspects of hydrogeologic science, including studies ranging from local areas and short time periods to global problems and geologic time; innovative instrumentation; water-resource and mineral-resource evaluations; and overviews of hydrogeologic systems of interest in various regions.

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Hydrogeology Journal
Jahrgang 5/1997 - Jahrgang 30/2022
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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