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SIMULATION AND DESIGN OF PUMPING AND INJECTION SCHEMES FOR AQUIFER RESTORATION UNDER VARIABLE HYDROGEOLOGIC CONDITIONS
The USGS MOC Model is a useful tool for evaluating different well patterns in an aquifer restoration scheme under variable hydrogeologic conditions. The best well pattern for a groundwater cleanup is highly site-specific ...
Probabilistic analysis in surface water hydrology: Open drainage channels and detention basins
A reliability-based method for analyzing open drainage channels and detention basins using the full marginal distributions of uncertain parameters together with correlation coefficients will be presented in this work. A ...
Integration of a surcharged pipe model and an overland flow model for flood prediction in a highly urbanized area
Two models were incorporated to evaluate the hydrologic and hydraulic behavior of the Harris Gully watershed in Houston, Texas. A HEC-1 model was created and calibrated to three historical storms for average errors of 6% ...
Determination of streamflow characteristics for ungaged Texas streams using regression analysis
The harmonic mean, 7Q2 (7-day, 2-year low-flow), and 7Q10 are streamflow characteristics used to determine stream waste load allocations. Predictive equations for these characteristics of ungaged Texas streams are developed ...