2 edition of Geostatistics applied to groundwater contaminant plume characterization found in the catalog.
Geostatistics applied to groundwater contaminant plume characterization
Richard Mark Cooper
Written in English
|Statement||by Richard Mark Cooper.|
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|Pagination||109 leaves, bound :|
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The four categories of information important for source zone characterization are (1) the nature and presence of the source material, whether it be a DNAPL or chemical explosives, (2) the hydrogeologic setting, (3) source zone delineation, including geometry, distribution, migration, and dissolution rate in the subsurface, and (4) the biogeochemical environment of the site. DEFINITION OF DISPERSIVITY Contaminant transport models usually have been applied to existing waste-disposal sites where a contaminant plume had been identified during a field monitoring program. The stan- dard modeling procedure has been to adjust values of disper- sivity until the model correctly reproduces the observed con- centration.
Shallow aquifers of Tianjin Plain formed by alluvium, marine and lacustrine sedimentary sequences, and resulting complex structure impose challenges to modeling groundwater flow and contaminant transport in it. To solve the problem and prove its feasibility, this study utilizes TProGS (Transition Probability Geostatistical Software) to describe hydrogeological structure of engineering . Groundwater hydrology, aquifer characterization, modeling and analysis of contaminant transport in soils and in groundwater, inverse modeling, geostatistics and stochastic methods for hydrogeological Books: (1) Applied Stochastic Hydrogeology, Oxford University Press, (2) Hydrogeophysics, with Susan Hubbard, Springer,
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GIS and Geostatistical Techniques for Groundwater Science provides a detailed synthesis of the application of GIS and geostatistics in groundwater studies. As the book illustrates, GIS can be a powerful tool for developing solutions for water resource problems, assessing water quality, and managing water resources.
Geostatistics applied to contaminated site characterization and remediation The global economy and success of contaminated site characterization and remediation projects and the environmental exposure are strongly impacted by the quantity of material to be excavated, treated, then re-used or eliminated.
This paper presents an introduction for the nonspecialist to the use of geostatistics to estimate and map contaminant concentrations and estimation errors in a groundwater plume from a set of measu Cited by: Title: Geostatistics Applied to Groundwater Contaminant Plume Characterization Abstract approved: Previous to this thesis, geostatistics has not been applied to the problem of estimating the total amount of contaminant present in a contaminant plume in groundwater.
Nor has a plume been mapped previously. This paper presents an introduction for the nonspecialist to the use of geostatistics to estimate and map contaminant concentrations and estimation errors in a groundwater plume from a set of.
A practical three-dimensional estimation method for in situ groundwater contaminant concentrations is introduced. Keywords Robust Estimator Contaminant Plume Experimental Variograms Heterogeneous Aquifer Geostatistical Technique. Interpolation of contaminant data can present a significant challenge due to sample clustering and sharp gradients in concentration.
The research presented in this paper represents a study of commonly used interpolation schemes applied to three‐dimensional plume characterization. The groundwater dynamics of contamination plume constitute one of the most critical problems in the geohydrology of contamination.
During the recent decades, the substantive approaches and models. Characterization of contamination resulting from industrial activities in soils or groundwater is a major issue for site remediation (Last et al.,Zhang et al., ).
The extent and level of the potential contamination should be known as precisely as possible, with minimum uncertainty. Geostatistics has played an increasing role in both groundwater hydrology and petroleum reservoir characterization and modeling, driven mainly by the recognition that heterogeneity in petrophysical properties (i.e., permeability and porosity) dominates groundwater °ow, solute transport, and multiphase migra-tion in the subsurface.
A discussion of the geological causes, types, and scales of aquifer heterogeneity is first provided. Aquifer characterization methods are then discussed, followed by chapters on data upscaling, groundwater modelling, and geostatistics. This book is a must for every practitioner, graduate student, or researcher dealing with aquifer.
the costs associated with long-term monitoring of sites with groundwater contamination. The method combines a fate-and-transport model, plume interpolation, and a genetic algorithm to identify cost-effective sampling plans that accurately quantify the total mass of dissolved contaminant.
The plume interpolation methods considered were inverse. This paper introduces a new interpolation method to estimate the spatial distribution of contaminant concentrations in groundwater.
The method is intended to identify areas of risks in early invest. Part of the Quantitative Geology and Geostatistics book series (QGAG, volume 4) Geostatistics applied to Groundwater Contamination, 1.
Methodology, Jour. Envr. Engr., ASCE in press, a. Google Scholar Geostatistics applied to toxic waste–A case study, in Geostatistics for Natural Resource Characterization, Part 2, G. Verely, M. Applied groundwater modeling with Modflow and Model Muse.
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Assessing the impact of source-zone remediation efforts at the contaminant-plume scale through analysis of contaminant mass discharge. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology(), DOI: /d Kriging, a geostatistical technique, can be used to obtain the best minimum estimation error, linear, unbiased estimates of contaminant concentrations at points within a contaminant plume from a se.
Persistence of a Groundwater Contaminant Plume after Hydraulic Source Containment at a Chlorinated-Solvent Contaminated Site. Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation34 (4), DOI: /gwmr Mark L. Brusseau, Zhilin Guo. Husam Baalousha, Assessment of a groundwater quality monitoring network using vulnerability mapping and geostatistics: A case study from Heretaunga Plains, New Zealand, Agricultural Water Management, /, 97, 2, (), ().
Liu, Y., T. Illangasekare, and P. Kitanidis (), Long-term mass transfer and mixing-controlled reactions of a DNAPL plume from persistent residuals, Journal of Contaminant.
Geostatistics applied to groundwater contaminant plume characterization Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to.Probabilistic summaries of these simulations were used to develop (a) maps showing the probability of contamination exceeding specified theshold values, (b) probability distributions for contaminant accumulation and concentration at unsampled locations, (c) probabilistic descriptions for the location of contaminant‐plume boundaries, and (d.Make better decisions.
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