geohydrologic

geohydrologic

(ˌdʒiːəʊˌhaɪdrəˈlɒdʒɪk)
adj
(Geological Science) relating to geohydrology
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The Mississippian geohydrologic unit represents the combined strata of Cambrian-Ordovician-Silurian as well as rocks of Mississippian age.
Dente provides geotechnical, geohydrologic, and construction materials engineering and testing services, including special inspection and drilling capabilities.
and Raymond, J.R., Geohydrologic Characterization for Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage, The 27th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference Proceedings, 1992, pp.
This third generation project builds on existing data, but emphasizes assumptions and approaches that will generate a model which will be as reflective of real geohydrologic conditions as possible, and will be useful for running multiple scenarios on demand.
The Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Plain of the United States, generally referred to as the southeastern Coastal Plain, is a broad region including physiographic areas, which are quite varied in geohydrologic conditions (Figure 1).
Summary of geohydrologic relationships in the Lost River watershed, Indiana, applied to water use and Environment.
Arsenic concentrations in soil and water in many rural areas of Australia are high because of both natural geohydrologic conditions and the presence of contamination resulting from gold mining operations, industrial wastes, and runoff from agricultural land [Australian Water Resources Council (AWRC) 1982; Department of Manufacturing and Industry Development (DMID) 1991].
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, WATER RESOURCES INVESTIGATIONS, REPORT 93-4149, GEOHYDROLOGIC FRAMEWORK AND HYDROLOGIC CONDITIONS IN THE ALBUQUERQUE BASIN CENTRAL NEW MEXICO (1993).
Beginning with four short-term tests started in 1982 and progressing to three long-term tests completed this year, substantial data have been gathered related to geohydrologic performance and geochemical behavior.