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IJEGE 06 Volume 02
The research has been focused on the hydrogeological behaviour of the basin facies carbonate aquifers that largely outcrop in the Molise region (southern Italy) and are mainly constituted of limestone, cherty limestone and marls. This kind of aquifers, differently from the ones constituted by carbonate platform series, knownly formed by karst limestone, dolomitic-limestone and dolomite, has never been studied in the past, even if they represent the main drinking water resource for the Molise region.
IJEGE 06 Volume 02
This paper deals with the results of a hydrodynamic numerical model carried out within the multidisciplinary study of San Pedro Sula (Honduras) alluvial aquifer. The main focus was the appraisal of water resources for the supply of drinking water. As well as normal hydrogeological methodologies and hydrological ones, the use of geo-electrical prospections, well electric logs and stratigraphies made it possible to evaluate hydraulic parameters which were used as model input data. Due to the complexity
IJEGE 06 Volume 02
This paper compares the elastic response spectra, prescribed by EC8 (2003) part 1, to those inferred by means of 1D equivalent - linear analyses in a number of well characterized sites in Tuscany (Italy). Soil characterization has been done in the framework of a program supported by the Regional Government of Tuscany and devoted to the assessment of local site effects and to the reduction of seismic risk. Reference spectra have been selected according to the type of soil and expected Magnitude. Influ
IJEGE 06 Volume 02
The results of the geochemical investigation of 54 springs flowing into the drainage basins of the river Abatemarco and of the stream Vaccuta (northern Calabria) are reported in this paper. Considerations on the chemical composition of the waters, hydrogeological information and six thematic maps were made allowing to identify three main aquifers: a deep aquifer in equilibrium with carbonate rocks, a superficial metamorphic aquifer and a valley aquifer constituted by conglomerates and sands. The pre
IJEGE 06 Volume 02
A methodological approach for the assessment of hydrogeological instability events (HIEs) in the Napoli municipality area is proposed. The statistical analysis of collected data (about 900 drill holes, 600 Cone Penetration Test (CPT), climatic data and about 4500 HIEs) has shown: a) an increase in hollow and sinking (HS), deep hollow and deep sinking (DHS) as well as instability events concerning supporting wall (IEW) limited over short time, in case of intense but short rainfall; b) an increase of H
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