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IJEGE 14 - Volume 02
Coasts are highly sensitive to dynamic geomorphic processes that determine rapid environmental changes and landscape modifications and are potentially vulnerable to accelerated erosion hazard. Coasts densely inhabited and settled by human infrastructures are threatened by severe erosional processes; therefore the coastal vulnerability analysis may represent an essential tool for hazard mitigation and management purposes. Tiber River delta has been selected as study area because it has a particularly high
IJEGE 14 - Volume 02
This work involves the effects of the piezometric lowering due to the withdrawal of wells in urban areas, by examining in particular the case of Milan, whose drinking water wells are endowed with several hundred wells, pumping about 30 million cubic meters per year. An analysis performed by means of an hydrogeological model of the velocity field, showed that within the domain of the wide piezometric depression created by pumping wells, there are large areas of low flow velocity. These areas have been found
IJEGE 14 - Volume 02
Since ’90s the lower valley of Chienti River has been interested by a diffused contamination by chlorinated solvents (mainly PCE) used by local shoes companies. In order to analyze the feasible paths and travel times of a pollulant in the aquifer and so the possible problems that these contaminants can cause to the well field of Civitanova Marche, a detailed groundwater flow numerical model related to the drinking well field area has been developed, in steady and transient conditions, using Feflow 6.0 fro
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