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IJEGE 10 - Volume 02
Understanding salt water intrusion in coastal aquifers is very important for appropriately managing water resources, especially in fractured and karst aquifers. This study analyses the salt water intrusion phenomenon in the carbonate aquifer of the Mount Faito near the spring area of Castellammare di Stabia. In this area, groundwater outflow near the coastline reaches a total of about 0.5 m3/s, from various springs that differ from one another in discharge rate and water chemistry. Results of the previo
IJEGE 10 - Volume 02
The research project discussed in this paper was focused on the Sibillini Mountains National Park. The project was expected to hydrogeologically characterise the carbonate aquifers supplying the springs of the Park’s perennial streams, by using quantitative hydrogeology methods. Analysis of data, directly collected in the fi eld over many years of surveys, yielded quantitative information about local renewable groundwater resources, i.e. discharges from the dominantly linear springs and actual water avai
IJEGE 10 - Volume 02
Determining the yield of a production well remains one of the main challenges in hydrogeological studies. Yield estimates are especially challenging when a borehole taps a heterogeneous aquifer, such as those in fi ssured media. The present study examines a three-year survey of a continuously exploited well, functioning at constant-head. The studied well penetrates fractured rocks formed by locally poorly-karstifi ed Cretaceous limestones with varying degrees of fracturing. The well discharge and precipit
IJEGE 10 - Volume 02
The climate variability during the last millennium was rigorously documented by Umberto MONTERIN in 1937 on the base of historical data collected in alpine area. More specifically the 1937 on the base of historical data collected in alpine area. More specifically the Medieval Warm period (MWP) from 950 to 1250 and the Little Ice Age (LIA) from 1500 to 1850 are testified. These data are a piece of the global picture gathered by many scientists during two centuries of research. This picture challenges
IJEGE 10 - Volume 02
Le portate sorgive di un vasto sistema carsico della Campania sono state analizzate al fine trovare la relazione con il regime delle piogge durante periodi di siccità. A causa del clima tipicamente Mediterraneo e delle condizioni idrogeologiche degli acquiferi, gli idrogrammi sorgivi sono caratterizzati in genere da un unico colmo durante il periodo aprile-maggio, con trascurabile componente del flusso veloce (quick flow). Una ricarica insufficiente causata da scarse piogge determina idrogrammi privi di
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