Hydrogeophysics – Methods and Processes

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This is a reprint of the Special Issue on Hydrogeophysics – Methods and Processes published in the journal Near Surface Geophysics, Volume 7, Numbers 5–6, October/December 2009.

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Publisher EAGE
Language ENGLISH
Publish year 2009
Pages 661 pages
ISBN 9789073781757

Description

This is a reprint of the Special Issue on Hydrogeophysics – Methods and Processes published in the journal Near Surface Geophysics, Volume 7, Numbers 5?6, October/December 2009.

Groundwater is an increasingly scarce and fragile resource and there is wide recognition of the challenges we face in effectively protecting and sustainably managing clean sources of water for human consumption and agricultural uses. The emerging field of hydrogeophysics, being the development and application of geophysical methodologies to explore and assess hydrological properties, structures and processes, has a pivotal role to play in achieving these objectives.

Table of Contents

– From the publisher
– Foreword (L. Pellerin, K. Holiger, L. Slater and U. Yaramanci)
– Ultra-shallow imaging using 3D seismic-reflection methods (S.D. Sloan, D.W. Steeples and G.P. Tsoflias)
– Hydrogeological prospecting using P- and S-wave landstreamer seismic reflection methods (A.J.-M. Pugin, S.E. Pullan, J.A. Hunter and G.A. Oldenborger)
– Hydrogeologic structure underlying a recharge pond delineated with shear-wave seismic reflection and cone penetrometer data (S.S. Haines, A. Pidlisecky and R. Knight)
– Evidence for composite hydraulic architecture in an active fault system based on 3D seismic reflection, time-domain electromagnetics and temperature data (S. Hess, J.P. Fairley, J. Bradford, M. Lyke and W. Clement)
– Characterization of a coast aquifer using seismic and geoelectric borehole methods (H. Maurer, S. Friedel and D. Jaeggi)
– Automated monitoring of coastal aquifers with electrical resistivity tomography (R.D. Ogilvy, P.I. Meldrum, O. Kuras, P.B. Wilkinson, J.E. Chambers, M. Sen, A. Pulido-Bosch, J. Gisbert, S. Joretto, I. Frances and P. Tsourlos)
– Characterization of seawater intrusion using 2D imaging (F. Nguyen, A, Kemna, A. Antonsson, P. Engesgaard, O. Kuras, R. Ogilvy, J. Gisbert, S. Joretto and A. Pulido-Bosch)
– Monitoring freshwater-seawater interface dynamics with audiomagnetotelluric data (E. Falg?s, J. Ledo, A. Marcuello and P. Queralt)
– Estimating the depth of fresh and brackish groundwater in a predominantly saline region using geophysical and hydrological methods, Zeeland, the Netherlands (B.J.M. Goes, G.H.P. Oude Essink, R.W. Vernes and F. Sergi)
– Aquifer investigations in the Leon-Chinandega plains, Nicaragua, using electromagnetic and electrical methods (M. Corriols, M. Ryom Nielsen, T. Dahlin and N.B. Christensen)
– Ecohydrogeophysics at the Edwards Aquifer: insights form polarimetric ground-penetrating radar)
– Photometric flowmeter for measuring slow vertical water flows in wells (J. Ur?k, S. Mare?, M. Kobr, J. Luke? and S. Řezanina)
– Preferential fluid flow pathways in embankment dams imaged by self-potential tomography (A. Boleve, A. Revil, F. Janod, J.L. Mattiuzzo and J.-J. Fry)
– Embankment dam seepage evaluation from resistivity monitoring data (P. Sj?dahl, T. Dahlin and S. Johansson)
– Monitoring the hydrologic behaviour of a mountain slope via time- lapse electrical resistivity tomography (G. Cassiani, A. Godio, S. Stocco, A. Villa, R. Deiana, P. Frattini and M. Rossi)
– Characterizing lakebed seepage and geologic heterogeneity using resistivity imaging and temperature measurements (J.E. Nyquist, M.J. Heaney and L. Toran)
– The geophysical investigation of lake water seepage in the regulated environment of the Bosherston Lily Ponds, South Wales, UK. Part 1: natural, fracture-related pathways (C.R. Husband, N.J. Cassidy and I.G. Stimpson)
– Case histories of hydraulic conductivity estimation with induced polarization at the field scale (A. Hordt, A, Druiventak, R. Blaschek, F. Binot, A,. Kemna, P. Kreye and N. Zisser)
– Spectral induced polarization for the characterization of free-phase hydrocarbon contamination of sediments with low clay content
– Effective medium theories for modelling the relationship between electromagnetic properties and hydrological variables in geomaterials: a review (P. Cosenza, A. Ghorbani, C. Camerlynck, F. Rejiba, R. Gu?rin and A. Tabbagh)
– Numerical modelling of the IP effect at the pore scale (R. Blaschek and A. H?rdt)
– Stimultaneous inversion of magnetic resonance sounding in terms of water content, resistivity and decay times (M. Braun, J. Kamm and U. Yaramanci)
– Fast, laterally smooth inversion of airborne time-domain electromagnetic data (N.B. Christensen, J.E. Reid and M. Halkj?r)
– Spatial mapping of submerged cave systems by means of airborne electromagnetics: an emerging technology to support protection of endangered karst aquifers (R. Supper, K. Motschka, A. Ahli, P. Bauer-Gottwein, B. Gondwe, G. Merediz Alonso, A. R?mer, D. Ottowitz and W. Kinzelbach)
– A review of helicopter-borne electromagnetic methods for groundwater exploration (B. Siemon, A. V. Christiansen and E. Auken)
– Integrated management and utilization of hydrogeophysical data on a national scale (I. M?ller, V.H. S?ndergaard, F. J?rgensen, E. Auken and A.V. Christiansen)
– Bibliographies of the guest editors

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Weight1300 g
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Language

ENGLISH

Pages

661

Year of publication

2009

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