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Controls on ground water chemistry in central and western Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1982)
Geochemical evolution of waters from the semi-arid western Great Basin and parts of the Sierra Nevada was analyzed using common techniques for computation of ionic speciation, classification, R-mode factor analysis and an ...
An evaluation of inertial effects in a well-aquifer system
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1977)
The effects of fluid inertia in a well-aquifer system were evaluated using an electric analog network and a computerized electrical circuit analysis program.
Fundamentals of aquifer multiphase flow in response to inertial and viscous forces
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1994)
Fundamentals of aquifer multiphase flow in response to inertial and viscous forces have been examined. A new law is introduced which assumes the skeletal matrix behaves a non-Newtonian flow that is coupled with pore fluid ...
Integrated geochemical and hydraulic analyses of Nevada Test Site ground water systems
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1986)
Major ion, tritium, stable isotope analyses, and radio-carbon age dating have been utilized in conjunction with hydraulic data to study groundwater flow regimes at the Nevada Test Site.
Modeling the transient horizontal movement of an aquifer based on the Gersevanov-Darcy law
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1991)
The velocity of solids, displacement of solids, and volumetric strains related to an aquifer are calculated in response to discharge and injection wells using a numerical model which incorporates the Gersevanov - Darcy law.
Hydrogeology of the Al-Marj Basin, Libya
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1980)
With most of the Al-Marj basin's precipitation lost by evapotranspiration, aquifer overuse provides new problems.
Relationships between streamflow and groundwater in Humboldt River Valley near Winnemucca, Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1969)
The physical and hydrologic relationships between the Humboldt River and the groundwater reservoir are examined in this study for the reach of river between Comus and Rose Creek gaging stations.
An LP embedded simulation model for conjunctive use management optimization
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1983)
Equations for groundwater flow and surface water continuity have been embedded in a linear programming hydraulic management model. The embedding method is useful for small problems over a limited number of time steps, but ...
Numerical simulation of artificial recharge in Cold Spring Valley, Nevada
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1981)
A steady-state, finite element model was used to simulate the Cold Spring Valley groundwater flow system. The primary limiting factor to any artificial recharge scenario in Cold Spring Valley is the response of the water ...
Some aspects of the hydrogeology of the Spring Mountains and Pahrump Valley, Nevada, and environs, as determined by spring evaluation
(University of Nevada, Reno, 1966)
The hydrogeology of the Spring Mountains and Pahrump Valley, Nevada has been evaluated. Analysis of geology indicates that nearly all springs are controlled by impermeable fault contacts or exposure of cavernous systems.