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Spatial variability of hydraulic properties in an undisturbed alluvial soil
AuthorPanian, Thomas F
AdvisorCase, Clinton M.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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Properties of soil on an alluvial fan in the Frenchman Flat area of the Nevada Test Site were measured and have been related to unsaturated hydraulic conductivity. A geostatistical analysis has been performed to study spatial variability of the properties. Contour maps of the three spatially dependent properties were created by kriging techniques.
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Nevada Test Site
unsaturated hydraulic conductivity
Mackay Science Project