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Titulos:
Physical and chemical hydrogeology / Patrick A. Domenico, Franklin W. Schwartz
Idiomas:
eng
ISBN:
047150744X
Lugar de Edición:
New York:
Editor:
Wiley,
Fecha de Edición:
c1990
Notas Formateada:
1.Introduction: 1.1.What is hydrogeology? - 1.2.The relationship between hydrogeology and other fields of geology - 1.3.How to use this book - 1.4.The hydrologic cycle -- 2.The origin of porosity and permeability: 2.1.Porosity and permeability - 2.2.Continental environments - 2.3.The boundary between continental and marine environments - 2.4.Marine environments - 2.5.Uplift, diagenesis, and erosion - 2.6.Tectonism and the formation of fractures -- 3.Ground water movement: 3.1.Darcy's experimental law and field extensions - 3.2.Hydraulic conductivity and permeability of geologic material - 3.3.Darcy's law and the field mapping of hydraulic head - 3.4.Flow in fractured rocks - 3.5.Flow in the unsaturated zone -- 4.Elastic properties and main equations of flow: 4.1.Conservation of fluid mass - 4.2.The storage properties of porous media - 4.3.Boundary conditions and flow nets - 4.4.Deformable porous media - 4.5.Dimensional analysis -- 5.Hydraulic testing: models, methods, and applications: 5.1.Prototype geologic model in hydraulic testing - 5.2.Conventional hydraulic test procedures and analysis - 5.3.Single borehole tests - 5.4.Partial penetration, superpostion, and bounded aquifers -- 5.5.Hydraulic testing in fractured or low permeability rocks - 5.6.Some applications to hydraulic problems -- 6.Ground water as a resource: 6.1.Development of ground water resources - 6.2.Simulation of aquifer response to pumping - 6.3.Land subsidence and sea water intrusion - 6.4.Simulation-optimization concepts -- 7.Ground water in the basin hydrologic cycle: 7.1.Topographic driving forces - 7.2.Surface features of ground water flow - 7.3.Some engineering and geologic implications of topographic drive systems -- 8.Ground water in the Eartb's crust: 8.1.Abnormal fluid presures in active depositional environments - 8.2.Porew fluids in tectonic processes -- 9.Heat transport in ground water flow: 9.1.Conduction, convection, and equations of heat transport - 9.2.Forced convection - 9.3.Free convection - 9.4.Energy resources - 9.5.Heat transport and geologic repositories for nuclear waste storage -- 10.Solute and oarticle transport: 10.1.Advection - 10.2.Particle transport - 10.3.Basic concepts of dispersion - 10.4.Character of the dispersion coefficient - 10.5.A geostatistical model of dispersion - 10.6.Mixing in fractured media -- 11.Principles of aqueous geochemistry: 11.1.Introduction to aqueous systems - 11.2.Structure of water and the occurrence of mass in water - 11.3.Equilibrium versus kinetic descriptions of reactions - 11.4.Equilibrium models of reactions - 11.5.Deviations from equilibrium - 11.6.Kinetic reactions - 11.7.Organic compounds - 11.8.Ground water composition - 11.9.Describing chemical data -- 12. Chemical reactions: 12.1.Acid-base reactions - 12.2.Solution, exsolution, volatilization, and precipitation - 12.3.Complexation reactions - 12.4.Reactions on surfaces - 12.5.Oxidation-reduction reactions - 12.6.Hydrolysis - 12.7.Isotopic processes -- 13.The mathematics of mass transport: 13.1.Mass transport equations - 13.2.Mass transport with reaction - 13.3.Boundry and initial conditions -- 14.Mass transport in ground water flow: aqueous systems: 14.1.Mixing as an agent for chemical change - 14.2.Inorganic reactions in the unsaturated zone - 14.3.Organic reactions in the unsaturated zone - 14.4.Inorganic reactions in the saturated zone - 14.5.Case study of the Milk river aquifer - 14.6.Quantitative approaches for evaluating chemical patterns - 14.7.Age dating of ground water -- 15.Mass transport in ground water flow: geologic systems: 15.1.Mass transport in carbonate rocks - 15.2.Economic mineralization - 15.3.Migration and entrapment of hydrocarbons - 15.4.Self-organization in hydrogeologic systems - 15.5.Coupled phenomena -- 16.Introduction to contaminant hydrogeology: 16.1.Sources of ground water contamination - 16.2.Solute plumes as a manifestation of processes - 16.3.Multifluid contaminant problems - 16.4.Design and quality assurance issues in water sampling - 16.5.Sampling methods - 16.6.Indirect methods for detecting contamination -- 17.Modeling contaminant transport: 17.1.Analytical approaches - 17.2.Programming the analytical solutions for computers - 17.3.Semianalytical approaches - 17.4.Numerical approaches - 17.5.Case study in the application of a numerical model -- 18.Process and parameter identification: 18.1.Tracers and tracer tests - 18.2.The diffusional model of dispersion - 18.3.Dispersivities estimated using the advection-dispersion equation - 18.4.New approaches in estimating dispersivity - 18.5.Identification of geochemical processes - 18.6.Quantification of geochemical processes -- 19.Remediation: 19.1.Overview of corrective action alternatives -- 19.2.Technical considerations with injection Withdrawal systems - 19.3.Methods for designing injection/Withdrawal systems - 19.4.Interceptor systems for LNAPL recovery - 19.5.Bioremediation - 19.6.Steps for dealing with problems of contamination - 19.7.Case studies in site remediation
Palabras clave:
HIDROGEOLOGIA; GEOQUIMICA; AGUAS SUBTERRANEAS

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0 ^a1.Introduction: 1.1.What is hydrogeology? - 1.2.The relationship between hydrogeology and other fields of geology - 1.3.How to use this book - 1.4.The hydrologic cycle -- 2.The origin of porosity and permeability: 2.1.Porosity and permeability - 2.2.Continental environments - 2.3.The boundary between continental and marine environments - 2.4.Marine environments - 2.5.Uplift, diagenesis, and erosion - 2.6.Tectonism and the formation of fractures -- 3.Ground water movement: 3.1.Darcy's experimental law and field extensions - 3.2.Hydraulic conductivity and permeability of geologic material - 3.3.Darcy's law and the field mapping of hydraulic head - 3.4.Flow in fractured rocks - 3.5.Flow in the unsaturated zone -- 4.Elastic properties and main equations of flow: 4.1.Conservation of fluid mass - 4.2.The storage properties of porous media - 4.3.Boundary conditions and flow nets - 4.4.Deformable porous media - 4.5.Dimensional analysis -- 5.Hydraulic testing: models, methods, and applications: 5.1.Prototype geologic model in hydraulic testing - 5.2.Conventional hydraulic test procedures and analysis - 5.3.Single borehole tests - 5.4.Partial penetration, superpostion, and bounded aquifers -- 5.5.Hydraulic testing in fractured or low permeability rocks - 5.6.Some applications to hydraulic problems -- 6.Ground water as a resource: 6.1.Development of ground water resources - 6.2.Simulation of aquifer response to pumping - 6.3.Land subsidence and sea water intrusion - 6.4.Simulation-optimization concepts -- 7.Ground water in the basin hydrologic cycle: 7.1.Topographic driving forces - 7.2.Surface features of ground water flow - 7.3.Some engineering and geologic implications of topographic drive systems -- 8.Ground water in the Eartb's crust: 8.1.Abnormal fluid presures in active depositional environments - 8.2.Porew fluids in tectonic processes -- 9.Heat transport in ground water flow: 9.1.Conduction, convection, and equations of heat transport - 9.2.Forced convection - 9.3.Free convection - 9.4.Energy resources - 9.5.Heat transport and geologic repositories for nuclear waste storage -- 10.Solute and oarticle transport: 10.1.Advection - 10.2.Particle transport - 10.3.Basic concepts of dispersion - 10.4.Character of the dispersion coefficient - 10.5.A geostatistical model of dispersion - 10.6.Mixing in fractured media -- 11.Principles of aqueous geochemistry: 11.1.Introduction to aqueous systems - 11.2.Structure of water and the occurrence of mass in water - 11.3.Equilibrium versus kinetic descriptions of reactions - 11.4.Equilibrium models of reactions - 11.5.Deviations from equilibrium - 11.6.Kinetic reactions - 11.7.Organic compounds - 11.8.Ground water composition - 11.9.Describing chemical data -- 12. Chemical reactions: 12.1.Acid-base reactions - 12.2.Solution, exsolution, volatilization, and precipitation - 12.3.Complexation reactions - 12.4.Reactions on surfaces - 12.5.Oxidation-reduction reactions - 12.6.Hydrolysis - 12.7.Isotopic processes -- 13.The mathematics of mass transport: 13.1.Mass transport equations - 13.2.Mass transport with reaction - 13.3.Boundry and initial conditions -- 14.Mass transport in ground water flow: aqueous systems: 14.1.Mixing as an agent for chemical change - 14.2.Inorganic reactions in the unsaturated zone - 14.3.Organic reactions in the unsaturated zone - 14.4.Inorganic reactions in the saturated zone - 14.5.Case study of the Milk river aquifer - 14.6.Quantitative approaches for evaluating chemical patterns - 14.7.Age dating of ground water -- 15.Mass transport in ground water flow: geologic systems: 15.1.Mass transport in carbonate rocks - 15.2.Economic mineralization - 15.3.Migration and entrapment of hydrocarbons - 15.4.Self-organization in hydrogeologic systems - 15.5.Coupled phenomena -- 16.Introduction to contaminant hydrogeology: 16.1.Sources of ground water contamination - 16.2.Solute plumes as a manifestation of processes - 16.3.Multifluid contaminant problems - 16.4.Design and quality assurance issues in water sampling - 16.5.Sampling methods - 16.6.Indirect methods for detecting contamination -- 17.Modeling contaminant transport: 17.1.Analytical approaches - 17.2.Programming the analytical solutions for computers - 17.3.Semianalytical approaches - 17.4.Numerical approaches - 17.5.Case study in the application of a numerical model -- 18.Process and parameter identification: 18.1.Tracers and tracer tests - 18.2.The diffusional model of dispersion - 18.3.Dispersivities estimated using the advection-dispersion equation - 18.4.New approaches in estimating dispersivity - 18.5.Identification of geochemical processes - 18.6.Quantification of geochemical processes -- 19.Remediation: 19.1.Overview of corrective action alternatives -- 19.2.Technical considerations with injection Withdrawal systems - 19.3.Methods for designing injection/Withdrawal systems - 19.4.Interceptor systems for LNAPL recovery - 19.5.Bioremediation - 19.6.Steps for dealing with problems of contamination - 19.7.Case studies in site remediation
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Proveniencia:
^aInstituto Tecnológico Buenos Aires (ITBA) - Biblioteca
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