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Can we simulate regional groundwater flow in a karst system using equivalent porous media models? Case study, Barton Springs Edwards aquifer, USA
Various approaches can be used to simulate groundwater flow in karst systems, including equivalent porous media distributed parameter, lumped parameter, and dual porosity approaches, as well asExpand
Artificial neural networks for automated year-round temperature prediction
Crops and livestock in most of the southeastern United States are susceptible to potential losses due to extreme cold and heat. However, given suitable warning, agricultural and horticulturalExpand
Improving Air Temperature Prediction with Artificial Neural Networks
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The mitigation of crop loss due to damaging freezes requires accurate air temperature prediction models. Expand
Revisiting the Hydrologic Divide between the San Antonio and Barton Springs Segments of the Edwards Aquifer: Insights from Recent Studies
Groundwater divides delineate the boundaries of aquifer systems and influence not only the local aquifer hydrodynamics but also the groundwater budget. The groundwater divide separating the SanExpand
Groundwater Flow in the Edwards Aquifer: Comparison of Groundwater Modeling and Dye Trace Results
The Edwards Aquifer of central Texas is a karst aquifer developed in faulted and fractured Cretaceous-age limestones and dolomites. Numerous groundwater models have been developed for the threeExpand
An Enhanced Artificial Neural Network for Air Temperature Prediction
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Finding synchronizing sequences for the finite automata is a very important problem in many practical applications (part orienters in industry, reset problem in biocomputing theory, network issues etc). Expand
Dye tracing recharge features under high-flow conditions, Onion Creek, Barton Springs Segment of the Edwards aquifer, Hays County, Texas
The Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District, in cooperation with the City of Austin, injected non-toxic organic dyes into two caves within the Barton Springs segment of the EdwardsExpand
A study of six weak organic acids commonly used in soldering fluxes
Cover-Collapse Sinkhole Development in the Cretaceous Edwards Limestone, Central Texas
89 of friable, highly altered, clayey limestone consistent with epikarst in-filled with terra rosa providing a cover of the feature. Dipping beds, and fractured bedrock support proximity to theExpand
GROUNDWATER AVAILABILITY OF THE BARTON SPRINGS SEGMENT OF THE EDWARDS AQUIFER , TEXAS : NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS THROUGH 2050 by
A two-dimensional, numerical groundwater-flow model was developed for the Barton Springs segment of the Edwards aquifer to evaluate groundwater availability and predict water levels and spring flowExpand
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