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The impact of storm events on a riverbed system and its hydraulic conductivity at a site of induced infiltration.
The spatial and temporal variability of riverbed vertical hydraulic conductivity (K(v)) was investigated at a site of induced infiltration, associated with a municipal well field, to assess theExpand
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Drinking water quality in the Mount Kasigau region of Kenya: a source to point-of-use assessment
Drinking water quality was investigated in seven rural villages surrounding Mount Kasigau in southeastern Kenya, where water is piped from unprotected dammed streams and springs in the Kasigau cloudExpand
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Using temperature modeling to investigate the temporal variability of riverbed hydraulic conductivity during storm events
Summary Understanding the impact of storm events on riverbed hydraulic conductivity is crucial in assessing the efficacy of riverbank filtration as a water-treatment option. In this study, theExpand
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Assessment of geophysical surveys as a tool to estimate riverbed hydraulic conductivity
Summary The goal of this project was to investigate to what extent the vertical hydraulic conductivity ( K v ) of a riverbed could be estimated by geophysical methods capable of gatheringExpand
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Effectiveness of Man-Made Wetland Systems in Filtering Contaminants from Urban Runoff in Milledgeville, Georgia.
A wetland system made up of linked basins was investigated to determine its role in local flood control and contaminant filtration. The study focused on a wetland basin that is dominated by theExpand
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Using GIS and remote sensing to explore the influence of physical environmental factors and historical land use on bushland structure
Bushland is a vegetation type with a dense cover of woody plants of low stature and a grass understory. We explored the influence of environmental factors (precipitation, topography, geology,Expand
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Phosphate Desorption Across Particle Size After Sustainable Agriculture Practices
Within a watershed, increased phosphate (PO4 ) concentrations can result in accelerated eutrophication, a process through which excess amount of nutrients, such as nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P),Expand