Characterizing a faulted aquifer by field testing and numerical simulation.

@article{Allen1999CharacterizingAF,
  title={Characterizing a faulted aquifer by field testing and numerical simulation.},
  author={Diana M. Allen and Frederick A. Michel},
  journal={Ground water},
  year={1999},
  volume={37 5},
  pages={718-28}
}
Faulted aquifers constitute one of the most complex geological environments for analysis and interpretation of hydraulic test data because of the inherent ability of faults to act not only as highly transmissive zones but also as hydraulic barriers. Previous studies of the fractured carbonate aquifer at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, characterized the flow regime as predominantly linear, but with limited radial nature, and undertook to analyze constant discharge test data using both… CONTINUE READING

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