Geoelectrical evidence of bicontinuum transport in groundwater

@inproceedings{Singha2007GeoelectricalEO,
  title={Geoelectrical evidence of bicontinuum transport in groundwater},
  author={Kamini Singha and F. D. Day-Lewis and John W. Lane},
  year={2007}
}
[1] Bicontinuum models and rate-limited mass transfer (RLMT) explain complex transport behavior (e.g., long tailing and rebound) in heterogeneous geologic media, but experimental verification is problematic because geochemical samples represent the mobile component of the pore space. Here, we present geophysical evidence of RLMT at the field scale during an aquifer-storage and recovery experiment in a fractured limestone aquifer in Charleston, South Carolina. We observe a hysteretic relation… CONTINUE READING