Geophysical characterization of fractured rock aquifers: Accounting for scale effects and putting hydrology in the geophysics

Abstract

Characterization of fractured-bedrock aquifers is one of the most difficult problems in hydrogeology. Successful characterization of aquifers at the site scale requires the effective integration of the three basic tools at our disposal: 1) surface geophysical soundings provide full non-destructive coverage of the aquifer volume but are generally ambiguous… (More)

Topics

7 Figures and Tables