Inversion of borehole-response test data for estimation of subglacial hydraulic properties

@article{Stone1997InversionOB,
  title={Inversion of borehole-response test data for estimation of subglacial hydraulic properties},
  author={D. Stone and G. Clarke and R. Ellis},
  journal={Journal of Glaciology},
  year={1997},
  volume={43},
  pages={103-113}
}
Response tests are widely used in ground-water studies to assess the hydraulic properties of sub-surface water-flow systems. The simplicity of such tests also makes them attractive for investigation of subglacial hydraulic conditions. This paper describes a systematic, quantitative approach to the analysis of borehole-response test data. The approach uses the theoretical model of Stone and Clarke (1993), which describes water motion in a coupled borehole-subglacial flow system; this framework… Expand
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