Quantity and Quality Modeling of Groundwater by Conjugation of ANN and Co-Kriging Approaches

@inproceedings{Nourani2012QuantityAQ,
  title={Quantity and Quality Modeling of Groundwater by Conjugation of ANN and Co-Kriging Approaches},
  author={Vahid Nourani and Reza Goli Ejlali},
  year={2012}
}
Today, groundwater is a major source of supply for domestic and agricultural purposes; especially in arid and semi arid regions. More water is being consumed to meet of a society whose population increases steadily. Worldwide, irrigated land has increased from 50 million ha in 1900 to 267 million ha in 2000 (Cay and Uyan, 2009). The climatic changes stemming from global warming also have negative effects on water resources. Both over exploitation from aquifers, and drought events have caused… CONTINUE READING

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Vahid Nourani, Reza Goli Ejlali
  • Purna Nayak (Ed.),
  • 2012