Utilizing multichannel electrical resistivity methods to examine the dynamics of the fresh water–seawater interface in two Hawaiian groundwater systems

@article{Dimova2012UtilizingME,
  title={Utilizing multichannel electrical resistivity methods to examine the dynamics of the fresh water–seawater interface in two Hawaiian groundwater systems},
  author={Natasha Dimova and Peter W Swarzenski and Henrieta Dulaiova and Craig R. Glenn},
  journal={Journal of Geophysical Research},
  year={2012},
  volume={117}
}
  • Natasha Dimova, Peter W Swarzenski, +1 author Craig R. Glenn
  • Published 2012
  • Geology
  • Journal of Geophysical Research
  • [1] Multichannel electrical resistivity (ER) measurements were conducted at two contrasting coastal sites in Hawaii to obtain new information on the spatial scales and dynamics of the fresh water–seawater interface and rates of coastal groundwater exchange. At Kiholo Bay (located on the dry, Kona side of the Big Island) and at a site in Maunalua Bay (Oahu), there is an evidence for abundant submarine groundwater discharge (SGD). However, the hydrologic and geologic controls on coastal… CONTINUE READING

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