Coastal groundwater system changes in response to large-scale land reclamation

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Reclamation of land -- Environmental aspects, Groundwater flow, Groundwater -- Quality, Coastal zone management, Estuarine hydrology, Saltwater encroac
StatementHaipeng Guo and Jiu J. Jiao.
ContributionsJiao, Jiu J.
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LC ClassificationsTD428.L35 G86 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL22653200M
ISBN 139781606922187
LC Control Number2008043936
OCLC/WorldCa261174684

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Coastal Groundwater System Changes in Response to Large-Scale Land ReclamationFormat: Paperback. Changes of Coastal Groundwater Systems 81 land reclamation on groundwater flow and contaminant migration in Penny’s Bay and Mid-Level areas, Hong Kong (Jiao, ; Jiao, ; Jiao et al., ).

Jiao et al. () presented some analytical solutions on the influence of reclamation on the water level changes in coastal unconfined Size: KB. coastal groundwater system changes in response to large-scale land reclamation ; contents ; preface ; introduction ; impact of land reclamation in an extensive land mass ; impact of reclamation on ground water level and saltwater interface ; solution for ground water level and saltwater interface ; Get this from a library.

Coastal groundwater system changes in response to large-scale land reclamation. [Haipeng Guo; Jiu J Jiao].

groundwater systems are affected by land reclamation and construction of building foundations. Using a case study in the Mid-Levels part of Hong Kong, an area on the north-facing slopes of Victoria Peak on Hong Kong Is-land, the changes in groundwater flow in response to land reclamation and construction of deep foundations in an.

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Main author: Guo, Haipeng. Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest (Firm) Other authors: Jiao, Jiu J.

Format: eBook Online access: Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central. Using a coastal area in Hong Kong as a case study, this paper discusses the change in a groundwater system due to land reclamation and construction of building foundations in a coastal area.

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Impact of Coastal Land Reclamation on Ground Water Level and the Sea Water Interface Article in Ground Water 45(3) May with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'. The land strip is 1 km width by 55 km length and has a fixed water level of m msl. Note that in the Netherlands, land reclamation is considered as a means to use the forces of nature to produce hydraulic engineering infrastructure and to create new opportunities for nature at the same time (“Building with Nature”).

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Hydrology and global environmental change by Nigel Arnell. Climate change and water resources by Younos, GradyAuthor: Mitch Casto. As coastal wetlands are under a great deal of pressure from the dual forces of rising sea levels and the intervention of human populations, both along the estuary and in the river catchment, this book covers important issues, such as the destruction or degradation of wetlands from land reclamation and infrastructures, impacts from the discharge.

Large‐Scale Aquifer Replenishment and Seawater Intrusion Control. Using Recycled Water in Southern California by R. Herndon. 1 and M. Markus. 1 Abstract Ineighteen years after determining that its Talbert Seawater Barrier required expansion. Abstract.

This study was conducted to identify the availability of coastal groundwater discharge (CGD), subsurface fluids flowing from inland through the coastal area to sea, as an alternative water resource for a large-scale reclaimed by: 5. Increasing human encroachment, land reclamation, coastal development and economic activity (e.g., shipping, recreation, mining) are considered to be among the major anthropogenic impacts on the File Size: KB.

Prior to the arrival of surface water, large-scale groundwater development for agricultural supply has begun since the late s. The amounts of groundwater pumping, rainfall and land subsidence in Shiroishi plain from to are graphically shown in Fig.

can be seen that while pumping amounts greatly change in response to rainfall, the land subsidence rate continuously by: The city has undergone massive and large scale land reclamation during the last decades due to its rapid urbanization. In their study, the reduction in the ionic ratios of r C a / (r H C O 3 + r S O 4) and the enrichment of sodium (Na +) relative to chloride (Cl −) were considered as two indicators to claim that the system had experienced Author: Mohammed S.

Hussain, Hany F. Abd-Elhamid, Akbar A. Javadi, Mohsen M. Sherif. Huizer et al.: Impact of coastal dynamics on fresh groundwater in a mega-scale beach nourishment Figure 1. Map of the study area with the model domain (a), and the change of the surface level in the study area (morphological development).

Coastal management is defence against flooding and erosion, and techniques that stop erosion to claim lands. Coastal zones occupy less than 15% of the Earth's land area, while they host more than 45% of the world population.

Nearly billion people live within km of a shoreline and m of sea level, with an average density 3 times higher than the global average for population.

large-scale patterns of dynamics in land ecosystems More observations and syntheses are needed to illuminate the opaque subsurface Basic groundwater processes need to be represented in earth system models Correspondence to: Y.

Fan, [email protected] Citation: Fan, Y. (), Groundwater in the Earth’s critical zone: Relevance to large Cited by:   Anthropogenic activities have exerted increasingly large-scale influences on terrestrial ecological systems from the past century, primarily through agriculture; however, the impact of such changes on the hydrologic cycle is poorly understood.

As one of the important land use (LU) in the coastal Dogo Plain of the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, paddy fields have been decreasing with the Cited by: Water moves between surface water and groundwater, and changes in the quantity and quality of one will affect the same parameters in the other.

Disturbances of the land surface associated with uranium mining in Virginia would be expected to have significant effects on both on. Coastal sediments '07 [electronic resource]: proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Coastal Engineering and Science of Coastal Sediment Processes, May, New Orleans, Louisiana / Nicholas C.

Kraus, Julie Dean Rosati, editors. AQUIFERS, LARGE-SCALE GROUNDWATER SYSTEMS and GROUNDWATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. Hydén H, Leander B, Voss CI () The Alnarp groundwater system - a mathematical model study.

in Proceedings of the Sixth Nordic Hydrological Conference, Vemdalen, Sweden. Uppsala University, Dept of Physical Geography, UNGI Report Nr 53, SYNOPSIS: In recent years, land reclamation works have been extensively implemented alonq the coastal lines for a variety of purposes.

This paper relates to the case history of a land reclamation project for a steel mill complex construction in Korea. Site improvement techniques used in this project. Journal of Coastal Research publishes content relevant to natural and engineered coastline environments and the protection/management of their resources.

California, relative sea level, coastal land elevation, global positioning system (GPS), coastal hazards, coastal erosion. Read Abstract + Analysis of Shoreline Changes (– Groundwater recharge rates and surface runoff response to land use and land cover changes in semi-arid environments S.

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The effects of land use and land cover (LULC) on groundwater recharge and surface runoff and how these are affected by LULC changes are of interest for sustainable water resources management. However, there is limited quantitative evidence on how changes to LULC in semi-arid tropical and subtropical regions affect the subsurface components of the hydrologic cycle, particularly Cited by:   Large-scale, irreversible changes in the hydrology of the Everglades continued for nearly 80 years.

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