A synthetic study of the worth of transmissivity and head data to delineate groundwater protection zones in braided alluvial aquifers

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serval:BIB_8980BF1188E8
Type
Inproceedings: an article in a conference proceedings.
Collection
Publications
Title
A synthetic study of the worth of transmissivity and head data to delineate groundwater protection zones in braided alluvial aquifers
Title of the conference
CALIBRATION AND RELIABILITY IN GROUNDWATER MODELLING: FROM UNCERTAINTY TO DECISION MAKING
Author(s)
Kerrou J., Renard P., Lunati I., Franssen H. J. W. M. Hendricks 
ISBN
978-1-901502-58-9
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2006
Editor
Bierkens MFP, Gehrels JC, Kovar K
Volume
304
Series
IAHS PUBLICATION
Pages
220-226
Language
english
Notes
ModelCare 2005 Conference, The Hague, NETHERLANDS, JUN 06-09, 2005
Abstract
Kriging, stochastic conditional simulations, and stochastic inversion
are compared to characterize a synthetic hypothetical braided alluvial
aquifer. The performance of the three techniques is compared in terms
of reproduction of a 10-day capture zone of a pumping well. The results
obtained compare fairly well with previous investigations dealing with
the stochastic delineation of capture zones. However, the presence of a
large number of deterministic channels in the reference transmissivity
field reduces significantly the accuracy of the three techniques as
compared to previous published results.
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