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Abstract

During a three-year regional hydrogeological project realised in the Police Cretaceous Basin (Fig. 1) all available well-Iogging data from hydrogeological boreholes were re-interpreted (33 boreholes in total). Hydrogeological bodies defined in the Basin (Fig. 2) were identified after their geophysical properties (Fig. 3) and groundwater flow was determined in particular boreholes (Figs. 4a, b). In this way well-Iogging supported significantly other methodical approaches and yielded important data for a regional hydrogeological conclusions and implementation of a numerical model of regional groundwater flow.

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1998-09-14
2020-06-07
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