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Abstract

Over the past ten years there has been growing interest in the use of the subsurface for water storage using shallow ponds, either natural or excavated, for the infiltration of water into the subsurface and then uses wells to recover the water. The design and operation of these subsurface systems require an understanding of the hydrogeologic structure and properties that control both the movement and storage of water. In our study, we have performed a detailed hydrogeophysical characterization about the subsurface of the pond from electrical resistivity tomography.

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2011-09-12
2022-01-20
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