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Pub Date : 2011-01-21 | Author : Alan Hargreaves | Publisher : John Wiley & Sons

ISBN 10 : 0730375226
ISBN 13 : 9780730375227

Do you need a RECHARGE? Most people do. Even the most talented people get bogged down every now and again. The main cause of business failure is the failure to take action because ..



Using Groundwater Responses To Infer Recharge

Pub Date : 1998-01-01 | Author : D Armstrong | Publisher : CSIRO PUBLISHING

ISBN 10 : 9780643106062
ISBN 13 : 0643106065

Analytical methods of assessing the response of groundwater levels to a range of factors, including elastic (barometric and tidal) influences in confined aquifers and recharge to u..


Surface Water Balance For Recharge Estimation

Pub Date : 2002-10-09 | Author : L Zhang | Publisher : CSIRO PUBLISHING

ISBN 10 : 9780643106109
ISBN 13 : 0643106103

This addition to The Basics of Recharge and Discharge series deals with the surface water balance approaches that form the traditional basis of hydrological investigations. It expl..


Groundwater Chemical Methods For Recharge Studies

Pub Date : 1998-03-01 | Author : PG Cook | Publisher : CSIRO PUBLISHING

ISBN 10 : 9780643106031
ISBN 13 : 0643106030

These notes are restricted to those geochemical methods which have been used to quantify rates of groundwater recharge. There have been two main approaches. The first involves the ..


Catchment Scale Recharge Modelling

Pub Date : 1998-03-01 | Author : TJ Hatton | Publisher : CSIRO PUBLISHING

ISBN 10 : 9780643106055
ISBN 13 : 0643106057

This paper addresses the need to model recharge to groundwater systems at the scale of whole catchments. It looks at developing the right conceptual model of how water moves throug..


Standard Guidelines For Artificial Recharge Of Ground Water

Pub Date : 2001-01-01 | Author : American Society of Civil Engineers | Publisher : ASCE Publications

ISBN 10 : 0784470782
ISBN 13 : 9780784470787

Standard Guidelines for Artificial Recharge of Ground Water describes the steps necessary to plan, design, construct, maintain, operate, and close a project for artificial recharge..