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The use of slug tests to describe vertical variations in hydraulic conductivity


Journal of Hydrology Amsterdam 156(1/4): 137-162
The use of slug tests to describe vertical variations in hydraulic conductivity
A cylindrical-coordinate, 3-D, finite-difference model was used to assess the potential of multilevel slug tests to provide information about vertical variations in hydraulic conductivity under conditions commonly faced in field settings.

Accession: 002530602

DOI: 10.1016/0022-1694(94)90075-2

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