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The use of velocity and conductivity data for the quantification of heterogeneity: a comparison


, : The use of velocity and conductivity data for the quantification of heterogeneity: a comparison. Water Resources Research 29(12): 4151-4156

Hydraulic conductivities of a portion of the Twin Lake aquifer, Ontario, Canada, were derived from grain size analyses done at 3-cm vertical sampling intervals in four boreholes, spaced 1 m apart. Correlation of conductivity logs between four boreholes led to a geometrical model corresponding closely to the spatial structure derived from the velocity field of previous tracer tests.


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