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Slug tests and hydraulic conductivity






Ground Water Management 4: 85-99

Slug tests and hydraulic conductivity



Accession: 020032586



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Doriski Thomas P.; Hussain Sadrul; Davis Stephanie O.; Tsang Rakovan Monica, 1994: Comparison of hydraulic conductivity values determined by aquifer tests, specific capacity tests, slug tests, and grain size analysis. Pages 31-38 1994

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Black, John H., 2010: The practical reasons why slug tests including falling and rising head tests often yield the wrong value of hydraulic conductivity. Slug test results are usually treated with scepticism based on the idea that they are fundamentally unreliable. Based on decades of experience, this paper proposes that many tests yield erroneous values of hydraulic conductivity for straightforwar...

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Surridge Ben W.J.; Baird Andrew J.; Heathwaite A.L., 2005: Evaluating the quality of hydraulic conductivity estimates from piezometer slug tests in peat. Although widely used in wetland hydrological studies, hydraulic conductivity (K) estimates from piezometer slug tests are often of questionable validity. Frequently, this is because insufficient attention is paid to the details of the test procedu...

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