lecture_18 - 19.4 LIMITATIONS OF GHYBEN-HERZBERG PRINCIPLE...

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F s gz ( x , y ) F w gh ( x , y ) % F w gz ( x , y ) z ( x , y ) F w h ( x , y ) F s F w LET F s 1.025 g / cm 3 ; F w 1.000 g / cm 3 z ( x , y ) 40 h w LECTURE 18: SALT-WATER INTRUSION 19.1 AREAS AFFECTED BY SALT-WATER INTRUSION EAST, WEST AND GULF COAST OF NORTH AMERICA CARIBBEAN ISLANDS CONTINENTAL INTERIOR 19.2 NATURE OF THE INTERFACE ZONE OF DIFFUSION AROUND INTERFACE 19.3 FRESH-WATER-SALINE-WATER RELATIONS GHYBEN-HERZBERG PRINCIPLE (STATIC MODEL)
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Unformatted text preview: 19.4 LIMITATIONS OF GHYBEN-HERZBERG PRINCIPLE HYDROSTATIC ASSUMPTION NOT VALID UNDERESTIMATES DEPTH OF INTERFACE TREATS INTERFACE AS SHARP BOUNDARY 19.5 REMEDIAL ACTION INDUCED RECHARGE FRESHWATER INJECTION WELLS SALT WATER INTERCEPTOR WELLS...
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2008 for the course GLG 411 taught by Professor Larson during the Fall '06 term at Michigan State University.

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