When Good Statistical Models of Aquifer Heterogeneity Go Bad: A Comparison of Flow, Dispersion, and

The authors analyzed groundwater flow through 3 different areas, each having various patterns of fluid conductivity. The flow of groundwater is mathematically analyzed, and used to critique current theory on fluid dynamics. Their main conclusion is that two dimensional fields that may seem very similar under conventional conductivity models may actually have very different patterns of fluid transport and flow.

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The authors analyzed groundwater flow through 3 different areas, each having various patterns of fluid conductivity. The flow of groundwater is mathematically analyzed, and used to critique current theory on fluid dynamics. Their main conclusion is that two dimensional fields that may seem very similar under conventional conductivity models may actually have very different patterns of fluid transport and flow.

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Date Of Record Creation 2019-01-26 19:50:21
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