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Impacts of hydrogeological characteristics on groundwater-level changes induced by earthquakes

Changes in groundwater level during earthquakes have been reported worldwide. In this study, field observations of co-seismic groundwater-level changes in wells under different aquifer conditions and sampling intervals due to near-field earthquake events in Taiwan are presented. Sustained changes, usually observed immediately after earthquakes, are found in the confined aquifer...

Streamflow Changes in the Vicinity of Seismogenic Fault After the 1999 Chi–Chi Earthquake

. Streamflow; gauge; Chi-Chi earthquake; deformation; groundwater - CHING-YI LIU,1 YEEPING CHIA,1 PO-YU CHUANG,1,2 CHI-YUEN WANG,3 SHEMIN GE,4 and MAO-HUA TENG1 1. Introduction Hydrological changes

Mapping fracture flow paths with a nanoscale zero-valent iron tracer test and a flowmeter test

The detection of preferential flow paths and the characterization of their hydraulic properties are important for the development of hydrogeological conceptual models in fractured-rock aquifers. In this study, nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI) particles were used as tracers to characterize fracture connectivity between two boreholes in fractured rock. A magnet array was installed...

Characterization of preferential flow paths between boreholes in fractured rock using a nanoscale zero-valent iron tracer test

Recent advances in borehole geophysical techniques have improved characterization of cross-hole fracture flow. The direct detection of preferential flow paths in fractured rock, however, remains to be resolved. In this study, a novel approach using nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI or ‘nano-iron’) as a tracer was developed for detecting fracture flow paths directly. Generally...