publication . Article . 2014

Hydrogeophysics and remote sensing for the design of hydrogeological conceptual models in hard rocks - Sardón catchment (Spain)

Francés, Alain; Lubczynski, Maciek W.; Roy, Jean; Santos, Fernando A. Monteiro; Ardekani, Mohammad R. Mahmoudzadeh;
Closed Access English
  • Published: 01 Nov 2014
Hard rock aquifers are highly heterogeneous and hydrogeologically complex. To contribute to the design of hydrogeological conceptual models of hard rock aquifers, we propose a multi-techniques methodology based on a downward approach that combines remote sensing (RS), non-invasive hydrogeophysics and hydrogeological field data acquisition. The proposed methodology is particularly suitable for data scarce areas. It was applied in the pilot research area of Sardón catchment (80 km2) located west of Salamanca (Spain). The area was selected because of hard-rock hydrogeology, semi-arid climate and scarcity of groundwater resources. The proposed methodology consisted ...
free text keywords: Hidrogeologia, Hidrogeofísica, Detecção remota, Aquíferos, Rochas duras, Captação de água, Espanha, METIS-305194, ITC-ISI-JOURNAL-ARTICLE, Geophysics, Geology, Remote sensing, Slug test, Geomorphology, Ground-penetrating radar, Hydrogeology, Geotechnical engineering, Aquifer, geography.geographical_feature_category, geography, Hydrogeophysics, Digital elevation model, Water table, Borehole
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