Special Issue "Groundwater Flow"
A special issue of Hydrology (ISSN 2306-5338).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (28 February 2017)
Prof. Dr. Abdon Atangana
Institute for Groundwater Studies, University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa
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Interests: methods and application of nonlinear equation; fractional calculus and their applications to real world problems; application of partial, ordinary and fractional differential equation to groundwater problems; perturbation and asymptotic methods; iteration methods for differential equations; numerical method for partial differential equations; numerical methods for ordinary differential equations; analytical methods for partial differential equation; analytical methods for ordinary differential equation; integral transforms; groundwater flow models; groundwater transport models
The groundwater is one of the most important precious sources of fresh water. The groundwater flow is part of streamflow that has infiltrated the ground, entered the phreatic zone, and been discharged into a stream channel, via springs or seepage water. Understanding the complex movements, interactions and feedbacks between water and the geological formation, called an aquifer, and also ecosystems, is an essential challenge for geo-hydrology and for process hydrology generally. Our contemporary discernments of these procedures are characteristically limited by our powerlessness to witness everything, universally, all of the time. In recent decades there has been significant improvement in hydrological field observation, modeling using mathematical tools, analyses, and numerical and analytical methods. These developments offer new displays for modeling hydrological systems, leading to new insights into their functioning and new approaches to process modeling to obtain better prediction.
This Special Issue is devoted to the collection of the latest developments and applications of these numerical and analytical methods to improve our understanding of groundwater flow models. We invite scholars working in this field to consider submitting their latest results including but not limiting to:
- Innovative uncertainties evaluation and analysis techniques;
- Novel combinations of existing techniques;
- Groundwater modeling
- Numerical methods for groundwater models
- Analytical methods for groundwater models
- Soil water modeling
- Model of groundwater pollution
Prof. Dr. Abdon Atangana
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