Special Issue "Recent Advances in Karstic Hydrogeology"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2020) | Viewed by 12752
Interests: karst hydrology; time series analyses; wavelet analysis
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A karstic formation constitutes a three-dimensional hydro-geological basin, which involves both subsurface and surface hydraulics. However, a large number of cities rely on karstic water for drinking. Because of the physical complexity of karstic basins, different types of investigations have been proposed that takes into account the different parameters that can be measured on the field. Effectively, the karstic hydrogeology deals with the coupled analysis of hydrobiogeochemical time series and spatial informations coming from geophysics for example. This special issue aims to propose the latest advances in karst hydrogeology that provides better understanding of karst hydrology especially in context of flood prevention, anthropic influences, pollution and climate and land use change.Prof. Dr. David Labat
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- Karst hydrogeology
- time series analysis
- conceptual models
- numerical models