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GWLGateway Link
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GWLGreat Wolf Lodge (Mason, Ohio)
GWLGroundwater Level (hydrology)
GWLGuild Wars Latino (gaming)
GWLGlobal Warfighter League (gaming)
GWLGesamtwuchsleistung (German: Total Growth Capacity, Forestry)
GWLGemeentelijk Waterleidingbedrijf (Dutch: Communal Watercompany)
GWLGolden West League (HS Football)
GWLGround Wave Limit
GWLGuest that Wouldn't Leave
GWLGamers Wish List (website)
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For example, in Poland a lowering of the groundwater level has been observed in last decade (Barlik et al.
The important measure in this regard is to put some subsurface drainage points at the higher hydraulic points to get the groundwater levels in equilibrium.
Preparing the geological maps, slope, land use, high altitudes, groundwater level, decline, isohyet, and isothermal status.
However, the surface water supplies are only reducing groundwater reliance for the city of Albuquerque; other parts of the metropolitan area where groundwater remains the sole source of supply continue to see groundwater level declines.
This 3-year project, funded by UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, aims to set up pilot groundwater recharge field experiments, which would provide valuable data to address concerns about the costs and risks to crops, the influence these projects may have on groundwater levels and flows, and the possibility of recharging contaminated water or degrading groundwater quality by leaching contaminants such as nitrate from the vadose zone.
In the study by Kumar and Remadevi (2006), OK was more accurate than IDW for groundwater level interpolation.
It was not able to see the area's stormwater management plan but it recommended that the county take a look at it along with roof drainage, surface flow, and groundwater levels.
The objectives of this study were to (1) evaluate the water regime and the vegetation cover on a selected territory in the problematic region, (2) determine the hydrological indicators whose change could threat the existence of sub-wetlands in the NATURA 2000 area (a shallow lake and its riparian zone), (3) simulate the anticipated changes in the lake and the groundwater level in the riparian zone according to the FEFLOW 5.
The federal Environmental Protection Agency for years has mandated that the groundwater level must be at least 10 feet below the bottom of a drywell, so that the soil can filter out pollutants such as oil, gasoline and metal contamination in the rainwater before it flows into the groundwater.
In order to determine groundwater level decline, water level measurements were collected from 44 observation wells over the period 1987 to 2006.
The minimum rate of change was estimated from the average measured groundwater level before 1990, measurements in 2005, and the length of record; there were 12-38 measurements before 1990.
of Hong Kong) look at the impact on groundwater level and seawater interface.
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