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Geometría y distribución espacial de la transmisividad en el Acuífero Mioceno del Sistema Mancha Oriental (Cuenca del Júcar)

Other TitlesGeometry and spatial distribution of the transmissivity in the Miocene Aquifer of the Mancha Oriental System (Jucar River Basin)
AuthorsSanz, D. ; Castaño, S.; Gómez-Alday, Juan José; Martínez-Alfaro, P. E.
KeywordsMancha Oriental System
Saturated aquifer thickness
Transmissivity
Issue Date2007
PublisherSociedad Geológica de España
CitationGeogaceta 43, 75-78
AbstractThe hydrogeologic unit UH2 (Miocene Aquifer) supports a great amount groundwater abstractions and it is hydraulically connected to the Jucar river. Water withdrawal for irrigation purposes has driven to a regional groundwater level lowering which affects not only the river-aquifer system but probably the evolution and the status of the river ecosystems as well. Transmissivity is one of the main factors that control the interactions between groundwater and surface water bodies. In this work, the spatial distribution of transmissivity is analysed by means the use of geostatistical and GIS tools. This hydraulic parameter is studied in combination with the spatial variation of the saturated aquifer thickness. A non-linear relationship is found between transmissivity and saturated thickness as conconsequence of differences in the development of karstification in the UH2.
Description43ª Sesión Científica. Móstoles, Noviembre de 2007
Publisher version (URL)http://www.sociedadgeologica.es/archivos/geogacetas/Geo43/Art19.pdf
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/8669
ISSN0213-683X
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