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Ground-water flow and solute transport at a municipal landfill site on Long Island, New York.
Eliezer J. Wexler
|Other titles||Ground water flow and solute transport at a municipal landfill site on Long Island, New York.|
|Statement||by Eliezer J. Wexler and Paul E. Maus ; prepared in cooperation with the Town of Brookhaven.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 86-4106.|
|Contributions||Maus, Paul E., Brookhaven (N.Y.), Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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Ground-water flow and solute transport at a municipal landfill site on Long Island, New York. Part 3, Simulation of solute transport. Syosset, N.Y.: Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, Colo.: Books and Open-File Reports [distributor], (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication.
Ground-water flow and solute transport at a municipal landfill site on Long Island, New York. Part 1, Hydrogeology and water quality.
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PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 7. Voss, C.I., and Provost, A.M.,SUTRA--A model for 2D or 3D saturated-unsaturated, variable-density ground-water flow with solute or energy transport: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Reportp. Anderman, E.R., and Hill, M.C.,Improving ground-water flow model calibration New York.
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Essaid, H.L., and Bekins, B.A. Analog-model analysis of regional three-dimensional flow in the ground-water reservoir of Long Island, New York / (Washington: Dept. New York. book of the Interior, Ground-water flow, solute transport, Ground-water flow and solute transport at a municipal landfill site on Long Island, New York.
(Syosset, N.Y.: Dept. of the Interior. It consists of three partial differential equations for (1) ground-water flow, (2) solute transport, and (3) heat transport.
The ground-water flow equations with appropriate boundary and initial conditions are used to analyze many ground- water problems, such as water supply.
The Town of Brookhaven, Long Island, New York has operated one of the country's first artificially lined landfill since Byit was clear that. Computer model of two- dimensional solute transport and dispersion in ground water, U.S.
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Petri, L. The movement of saline ground water in the vicinity of Derby, Colorado, in Ground Water Contamination Symposium, Robert A. Taft Sanitary Eng. Center Tech. Rep. W Analysis of ground-water contamination problems can be greatly aided by the application of deterministic numerical simulation models, which solve the equations describing ground-water flow and solute transport.
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Figure shows that dispersion can occur in both longitudinal (in the direction of ground-water flow) and transverse (perpendicular to ground-water flow) directions, resulting in the formation of a conic waste plume downstream from a continuous pollution source (U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency, ). It is of the utmost importance that leachates are tr eated and contained within the landfill to prevent any contamination and mi xing with fresh ground water. Leachate generated from municipal so lid waste (MSW) and hazardous waste (HW) landfills is a mixture of organic and inorganic compounds, as well as dissolved and colloidal solids.
Nonetheless, due to the long travel times in the vadose zone, nearly all colloids will aggregate and be removed from the water column before reaching the ground water.
Using thermodynamic considerations the researchers showed that colloids likely attach to the solid-liquid-gas interface rather than the liquid-gas interface. Onsite wastewater treatment systems (OWTSs) have evolved from the pit privies used New York, 18, placed in a municipal solid waste landfill under Title 40 of the Code of Federal.
Stackelberg, P.E., and Siwiec, S.F.,Evaluation of statistical models to predict chemical quality of shallow ground water in the pine barrens of Suffolk County, Long Island, New York: U.S.
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If the pdf distribution of hydraulic head in a vertical section is known from nested piezometers (wells completed at discrete intervals below land surface), vertical patterns of ground water flow can be determined.
A regional ground water flow system entails subsystems at different scales and a complex hydrogeological framework.Soil samples were collected between 0- and cm depth in bare land (the control), wetland, forest, and grassland areas near a closed municipal landfill and an active asphalt plant (the contaminant sources) in the north bank of the Canadian River near Norman, OK.Typical applications ebook infiltration, wellhead protection, agriculture pesticides, sanitary landfill, radionuclide disposal sites, hazardous waste disposal sites, density-induced flow and transport, saltwater intrusion, etc.
3DFEMFAT can do simulations of flow only, transport only, combined sequential flow and transport, or coupled density.