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Study of lake Nainital, groundwater interaction using isotope techniques

Nachiappan, Rm. P.

Study of lake Nainital, groundwater interaction using isotope techniques

by Nachiappan, Rm. P.

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Published by National Institute of Hydrology in Roorkee .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 131-140).

Statement[prepared by Rm. P. Nachiappan].
Series[Case study] ;, CS(AR)-37/98-99, Case study (National Institute of Hydrology (India)) ;, CS(AR)-98-99/37.
ContributionsNational Institute of Hydrology (India)
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 140 p. :
Number of Pages140
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3334468M
LC Control Number2004314560

of groundwater exchange in the studied lake. In the current study the patterns of groundwater exchange in a closed-basin lake in glacial terrain affected from groundwater pumping – Lake Martiska – were investigated on two years. In the first year the pumping rate was lower than in the second year. This Webinar is part of the "Tuesdays with Ian, A Practitioner's Guide to Isotope Hydrology" series presented by Ian Clark, Ph.D., professor of isotope hydrology, University of Ottawa, Canada. Stable isotopes are increasingly used to trace groundwater flowpaths and recharge origin, and have become a fundamental tool for professionals involved.

In arid/semi-arid regions, consumption of deep groundwater resources is increasing due to growing water demand in every sector. Intensive groundwater surveys focused on the Baiyangdian Lake Watershed (BLW) in the northwest of the North China Plain, as the BLW suffers from serious water problems due to high economic growth and improper groundwater resource utilization. Major trace element solute ion concentrations and stable isotopes of δ18O and δ2H revealed that, in a specific region of Baoding, anthropogenic activities have induced interaquifer recharge from Aquifer 1 to Aquifer 2 based on the similarity in chemical tracers. However, such an interaction could not be found in other regions in the study area.

The recharge and discharge of groundwater were investigated for a lake basin in the mantled karst terrain of central Florida to determine the relative importance of transient groundwater inflow to the lake water budget. Variably saturated groundwater flow modeling simulated water table responses observed beneath two hillsides radiating outward from the groundwater flow‐through lake. ). The main objective of the present study is to determine groundwater potential zone of the Doon Valley, Uttarakhand, India using remote sensing and GIS techniques. The present study is helpful in better development and management planning of groundwater resources. A. Study AreaCited by: 1.


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management of freshwater resources. Over the last 50 years, environmental isotope techniques have provided insights into the processes governing the water cycle and its variability under past and present climatic conditions.

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1 1 APPLICATION OF ISOTOPES AND WATER BALANCE ON 2 LAKE DULUTI -GROUNDWATER INTERACTION, ARUSHA, 3 TANZANIA 4 Nancy P. Mduma 1, Hans C. Komakech 1, Jing Zhang 2, Alfred N.N Muzuka 1 5 1Department of Water and Environmental Science and Engineering, Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and 6 Technology,Tanzania 7 2State Key Laboratory Cited by: 1.

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