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The hydrostratigraphy of the Waterloo Moraine / by Simon John Gautrey.

S.J Gautrey

The hydrostratigraphy of the Waterloo Moraine / by Simon John Gautrey.

by S.J Gautrey

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Published by University of Waterloo in Waterloo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology - Ontario - Waterloo Moraine

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE 191 G275 1996 thesis
    The Physical Object
    Pagination308 p. + 6 plates
    Number of Pages308
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22068615M

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The current hydrostratigraphic framework within the Waterloo Moraine was developed through refinement of a stratigraphic framework using water level data, hydraulic response data, geochemical data and geophysical data collected in boreholes and monitoring wells located across the Region of by: A three-dimensional hydrostratigraphic model of the Waterloo Moraine area, southern Ontario, Canada Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Water Resources Journal 39(2) April with Reads.

The current hydrostratigraphic framework within the Waterloo Moraine was developed through refinement of a stratigraphic framework using water level data.

Hydrostratigraphy Following the approach taken earlier for the Waterloo Moraine study (Martin,Martin and Frind, ), lithologic descriptions contained in the Ministry of the Environment (MOE) database of well records were used to develop a hydrostratigraphic Cited by: Geologists have long agreed upon the need for consistent, explicit methods of dividing local rock sequences into separate units.

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Two of the companion papers in this Special Issue describe the evolution of the hydrogeological conceptualization of the Moraine sediments and the history of groundwater modelling. The Waterloo Moraine is a historic and continuing groundwater resource for the growing Region of Waterloo in southern Ontario, Canada, providing hundreds of thousands of litres of fresh water.

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