Empirical Methods in the Design of Ground-Water Quality Monitoring Strategies

by R. Rajagopal, Univ of Iowa, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Hydraulic Engineering


Ground-water quality monitoring strategies are designed for environments ranging from the complex to the very simple. Complexity is characterized by socio-economic, public health, and biogeochemical interactions in space and time. Arguments are offered to show that empirical methods are cost-effective for the more complex, while process-based methods are appropriate for the relatively simpler environments.

Subject Headings: Groundwater quality | Empirical equations | Public health and safety | Water pollution | Water quality | Water sampling | Groundwater pollution | Water resources | United States

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