Selected Hydrogeologic Problems of the Bohemian Massif and of other Hard Rock Terrains in Europe

Henryk Marszałek, Krzysztof Chudy (red.)
ISBN: 978-83-229-3912-4
Liczba stron: 296
Format: B5, oprawa broszurowa
Rok wydania: 2007
Nakład wyczerpany

The Bohemian Massif forms a large geological platform block in Central Europe built of different hard rocks consolidated during the Variscan orogeny. This geological unit covers the major part of the Czech Republic and reaches also into Austria, Germany and Poland. Polish part of the Bohemian Massif belongs to the Sudetes that in 50% consist of hard rocks. Groundwater occurs in the weathered and fi ssured zones of the crystalline (igneous, metamorphic) and sedimentary highly cemented rocks of various thickness. The hardrock aquifers correspond to all kinds of fractured rocks with the permeability mainly given by the fracture net. Recently, a signifi cant attention has been paid to groundwater resources in hard rock, due to its importance in water supply. (...)

This volume comprises 26 revised papers, describing problem discussed during the 4th workshop on hard rock hydrogeology. They are divided into six topics.
The particular interests of authors were focused on such topics as:

  • hydrogeological properties of hard rocks,
  • numerical modelling of water system in hard rock,
  • chemical and isotopic studies,
  • impact of human activity on groundwater in fractured environment,
  • natural groundwater resources and mapping.

The edition of this issue was supported by the Rector of Wrocław University, the Dean of Earth Sciences and Environmental Management Faculty and Director of the Institute of Geological Sciences, to whom I would like to express my thanks.


Henryk Marszałek, Preface

Preface
HYDROGEOLOGIC PROPERTIES OF HARD ROCKS AND INVESTIGATION METHODS IN FRACTURED ENVIRONMENT
  • STEFFEN BENDER, TILL K. RUBBERT, STEFAN WOHNLICH, Investigation strategies in hardrock areas using small data sets
  • PAULA JÄÄSKELÄINEN, LASSE AHONEN, JARKKO JOKINEN, Hydrogeological studies of fractured rock at Kopparnäs site, Finland
  • JIŘÍ KRÁSNÝ, Spatial distribution of hardrock permeability: consequences for groundwater flow and chemical composition
  • TILL K. RUBBERT, STEFFEN BENDER, Analysis of long-term spring observation data for characterisation of a near-surface weathered hardrock aquifer in the Bavarian Forest, Germany
NUMERICAL MODELLING OF WATER SYSTEM IN HARD ROCK
  • JACEK GURWIN, MACIEJ LUBCZYŃSKI, The issues of applying groundwater flow modelling in fractured-rock aquifer with experience from the Sardon study area, Spain
  • ARKADIUSZ LIBER, ELŻBIETA LIBER, Modelling of medicinal waters in the Sudetes with the use of algebraic projection on orthogonal subspaces in Hilbert space
  • OTTO SEVERÝN, JIŘÍ MARYŠKA, JIŘÍNA KRÁLOVCOVÁ, MILAN HOKR, Numerical simulation of borehole tests in fractured rock at Potůčky-Podlesí site
CHEMICAL AND ISOTOPIC STUDIES
  • DARIUSZ DOBRZYŃSKI, Chemistry of groundwater in the . ssured sedimentary aquifer (Carboniferous- Permian, the Intra-Sudetic Basin, SW Poland): a result of individual flow systems
  • BARBARA KIEŁCZAWA, BEATA WIKTOROWICZ, Application of WATEQ4F code for hydrogeochemical modelling of carbonated waters of the Bystrzyca and Orlica Mountains (SW Poland)
  • JOSÉ M. MARQUES, PAULA M. CARREIRA, JORGE ESPINHA MARQUES, HELDER I. CHAMINÉ, PAULO E. FONSECA, FERNANDO MONTEIRO SANTOS, EUGÉNIO ALMEIDA, RUI GONÇALVES, RAFAŁ PIERSZALIK, JOSÉ MARTINS CARVALHO, PEDRO GABRIEL ALMEIDA, VICTOR CAVALEIRO, JOSÉ TEIXEIRA, A multitechnique approach to the dynamics of thermal waters ascribed to a granitic hard-rock environment (Serra da Estrela, Central Portugal)
  • TADEUSZ ANDRZEJ PRZYLIBSKI, ANNA ADAMCZYK-LORENC, Selected problems of radon groundwaters presence in the Polish part of the Sudetes
  • TADEUSZ ANDRZEJ PRZYLIBSKI, Radon as a natural radioactive tracer for studying crystalline rock aquifers – a few usage concepts
  • MARCIN STĘPIEŃ, Evolution of the groundwater chemical composition in Krzeszów Trough
  • MARCIN STĘPIEŃ, MAGDA MODELSKA, SEBASTIAN BUCZYŃSKI, Factor analysis as an example of qualitative and quantitative method for modelling of hydrogeochemical processes
  • ANDRZEJ ZUBER, He-4 excess versus C-14 ages in thermal waters of Lądek and Cieplice Spas in comparison with other known systems

IMPACT OF HUMAN ACTIVITY ON FRACTURED ENVIRONMENT
  • KRZYSZTOF CHUDY, Impact of old mining activities on surface water in Piekielnica and Jugowski Stream catchment (Nowa Ruda region, SW Poland)
  • JAROSŁAW CZMIEL, ANDRZEJ MARKIEWICZ, Changing of groundwater level in the Grodziec Syncline during 5 years after starting the . ooding of the „Konrad” copper mine (SW Poland)
  • ZBYNĚK HRKAL, MIROSLAV KOBR, EMILIE NEDVĚDOVÁ, MIROSLAV TESAŘ, ZDENĚK VILHELM, Impact of global climate change on transmissivity of shallow hard-rock aquifers
  • JÓZEF KRYZA, HALINA KRYZA, Restoration of the initial hydrogeological conditions in the Grodziec Copper Mining Basin (SW Poland) and its model
  • ORQUIDIA NEVES, MANUELA ABREU, The impact of uranium contaminated water on Lactuca sativa L. grown in soils from Cunha Baixa Mine area (Portugal)
NATURAL GROUNDWATER RESOURCES
  • HALINA KRYZA, Selected issues of methodology of groundwater runoff determination in mountain areas
  • HENRYK MARSZAŁEK, Water-bearing capacity and groundwater resources of hard rocks in the Łomnica River catchment (Western Sudetes, SW Poland)
  • TOMASZ OLICHWER, Groundwater renewable resources of Kłodzko Region
  • STANISŁAW STAŚKO, Groundwater resources and their quality in Central and Eastern Sudetes
HYDROGEOLOGIC CASE STUDIES AND MAPPING
  • ANTÓNIO CHAMBEL, New investigation lines in the hard rock aquifers of South Portugal
  • GEROLD W. DIEPOLDER, Hydrogeological mapping in the Bavarian and Upper Palatinate Forest – state-of-the-art and preliminary results

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