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Title: Study on Artificial Regulation of Water Resources in West of Daqing City
Authors: Chunyan, Zhang
Longcang, Shu
Bo, Liu
Appiah-Adjei, Emmanuel Kwame
Su, Li
Ran, Tang
Chunlong, Cheng
Yumei, Wang
Keywords: Groundwater
Artificial recharge
Artificial regulation
Cone of depression
reducing exploitation
Western area of Daqing
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Advanced Materials Research
Citation: Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 550-553, pp 2510-2514, doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.550-553.2510
Abstract: Since the development and construction of Daqing City, groundwater resource has been their main water supply source. However, over-exploitation of the groundwater is causing a series of environmental and geological problems. Thus it is essential to ensure sustainable development of groundwater and control the worsening of groundwater related environmental problems in the City. Practical scenarios of groundwater recovery based on several different water resources artificial regulation scenarios are designed to reduce exploitation after the completion of water diversion from Nen River Expansion Project. These scenarios include three different exploitation reducing scenarios and scenarios of artificial recharge based on reducing exploitation. The simulation results of Visual Modflow indicate that both reducing exploitation and artificial recharge based on reducing exploitation can accelerate the recovery of groundwater table in the confined aquifer. Considering the speed of the recovery of groundwater and the impact of reducing exploitation on domestic, industrial and agricultural utilization of water resources, artificial recharge based on reducing exploitation Scenario B is better. Under this condition, the groundwater table of the confined aquifer in the center of depression cone will be recovered by 5 to 8 m up to the end of 2020.
Description: An article published in Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 550-553, pp 2510-2514, doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.550-553.2510
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/11684
ISSN: 1662-8985,
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