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Two-dimensional finite elements model for boron management in agroforestry sites
Agroforesty systems, which are recommended as a management option to lower the shallow groundwater level and to reuse saline subsurface drainage waters from the tile-drained croplands in the drainage-impacted areas of Jan ...
Developments in water dams and water harvesting systems throughout history in different civilizations
(MedCrave Publishing, 2018-03)
The use of water for domestic and agricultural purpose is not a new phenomenon. It has been used throughout centuries all over the world. After food, water is the basic component of human life and their settlement. This ...
Groundwater recharge estimation using HYDRUS 1D model in Alaşehir sub-basin of Gediz Basin in Turkey
Gediz Basin, located in the western part of Turkey constituting 2% land of the country, has an important groundwater potential in the area. Alasehir sub-basin, located in the southeast of the Gediz Basin and subject to the ...
Describing the karst evolution by the exploitation of hydrologic time-series data
The importance of the groundwater management of karst aquifers relatively to their complexity requires the knowledge of the subsurface flow and storage behavior. In this study, a methodological approach based on the ...
Two-dimensional finite elements model for selenium transport in saturated and unsaturated zones
A two-dimensional finite element model was developed to simulate species of selenium transport in two dimensions in both saturated and unsaturated soil zones. The model considers water, selenate, selenite, and selenomethionine ...
Groundwater contamination and its effect on health in Turkey
The sources of groundwater pollution in Turkey are identified, and pathways of contaminants to groundwater are first described. Then, the effects of groundwater quality on health in Turkey are evaluated. In general, sources ...