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All Topics | Topic "Ground Water & Link It To The Surface Water"
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Amani Alfarra

Subject: Ground Water & Link It To The Surface Water    
Posted: 10/21/2003 Viewed: 15636 times
Ground water & link it to the surface water Amani Alfarra Amani <a href="mailto:alfarra@itc.nl">alfarra@itc.nl</a>

Hi, I am interested if some one have any idea how we can link the GW with a lake , because when modeling demand supply for instant , the domestic use the GW , but in reality the GW table is conected to the surface water ( lake ) in my case study

Any sugestion is more than welcome

regards

Amani

Mohamedou BABA SY

Subject: Ground Water & Link It To The Surface Water    
Posted: 6/29/2005 Viewed: 15359 times
Ground water & link it to the surface water Mohamedou BABA SY laminebabasy <a href="mailto:lamine.babasy@oss.org.tn">lamine.babasy@oss.org.tn</a>Dear,

You have not specified if your lake is a recharge or a discharge zone. In both cases you must know the yield. So that, I think that you just have to fix it as a demand or a supply. Notice that the yield can vary over the time.

Regards
Baba Sy
Topic "Ground Water & Link It To The Surface Water"