By Harry Vereecken, Andrew Binley, Giorgio Cassiani, André Revil, Konstantin Titov
This ebook makes a speciality of the the applying of hydrogeophysical easy methods to the knowledge of hydrological tactics and environmental difficulties facing the circulate of water and the shipping of solutes and contaminants. Taking a process-driven strategy, the ebook bargains a chain of process-driven chapters, each one authored by way of major specialists. components lined comprise: infiltration and solute shipping approaches, biogeochemical functioning of soil-water structures, coastal groundwater interactions, chilly zone hydrology, engineered boundaries and landfill tactics.
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Seismic travel times, mass fractions of tracer); F is a forward model operator; C−1 d is the inverse of the data covariance matrix. It is commonly assumed that the data are uncorrelated, rendering the C−1 d a diagonal matrix that contains the inverses of the estimated variances of the observation errors; thus, more reliable data carry larger weight when evaluating the data fit. Our data covariance matrix can either be estimated or assumed to take certain values if the method does not allow an error estimate.
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