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The effect of fault relay and clay smearing on groundwater flow patterns in the Lower Rhine Embayment \ The hydraulic properties of faults in unconsolidated sediments and their impact on groundwater flow : a study in the Roer Valley Rift System and adjacent areas in the Lower Rhine Embayment [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Bense, V.F. \ Balen, R.T. van \ 2004
Faults strongly impact groundwater flow in the unconsolidated sediments of the Lower Rhine Embayment. Hydraulic head maps show that many individual faults form a barrier to fluid flow whereas relay structures in these faults are sites of hydraulic co ...
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Deformation mechanisms and hydraulic properties of fault zones in unconsolidated sediments; the Roer Valley Rift System, The Netherlands \ Hydrogeology journal : official journal of the International Association of Hydrogeologists [Artikel]
Bense, V.F. \ Berg, E.H. van den \ Balen, R.T. van \ 2003
In general, faults cutting through the unconsolidated sediments of the Roer Valley Rift System (RVRS), The Netherlands, form strong barriers to horizontal groundwater flow. The relationships between deformation mechanisms along fault zones and their ...
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The impact of faults on the hydrogeological conditions in the Roer Valley Rift System: an overview \ Geologie en mijnbouw : orgaan voor officieele mededelingen van het Geologisch-Mijnbouwkundig Genootschap voor Nederland en Kolonien [Artikel]
Bense, V.F. \ Balen, R.T. van \ Vries, J.J. de \ 2003
The hydrogeology of the Roer Valley Rift System is strongly influenced by the hydraulic properties of faults. The hydrogeological impact of faults is illustrated by examples from the SE Netherlands and the adjacent lignite mining areas within the Roe ...
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