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Record number 419833
Title Modelling of groundwater fluctuations in the area between the Narew and Suprasl Rivers
Author(s) Mioduszewski, W.; Querner, E.P.; Bielecka, J.
Source In: Modelling of Hydrological Processes in the Narew Catchment / Swiatek, D., Okruszko, T., Berlin Heidelberg : Springer Verlag - ISBN 9783642190582 - p. 79 - 87.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-19059-9_5
Department(s) CWC - Integrated Water Resources Management
Publication type Peer reviewed book chapter
Publication year 2011
Abstract The main goal of this paper is to explore by hydrological modelling the groundwater system on both sides of the watershed boundary between the rivers Narew and Supras´l, North-East Poland and the influence of two nearby peat mines. An integrated model of the area was set up using the SIMGRO program. The aim of the model simulations was to estimate the historic hydrological situation of the area. The current groundwater levels were simulated as well as scenarios were investigated, which were based on blocking all drainage canals in the area of the two peat mines. The research proves that the watershed boundary between the Narew and the Suprasl River corresponds to the division of groundwater basins. Significant influences of the peat mines on groundwater levels are noticeable only in the close surroundings of the mines.
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