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Record number 516998
Title BasisRegistratie Ondergrond (BRO) Actualisatie Gt/Gd : beschrijving grondwaterkarakteristieken per Gt-klasse voor hoog Nederland
Author(s) Stuyt, L.C.P.M.; Knotters, M.; Walvoort, D.J.J.; Hoogland, T.; Brus, D.J.; Vries, F. de; Heidema, A.H.; Okx, J.P.
Source Wageningen : Wageningen Environmental Research (Wageningen Environmental Research rapport 2797) - 51
Department(s) Alterra - Soil, water and land use
PE&RC
Biometris (WU MAT)
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2017
Keyword(s) grondwater - grondwaterstand - statistiek - nederland - groundwater - groundwater level - statistics - netherlands
Categories Groundwater Hydrology
Abstract Information on the depth and dynamics of the ground water level below the ground
surface, ‘Gt’, associated with the soil map of The Netherlands, is updated incrementally. Only recently
(2014), an updated Gt-map of the lower, western Netherlands was completed. A Gt-map of the higher
grounds was produced in 2016, based on ‘Gd’ information established in 2004. The procedures
followed and the results are reported in this volume. At this time, the compilation of a Gd map for the
lower Netherlands is due. After completion, in conjunction with the update of the ‘Gd’ data for the
higher grounds, a comprehensive, nationwide ‘Gd’ map of The Netherlands will be available.
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