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Relationship between transmissivity and specific capacity in the volcanic aquifers of Jeju Island, Korea

Relationship between transmissivity and specific capacity in the volcanic aquifers of Jeju Island, Korea,10.1016/j.jhydrol.2004.12.006,Journal of Hydr

Relationship between transmissivity and specific capacity in the volcanic aquifers of Jeju Island, Korea   (Citations: 12)
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Transmissivity is often estimated using specific capacity data when standard pumping test data are not available or the drawdown is stabilized early, as in this study. Previous researchers studied the relationship between transmissivity and specific capacity in the leaky aquifer system of volcanic rocks on Jeju Island, Korea, using the Cooper–Jacob equation. The current study utilizes the Moench leaky aquifer model. The linear relationship between transmissivity and specific capacity on a log–log scale for volcanic aquifers on Jeju Island is remarkably strong, with a correlation coefficient of 0.94. The width of the 90% prediction interval is about 0.89 log cycles, indicating a ±0.44 order of magnitude uncertainty when transmissivity is estimated using specific capacity.
Journal: Journal of Hydrology - J HYDROL , vol. 310, no. 1, pp. 111-121, 2005
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    • ...Razack and Huntley 1991; Huntley et al. 1992; Mace 1997; Mace et al. 2000; Jalludin and Razack 2004; Hamm et al. 2005, etc.)...

    Vishnu Prasad Pandeyet al. Hydrogeologic characteristics of groundwater aquifers in Kathmandu Val...

    • ...Starting with Razack and Huntley (1991), several investigators described empirical relationships between T and SC for fractured rock aquifers (Huntley et al. 1992; Choi 1999; Jalludin and Razack 2004; Hamm et al. 2005; Razack and Lasm 2006) and limestone aquifers (Eagon and Johe 1972; Wolansky and Corall 1985; Fabbri 1997; Mace 1997)...
    • ...The relationships further depend on the methods used to identify SC and T. For example, when estimating T for the same volcanic island aquifer, a different relationship was obtained with the Cooper-Jacob method (Choi 1999) than with the leaky Moench solution (Hamm et al. 2005)...

    Kolja Rotzollet al. Estimating hydraulic conductivity from specific capacity for Hawaii aq...

    • ...To justify the determination of T based on Q/s data, it is assumed that T is linearly proportional to the Q/s of a well, according to Dupuit-Thiem equation in regards to unconfined aquifers and the Theis equation concerning confined aquifers (Hamm et al. 2005)...
    • ...Mace (1997), Fabbri (1997), Hamm et al. (2005), and Razack and Lasm (2007) have compared the empirical relations for different types of aquifer systems and concluded that the differences in regression constants are probably due to differences in geology, well completions, aquifer hydraulics, partial penetration of wells, pumping duration (t), storage coefficient (S), and the models used to simulate the aquifer systems...
    • ...Sources: 1 Razack and Huntley (1991), 2 Christensen (1995), 3 present study, 4 Mace (2000),5 Mace et al. (2000); cited in Mace (2000), 6 Mace (1997), 7 Fabbri (1997), 8 El-Naqa (1994); cited in Mace (2000), 9 Huntley et al. (1992), 10 Razack and Lasm (2007), 11 Jalludin and Razack (2004), 12 Hamm et al. (2005), 13 Choi (1999); cited in Hamm et al. (2005), 14 Dixon and Custer (2002), 15 Acheampong and Hess (1998) a At the 95% confidence ...
    • ...Sources: 1 Razack and Huntley (1991), 2 Christensen (1995), 3 present study, 4 Mace (2000),5 Mace et al. (2000); cited in Mace (2000), 6 Mace (1997), 7 Fabbri (1997), 8 El-Naqa (1994); cited in Mace (2000), 9 Huntley et al. (1992), 10 Razack and Lasm (2007), 11 Jalludin and Razack (2004), 12 Hamm et al. (2005), 13 Choi (1999); cited in Hamm et al. (2005), 14 Dixon and Custer (2002), 15 Acheampong and Hess (1998) a At the 95% confidence ...

    S. K. Srivastavet al. Upscaling of transmissivity, derived from specific capacity: a hydroge...

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