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Discontinuous flow of fracture water: a new technique of karst collapse prevention

Discontinuous flow of fracture water: a new technique of karst collapse prevention,10.1007/s002540100371,Environmental Earth Sciences,Tian Kaiming,Hu

Discontinuous flow of fracture water: a new technique of karst collapse prevention   (Citations: 1)
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A unique regime of groundwater flow in large limestone aquifers in China is presented in the context of variation of anisotropy of permeability tensors with depth. The limestone aquifers are composed of an upper region where the permeability ellipsoid is upright or prolate and characterized by Kz>Kx and Kz>Ky, a transitional zone, and a lower zone whose permeability ellipsoid is horizontal or oblate and characterized by Kz
Journal: Environmental Earth Sciences - ENVIRON EARTH SCI , vol. 40, no. 11, pp. 1347-1352, 2001
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    • ...Thus, the changes to the environment and climate, particularly persistent drought and constant rainfall, could cause hydrodynamic conditions to change dramatically and trigger or accelerate cave formation and collapse (Beck 1988; Buttrick and Schalkwyk 1998; Li and Zhou 1999; Kaiming et al. 2001; Zhou and Beck 2005; Zhou and Beck 2008; Qian et al. 2009; He et al. 2010b)...

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