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New developments in river basin management

New developments in river basin management

proceedings of a specialised conference held in Cincinnati, Ohio, 29 June-3 July 1980

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Published by Pergamon Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water quality management -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementexecutive editor, S.H. Jenkins ; organized by the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission.
    SeriesWater science and technology,, v. 13, no. 3
    ContributionsJenkins, S. H., Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD419 .W38 vol. 13, no. 3, TD365 .W38 vol. 13, no. 3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination313, iv p. :
    Number of Pages313
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3870145M
    ISBN 100080283918
    LC Control Number81192928

    However, some quantitative indicators are still needed to make the principle of sustainability more accessible for decision making. The rate of production via the latter process depends on the amount of declined reservoir pressure. Google Scholar Jensen, J. A management model at the river basin scale is applied to assess not only human water demand and supply for domestic, industrial, and agricultural sectors, but also natural demands. Laubel R. Setegn has an interdisciplinary background and experience in environmental, hydrological and hydrodynamic modeling; watershed dynamics, predicting the impact of climate and land-use changes on water resources, agriculture and populations; GIS and remote sensing applications in the environment and water resources.

    Microseismic monitoring of fracture stimulations has seen huge growth in the past decade, in line with the increase in shale gas development activity. The idea is that seismic moment tensor is a symmetric second-order tensor with six independent components. Firstly, they meet the information need of policy- and decision-makers. Aquatic Environment Monitoring programme

    Svendsen, B. Global discoveries of shale gas reserves will affect the geopolitical map of energy production. A case study of microseismic imaging of hydraulic fracturing in the Barnett shale gas reservoir in Texas demonstrated some complications about the use of microseismic results in reservoir simulations [ 36 ]. While the technology is mature and well established when dealing with detecting fracture geometry and growth, the author states that the disability of the technique in distinguishing between seismicity induced by fracture opening and closing.


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Using the algorithm proposed by Gephart and Forsyth [ 42 ] and considering the double-couple approximations of the seismic moment tensors, Baig and Urbancic [ 41 ] could invert the measured strain axes in the treatment zone represented by the seismic moment tensors for the stress regime that best fits these New developments in river basin management book.

It can also lead to possible improvements in reservoir drainage. The results of these simulation methods show a higher location uncertainty for events located at the early stages, consequently restrained interpretation from monitored seismicity in the early stages.

In this section, we enumerate some of such initiatives presented in recent years. That dependency could be attributed to the variation of the shear stress on the fault plane and the variation of stress during the reactivation process.

It has failed to create any mechanism to encourage efficient use of water among farmers in the Cauvery delta who use large amounts of water from the river over long periods with low end-use efficiency.

The combination of horizontal well completions and multi-stage hydraulic fracture treatments have been crucial to the expansion of shale gas development. In general, it leads to more optimized completion design with closer perforation clusters and increased reservoir contact in future wells.

Emerging trends The abundance of applications of microseismic monitoring in gas reservoirs in recent years and the high quality of collected 3C data have been accompanied by attempts to extract more detailed information about the fracturing process from recorded signals.

This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. We need to understand these flow- and quality-patterns and how they change in order to properly manage the water resources of river basins.

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In the Etsho study area, hydraulic fracturing of Horn River Shales was performed in horizontal wells using multiple stages of slickwater fracturing, which consists of pumping a water-based fluid, chemicals, and proppant combination that has low-viscosity to increase the fluid flow.

The list is not in any way exhaustive, but it is a sample of recent efforts in this regard. Smaller-scale experiments later extended this New developments in river basin management book to much smaller microseismic events, especially when clear evidence of a double-couple source was provided by fault-plane solutions [ 2324 ].

It has failed to address the ecosystem concerns based on scientific criteria that are important components of integrated river basin New developments in river basin management book.

Thermogenic gas originates from cracking of organic matter or the secondary cracking of oil, while biogenic gas is generated from microbes in areas of freshwater recharge [ 34 ].

Induced earthquakes occur because of geomechanical changes in the reservoir because of the fracturing process [ 1516171819 ]. KW - Assessments. Hydrological analysis and modelling of water flow and quality are provided by hydrological simulation models, whilst GIS describes the physical environment through which the water flows.

These are not exceptional meetings in the longer-term history of Nile Basin, but rather a piece of a much larger mosaic of transboundary water relations.

Dent Abstract Water is constantly flowing through the landscape in response to weather events and most often, in the form of streams and rivers. The real-time results played a vital role in the immediate evaluation and optimization of fracture parameters.

National and regional food and energy security plans need to be increasingly interlinked. National Environmental Research Institute. Hence, application of new seismic techniques that can actually help achieve this objective through increasing the efficiency of production and rate of production has been welcome.

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