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Using geophysical hard data to enhance the reliability of hydrological models

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Appropriate design of geophysical experiments combined with common hydrological measurements offer opportunities to use geophysical data as hard data in hydrological models, regarding their conceptualisation or their calibration. Two study sites located in Wallonia, Belgium, were investigated. In the first case (fractured limestone aquifer), streaming potentials were linked to piezometric measurements, allowing us to better conceptualise the local groundwater flow model and calibrate it. In the second example (alluvial sandy aquifer), the use of 4D electrical resistivity tomography and temperature measurements appeared to be a reliable methodology to predict heat storage and recovery cycles in hydrological models with a better constrained calibration process.

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De Schepper, G, C Paulus, J Molron, et al. “Using Geophysical Hard Data to Enhance the Reliability of Hydrological Models.” 23rd European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics. EAGE, 2017. Print.
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De Schepper, G., Paulus, C., Molron, J., Bolly, P.-Y., Hermans, T., & Robert, T. (2017). Using geophysical hard data to enhance the reliability of hydrological models. 23rd European meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics. Presented at the 23rd European meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics, EAGE.
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De Schepper, G, C Paulus, J Molron, P-Y Bolly, Thomas Hermans, and T Robert. 2017. “Using Geophysical Hard Data to Enhance the Reliability of Hydrological Models.” In 23rd European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics. EAGE.
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De Schepper, G, C Paulus, J Molron, P-Y Bolly, Thomas Hermans, and T Robert. 2017. “Using Geophysical Hard Data to Enhance the Reliability of Hydrological Models.” In 23rd European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics. EAGE.
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De Schepper G, Paulus C, Molron J, Bolly P-Y, Hermans T, Robert T. Using geophysical hard data to enhance the reliability of hydrological models. 23rd European meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics. EAGE; 2017.
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G. De Schepper, C. Paulus, J. Molron, P.-Y. Bolly, T. Hermans, and T. Robert, “Using geophysical hard data to enhance the reliability of hydrological models,” in 23rd European meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics, Malmö, Sweden, 2017.
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  abstract     = {Appropriate design of geophysical experiments combined with common hydrological measurements offer opportunities to use geophysical data as hard data in hydrological models, regarding their conceptualisation or their calibration. Two study sites located in Wallonia, Belgium, were investigated. In the first case (fractured limestone aquifer), streaming potentials were linked to piezometric measurements, allowing us to better conceptualise the local groundwater flow model and calibrate it. In the second example (alluvial sandy aquifer), the use of 4D electrical resistivity tomography and temperature measurements appeared to be a reliable methodology to predict heat storage and recovery cycles in hydrological models with a better constrained calibration process.},
  articleno    = {abstract We 23 B09},
  author       = {De Schepper, G and Paulus, C and Molron, J and Bolly, P-Y and Hermans, Thomas and Robert, T},
  booktitle    = {23rd European meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Malmö, Sweden},
  pages        = {4},
  publisher    = {EAGE},
  title        = {Using geophysical hard data to enhance the reliability of hydrological models},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.3997/2214-4609.201702082},
  year         = {2017},
}

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