Identification of hydrogeological systems via inverse procedures
This thesis is concerned with three topics. The first two comprise the development of a new model of salinity transport in a stream connected to a salty aquifer and the derivation of a new method for the identification of transmissivity in an aquifer. A third topic interwoven with the first two is the analysis of ill-posedness often associated with the identification of hydrological systems. The salinity transport model is derived from basic mass conservation equations and from the...[Show more]
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