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Introduction
Geological Aspects for Assessment, Clean-up, and Siting of Waste Disposal Sites
Introduction
Geological Aspects
Data Acquisition of Rock and Formation Fluid Testing
Summary Site Selection
References
Hydrogeology
Introduction
Hydrologic Cycles
Main Components of Hydrology
Watershed Hydrology
Hydrogeology
References
Environmental Impacts Related to Hydrogeological Systems
Natural and Manmade Disasters
Land Subsidence
Causes of Subsidence
Damage Cost and Legal Aspects of Land Subsidence
Kinds of Waste and Physiography of Waste Disposal Sites
Kinds and Sources of Wastes
Types of Waste
Gaseous Wastes
Hazardous Wastes
Physiography of Waste Sites
Environmental Concerns on Hydrogeological Systems
Environmental Impacts on Water Resource Systems
Introduction
Climatic Changes and Their Effect on the Water Resources
Surface Water Pollution
Ground-water Pollution
Ground-water Monitoring
Waste Management for Ground-Water Protection
Primary Concept
Alternative of Waste Disposal
Disposal and Control
Ground-water Protection
Risk and Legal Aspects of Waste Disposal Sites
Components of the Risk Assessment Process
Hydrogeological Systems and Monitoring
Hydrogeologic and Environmental Considerations for Design and Construction in Karst Terrain/Sinkhole Prone Areas
Introduction
Investigation - Design Considerations
Design and Construction Considerations
Remediation
Ground-Water Modeling
Introduction
Electric Simulation Model
Hele Shaw Model
Resistance Network Model
Simulation Technique
Resistor - Capacitor Network Model --Resistor instead of Regester
Analog Computers
Digital Computer
Finite-Element Method
Ground-water Quality Models
Difficulties and Short Comings
Case Studies
The Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System in Egypt
Siting A Secure Hazardous Waste Landfill in a Limestone Terrane
Catastrophic Subsidence: An Environmental Hazard, Shelby County, Alabama Environmental Hydrogeology of Figeh Spring, Damascus, Syria
Collection and Disposal of Naturally Occurring Chloride Contaminated Ground-water to Improve Water Quality in the Red River Basin
Ground-water Recharge & Its Environmental Impact with Case Studies
Introduction
References
Conclusions
Bibliography

About the Author

P.E. LaMoreaux & Associates, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt P.E. LaMoreaux and Associates, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA

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