Preliminary proposal of a method for vulnerability mapping in carbonate aquifers
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In karstic areas, groundwater protection zones are commonly delineated based on specific methods taking into account the groundwater flow and infil- tration characteristics of a karst system. Two such methods, developed spe- cifically for karstic areas, the EPIK method (SAEFL, 2000) and the COP method (VIAS et al., 2002(VIAS et al., , 2006) were applied in the Jeita catchment ). The COP method was developed as part of the COST620 project of the EU and is proposed by the European geological sur- veys as the standard method for the protection of karst aquifers
Preliminary Proposal, Method For Vulnerability Mapping, Carbonate Aquifers
Preliminary Proposal; Method For Vulnerability Mapping; Carbonate Aquifers
J. Vías, J.; Andreo, B.; Perles, María; and Carrasco, Fulvio, "Preliminary proposal of a method for vulnerability mapping in carbonate aquifers" (2002). KIP Articles. 4324.