Groundwater in fractured rocks: selected papers from the by Jiří Krásný; John Malcolm Sharp

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In: Poprawski L, Bochen´ska T (eds) Sb. Sympozia “Wspólczesne problemy hydrogeologii VI” Polanica Zdrój 79–86. Krásny´ J (1996a) State-of-the-art of hydrogeological investigations in hard rocks: the Czech Republic. In: Krásny´ J, Mls J (eds) (1996) 1st Workshop on hardrock hydrogeology of the Bohemian Massif. Acta Universitatis Carolinae Geologica, 40(2): 89–101. Krásny´ J (1996b) Hydrogeological environment in hard rocks: an attempt at its schematizing and terminological considerations. In: Krásny´ J, Mls J (eds) 1st Workshop on hardrock hydrogeology of the Bohemian Massif.

This is where the most intensive groundwater flow and groundwater resources occur in hard rocks. However, local hydrogeological setting determines the geometry and anatomy of the hydrogeological units and their parameters. The availability of groundwater resources depends upon: 1) the hydraulic properties and their distribution, and 2) climatic conditions. For instance, because of limited precipitation and high evaporation in arid and semi-arid regions, groundwater resources are commonly limited.

Can we assess the effects on fracture networks on density-driven flow and transport? How have paleohydrogeological conditions influenced the origin and evolution of deep-seated brines? What is role of endogenous processes in omnipresent and almost uniform vertical distribution of deep saline waters, occurring under extremely variable geological and geochemical conditions? Can we develop numerical codes that can simulate local-dominant effects in regional or aquifer studies? How can we apply fracture rock hydrogeology to: – Ore body mineralization – Petroleum migration – Diagenesis With respect specific lithologies: – Plutons and massifs: ᭿ Do fracture skins vary with fracture orientation?

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