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 Title & Authors
A Method of Site Selection for the Artificial Recharge of Groundwater Using Geospatial Data
Lee, Jae One; Seo, Minho; Han, Chan;
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 Abstract
This study aims to select an optimal site for the development of small-scaled artificial ground water recharge system with the purpose of 50ton/day pumping in dry season. First of all, the topography shape satisfying the numerous factors of a hydraulic model experiment is defined and an appropriate pumping efficiency is calculated through the model experiment of injection and pumping scenario. In next step, GIS(Geographic Information System) database are constructed by processing several geospatial data to explore the optimal site. In detail, watershed images are generated from DEM(Digital Elevation Model) with 5m cell size, which is set for the minimum area of the optimal site selection. Slope maps are made from DEM to determine the optimal hydraulic gradient to procure the proper aquifer undercurrent period. Finally, the suitable site for artificial recharge system is selected using an integration of overall data, such as an alluvial map, DEM, orthoimages, slope map, and watershed images.
 Keywords
Artificial Recharge;GIS;DEM;Watershed;Slope Map;Orthoimage;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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