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Time Series Change Characteristics of Unconfined Groundwater Wells Temperatures for Agricultural Water Use
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Time Series Change Characteristics of Unconfined Groundwater Wells Temperatures for Agricultural Water Use
Park, Seung Ki; Jung, Nam Su;
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 Abstract
There is a need to analyze unconfined groundwater behavior since the demand of groundwater use has been increasing. While unconfined groundwater temperature is tend to be affected by air temperature, it is hard to find an empirical study in South Korea. In this research, we try to determine the relationship between daily average air temperature and daily average groundwater temperature by time-sequential analysis of groundwater monitoring wells in Galshin basin in Yesan-Gun, Chungcheongnam-Do. In addition, models to estimate groundwater temperature from air temperature were developed. In this research 101-day moving average method with measured air temperature is used to estimate groundwater temperature. To verify the developed model, estimated values of average groundwater temperature with 101 moving average are compared to the measured data from September 10 2007 to September 9 2008. And, Nash-Stucliff Efficiency and Coefficient of Determination were 0.970 and 0.976, therefore it was concluded that the model allowing groundwater temperature estimation from air temperature is with reasonable applicability.
 Keywords
Unconfined grondwater;Groundwater wells temperatures;Time series analysis;Moving average;
 Language
Korean
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