Partially Penetrating Lake-Aquifer Interaction in a Laboratory-scale Tidal Setting
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Freshwater lakes close to the coast are important ecotones with strong functional dependency on ocean forces. Tides are likely to create dynamic lake-groundwater interactions, which have not been previously assessed for partially penetrating lakes. This study investigates tidal lake-groundwater interaction in a laboratory-scale aquifer cross-section with and without the existence of a partially penetrating lake. The experimental observations were reproduced by numerical models to allow for an in-depth evaluation of the experiments beyond those provided by direct measurements.
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Groundwater tides, Laboratory experiments, Lake-groundwater interaction, Variably saturated model
Jazayeri, A., Werner, A., & Cartwright, N. (2021). Partially Penetrating Lake-Aquifer Interaction in a Laboratory-scale Tidal Setting (Version 1) [Data set]. Flinders University. https://doi.org/10.25957/JH11-EV16