publication . Preprint . Research . 2001

Metro Manila and Metro Cebu Groundwater Assessment

David, Cristina C.; Inocencio, Arlene B.; Clemente, Roberto S.; Abracosa, Ramon P.; Tabios, Guillermo Q.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2001
Abstract
This paper describes the methodologies adopted and the results obtained in assessing the groundwater resources of Metro Manila and Metro Cebu. Also some early and recent studies on the aquifer systems in the two metropolis are presented to draw some comparisons on the assessment and data acquisition methods and identify some gaps involved and the improvements needed. Some of the indicators used in assessing groundwater potential and associated problems include storage coefficient, transmissivity, safe yield, and salt water intrusion. The complex and expensive nature of actual field monitoring and analysis has encouraged the use of mathematical models in this stu...
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free text keywords: natural resources and environment, water sector, natural resources and environment, water sector, Grundwasser, Kommunale Versorgungswirtschaft, Wasserversorgung, Manila, ddc:330
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