A Hybrid Model to Simulate Landsubsidence due to Groundwater Recovery
Due to a gradual increase of groundwater recovery and gas/oil production in the past decennia landsubsidence becomes manifest as a serious environmental problem, in particular in urban areas and wetlands.
KeywordsPermeability Porosity Stratification Compaction Compressibility
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