Water Management

Major concerns of water management include the potential for travel of contaminants with groundwater, the risk of leakage from ponds and other aquatic systems, the potential for groundwater mounding beneath a land treatment system, the need for drainage, and the maintenance of design flow conditions in ponds, wetlands, and other aquatic systems.

3.1.1 Fundamental Relationships

Chapter 2 introduced some of the hydraulic parameters (e.g., permeability) that are important to natural systems and discussed methods for their determination in the field or laboratory. It is necessary to provide further details and definition before undertaking any flow analysis.

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