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Oasis are places where aquifers are connected to the surface. The source of the water in the aquifer however can be hundreds of miles away in areas that do get significant rainfall. The trick is geologic strat have different properties; some allow water to flow easily, others are very water tight, a water accessible layer covered by a water proof layer ...


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There are two types of oases: natural and human made. Natural oases form when springs, created when underground aquifers allow fresh water to pool or flow on the ground surface of deserts, creating a fertile region. A human made oasis occurs when humans create fertile region in a dry or arid region, such as a desert. The supply of water in human made oases ...


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Yes, it is possible. The documentation for Hydrus-3D give you the syntax (http://www.pc-progress.com/en/OnlineHelp/HYDRUS3/Hydrus.html?RunningComputationalModulesinaBa.html) In brief here is what you need to do: In the installation folder of Hydrus, create a text file, name it run.bat You need to write two lines of code for every simulation you wish to ...


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October 1st is mostly used, but it varies from country to country. In Norway, the hydrological year start on September 1st, mostly because groundwater levels are at their lowest. At that time of the year, all snow in the mountains has melted, and it is before temperatures fall and the autumn rain settles in. It is probably better to use October 1st than ...


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There is a saltwater River in India called Luni river Luni (also known as Lonari, Lavanavari, Lavanavati, Salt river) is a river in Rajasthan. It originates in the Pushkar valley of the Aravalli Range, near Ajmer, passes through the southeastern portion of the Thar Desert, and ends in the marshy lands of Rann of Kutch in Gujarat, after travelling a distance ...


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