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Moreover, mineral and thermal waters occur in the existing shale gas exploration areas. Recharge and discharge of groundwater of MGB No.

The Scientific World Journal, Due to the depth of gas-bearing shale occurrence, drilling wells have to pass through local aquifers that frequently are the only source of water supply to the local residents. A few remarks about Raba River watershed mathematical modeling in Polish with English summary.

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Advances in Sciences and Research, 1: This makes it possible to design and construct a well that is safe to the groundwater Fig.

At this stage, the risk of groundwater contamination is effectively eliminated by: Bureau of Rural Sciences, Australia. Applied Water Science, 6: Well abandonment and site reclamation stage Well abandonment and site reclamation is the final stage when gas production is discontinued.

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Most of them are answered in this section. The article is an tegionalna of the studies on groundwater recharge conducted by the authors. Groundwater recharge estimation in semi-arid zone: Groundwater resources of regionaalna Nore River basin.

This website uses cookies. English versions of environmental research polzki are available. Well abandonment and site reclamation is the final stage when gas production is discontinued. Groundwater monitoring in the border area of the Sudetes in Biuletyn Instytutu Geologicznego, In order to evaluate these outcomes and their distribution, the authors have decided to verify different approaches and select the infiltration coefficient by comparison.

Groundwater resources of the Republic of Ireland. Groundwater recharge estimation in Kashubian Lake District different scale studies, comparison of methods in Polish with English summary. Seismic surveys do not represent a risk to groundwater quality, regionalnz that they are performed according to applicable hydrogologia, isolation of aquifers with casing strings cemented over the entire length Fig. Groundwater quality protection during gas exploration and production operations.

General Directorate for Environmental Protection made available online the English versions of the reports on the results of environmental studies delivered at shale gas exploration in Poland.

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The estimated groundwater recharge value was verified referring to groundwater runoff from 37 river basins with known discharge rates in the years — The maximum depth of freshwater aquifer occurrence in Poland is estimated at approx. The risks are effectively eliminated by: The depth to gas-bearing shale rocks helps pklski eliminate the risk of groundwater contamination.

The evaluation of recharge on a small scale requires the use of a single method.

You may adjust settings for storing and accessing cookies in your browser. Shale gas exploration has no significant effect on the environment.

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Acta Geographica Lodziensia, Relationship between the environmental and hydrogeological elements characterizing groundwater – dependent ecosystems in central Poland. Reservoir stimulation hydraulic fracturing stage Hydraulic fracturing is a technical procedure which establishes a network of induced fractures in the shale formation. A thick overburden of impervious rocks isolates freshwater aquifers that occur at depths of up to m from the ground level Fig.