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Dynamic Water-Balance/Nonlinear-Reservoir GW-SW interaction model


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Abstract

Heterogeneity in the hyporheic zone or near-field geology can impart a threshold effect on groundwater-surface water (GW-SW) exchange. Variations in the texture of riverbed sediments and lithologic variations in adjacent and underlying geology are examples of common heterogeneities. Hydrologic interaction with these heterogeneities leads to distinct types of “behavior” that “switch” when surface-water or groundwater levels rise above or fall below the interface of the layers of differing lithology. A dynamic water-balance/nonlinear-reservoir model incorporating threshold effects was developed for a perched phreatic aquifer–river system. Four conceptualizations of the system were modeled, each of which simulates a perched aquifer as a dynamical system that receives recharge from the riverbank and loses water to an underlying regional aquifer, using combinations of zero, one, or two thresholds representing layered heterogeneity in riverbank and/or aquifer lithology. Application of the model code was demonstrated at a location in the Lower Mississippi River Valley, USA. Models were run using hourly river-gage measurements, calibrated to a 382-day period of corresponding measurements in a nearby well, and further assessed for a 3.5-year period representing varied hydrologic conditions. The best performance was demonstrated by the model incorporating threshold effects, which elucidated four modes of GW-SW system behavior controlled by both riverbank (riverbed hydraulic conductivity) and aquifer (hydraulic conductivity and storage coefficient) properties. The dynamical system modeling approach incorporates the salient hydrologic processes of a GW-SW system with layered heterogeneity. Based upon fundamental mass-conservation concepts, the simple dynamic water-balance/linear-reservoir model has broad applicability to many hydrogeologic settings.

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Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Sunflower, Mississippi, USA
Longitude
-90.5439°
Latitude
33.5473°

Content

README.txt

Contents of archive:

12/18/2019  02:42 PM               283 CHECKERR.txt
05/19/2018  08:15 PM           241,804 Hdata3.txt
11/07/2019  11:57 PM           805,534 Hdata4.txt
12/18/2019  09:36 AM             2,324 mod1_in_par0m1r0_F.txt
12/18/2019  09:58 AM             2,334 mod1_in_par0m1r0_POR.txt
12/18/2019  09:52 AM             2,334 mod1_in_par0m1r0_V1.txt
12/18/2019  09:54 AM             2,333 mod1_in_par0m1r0_V2.txt
12/18/2019  09:46 AM             2,332 mod1_in_par4m1r0_C.txt
12/18/2019  02:41 PM           614,290 mod1_out_haqo3_C.csv
12/18/2019  09:36 AM           614,290 mod1_out_haqo3_F.csv
12/18/2019  09:59 AM         2,099,412 mod1_out_haqo3_POR.csv
12/18/2019  09:55 AM           768,658 mod1_out_haqo3_V1.csv
12/18/2019  09:56 AM           628,159 mod1_out_haqo3_V2.csv
12/18/2019  01:59 PM             2,354 mod2_in_par0m2r0_F.txt
12/18/2019  02:13 PM             2,356 mod2_in_par0m2r0_POR.txt
12/18/2019  02:03 PM             2,356 mod2_in_par0m2r0_V1.txt
12/18/2019  02:08 PM             2,356 mod2_in_par0m2r0_V2.txt
12/18/2019  10:10 AM             2,354 mod2_in_par6m2r0_C.txt
12/18/2019  02:42 PM           614,290 mod2_out_haqo3_C.csv
12/18/2019  02:42 PM           614,290 mod2_out_haqo3_F.csv
12/18/2019  02:13 PM         2,099,412 mod2_out_haqo3_POR.csv
12/18/2019  02:04 PM           768,658 mod2_out_haqo3_V1.csv
12/18/2019  02:09 PM           628,159 mod2_out_haqo3_V2.csv
12/18/2019  02:40 PM             2,220 mod3_in_par0m3r0_F.txt
12/18/2019  02:50 PM             2,220 mod3_in_par0m3r0_POR.txt
12/18/2019  02:45 PM             2,220 mod3_in_par0m3r0_V1.txt
12/18/2019  02:48 PM             2,220 mod3_in_par0m3r0_V2.txt
12/18/2019  02:40 PM             2,221 mod3_in_par10m3r0_C.txt
12/18/2019  02:43 PM           614,290 mod3_out_haqo3_C.csv
12/18/2019  02:44 PM           614,290 mod3_out_haqo3_F.csv
12/18/2019  02:51 PM         2,099,412 mod3_out_haqo3_POR.csv
12/18/2019  02:46 PM           768,658 mod3_out_haqo3_V1.csv
12/18/2019  02:48 PM           628,159 mod3_out_haqo3_V2.csv
12/18/2019  02:58 PM             2,220 mod4_in_par0m4r0_F.txt
12/18/2019  03:05 PM             2,220 mod4_in_par0m4r0_POR.txt
12/18/2019  03:01 PM             2,220 mod4_in_par0m4r0_V1.txt
12/18/2019  03:03 PM             2,220 mod4_in_par0m4r0_V2.txt
12/18/2019  02:54 PM             2,220 mod4_in_par9m4r0_C.txt
12/18/2019  02:56 PM           614,290 mod4_out_haqo3_C.csv
12/18/2019  02:58 PM           614,290 mod4_out_haqo3_F.csv
12/18/2019  03:06 PM         2,099,412 mod4_out_haqo3_POR.csv
12/18/2019  03:01 PM           768,658 mod4_out_haqo3_V1.csv
12/18/2019  03:03 PM           628,159 mod4_out_haqo3_V2.csv
12/18/2019  03:09 PM             7,498 parcovcor.csv
12/18/2019  03:09 PM         4,868,666 parssens.csv
12/18/2019  08:56 AM               418 README.txt
03/20/2019  11:39 PM             3,598 README_filenames.csv
11/14/2019  11:34 PM           287,598 Vdata1.txt
11/14/2019  11:35 PM           232,575 Vdata2.txt
10/21/2019  09:21 PM         3,044,864 wbnlr.exe
10/21/2019  09:21 PM            55,152 wbnlr.for
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***** See README.csv for explanation of each file *****

Model documented in

O'Reilly, A.M., Holt, R.M., Davidson, G.R., and Rigby, J.R., 20XX, A dynamic water-balance/nonlinear-reservoir model of a perched phreatic aquiferriver system with hydrogeologic threshold effects: Water Resources Research -- submitted for review April 2019, revised manuscript submitted December 2019

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Software
Programming Language Fortran
Operating System MS-DOS
Version 1.0

How to Cite

O'Reilly, A. M., R. M. Holt (2019). Dynamic Water-Balance/Nonlinear-Reservoir GW-SW interaction model, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/7bd7b3f4c91741b9bf22bfff717ec286

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Andrew Michael O'Reilly 2 months, 1 week ago

Paper now published: O’Reilly, A.M., Holt, R.M., Davidson, G.R., Patton, A.C., and Rigby, J.R., 2020, A dynamic water-balance/nonlinear-reservoir model of a perched phreatic aquifer–river system with hydrogeologic threshold effects: Water Resources Research. In Press. doi:10.1029/2019WR025382

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