REGULARITY OF CHANGES HYDROGEOLOGICAL AND HYDROLOGICAL CONDITIONS IN AREAS ADJACENT TO THE POND - ACCOMULATER WASTE MINE WATER "GULLY SVIDOVOK" IN WESTERN DONBASS


  • Halyna Petrivna Yevhrashkina Oles Gonchar Dnіpropetrovsky natsіonalny unіversitet
  • Anastasiya Omel'chuk Oles Gonchar Dnіpropetrovsky natsіonalny unіversitet

Abstract

On the basis of theory of physical and chemical hydrodynamics of porous environments the mathematical model of migratory processes is offered in underwaters, adjoining to the pond of territories. On the first stage of researches a hydrodynamic net is built. The planned task by quantitative prognosis estimation of contamination of underwaters as a result of lauter losses of pond decides the system of unidimensional equalizations on the ribbons of current. The cascade method of reconstruction of pond is offered, fully eliminating contamination of aquiferous horizons. Key words: hydrodynamic net, contamination, aquiferous horizon, migratory process. 

Author Biographies

Halyna Petrivna Yevhrashkina, Oles Gonchar Dnіpropetrovsky natsіonalny unіversitet
Oles Gonchar Dnіpropetrovsky natsіonalny unіversitet, Head Department of Geology and Hydrogeology, prof. Dr. geol. Sciences
Anastasiya Omel'chuk, Oles Gonchar Dnіpropetrovsky natsіonalny unіversitet
assistant  Department of Geology and Hydrogeology

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Published
2011-04-18
How to Cite
Yevhrashkina, H., & Omel’chuk, A. (2011). REGULARITY OF CHANGES HYDROGEOLOGICAL AND HYDROLOGICAL CONDITIONS IN AREAS ADJACENT TO THE POND - ACCOMULATER WASTE MINE WATER "GULLY SVIDOVOK" IN WESTERN DONBASS. Journal of Geology, Geography and Geoecology, 19(3/2), 28-31. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.15421/111106