This research presents a methodology for an optimal design of regional
groundwater monitoring networks. The design of a monitoring network
consists of defining the number, location and measurement frequency of
observation wells. The groundwater monitoring program is known to be an
expensive, time consuming and uncertain process. Of significant current
interest is the problem of developing a sampling plan which will yield
information that meets pre-specified criteria set by a decision maker and
satisfies budget constraints.
Groundwater Monitoring Network: Analysis And Design.
St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory.
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