Field studies at the Apache Leap Research Site in support of alternative conceptual models
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Published by Division of Regulatory Applications, Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Evapotranspiration,
  • Radioactive wastes,
  • Pycnometer,
  • Carbon -- Isotopes

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Statementprepared by R.L. Bassett ... [et al.] ; edited by E.G. Woodhouse ... [et al.] ; prepared for ... U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
ContributionsBassett, R. L. 1948-, Woodhouse, E. G., U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Office of Nuclear Regulatory Research. Division of Regulatory Applications.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17593297M
OCLC/WorldCa42242852

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Field studies at the Apache Leap Research Site in support of alternative conceptual models. By E. G. Woodhouse, G. R. Davidson and C. Theis. Cite. BibTex; Full citation; Abstract. This is a final technical report for a project of the U.S Nuclear Regulatory Commission (sponsored contract NRC) with the University of Arizona. Cited by: 1. Field time was not adequate for a detailed study of the fracturing in the Apache Leap Tuff. High angle joints (dips generally >75 degrees) with northeast, northwest, and east-west strikes are common throughout the unit. Low angle joints (dips generally. Field studies at the Apache Leap Research Site in support of alternative conceptual models Technical Report Woodhouse, E G ; Davidson, G R ; Theis, C This is a final technical report for a project of the U.S Nuclear Regulatory Commission (sponsored contract NRC) with the University of Arizona. Conceptual Models of Flow and Transport in the Fractured Vadose Zone U.S. National Committee for Rock Mechanics, National Research Council Fluid flow and solute transport within the vadose zone, the unsaturated zone between the land surface and the water table, can be the cause of expanded plumes arising from localized contaminant sources.

Field studies at the Apache Leap Research Site in support of alternative conceptual models. to test these hypotheses and conceptual models at the Apache Leap Research Site near Superior. ABSTRACT The International Ground Water Modeling Center (IGWMC) has established a Groundwater Research Data Center which provides information on research datasets resulting from publicly funded field experiments regarding soil and groundwater pollution and related laboratory bench studies, and which distributes selected public domain datasets for testing and validation of models . A peek over the edge of Apache Leap reveals a sheer drop of over feet. According to legend, Apache Leap is the site of a mass suicide of Apache warriors sometime during the early s. The story goes that the U.S. Cavalry attacked a group of Apaches camped on top of Apache Leap.   The Legend of Apache Leap and the Apache Tears According to legend, there is a reminder of the early presence of the battles fought between U. S. Cavalry troops and three recognized tribes: the Coyotes, Tontos and Pinals, all a part of the Apache tribe. .

Description: The LEAP Model (Learning Experiences and Alternate Program for Preschoolers and their Parents) is a program where children are included from Day 1 in preschool classrooms with their typically developing peers. The child’s peers are taught to facilitate the social and communicative behaviors of children with autism spectrum disorder. Families are also taught to apply behavioral strategies when . Sulfur hexafluoride was injected as a tracer gas into the air stream during air-drilling of a borehole in the unsaturated zone of a partially-welded, fractured tuff at Apache Leap, Arizona. Named for Apache Leap, a prominent west-facing cliff in the central part of the quad. Type section designated in Queen Creek Canyon and Oak Flat, T1S, R12E and s 29, 30, T1S, R13E, Pinal Co, AZ in Basin-and-Range province. Is an ash-flow sheet. Is a simple cooling unit at type. [9] Figure 8 depicts superimposed profiles of log air permeability (log 10 k, where k is given in m 2) as determined by packer tests in four boreholes penetrating unsaturated fractured tuff at the Apache Leap Research Site (ALRS) near Superior, Arizona [Chen et al., ]. The permeabilities were obtained by .