Nasrollah Kalantari

Nasrollah Kalantari
Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz | scu · Department of Geology Earth Sciences Faculty

Ph.D

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Introduction
Mostly working on karst hydrogeology and isotopes

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The human exposure to groundwater contamination with toxic elements is a worldwide concern. In this study, multivariate statistics coupled with probabilistic and deterministic risk estimation approaches were applied to 173 groundwater samples of Urmia aquifer (UA) to evaluate human health risks in relation to the consumption of groundwater contamin...
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The human exposure to groundwater contamination with toxic elements is a worldwide concern. In this study, multivariate statistics coupled with probabilistic and deterministic risk estimation approaches were applied to 173 groundwater samples of Urmia aquifer (UA) to evaluate human health risks in relation to the consumption of groundwater contamin...
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Accurate and reliable groundwater level prediction is an important issue in groundwater resource management. The objective of this research is to compare groundwater level prediction of several data-driven models for different prediction periods. Five different data-driven methods are compared to evaluate their performances to predict groundwater l...
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Karstic aquifers are important groundwater reservoirs that supply water to many communities in different countries, such as Iran. Therefore, studying the discharge volume and its fluctuations in addition to identify the hydraulic behavior of the karstic springs is very important. This knowledge can be realized by monitoring and analyzing of spring...
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The Asalouyeh aquifer where extending along the Persian Gulf in the south of Iran falls in a semi-arid climate and it suffers from a shortage of groundwater supply as a result of a significant decrease in recharge of the aquifer due to less rainfall and excessive withdrawal of groundwater during the recent years. Subsequently, saline water encroach...
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Abstract A hydrochemical and tracer study (uranine injection) was conducted in Jurassic limestone of the Poshte-Naz area in the Alborz belt to evaluate hydraulic relations between a large diameter (about 100 m) sinkhole and springs and aquifer parameters. A main goal of the project was to find out the source of turbidity of the Emarate drinking wat...
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Abstract In the Kushkak Valley (Khuzestan, Southwest Iran) an anticlinal structure has partially impounded an ephemeral stream. This natural impounded area has been chosen for an artificial recharge site due to its current rate of recharge, capability to store water and favorable situation for the construction of man-made barriers to stream flow. T...
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Access to safe and reliable drinking water is amongst the important indicators of development in each society, and water scarcity is one of the challenges and limitations affecting development at national and regional levels and social life and economic activity areas. Generally, there are two types of drinking water sources: the first type is surf...
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In this study, the quality of a treated wastewater for agricultural and irrigation purposes was investigated. 39 quality parameters were investigated at the entrance of an effluent channel to the destination plain in monthly time intervals during a year. The aim of this study was drawing an analogy between analyses results and the latest standards...
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This study aims to shed light on the seasonal behavior of yttrium and rare earth elements (YREEs) in the Urmia Aquifer (UA), in the immediate vicinity of Urmia Lake (UL) in Iran. Samples of groundwater, collected under dry and wet conditions in coastal wells of UA, suggest a large degree of variability in both YREE abundance and normalized patterns...
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Both carbonate (as the oil-gas reservoir) and evaporite rocks (as caprock) are coexistent in Masjed Soleyman oil field. Asmari karstic aquifer is formed within Oligo-Miocene carbonate rocks in the south of the oil reservoir. A mixing between fresh karstic groundwater and oil-field brines is expectable because of underground migration of the brines...
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Abstract Sabzab and Bibitalkhone Karst springs are the main discharging points of the Kamarun and Pabdeh karstic anticlines (Asmari dolomite and limestone) in Khuzestan province. The exposed surface of both the anticlines are not sufficient to feed the aforementioned springs. According to the general water balance estimation and the discharge hydro...
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Floodwater spreading (FWS) is an important multi-objective technology in soil-water resources management, particularly to utilize excess runoff. More than 37 such schemes have been implemented in Iran. To measure the success of FWS projects, the factors influencing their performance is a prerequisite. Experienced professionals were asked to partici...
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A hydrochemical and tracer study (uranine injection) was conducted in Jurassic limestone of the Posht-e-Naz area in the Alborz belt to evaluate hydraulic relations between a large diameter (about 100 m) sinkhole and springs and aquifer parameters. A main goal of the project was to find out the source of turbidity of the Emarate drinking water suppl...
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A vast tract in Maharashtra State of India, constituted of horizontally disposed basaltic flows of Cretaceous-Eocene age, falls in the semi-arid climatic zone characterised by low precipitation and high temperature and evaporation. Such areas are marked by the variety of calcretes including massive, honeycomb, nodular, and powdery types. These calc...

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It clear that calcium carbonate dissolution is more as compare to dolomite but looking for main factors.

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