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INTRODUCTION AND DEFINITION: Aquifer Types, Pumping Tests, Selection of Test Site, Disging Well, Selection of The Pump, Disge of Pumped Water, Observation Well (Piezometers), Number of Piezometers, Distance of The Piezometers, Dept of The Piezometers, Construction of The Piezometers, Performance of A Pomping Test, Water Level Measurements, Disharge Rate Measurements, Duration of The Pumping Test.

Kruseman, G. P. And Ridder, N.A., (1983), Analysis and evaluation of pumping test data, International Institute for Land Reclamation and Imprıvement/ILRI, p. 200, Wageningen.

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BERNOULLİ EQUATION, DARCY LAW AND DRENAGE CHANNEL: Bernoulli Equation According to The Conservation of Energy, Parameters of Darcy Law, Darcy Law Comparison With The Aquifer, The Aquifer Characteristics Are Finded by Drenage Channel.

Kresic, N., (1997), Quantitative solution in hydrogeology and groundwater modeling, CRC Lewis Publishers, New York, 461 p.

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WATER WELLS, STEADY STATE FLOW: Confined Aquifer, Flow Toward A Fully Penetrating Well, Transmisivity and Hydraulic Conductivity, Radius of Well Influence.

Kresic, N., (1997), Quantitative solution in hydrogeology and groundwater modeling, CRC Lewis Publishers, New York, 461 p.

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WATER WELLS, STEADY STATE FLOW: Well Loss, Well Efficiency, Unconfined Aquifer, Hydraulic Conductivity.

Kresic, N., (1997), Quantitative solution in hydrogeology and groundwater modeling, CRC Lewis Publishers, New York, 461 p.

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WATER WELLS, STEADY STATE FLOW: Position of The Water Table, Unconfined Aquifer with Infiltration.

Kresic, N., (1997), Quantitative solution in hydrogeology and groundwater modeling, CRC Lewis Publishers, New York, 461 p.

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WATER WELLS, STEADY STATE FLOW: Wells Near Boundary Conditions.

Kruseman, G. P. And Ridder, N.A., (1983), Analysis and evaluation of pumping test data, International Institute for Land Reclamation and Imprıvement/ILRI, p. 200, Wageningen.

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WATER WELLS, TRANSIENT FLOW: Confined, NonLeaky Aquifer, The Teis Method.

Kresic, N., (1997), Quantitative solution in hydrogeology and groundwater modeling, CRC Lewis Publishers, New York, 461 p.

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WATER WELLS, TRANSIENT FLOW: The Cooper Jacob Method, Drawdown Versus Ratio Of Time And Square Distance, Drawdown Versus Time, Drawdown Versus Distance,

Kresic, N., (1997), Quantitative solution in hydrogeology and groundwater modeling, CRC Lewis Publishers, New York, 461 p.

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WATER WELLS, TRANSIENT FLOW: Method of Recovery, Residual Drawdawn Versus Ratio t/t', Calculated Recovery Versus t'.

Kresic, N., (1997), Quantitative solution in hydrogeology and groundwater modeling, CRC Lewis Publishers, New York, 461 p.

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WATER WELLS, TRANSIENT FLOW: Varying Pumping Rate, Leaky Confined Aquifer.

Kruseman, G. P. And Ridder, N.A., (1983), Analysis and evaluation of pumping test data, International Institute for Land Reclamation and Imprıvement/ILRI, p. 200, Wageningen.

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WATER WELLS, TRANSIENT FLOW: Unconfined Aquifer With Delayed Gravity Response.

Butler, J. J. (1998), The Design, Performance, and Analysis of Slug Tests, Lewis Publishers, New York.

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SLUG TEST: CooperBredehoeftPapadopulos Method for Confined Aquifer.

Butler, J. J. (1998), The Design, Performance, and Analysis of Slug Tests, Lewis Publishers, New York.

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SLUG TEST: Hvorslev Slug Test Method for Confined Aquifer.

Butler, J. J. (1998), The Design, Performance, and Analysis of Slug Tests, Lewis Publishers, New York.

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SLUG TEST: BouwerRıce Method for U

Butler, J. J. (1998), The Design, Performance, and Analysis of Slug Tests, Lewis Publishers, New York.
