Report: TR 2012/42
Author: M Toews, M Gusyev (Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences Ltd)
The goal of this study was to develop a steady-state groundwater flow and transient contaminant transport model to aid with nitrate management in the western Lake Taupō catchment.
This study is a continuation of the 2011 study by Gusyev et al. It provides a detailed description of the constructed model for the western Lake Taupō catchment.
|2.4.3||Surface water features||3|
|2.5.3||Mean residence time||4|
|3.1||Model run setting||5|
|3.2||Calibration to stream flow||5|
|3.3||Calibration to grounwater levels||6|
|3.4||Calibration to mean residence time||6|
|3.5||Sensitivity and uncertainty||6|
|4.1||Groundwater flow results||7|
|4.2||Nitrate transport results||7|
|5||Summary and recommendations||7|