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Comment on “HydrogeoSieveXL: an Excel-based tool to estimate hydraulic conductivity from grain-size analysis”: technical note published in Hydrogeology Journal (2015) 23: 837–844, by J. F. Devlin

Commentaire sur “HydrogeoSieveXL: an Excel-based tool to estimate hydraulic conductivity from grain-size analysis (HydrogeoSieveXL: un outil développé sous Excel pour estimer la conductivité hydraulique à partir de l’analyse de la granulométrie) “: note technique publié dans Hydrogeology Journal (2015) 23: 837–844, par J. F. Devlin

Comentario sobre “HydrogeoSieveXL: an Excel-based tool to estimate hydraulic conductivity from grain-size analysis (HydrogeoSieveXL: una herramienta basada en el Excel para estimar la conductividad hidráulica a partir del análisis del tamaño de grano)”: nota técnica publicado en Hydrogeology Journal (2015) 23: 837–844, por J. F. Devlin

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Comentário sobre “HydrogeoSieveXL: an Excel-based tool to estimate hydraulic conductivity from grain-size analysis (HydrogeoSieveXL: uma ferramenta baseada no Excel para estimar condutividade hidráulica a partir de análises do tamanho de partículas)”: nota técnica publicado no Hydrogeology Journal (2015) 23: 837–844, por J. F. Devlin

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Urumović, K., Urumović, K. Comment on “HydrogeoSieveXL: an Excel-based tool to estimate hydraulic conductivity from grain-size analysis”: technical note published in Hydrogeology Journal (2015) 23: 837–844, by J. F. Devlin. Hydrogeol J 25, 589–591 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10040-016-1509-5

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Keywords

  • Grain-size
  • Hydraulic properties
  • Spreadsheet
  • Unconsolidated sediments
  • Laboratory experiments/measurements