In his study, Yoseph Yechieli carries out multidisciplinary Groundwater and Seawater research. Yoseph Yechieli integrates many fields in his works, including Seawater and Groundwater. His Aquifer study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Submarine groundwater discharge. His research on Submarine groundwater discharge often connects related topics like Aquifer. Geotechnical engineering and Artesian aquifer are commonly linked in his work. His Artesian aquifer study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Cone of depression. He performs multidisciplinary studies into Cone of depression and Aquifer test in his work. Yoseph Yechieli integrates many fields in his works, including Aquifer test and Groundwater model. Yoseph Yechieli incorporates Groundwater model and Groundwater flow in his research.
His research on Geotechnical engineering frequently links to adjacent areas such as Hydrogeology. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Hydrogeology and Hydrology (agriculture) research. Yoseph Yechieli integrates Hydrology (agriculture) and Groundwater recharge in his research. His study on Groundwater recharge is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Geotechnical engineering. As part of his studies on Oceanography, Yoseph Yechieli often connects relevant areas like Shore. His study deals with a combination of Groundwater and Seawater. Yoseph Yechieli undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Seawater and Groundwater in his work. In his works, Yoseph Yechieli conducts interdisciplinary research on Aquifer and Soil salinity. By researching both Soil salinity and Aquifer, Yoseph Yechieli produces research that crosses academic boundaries.
While working in this field, Yoseph Yechieli studies both Hydrology (agriculture) and Aquifer. Yoseph Yechieli integrates Aquifer and Hydrology (agriculture) in his studies. The study of Geotechnical engineering is intertwined with the study of Phreatic in a number of ways. His research links Geotechnical engineering with Phreatic. His work in Oceanography is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Bay. Bay and Oceanography are commonly linked in his work. Yoseph Yechieli undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Groundwater and Water quality through his works. He combines Water quality and Groundwater in his studies. His Tidal irrigation research extends to the thematically linked field of Geomorphology.
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The impact of freshwater and wastewater irrigation on the chemistry of shallow groundwater: a case study from the Israeli Coastal Aquifer
A. Kass;I. Gavrieli;Y. Yechieli;A. Vengosh.
Journal of Hydrology (2005)
Sinkhole “swarms” along the Dead Sea coast: Reflection of disturbance of lake and adjacent groundwater systems
Yoseph Yechieli;Meir Abelson;Amos Bein;Onn Crouvi.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2006)
Combined time‐series resistivity and geochemical tracer techniques to examine submarine groundwater discharge at Dor Beach, Israel
P. W. Swarzenski;W. C. Burnett;W. J. Greenwood;B. Herut.
Geophysical Research Letters (2006)
Abrupt aridities and salt deposition in the post-glacial Dead Sea and their North Atlantic connection
Mordechai Stein;Adi Torfstein;Ittai Gavrieli;Yoseph Yechieli.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2010)
Geochemical evolution and timescale of seawater intrusion into the coastal aquifer of Israel
Orit Sivan;Yoseph Yechieli;Barak Herut;Boaz Lazar.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2005)
Fresh-Saline Ground Water Interface in the Western Dead Sea Area
Ground Water (2000)
Will the Dead Sea die
Yoseph Yechieli;Ittai Gavrieli;Brian Berkowitz;Daniel Ronen.
Direct measurements of floodwater infiltration into shallow alluvial aquifers
Ofer Dahan;Yuval Shani;Yehouda Enzel;Yoseph Yechieli.
Journal of Hydrology (2007)
Collapse-sinkholes and radar interferometry reveal neotectonics concealed within the Dead Sea basin
Meir Abelson;Gidon Baer;Vladimir Shtivelman;Daniel Wachs.
Geophysical Research Letters (2003)
What is the role of fresh groundwater and recirculated seawater in conveying nutrients to the coastal ocean
Yishai Weinstein;Yoseph Yechieli;Yehuda Shalem;William C. Burnett.
Environmental Science & Technology (2011)
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