Interrelations between the Atmospheric Electric Field, Air Pressure, and Hydrogeological Processes

V. N. Shuleikin and G. G. Shchukin

The rise of the level of aquifers enhances soil radon transport that causes the decay of the atmospheric electric field. The decrease in aquifer levels provides the opposite effect. The aquifer level rise may be caused by precipitation infiltration, hydrofracturing, and air pressure drop. The reasons for the aquifer level decline are the pumping of artesian water and air pressure rise.

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