Groschen


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Groschen

A subdivision of the Austrian schilling, which is the former currency of Austria. One groschen was equal in value to 1/100 of schilling. See also: Cent.
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The potentiometric surface as defined by Groschen (1985) is the elevation at which groundwater levels would stand in tightly cased wells.
The elevations of the potentiometric surfaces of the one-layer three-dimensional fluid flow aquifer simulations were compared to those results by Groschen (1985).
The boundary conditions of the aquifer are those assigned by Groschen (1985) in which the west boundary was modeled with a constant head to simulate recharge from infiltration of surface water.
Groschen (1985) used the computed steady-state heads as initial heads for the transient-state simulations.
Calibrated hydrologic data used for the computer model is from Groschen (1985).
Both the eastern and southern boundaries were selected because as Groschen (1985) stated, there were no corresponding physical boundaries.
Currency denominations: 24 groschen = 1 thaler; 21 groschen = 1 gulden (abbreviated as fl.
Between 1400 and 1420 the Czech groschen had rapidly devalued by 20 per cent.