Geo-Environmental Approaches for the Analysis and Assessment of Groundwater Resources at Catchment-Scale

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May 2022
194 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-4372-7 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-4371-0 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Geo-Environmental Approaches for the Analysis and Assessment of Groundwater Resources at Catchment-Scale that was published in

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This book focuses on the tools and methods used for tackling the complexity of the different hydrological and hydrogeological set-ups, the hydrodynamic patterns, the site specifications, and the wide variability of internal and external factors and/or processes on the catchment-scale level that impose the need for combined integrated approaches of robust methods. This Special Issue aims to provide successful applications or new insights on the stand-alone or joint considerations of groundwater resources assessment and characterization methods and explore new state-of-the-art methodological concepts in light of a rapidly changing environment.

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drought; precipitation; SPI; groundwater salinization; karst; seawater intrusion; Soil and Water Assessment Tool; SEAWAT model; irrigation management; groundwater; climate change; sea level rise; nitrate; groundwater; leachate; modelling; validation; state scale; integrated water resources management; coastal agricultural basin; groundwater nitrate pollution; seawater intrusion; hydrochemistry; hydrodynamics; groundwater; environmental isotopes; Tirnavos basin; groundwater recharge; groundwater sustainability; hydrology models; Modder River; sustainability index; GALDIT; monthly vulnerability; seawater intrusion (SWI); vulnerability assessment; effective weight; densely populated area; freshwater–saltwater interactions; multilayer coastal aquifer; hydro-geochemistry; Tevere River delta; Ostia Antica archaeological park; drinking and irrigation water scarcity; groundwater potential mapping; machine learning; remote sensing; GIS; karstic mountainous aquifers; Morocco; hydrogeological properties; natural groundwater fluctuations; semi-arid zones; depleting groundwater resources; Guadalupe Valley Aquifer; chromium; ultramafic rocks; springs; water–rock interaction; natural background levels; aquifer; groundwater; intrinsic vulnerability; RIVA method; index-overlay method; Tirnavos basin; n/a