Advances in Transboundary Aquifer Assessment

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August 2023
346 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8451-5 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8450-8 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Advances in Transboundary Aquifer Assessment that was published in

Biology & Life Sciences
Chemistry & Materials Science
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Public Health & Healthcare

“Advances in Transboundary Aquifer Assessment” features studies of transboundary aquifers, particularly at the border shared by Mexico and the United States, a semi-arid to arid region experiencing significant population growth and changing climate conditions. Aquifer assessment in a transboundary setting requires the cooperation of multiple jurisdictions, sometimes with different languages and cultures. The papers in this Special Issue represent a broad array of investigations of complex physical aquifer systems and related institutional settings, including identification and prioritization of needs and strategies for sustainable groundwater development and use; characterization of the physical framework of the aquifer, stressors on the aquifer system, and how those stressors influence the availability of groundwater in terms of its quantity and quality; and the incorporation of stakeholder input and prioritization directly into the process of aquifer assessment and model building.

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transboundary aquifers; United States; Mexico; assessment; agreements; groundwater management; self-potential; temperature; conductivity; surface water; groundwater; groundwater and surface water interactions; rivers; resistivity; streamflow; Santa Cruz River; climate change; water resources; transboundary aquifer; transboundary aquifer assessment; Arizona; Sonora; groundwater storage; groundwater use; multilevel governance; agreement; transboundary basins; retrospective analysis; United States; Canada; groundwater depletion; transboundary aquifers; binational resource management; serious games; stakeholder cooperation; transboundary waters; groundwater; US–Mexico; water governance; science production; bidirectionality; transboundary aquifers; human and natural systems; assessment; system dynamics modeling; transboundary; aquifers; Mexico; United States; border; groundwater; groundwater; Hueco Bolson; MODFLOW; Rio Grande; transboundary aquifer; Transboundary Aquifer Assessment Program; collaboration; trust; power; risk; U.S./Mexico border; ethnography; salinization; transboundary aquifers; geothermal; international water supplies; water quality; upflow; vertical groundwater flow; heat transport; thermal modeling; transboundary; water resources; Rio Grande; conceptual model; hydrogeology; geochemistry; Santa Cruz River Aquifer; Mexico; water balance model; climate uncertainty; transboundary aquifer; transboundary aquifer assessment; Arizona; Sonora; isotopes; transboundary aquifers assessment; Hueco Bolson; Mesilla Basin; Conejos-Médanos/Mesilla aquifer; groundwater; hydrogeomorphology; transboundary aquifer; recharge; discharge; United States; Mexico; transboundary aquifers; aquifer assessment; groundwater; stakeholder involvement; United States–Mexico border; United States–Canada border