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Special Issue "Groundwater Hydrological Model Simulation"
A special issue of Water (ISSN 2073-4441). This special issue belongs to the section "Hydrology".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (5 September 2022) | Viewed by 19157
A printed edition of this Special Issue is available here.
Special Issue Editor
Interests: urban waters; groundwater modeling; groundwater mapping; urban flooding; flood risk map
Special Issue Information
Groundwater numerical modeling is an effective approach to simulating and analyzing the groundwater dynamics under varying conditions.
Regional models are commonly used to simulate the conditions of watersheds that vary due to climatic changes or anthropic modification. Local scale-models are widely used to investigate contaminant transport or to predict the effect of ground heat exchange on the groundwater temperature.
Despite their wide usage, numerical models need to be supported by correct conceptualization of the natural system, proper selection of the computer code and solver, and an effective calibration process.
This Special Issue aims to gather new contributions emphasizing different aspects of groundwater modeling, focusing on the latest developments and applications for water resources management, including the use of new computer tools, such as open source platforms for groundwater modeling or artificial intelligence to explore data and expedite the calibration process. Case studies involving the use of models by local government agencies are especially welcome. We invite you to submit your latest research works on subjects including, but not limited to, the following:
- Regional groundwater models accounting for watershed modifications
- Coupling surface water/groundwater models
- Use of groundwater models to understand the impact of climate change on water resources
- Groundwater models as tools to ensure the sustainable use of water resources
- Local-scale groundwater models in urban areas
- Open source software and tools to manage groundwater models
- Integration of groundwater model results in GIS systems
- Comparative studies among groundwater models and machine learning techniques
- Machine learning techniques to improve model calibration
Looking forward to receiving your contribution.
Dr. Cristina Di Salvo
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- regional groundwater models
- urban groundwater
- model conceptualization
- numerical modeling solver
- numerical models calibration
- open source platform
- climate change
- sustainable groundwater management
- machine learning