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en línea
Enrique Fernández Escalante, Jon San Sebastián Sauto and Rodrigo Calero Gil    
In this article, the authors will support Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) as a tool to combat Climate Change (CC) adverse impacts on the basis of real sites, indicators, and specific cases located Spain. MAR has been used in Spain in combination with othe... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Qiang Han, Tiansong Qi and Mosammat Mustari Khanaum    
Urbanization and climate change exacerbate groundwater overexploitation and urban flooding. The infiltration basin plays a significant role in protecting groundwater resources because it is a prevalent technology of managed aquifer recharge. It could als... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Nazeer Asmael, Alain Dupuy, Paul McLachlan and Michel Franceschi    
The complex and interconnected water challenges linked to global climate change and natural and anthropogenic water resources pressure have become major challenges in the 21st century. The Garonne River and its accompanying alluvial aquifers are consider... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Diamantis Karakatsanis, Thomas Patsialis, Kyriaki Kalaitzidou, Ioannis Kougias, Maria Margarita Ntona, Nicolaos Theodossiou and Nerantzis Kazakis    
The optimization of dam operations to transform them into multi-objective facilities constitutes a challenge for both hydrology, hydrogeology, and hydropower generation. However, the use of the optimal algorithm for such transformation is critically impo... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Enrique Fernández Escalante, Catalin Stefan, Christopher J. Brown and Adam Hutchinson    
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Esteban Caligaris, Margherita Agostini and Rudy Rossetto    
Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR), the intentional recharge of aquifers, has surged worldwide in the last 60 years as one of the options to preserve and increase water resources availability. However, estimating the extent of the area impacted by the rechar... ver más
Revista: Hydrology    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Peter Dillon, Enrique Fernández Escalante, Sharon B. Megdal and Gudrun Massmann    
Managed aquifer recharge (MAR) is part of the palette of solutions to water shortage, water security, water quality decline, falling water tables, and endangered groundwater-dependent ecosystems. It can be the most economic, most benign, most resilient, ... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Girma Y Ebrahim, Jonathan F. Lautze and Karen G. Villholth    
Climatic variability and change result in unreliable and uncertain water availability and contribute to water insecurity in Africa, particularly in arid and semi-arid areas and where water storage infrastructure is limited. Managed aquifer recharge (MAR)... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Kristofer Hägg, Michael Cimbritz and Kenneth M. Persson    
Natural organic matter (NOM) is a growing concern for artificial recharge plants. In the future, it is predicted that warmer climates and more precipitation will cause higher NOM production in lakes and more NOM transport to lakes. This, coupled with inc... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Declan Page, Elise Bekele, Joanne Vanderzalm and Jatinder Sidhu    
To meet increasing urban water requirements in a sustainable way, there is a need to diversify future sources of supply and storage. However, to date, there has been a lag in the uptake of managed aquifer recharge (MAR) for diversifying water sources in ... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Maria T. Gibson, Michael E. Campana and Dave Nazy    
Developing aquifers as underground water supply reservoirs is an advantageous approach applicable to meeting water management objectives. Aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) is a direct injection and subsequent withdrawal technology that is used to increa... ver más
Revista: Hydrology    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Declan Page, Elise Bekele, Joanne Vanderzalm and Jatinder Sidhu    
To meet increasing urban water requirements in a sustainable way, there is a need to diversify future sources of supply and storage. However, to date, there has been a lag in the uptake of managed aquifer recharge (MAR) for diversifying water sources in ... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Majid Taie Semiromi and Davood Ghasemian    
Drawing a distinction between the suspended solid size and concentration impacts on physical clogging process in the Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) systems has been fraught with difficulties. Therefore, the current study was then aimed to statistically i... ver más
Revista: Hydrology    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Carmen Rupérez-Moreno, Julio Pérez-Sánchez, Javier Senent-Aparicio, Pilar Flores-Asenjo, Carmen Paz-Aparicio     Pág. 1 - 15
Droughts and climate change in regions with profitable irrigated agriculture will impact groundwater resources with associated direct and indirect impacts. In the integrated water resource management (IWRM), managed aquifer recharge (MAR) offers efficien... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Hyon Wook Ji, Sang-Il Lee     Pág. 1 - 15
Drinking water production facilities are designed to filter contaminants that are ever-present in raw water. These facilities, however, pose risks of tap water contamination or water supply discontinuation in the event of a massive chemical spill. A mana... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Nicolas Guyennon, Franco Salerno, Ivan Portoghese, Emanuele Romano     Pág. 1 - 18
Among different uses of freshwater, irrigation is the most impacting groundwater resource, leading to water table depletion and possible seawater intrusion. The unbalance between the availability of water resources and demand is currently exacerbated and... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Petri Jokela, Tapani Eskola, Timo Heinonen, Unto Tanttu, Jukka Tyrväinen and Aki Artimo    
The main objective of managed aquifer recharge (MAR) in Finland is the removal of natural organic matter (NOM) from surface waters. A typical MAR procedure consists of the infiltration of surface water into a Quaternary glaciofluvial esker with subsequen... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Karen E. Barry, Joanne L. Vanderzalm, Konrad Miotlinski and Peter J. Dillon    
Infiltration techniques for managed aquifer recharge (MAR), such as soil aquifer treatment (SAT) can facilitate low-cost water recycling and supplement groundwater resources. However there are still challenges in sustaining adequate infiltration rates in... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Karin Hellauer, Dorothea Mergel, Aki S. Ruhl, Josefine Filter, Uwe Hübner, Martin Jekel and Jörg E. Drewes    
Managed aquifer recharge (MAR) systems are an efficient barrier for many contaminants. The biotransformation of trace organic chemicals (TOrCs) strongly depends on the redox conditions as well as on the dissolved organic carbon availability. Oxic and oli... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

 
en línea
Jingjing Zhou, Wenjing Zhang, Dan Liu, Zhuo Wang and Shuo Li    
The transport and deposition of colloids in aquifers plays an important role in managed aquifer recharge (MAR) schemes. Here, the processes of colloidal silica transport and deposition were studied by displacing groundwater with recharge water. The resul... ver más
Revista: Water    Formato: Electrónico

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