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Rendiconti online della Società Geologica Italiana, 2016, vol. 39 fasc.1
Cod.SGI Articolo
48147 AA.-V.
Foreword pp. 3 - 3
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48148 ZHENG-C.
Will the World’s Largest Water Diversion Solve the Deepening Water Crisis of the North China Plain? pp. 8 - 8
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48149 ARIKAN-S., DOLGEN-D., ALPASLAN-M.N.
Investigation of arsenic treatment alternatives for rural remote areas pp. 10 - 10
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48150 CARON-D., VOUILLAMOZ-J., SAR-S., PETIBON-A., ARNOUT-L.
The mutual benefit of collaboration between scientists, farmers and developement actors : experience in rural area of Northern Cambodia pp. 11 - 11
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48151 CARTER-R.
Long live the humble handpump pp. 12 - 12
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48152 DONG-W., KANG-B., LIN-X.
The optimal allocation of agricultural water in the Henan Plains pp. 13 - 13
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48153 EQRAR-M.N.
The most problems of groundwater quality and quantity of Kabul city pp. 14 - 14
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48154 FUSSI-F., FUMAGALLI-L., BONOMI-T., KANE-C.H., NIANG-M., FAVA-F., DI MAURO-B., WADE-S., HAMIDOU-B., ROSSINI-M., COLOMBO-R.
Integration of stratigraphic data, pump test and geophysics for the analysis of shallow unconsolidated aquifers in West Africa and identification of suitable condition for manual drilling pp. 15 - 15
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48155 HILBERG-S., WENDT-L., ROBL-J., ROGENHOFER-E., LANG-S., FUREDER-P.
Hydrogeological remote sensing protocol to support drinking water supply in refugee/IDP camps pp. 16 - 16
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48156 KAMBINDA-W., BITTNER-A., WINKER-F., VAN WYK-A., NUUNYANGO-E.
Assessment of government funded water supply projects in rural areas of Namibia. Implications on strategies to improve the sustainable supply of safe drinking water to rural communities pp. 17 - 17
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48157 NICK-A., WOLF-L.
Hydrogeological criteria for sanitation siting - a checklist for non-hydrogeologists pp. 18 - 18
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48158 OGUNMOLA-F., BABATUNDE-S., CHARLSE-O.
Hydrogeologic significance of geoelectric soundings for evaluation of groundwater potential of Ota industrial areas, Ogun - State, Southwestern Nigeria pp. 19 - 19
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48159 PETRELLA-E., MOULOUD-Y.M., PELASSA-E., SIROCCHI-G., VENERI-G., PITTALIS-D., CELICO-F.
Problems related to the drinking water supply in refugee Saharawi camp: a first approach involving science, government, and civil society pp. 20 - 20
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48160 PITTALIS-D., PETRELLA-E., BUCCI-A., NACLERIO-G., CAMPARI-A., SORDELLA-S., CELICO-F., ZANINI-A., BOSCHETTI-T., TOSCANI-L.
Multidisciplinary investigations for a safe drinking water supply of poor villages, Southern Ethiopia pp. 21 - 21
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48161 QUINGER-M., LOHE-C., KULOBONE-N., IHEMBA-S.
Including groundwater resources protection into the IWRM principles in basin management in the Cuvelai- Etosha Basin (CEB), Namibia pp. 22 - 22
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48162 RE-V., TRINGALI-C., SICILIANO-G., ZOUARI-K.
Socio-Hydrogeology to address groundwater pollution in rural areas: the Bir-Al Nas approach in the Grombalia Basin (Tunisia) pp. 23 - 23
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48163 METCALF-M., ROBBINS-G., MARKLEY-L., THOMAS-M.
The Distribution and Potential Pathways for Arsenic Contamination in Drinking Water Wells of Lebanon, Connecticut, USA pp. 24 - 24
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48164 SCHAPERS-M.
A case study review of four projects in the Manguzi area, and the review of similarities and differences resulting from challenges faced and the potential redefinition of "sustainable" groundwater use pp. 25 - 25
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48165 LUN-S., VOUILLAMOZ-J.M., VALOIS-R., CARON-D., ARNOUT-L.
Can groundwater secure drinking water and supplementary irrigation in new settlements of North-West Cambodia? pp. 26 - 26
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48166 ZEKTSER-I.
Modern state and prospects of fresh groundwater use for drinking water supply of urban population in Russia pp. 27 - 27
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48167 ABD EL LATEEF-E., HALL-J., NEGM-M.
Effect of irrigation with secondary treated wastewater on groundwater contamination pp. 29 - 29
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48168 ANJA-B., FRANCK-L., NIKIEMA-J., SCHIRMER-M., JOHNSON-A.
Spatial distribution and prediction of groundwater arsenic contamination in Burkina Faso pp. 30 - 30
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48169 QUINODOZ-F.B., BLARASIN-M., CABRERA-A., ALBO-J.G., MATTEODA-E., MALDONADO-L.
Exploring water for human consumption in rural and urban areas in low suitable hydrogeological environments pp. 31 - 31
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48170 VESCHETTI-E., IANNACCIO-C., LUCENTINI-L., TARDELLA-V., FERRETTI-E.
Speciation of inorganic uranyl complexes in groundwater intended for human consumption by GFC/ICP-MS offline coupling pp. 32 - 32
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48171 GARCIA-AROSTEGUI-J.L., ALCALA-GARCIA-F., FERNANDEZ-MOLINA-P., TADDEI-D.
Using Cl/Br ratios to assess the causes of the presence of bromide in complex water systems with intensive agriculture (SE Spain) pp. 33 - 33
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48172 GBADEBO-A.M.
Hydrochemical and health- risk assessment of peri-urban groundwater supply from catchment to consumers in Gbonagun area of Abeokuta, Southern Western Nigeria pp. 34 - 34
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48173 HASSEN-I., AZAZA-F.H., BOUHLILA-R.
Evaluation of the groundwater quality with hydrochemical methods and multivariate analysis and its suitability for drinking and agriculture use in Plateau of Kasserine aquifer (Central Tunisia) pp. 35 - 35
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48174 KOLAWOLE-L.L., OKUNLOLA-I.
Hydrochemical characteristics of ground water of crystalline rock aquifers in humid tropical climate in part of Ilorin Sheet, Nigeria pp. 36 - 36
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48175 NAIK-P.
Solar energy based dual pump drinking water supply scheme for drinking water security pp. 37 - 37
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48176 PARRONE-D., PREZIOSI-E., TUCCIMEI-P., ROSSI-D., GHERGO-S.
Natural arsenic and fluoride co-contamination of groundwater in a regional volcanic-alluvial aquifer in Central Italy pp. 38 - 38
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48177 SANDHU-C., GRISCHEK-T., FEISTEL-U., FISCHER-S., GHOSH-N.C., PATWAL-P.S., KIMOTHI-P.C.
Pathways and mitigation of bacteriological contamination by floods to riverbank filtration wells in Uttarakhand, India pp. 39 - 39
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48178 WURL-M.S., DIRWELIS-S., SCHAFMEISTER-M.
Occurrence of toxic elements (As, U) in shallow groundwater of Mecklenburg- Vorpommern - an assessment by means of multivariate and compositional data analysis pp. 40 - 40
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48179 SCHUBERT-G., BERKA-R.
Radionuclides in groundwater and rocks in Austria - a recently published survey pp. 41 - 41
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48180 SCHWERDTFEGER-B., BOTTCHER-G., STEIN-K., VAN BERK-W.
Origine of high Uranium Concentrations in the Groundwater of North-East Germany pp. 42 - 42
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48181 BAIOCCHI-A., LOTTI-F., MAZZUOLI-M., PIACENTINI-S.M., PISCOPO-V., TAVIANI-S.
The problem of arsenic in drinking water of volcanic areas: hydrogeological knowledge as a prerequisite for sustainable choices pp. 43 - 43
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48182 LUCENTINI-L., VESCHETTI-E.
Italian guidelines on Water Safety Plan application to groundwater abstraction for drinking purposes pp. 44 - 44
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48183 WU-A.
Review on groundwater exploration for rural drinking water safety 2010-2014, China Geological Survey pp. 45 - 45
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48184 ABDELDAYEM-R., MOHAMMED-I.
The adverse impacts of iron overload in drinking water on liver pathology pp. 47 - 47
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48185 GIMENEZ-FORCADA-E., VEGA-ALEGRE-M.
Multi-Approach assessment of the distribution of arsenic and other potentially toxic elements in groundwater from a southern area of Duero Basin, Spain pp. 48 - 48
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48186 HAOUCHINE-A., BOUCHAREB-HAOUCHINE-F., METOUCHI-A., NEDJAI-R.
Cartography of the pollution risk for the aquifer of Sebaou (northern Algeria) pp. 49 - 49
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48187 SOLIS-O.N., FERREIRA-H.E.J., TRINIDAD-J.G., BENAVIDES-A.C., CAPETILLO-C.F.B.
Simultaneous study of the degree of contamination with arsenic and fluoride in a semiarid region of Mexico pp. 50 - 50
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48188 KO-K., HA-K., AHM-J.
Arsenic contamination and adsorptive removal technology of potable groundwater pp. 51 - 51
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48189 KRIVOHLAVEK-A., IVESIC-M., ZUNTAR-I., TOLIC-S., SIKIC-S., MUSIC-V.
Monitoring of antibiotics in surface water in Croatia pp. 52 - 52
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48190 SIKIC-S., KRIVOHLAVEK-A., VINKOVIC VRCEK-I., ZUNTAR-I., ULM-L.
Presence of nanoparticles in water and their impact on human health pp. 53 - 53
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48191 ODUKOYA-A.
Geochemical and quality assessment of groundwater in basement complex pp. 54 - 54
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48192 PORRECA-I., D’ANGELO-F., CARCHIA-E., CECCARELLI-M., GUADAGNO-F.M., ESPOSITO-L., MALLARDO-M., DE FELICE-M., AMBROSINO-C.
Cross-species toxicogenomic analyses and phenotypic anchoring in response to groundwater low-level pollution pp. 55 - 55
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48193 RODRIGUEZ-CASTILLO-R., MORALES-ARREDONDO-I.
Arsenic, fluorine and radon in groundwater of a low temperature aquifer system in Central Mexico. Risks and challenges pp. 56 - 56
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48194 VOUDOURIS-K., KAZAKIS-N., STRATIS-G.
Groundwater Quality in the wider area of Volos City, central Greece pp. 57 - 57
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48195 ZHU-A., CHEN-J.
Identification of the toxicity and health risk assessment of groundwater in the DabaoshanMine Region, South China pp. 58 - 58
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48196 GOLDSCHEIDER-N.
Novel experimental and modelling approaches for the characterisation of karst systems pp. 60 - 60
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48197 ADLER-P., DRYGAS-P., MITYUSHEV-V.
Resurgence flows in porous media pp. 62 - 62
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48198 BRENCIC-M.
Regional groundwater flow in karst pp. 63 - 63
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48199 BURS-D., RUDE-T.R., VON BULOW-R., KLITZSCH-N.
3D geological modelling of a folded karst aquifer and characterisation of its hydraulic permeability by using drinking water as a tracer pp. 64 - 64
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48200 CALLIGARIS-C., ZINI-L., SLEJKO-F.F., MEZGA-K., PISELLI-S.
The importance of geochemical and isotopical analyses in the groundwater flow dynamics: the Reka-Timavo aquifer system (Ita-Slo) pp. 65 - 65
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48201 CELIK-M., DENERI-A.H., CALLI-S.S.
Analysis of Pınarbaşı karst spring discharge; Central Taurus Belt, Seydişehir, Turkey pp. 66 - 66
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48202 CHARLIER-J., LADOUCHE-B., MOUSSA-R., DESPRATS-J.
Hydrogeological behaviour of a large karstic basin in the Jura Mountain: seeing springs and losses from stream flow modelling pp. 67 - 67
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48203 CHOLET-C., CHARLIER-J., STEINMANN-M., DENIMAL-S., MOUSSA-R.
Modeling transport processes in a karst system by comparing the physico-chemical response along the conduit network (French Jura Mountains) pp. 68 - 68
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48204 DEVOTI-R., ZULIANI-D., BRAITENBERG-C., FABRIS-P., GRILLO-B.
Hydrologically induced slope deformations detected by GPS and clinometric surveys in the Cansiglio Plateau, southern Alps pp. 69 - 69
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48205 DEWAIDE-L., POULAIN-A., HALLET-V.
Dual peaked breakthrough curves : from field data to solute transport modelling pp. 70 - 70
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48206 FILIPPINI-M., CASAGRANDE-G., FIORUCCI-A., GARGINI-A., GRILLO-B., RIVA-A., ROSSETTI-S., SQUARZONI-G., VIGNA-B., ZINI-L., DE WAELE-J.
Geological and hydrogeological investigations for the design of a multitracer test in a major karst aquifer (Cansiglio-Cavallo, Italian Alps) pp. 71 - 71
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48207 FIORILLO-F., ESPOSITO-L., TESTA-G., PAGNOZZI-M., CIARCIA-S.
The upwelling water flux which feeds karst springs pp. 72 - 72
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48208 VIGNA-B., FIORUCCI-A., PEANO-G., BANZATO-C.
Multidisciplinary study of an aquifer system in carbonate rocks (Bossea System - Piedmont, Italy) pp. 73 - 73
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48209 FRATTINI-P., BRAGONZI-G., CROSTA-G.B., BASIRICÒ-S., VILLA-A., REYES-F.P.
Hydrogeological characterization of a karst area for the design of a hydropower plant pp. 74 - 74
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48210 GIL-J.M., MUDARRA-M., ANDREO-B., LINARES-L., CARRASCO-F., ALMECIJA-C., BENAVENTE-HERRERA-J., DURAN-J.J., DE CISNEROS-C.J., PEREZ-I.V., RENDON-M.
Preliminary hydrogeological characterization of an evaporite karst area (province of Cordoba, South Spain) pp. 75 - 75
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48211 MCCORMACK-T., GILL-L., VOUILLAMOZ-J.
Modelling inception horizons and their influence on groundwater flow pathways in a karstic catchment pp. 76 - 76
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48212 GREEN-R., FRATESI-B., TOLL-N., BERTETTI-P., WINTERLE-J., MCGINNIS-R., CABEZA-Y., CARRERA-J.
Finite-Element Groundwater Flow Model of the Karstic Edwards Aquifer, Texas pp. 77 - 77
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48213 KADIC-A., JUKIC-D., DENIC-JUKIC-V.
Study of hydrological relations between two adjacent karst springs by means of time series analysis pp. 78 - 78
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48214 LANCIA -M., SAROLI-M., PETITTA-M.M., SAPIA-V., MARCHETTI-M., ALBANO-M., MUGNOZZA-G.S.
The hydrogeological setting of the Cassino plain (central Italy) pp. 79 - 79
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48215 LOPEZ-MALDONADO-Y., BATLLORI-SAMPREDRO-E.
The early identification of human drivers affecting groundwater resources: developing a material flow analysis of the geohydrological reserve zone in Yucatan, Mexico pp. 80 - 80
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48216 MANNA-F., NIMMO-J., ALLOCCA-V., DE VITA-P.
Multi-scale assessment of groundwater recharge in karst aquifers of southern Apennines (Italy) pp. 81 - 81
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48217 SINREICH-M., PRONK-M., POCHON-A., KOZEL-R.
Spatial and temporal variability of groundwater cell density at different scales pp. 82 - 82
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48218 TOTH-A., MADL-SZONYI-J.
Groundwater flow and temperature field simulations in the unconfined carbonate system of the Transdanubian Range, Hungary pp. 83 - 83
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48219 WILLEMS-T.
A new hybrid approach for modelling groundwater flow in karst aquifers pp. 84 - 84
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48220 ZHANG-L.
Geochemical behavior of arsenic in the karst ground river pp. 85 - 85
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48221 AGOSTINI-L., GALGARO-A., DOVERI-M., LELLI-M., MICHETTI-A.M.M., LIVIO-F., TERRANA-S., VISINTAINER-P., PAOLI-M., SANTULIANA-E., COCCO-S., FIACCAVENTO-P.
The thermal water of the Verona area, North-East Italy pp. 87 - 87
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48222 MUNGAN-G.G., FLLLZ-F.G., BABA-A.
Geochemical and radionuclide profile of Gülbahçe Geothermal Region, Izmir City, Turkey pp. 88 - 88
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48223 BALDERER-W., FIDANI-C., LEUENBERGER-F.
Possible influence of the Modena M 6.0 earthquake of May 20, 2012 on the fluorescence spectra of groundwater within the affected areas revealed by measurements on Bottled Mineral Water pp. 89 - 89
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48224 BONOTTO-D.M.
Hydrochemical composition of natural mineral waters in southern Brazil pp. 90 - 90
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48225 BOUCHAREB-HAOUCHINE-F., HAOUCHINE-A., NEDJAI-R., BELHAI-M.
Thermal springs of Northern Algeria: Hydrogeochemical characterizations pp. 91 - 91
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48227 CARREIRA-P.M., MARQUES-J.M., ROCHA-C., NUNES-D., NEVES-O.
Isotopic signatures of hyperalkaline mineral waters as a tool to update underground flow paths (Cabeço de Vide - SE Portugal) pp. 92 - 92
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48228 CORNIELLO-A., DUCCI-D., IORIO-M., RUGGIERI-G.
Groundwater and geothermal resources: how evaluate the most suitable area for exploitation? The case of Mt. Massico (southern Italy) pp. 93 - 93
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48229 FORIZS-I., DEAK-J.
Isotope hydrogeochemical study of three aquifers used for mineral water bottling in a recharge area, Hungary pp. 94 - 94
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48230 GBADEBO-A.M.
Hydrogeochemistry and balneological potential of Ikosi warm spring, Southwestern Nigeria pp. 95 - 95
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48231 HALAJ-E.
Characterization of thermal waters and geothermal conditions in the Liassic formations of the Mogilno - Lodz Trough, Poland and their sustainable usability prospects pp. 96 - 96
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48232 POROWSKI-A., KACZOR-KURZAWA-D., WYSOCKA-I., DRZEWICZ-P., KUTYLA-OLESIUK-A.
REE distribution in mineral waters of the Krynica Spa, Polish Outer Carpathians: implication for water-rock interaction and mixing processes pp. 97 - 97
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48233 LACHASSAGNE-P., DEWANDEL-B., BAILLY-COMTE-V., COUEFFE-R., LADOUCHE-B., LANINI-S., MARECHAL-J., WYNS-R.
Impact of deep fractures and ancient weathering profiles on compartmentation and functioning of hard rock sparkling natural mineral water hydrosystems. Case study of the Saint-Galmier, France, spring pp. 98 - 98
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48234 SAROLI-M., CASALE-A., LANCIA -M., GIOVINCO-G., ALBANO-M., PETITA-M., SAPIA-V., MARCHETTI-M., ZARLENGA-F., DELL’ISOLA-M.
Hydrogeological study of the Suio-Castelforte hydrothermal area (central Italy) pp. 99 - 99
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48235 LIPIEC-I., WIKTOROWICZ-B.
Hydrogeochemical characteristics of sulphurous waters in the Ponidzie region pp. 100 - 100
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48236 LOTTI-F., BAIOCCHI-A., PISCOPO-V., SUMMA-G.
Occurrence, management and protection of mineral and thermal waters in some volcanic areas of Italy pp. 101 - 101
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48237 MARQUES-J.M., CARREIRA-P.M.
Assessment of mineral and thermal groundwater systems: the "eyes" of Geosciences pp. 102 - 102
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48238 PENNISI-M., CORTECCI-G., MAGRO-G., GHERARDI-F., ANTONIAZZI-A.
Hydrogeochemistry of Castrocaro mineral groundwater (Northern Apennines, Italy): insights from aqueous geochemistry and isotopic composition of sulphate and sulphide pp. 103 - 103
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48239 POLA-M., PICCININI-L., CALVIOLA-G., ZAMPIERI-D., FABBRI-P.
From conceptual to numerical model: the example of the Euganean Geothermal System (NE, Italy) pp. 104 - 104
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48240 MORALES-ARREDONDO-I., RODRIGUEZ-CASTILLO-R.
Origin of As and F in a low temperature geothermal system in Mexico pp. 105 - 105
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48241 IMPERATO-M., DADÀ-G., NAIMO-D., OSTER-H., PAOLUCCI-V., SACCHI-E.
Hydrogeological and hydrochemical features of a hyghly valuable mineral water basin: Ferrarelle, Southern Italy pp. 106 - 106
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48242 SHUGG-A.
Recognition of Local and Regional Fissure based Cold Carbonated Mineral Water Flow Systems taking into account the Legacy of Hard Rock Gold Mining pp. 107 - 107
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48243 CUOCO-E., PAOLUCCI-V., VASELLI-O., POREDA-R.J., TEDESCO-D.
Groundwater dynamic equilibrium in the ferrarelle multi-layer aquifer systems. Evidences from fluids geochemistry pp. 108 - 108
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48244 VINOGRAD-N.
Evolution of the ideas on mineral water genesis of Staraya Russa spa, Northwestern Russia pp. 109 - 109
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48245 WACHOWICZ-PYZIK-A.
Characteristics of hydrogeochemical parameters of thermal water from Stargard GT- 2 borehole pp. 110 - 110
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48246 WALTER-J., CHESNAUX-R., CLOUTIER-V., GABOURY-D.
Groundwater evolution trends and natural salinization processes in Canadian Shield rocks and Pleistocene deposit aquifers systems pp. 111 - 111
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48247 WIKTOROWICZ-B.
Hydrogeochemistry of carbonated waters of Kłodzko region pp. 112 - 112
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48248 YANG-F., PANG-Z., DUAN-Z., LI-Y.
Potential of CO2-enhanced aquifer thermal energy recovery: a case study of the Guantao sandstone formation, Tianjin, China pp. 113 - 113
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48249 BERTOLO-R.A., PINO-D., LIMA-P.L., PARKER-B., HIRATA-R., FERNANDES-A.
Application of DFN approach for characterizing a fractured crystalline rock aquifer at a tropical region in São Paulo, Brazil pp. 115 - 115
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48250 BRUTHANS-J., SOUKUP-J., VACULIKOVA-J., RIHOSEK-J., MAYO-A.
Emergence of highly-permeable conduits in fracture zone: surprising role of gravityinduced stress pp. 116 - 116
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48251 CASTRO-M.C., NIU-Y., WARRIER-R., HALL-C., GINGERICH-S., SCHOLL-M.
Noble Gas Signatures on the Island of Maui, Hawaii - Developing a New Noble Gas Application in Hydrologic Fractured Systems pp. 117 - 117
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48252 CHESNAUX-R., RICHARD-S.K., ROULEAU-A.
Consequences of a defective seal into a bedrock aquifer: field site example and numerical study pp. 118 - 118
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48253 DEIANA-M., CORSINI-A., MUSSI-M., CICCARESE-G., GIUSTI-R., RONCHETTI-F.
Monitoring and characterization of a spring in a fractured sandstone slab pp. 119 - 119
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48254 DEMATTEIS-A.
Methodological approach to evaluate water and heat flow within a deep tunnel pp. 120 - 120
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48255 HILBERG-S.
Calcite saturation and CO2-partial pressure as natural tracers in mountainous aquifers pp. 121 - 121
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48256 IBTISSAM-C.
Characterization of hydrogeological functioning of the western part of the Haouz plain of Marrakech using electrical tomography (Western Morrocco) pp. 122 - 122
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48257 LABRACA-T.I., DOMINGUEZ -C., VIOLETTE-S., VILLACIS-M.
Volcanic island evolution and their implications for the groundwater conceptual model development in San Cristóbal (Galápagos) pp. 123 - 123
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48258 KAJANTO-K.
Groundwater model of the area surrounding the Loviisa low and intermediate level waste repository pp. 124 - 124
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48259 KIM-M.
Study on variability of 238U and 222Rn concentrations in groundwater over time, South Korea pp. 125 - 125
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48260 KUKEMILKS-K., SAKS-T., PERROCHET-P., BRUNNER-P.
The influence of macropore flow on hillslope stability pp. 126 - 126
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48261 LACHASSAGNE-P., DEWANDEL-B., WYNS-R.
The hydrogeological conceptual model of hard rock aquifers and its practical applications pp. 127 - 127
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48262 MADL-SZONYI-J., CZAUNER-B., EROSS-A., SIMON-S., PULAY-E., BALAZS-L., TOTH-A., BODOR-P., BONCZ-L., SOREG-V.
Basin scale fluid dynamics and its effect on deep porosity enlargement and regional migration pathways in confined carbonate range of the Paleogene Basin, Hungary pp. 128 - 128
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48263 MALDANER-C.
Detecting and quantifying groundwater fluxes at depth discrete fractures using active distributed temperature sensing (DTS) in sealed boreholes pp. 129 - 129
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48264 MEDICI-G.
Inferred fluid flow behaviour in a red-bed fractured aquifer: St Bees Sandstone Formation, UK pp. 130 - 130
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48265 MEYER-J.R., PARKER-B., CHERRY-J.A.
High Resolution Head and Vertical Gradient Profiles: Providing Fundamental Insights for Sedimentary Rock Flow Systems pp. 131 - 131
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48266 PARIZEK-R.R.
The Pennsylvania State University Sustainability Model pp. 132 - 132
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48267 PARLOV-J., BRALIC-N., HRZENJAK-P., TERZIC-J.
Comparison of the hydraulic conductivities calculated from pumping tests and properties of discontinuities in the middle Eocene flysch basin, exploitation field Sv. Juraj-Sv. Kajo, Croatia pp. 133 - 133
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48268 PARTSINEVELOU-A., STOURNARAS-G.
Groundwater potential zones and study of the groundwater flow regime in hard rock terrains using new technologies. A case study from Naxos Island, Greece pp. 134 - 134
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48269 DRAGICEVIC-I., VLAHOVIC-T., SIRAC-S., PAVICIC-I.
Identifying new groundwater reserves in central and northern Istria outside the area of influence on major springs pp. 135 - 135
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48290 PEHME-P., PARKER-B., CHERRY-J.A.
Advanced Thermal Logging Techniques and Improved Characterization of Flow through Fractured Rock pp. 136 - 136
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48291 PISCOPO-V., BAIOCCHI-A., LOTTI-F.
Occurrence and flow of groundwater in crystalline rocks of Sardinia and Calabria (Italy): an overview of current knowledge pp. 137 - 137
[Acquista]
48292 POULIARIS-C., KARALEMAS-N., APOSTOLOPOULOS-G., FOGLIA-L., KALLIORAS-A., SCHUTH-C., PERDIKAKI-M.
Characterization of a coastal karstic system in the Mediterranean region pp. 138 - 138
[Acquista]
48293 QUINN-P.M., PARKER-B., CHERRY-J.A.
Using Blended Head Concepts to Enhance Packer Testing Results in Fractured Rock Boreholes pp. 139 - 139
[Acquista]
48294 SAUTER-M.
Scale dependence of hydraulic parameters in fractured and carbonate aquifers - the eternal story pp. 140 - 140
[Acquista]
48295 SEGADELLI-S., VESCOVI-P., CHELLI-A., BOSCHETTI-T., TOSCANI-L., BUCCI-A., NACLERIO-G., GARGINI-A., CELICO-F.
Hydrogeological behavior of peridotite aquifers: the example of M. Prinzera (northern Apennines, Italy) pp. 141 - 141
[Acquista]
48296 TIJANI-M., AKANBI-O.
Hydraulic characterization and recharge potential of weathered basement aquifers of Ibarapa area, Southwestern Nigeria pp. 142 - 142
[Acquista]
48297 WILLMANN-M., TYUKHOVA-A.
Upscaling fracture-matrix transport in a 3D sedimentary aquifer pp. 143 - 143
[Acquista]
48298 ROZIC-P.Z., CAR-J., ROZIC-B.
Influence of geological structure on speleogenesis and hydrogeology of Kačna Cave (Karst area, SW Slovenia) pp. 144 - 144
[Acquista]
48299 APPOLD-M., JOSHI-A.
Solitary porosity waves: a mechanism for enhanced fluid transport in overpressured aquitards in sedimentary basins pp. 146 - 146
[Acquista]
48300 CHAPMAN-S., CHERRY-J.A., PARKER-B., MORAN-S.
Integrity of a surficial clayey aquitard containing large DNAPL mass overlying a regional aquifer pp. 147 - 147
[Acquista]
48301 CHEN-J., HUNT-N.
The Effect of Glaciation on Groundwater Flow and Radionuclide Transport for a Deep Geologic Repository in a Sedimentary Rock Setting pp. 148 - 148
[Acquista]
48302 GRIFFIOEN-J., KOENEN-M., MEEUSEEN-H.
Conceptual hydrogeological and geochemical model analysis of the long-term evolution of the Dutch Boom Clay as candidate host rock for disposal of radioactive waste pp. 149 - 149
[Acquista]
48303 HENDRY-M.J., SCHMELING-E., BARBOUR-S.L., HARRINGTON-G.A., WASSENAAR-L.I.
Application of High-Resolution Profiles of Naturally-occurring Tracers to Defining the Hydrogeology of Thick Cretaceous Shales across the Williston Basin, Canada pp. 150 - 150
[Acquista]
48304 HENDRY-M.J., SCHMELING-E., BARBOUR-S.L., HUANG-M., DUBORD-M.
Distribution, Origin, Fate, and Transport of Natural Gases in Cretaceous Shale: Williston Basin, Canada pp. 151 - 151
[Acquista]
48305 HOLT-R.
Trapped and Compressed Gasses within Dockum Group Mudrocks at the Waste Control Specialists Site, West Texas, USA pp. 152 - 152
[Acquista]
48306 MAZUREK-M., OYAMA-T., WERSIN-P., ALT-EPPING-P.
Pore-water chemistry in shales obtained by rock squeezing pp. 153 - 153
[Acquista]
48307 CASTRO-K.P., GARZON-L.D.D., ALCALA-E.C.
Evaluation of the changes in hydraulic properties in a deep geological formation under injection of wastewater of oil and gas production pp. 154 - 154
[Acquista]
48308 PINTADO-X., RAUTIOAHO-E.
TH Evolution of a Full-Scale Repository Test and Inflow Characterization in ONKALO pp. 155 - 155
[Acquista]
48309 SMITH-L., HENDRY-M.J., BARBOUR-S.L.
An alternative method to determine in situ hydraulic conductivity of claystone aquitards using pore pressure responses from grouted-in pressure transducers pp. 156 - 156
[Acquista]
48310 TIMMS-W., CRANE-R., MCGEENEY-D.
Reactive solute transport through a clayey aquitard - years of flow tested within weeks by accelerated gravity technology pp. 157 - 157
[Acquista]
48311 BANZATO-F., ESPOSITO-C., PETITTA-M.M., PIZZARELLI-P., RUSI-S.
Rock Avalanche deposits enhancing surface water/groundwater interaction at the boundaries of a fractured carbonate aquifer (Maiella mountain, central Italy) pp. 159 - 159
[Acquista]
48312 BRESCIANI-E., BATELAAN-O.
Key controls on water table outcrops and groundwater discharge pp. 160 - 160
[Acquista]
48313 BODOR-P., EROSS-A., MADL-SZONYI-J., KOVACS-J.
Characterization of temporal changes of discharge at Rózsadomb area, Buda Thermal Karst, Hungary pp. 161 - 161
[Acquista]
48314 CARRILLO-RIVERA-J.J., BENAVIDES-A.C., OUYSSE-S.
Groundwater flow systems definition and the control of deteriorating water quality extracted by boreholes pp. 162 - 162
[Acquista]
48315 FUMITA-R., KASHIWAYA-K., KOIKE-K., TADA-Y., SHIN-K., TANIGUCHI-M., NAKANO-T.
Estimation of groundwater flow regime in northeast Kyoto basin by numerical simulation pp. 163 - 163
[Acquista]
48316 JIANG-X., WANG-H., WAN-L., HAN-G., GUO-H.
Hydrogeochemical Characterization of Groundwater Flow Systems in the Discharge Area of a River Basin pp. 164 - 164
[Acquista]
48317 JIN-M., LIANG-X.
Implications of groundwater recharge in different locations of groundwater flow systems pp. 165 - 165
[Acquista]
48318 LUCIANETTI-G., MAZZA-R., MASTRORILLO-L., SELMO-E., CELICO-F.
Defining spring recharge areas in a fractured aquifer based on a multidisciplinary approach (Pale di San Martino, Italy) pp. 166 - 166
[Acquista]
48319 MADL-SZONYI-J., BORSODI-A.K., MAKK-J., BODOR-P., DOBOSY-P., FREILER-A., ZARAY-G., SURBECK-H., HORVATH-A., PALESU-L.
Interaction of fluids and biogeochemical precipitates at the discharge region of thermal springs of carbonates pp. 167 - 167
[Acquista]
48320 MALIK-P.
Distribution and spatial characteristics of natural groundwater outlets in Slovakia (Central Europe) pp. 168 - 168
[Acquista]
48321 RIVERA-A., TEMGOUA-A.G.T.
National-scale groundwater flow systems: development of a hydrogeological framework to classify and assess nested-scale aquifers in Canada pp. 169 - 169
[Acquista]
48322 TAYLOR-R.
Assessing the resilience of groundwater use at low latitudes: interrogating evidence from groundwater discharge observations pp. 170 - 170
[Acquista]
48323 WANG-J.
Groundwater in discharge area as a useful tool for understanding recharge processes on different scale, a case study in Jinan, China pp. 171 - 171
[Acquista]
48324 AMANZIO-G., DE MAIO-M., MARCHIONATTI-F., LAVY-M.
A frequency and time domain approach to analyze springs monitoring data: application on porous and shallow aquifers in mountain areas (Aosta Valley) pp. 173 - 173
[Acquista]
48325 ARREY-I.A., MAKUNGO-R., ODIYO-J.
Estimation of groundwater recharge by infiltration in the vadose zone: a case study in Siloam Village, South Africa pp. 174 - 174
[Acquista]
48326 DE SIMONE-S., CARRERA-J.
A deep analysis of the processes that may induce seismicity during and after fluid injection into deep reservoirs pp. 175 - 175
[Acquista]
48327 DI MATTEO-L., SRIDHARAN-A.
Effect of pore medium chemistry (e.g. bioethanol fluids) on permeability and on basic geotechnical properties of clay materials pp. 176 - 176
[Acquista]
48328 BALASSONE-G., FABBROCINO-S., RICCIARDI-A., SANTANGELO-N., SANTO-A.
Relationship between karst collapse sinkholes and groundwater mineralization processes in Southern Apennines (Italy) pp. 177 - 177
[Acquista]
48329 CHRISPIM-Z., FRAGA-F., ALVES-M.D., MELO-T.
Hydrochemical characterization of the fluvial-deltaic shallow aquifer of the north region of the Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil pp. 178 - 178
[Acquista]
48330 CHRISPIM-Z., FRAGA-F., ALVES-M.D., MELO-T.
Characterization hydrochemistry of water aquifer free region North of Rio de Janeiro state / Brazil pp. 179 - 179
[Acquista]
48331 GIACOPETTI-M., MATERAZZI-M., POSAVEC-K., PAMBIANCHI-G.
Application of the master recession curve method to the study of some mountain springs in the Tennacola stream catchment (central Apennine, Italy) pp. 180 - 180
[Acquista]
48332 EBERMANN-J., LAURISCH-J., KUHNE-M., GRISCHEK-T.
Laboratory Experiments on Chemical Well Rehabilitation pp. 181 - 181
[Acquista]
48333 HSU-S., WEN-H., CHEN-N., LIN-Y., HUANG-C.
Recession curve analysis in fractured rock media pp. 182 - 182
[Acquista]
48334 HUANG-T., PANG-Z., EDMUNDS-W.
How much information can soil solute profiles get about groundwater recharge in a rain-fed agricultural area? pp. 183 - 183
[Acquista]
48335 LEMAIRE-B., BELLOT-J., ALOURAN-S.
Enhancing sustainable groundwater management in an arid area by the application of real-time and high temporal monitoring schemes (AWSA wellfield in Azraq, Jordan) pp. 184 - 184
[Acquista]
48336 NAVA-A., MANZIONE-R.L.
Water table response in the Bauru aquifer system from precipitation and evapotranspiration under different (agricultural and forest) land uses pp. 185 - 185
[Acquista]
48337 LOHE-C., QUINGER-M.
Identification of potential recharge areas using a multi-method approach. The multilayered Ohangwena Aquifer System, Cuvelai-Etosha Basin, Namibia-Angola pp. 186 - 186
[Acquista]
48338 GONZALEZ-HITA-L., MEJIA-GONZALEZ-M.
Use of pumped water of a mine to provide drinking water pp. 187 - 187
[Acquista]
48339 MELIKADZE-G.
Evaluation of recharge origin of groundwater in aquifers in the East Georgia, using hydrochemical and isotope approaches pp. 188 - 188
[Acquista]
48340 BARBEIRO-M.D., BILLI-A., DEVOTI-R., DOGLIONI-C., LACCHINI-A., MARINELLI-V., PETITTA-M.M., RIGUZZI-F., ARAVENA-R.
Hydrogeological monitoring to assess possibly pre-seismic correlations of groundwater changes with seismic activity in central Italy pp. 189 - 189
[Acquista]
48341 DRAGONI-W., PIACENTINI -S.M.
Discharge of springs during periods without recharge: some considerations resulting from an investigation using numerical experiments and actual data pp. 190 - 190
[Acquista]
48342 TORKAR-A., BRENCIC-M., ZAJC-M., ATANACKOV-J., VRECA-P.
Conceptual hydrogeological model for spring system recharge: case study from NW Slovenia pp. 191 - 191
[Acquista]
48343 VASSOLO-S., SEEBER-K., WILCZOK-C., DAIRA-D., HAMIT-A.
Traces of the different levels of palaeo Lake Chad on groundwater resources pp. 192 - 192
[Acquista]
48344 DE MARSILY-G.
Green water, blue water, groundwater: can we use them conjunctively in a sustainable way? pp. 194 - 194
[Acquista]
48345 BACANI-A.
Hydrogeological characteristics and protection zones of Osekovo wellfield pp. 196 - 196
[Acquista]
48346 BANKS-D., ABRAR-N., ANWARY-A.J., EQRAR-M.N., JAMALUDDIN-S., JAWID-A., POYA-E.A., SAFFI-M.H., SAFI-M.A.
A conceptual model and hydrogeological atlas for sustainable groundwater management in Faryab, northern Afghanistan pp. 197 - 197
[Acquista]
48347 DUMONT-A.
Groundwater mining, fossil groundwater, and non-sustainable use: a need for clarification pp. 198 - 198
[Acquista]
48348 FABBRI-P., POLA-M., PICCININI-L.
The artificial potentiometric level in the Euganean Geothermal Field (NE, Italy): can we hypothesize a natural potentiometric level? pp. 199 - 199
[Acquista]
48349 GAFA-R.M., CONTE-G., DI MANNA-P., MARTARELLI-L., MONTI-G.M., PISCOPO-V.
Sustainable yield of the carbonate aquifer of Lepini Mountains (central Italy) pp. 200 - 200
[Acquista]
48350 GONCALVES-R.D., CHANG-H.K., ENGELBRECHT-B.Z., TERAMOTO-E.H., STOLLBERG-R., SILVA-F.P.E.
Contribution of Urucuia Aquifer System towards sustainable development of the semiarid region of Brazil pp. 201 - 201
[Acquista]
48351 HAMMAMI-E., TARHOUNI-J.
Instance of groundwater pumping management at semiarid conditions at Nadhour Saouaf Sisseb El Alem (central Tunisia) pp. 202 - 202
[Acquista]
48352 KARIMOVA-O.
Peculiarities of stream underflow forming and its role in water balance of some regions of Russian Federation pp. 203 - 203
[Acquista]
48353 KRIENEN-L., RUDE-T.R., BENAVIDES-A.C., TRINIDAD-J.G.
Understanding deep groundwater flow systems to contribute to a sustainable water resource in the Mexican Altiplano pp. 204 - 204
[Acquista]
48354 NARANY-T.S., FAKHARIAN-K., RAMLI-M.F.
Optimization of Groundwater Monitoring Network for a sustainable development of the Amol-Babol Plain, Iran pp. 205 - 205
[Acquista]
48355 TAVIANI-S., CHIODI-A., INVERNIZZI-C., ALDEGA-L., BAEZ-W., BECCHIO-R.A., CARICCHI-C., DE BENEDETTI-A., FILIPOVICH-R.
Preliminary hydrogeological conceptual model of the Tocomar geothermal system (Puna, Argentina) pp. 206 - 206
[Acquista]
48356 VASSOLO-S., TIBERGHIEN-C., NAHIMANA-N., BARANYIKWA-D.
Estimation of groundwater potential of a local aquifer in Burundi pp. 207 - 207
[Acquista]
48357 MAZZA-R., PIETROSANTE-A., TAVIANI-S., VIAROLI-S., PAOLUCCI-V.
"Ferrarelle" natural mineral water system (Riardo plain - Italy): a multidisciplinary approach in support of groundwater budget calculation pp. 208 - 208
[Acquista]
48358 VONHOGEN-PEETERS-L., VAN BAAREN-E., DE LANGE-G., BIRONNE-TAISNE-A., LEE-W.K., SAHA-A., OON-S.
Jurong Island Groundwater Modelling and Risk Assessment Study pp. 209 - 209
[Acquista]
48359 ALBERTI-L., CANTONE-M., COLOMBO-L., OBERTO-G., CASTELLETTI-A.
Flow modelling of Ticino-Adda basin for prediction of groundwater levels in climate change scenarios pp. 211 - 211
[Acquista]
48360 BAYER-P., MENBERG-K., KURYLYK-B.L., BLUM-P.
Thermal footprints of global warming in near-surface aquifers pp. 212 - 212
[Acquista]
48361 WALLACE-L., SUNDARAM-B., MARSHALL-S., BRODIE-R.S.
Constraints on groundwater availability in East Timor: Geochemical investigation of groundwater residence times and flow paths pp. 213 - 213
[Acquista]
48362 CURK-B.C., VRHOVNIK-P., VERBOVSEK-T., DIMKIC-D., MARJANOVIC-P., TAHY-A., SIMONFFY-Z., CORSINI-A., NISTOR-M.M., CHEVAL-S., HERNEGGER-M., NACHTNEBEL-H.P.
Vulnerability of Water Resources to Climate Change in South-East Europe pp. 214 - 214
[Acquista]
48363 D’ORIA-M., FERRARESI-M., MOLINI-P., TANDA-M.G.
Exploring trends in climate variables and implications on the groundwater system in Northern Tuscany (Italy) pp. 215 - 215
[Acquista]
48364 CHIAUDANI-A., DI CURZIO-D., PALMUCCI-W., POLEMIO-M., RUSI-S.
Surface-water/groundwater relationships using long time series statistical analysis pp. 216 - 216
[Acquista]
48365 DOGLIONI-A., SIMEONE-V.
Data-driven modeling of the dynamic response of a shallow porous aquifer pp. 217 - 217
[Acquista]
48366 EQRAR-M.N.
Water Resources of Afghanistan and it's climate change impact pp. 218 - 218
[Acquista]
48367 AMMAR-S.B., FAVREAU-G., LEDUC-C., TAUPIN-J.
Long term changes in groundwater storage in Tunisia: a comparison of two aquifers under different climatic conditions pp. 219 - 219
[Acquista]
48368 ESCALANTE-E.F., SAUTO-J.S.S., LEACHE-I.P.
Special Groundwater Management Techniques to Palliate Climate Change Adverse Effect. Some Practical Propositions for Extreme Water Related Events pp. 220 - 220
[Acquista]
48369 GARCIA-AROSTEGUI-J.L., MOLINA-J., PULIDO-VELAZQUEZ-D., PULIDO-VELAZQUEZ-M.
Long term future impacts of climate change on groundwater recharge and aquifer state. The case of Serral-Salinas aquifer (Spain) pp. 221 - 221
[Acquista]
48370 GERONIA-M.C., DAVID-C.P.
The State of Water Resources in the Philippines: Impacts of Climate Change pp. 222 - 222
[Acquista]
48371 GOMEZ-GOMEZ-J.D., PULIDO-VELAZQUEZ-D., SENENTAPARICIO-J., PEREZ-SANCHEZ-J., JIMENO-SAEZ-P., SEGURA-MENDEZ-F.J., COLLADOS LARA-A.J.
Integrated analysis of climate change impacts and adaptation strategies by a conjunctive use model of the Vega Media-Baja system (Segura Basin, SE Spain) pp. 223 - 223
[Acquista]
48372 HAKOUN-V., GESELS-J., JURADO-A., TSENG-J., PETROVIC-S., DASSARGUES-A., BORGES-A.V., BROUYERE-S.
Regional occurence of greenhouses gases in groundwater: Initial results in shallow Belgian aquifers pp. 224 - 224
[Acquista]
48373 HUMKELER-D.
Mountain aquifers as a source of water for low lands in the context of climate change pp. 225 - 225
[Acquista]
48374 KOVACS-A., TOTH-G., SZOCS-T., MARTON-A.
Assessment of climate change impact on shallow groundwater conditions in Hungary pp. 226 - 226
[Acquista]
48375 LAVY-M., AMANZIO-G., CREPALDI-S., DE MAIO-M.
Terrestrial Laser Scanner acquisition for snow depth and groundwater recharge quantification in an Alpine basin pp. 227 - 227
[Acquista]
48376 LI-J., LIANG-X., JIN-M., XIAO-G., HE-J.
Geochemistry of clayey aquitard pore water as archive of paleo-environment, Western Bohai Bay pp. 228 - 228
[Acquista]
48377 MENICHINI-M., DOVERI-M., EL MANSUORI-B., EL MEZOUARY-L., LELLI-M., RACO-B., SCOZZARI-A.
Groundwater flow controlled by rivers and implications with future climate scenarios: a predictive modelling for the Magra Valley aquifer (South-East Liguria, Italy) pp. 229 - 229
[Acquista]
48378 MIYAKOSHI-A., HAYASHI-T., KAWAI-M., KAWASHIMA-S., KOKUBUN-K., HAMAMOTO-H., HACHINOHE-S.
Evaluation of subsurface warming due to urbanization for sustainable management of urban groundwater resource in the Tokyo metropolitan area, Japan pp. 230 - 230
[Acquista]
48379 NAZOUMOU-Y., FAVREAU-G., BABAYE-M.S.A., GONI-I.
Climate variability, land use and groundwater storage changes in a large sedimentary aquifer of the Sahel region (Iullemmeden Basin, Niger) pp. 231 - 231
[Acquista]
48380 ORVOMAA-M.
Adaptation measures for securing good quality and quantity in Finnish groundwater resources pp. 232 - 232
[Acquista]
48381 OWOR-M., TAYLOR-R., TINDIMUGAYA-C., PULE-J.
Quantifying groundwater recharge in deeply weathered crystalline rocks in the Upper Nile Basin: evidence from observations and modelling pp. 233 - 233
[Acquista]
48382 PARKER-T.
Capitalizing on Climate Crisis to Change to Sustainable Groundwater Management in California pp. 234 - 234
[Acquista]
48383 RACHID-G., EL-FADEL-M., NAJM-M.A., DOUMMAR-J., ALAMEDDINE-I.
Impact of extreme climatic factors on saltwater intrusion dynamics in coastal aquifers pp. 235 - 235
[Acquista]
48384 SCANLON-B.R., LONG-D., ZHANG-Z., REEDY-R.C., SAVE-H., LONGUEVERGNE-L., CROSBIE-R.
Use of GRACE Satellite Data to Assess Impacts of Climate Extremes on Water Resources pp. 236 - 236
[Acquista]
48385 TAYLOR-R.
Observed changes in groundwater storage across Africa pp. 237 - 237
[Acquista]
48386 KOUSSOUBE-Y., YAMEOGO-OUANDAOGO-S., TAYLOR-R., FAVREAU-G.
Climate variability and groundwater storage in a weathered crystalline rock aquifer: evidence from long-term monitoring in the Soudanian area of Burkina Faso pp. 238 - 238
[Acquista]
48387 VODOUMON-S.T., TAYLOR-R., AMOUSSOU-E., ALASSANE-A., BOUKARI-M.
Climate variability and groundwater abstraction linked recharge variation and saltwater intrusion risk in the coastal hydrogeological basin of Benin (West Africa) pp. 239 - 239
[Acquista]
48388 VALIGI-D., CAMBI-C., DI MATTEO-L., ROSSI-M.
Climatic tendencies on the Trasimeno lake area and effects on the lake system pp. 240 - 240
[Acquista]
48389 ZAREI-H., HOSSEINIZADEH-A., ALI-A.M.A., KABOLI-H.S.
Potential impacts of climate change on groundwater resources, considering uncertainty sources (case study: Dezful - Andimeshk plain) pp. 241 - 241
[Acquista]
48390 DAMS-J., VAN KEER-I., JORIS-I., PATYN-J., VANDENBOHEDE-A., SIX-S., BRONDER-J., SEUNTJENS-P., DIEZ-T.
A modelling approach to assess the recovery and geochemical efficiency of ASR, a case study in Flanders pp. 243 - 243
[Acquista]
48391 DILLON-P., VANDERZALM-J., GONZALEZ-D., SIMMONS-C., MEGDAL-S., LAWRIE-K., HENLEY-M., ALMEIDA-R.
Food and water banking, water insurance, and managed aquifer recharge; towards maximising utility of aquifers in populating areas with changing climate pp. 244 - 244
[Acquista]
48392 ESCALANTE-E.F.
Technical solutions to improve the effectiveness of managed aquifer recharge (MAR) facilities, based on soil and aquifer treatment (SAT) techniques. Some examples of successful enhancement pp. 245 - 245
[Acquista]
48393 HA-K., KIM-Y., YOOM-H., KOH-D., MOON-S., LEE-E., LEE-S.
Development of aquifer artificial recharge system for securing groundwater resources, Korea pp. 246 - 246
[Acquista]
48394 IBRAHIM-B., MOHAMED-K.
Numerical Simulation Test on the artificial recharge of the alluvial groundwater of Sebaou (North of Algeria, Tizi-Ouzou), to prevent against the phenomenon of sea water intrusion pp. 247 - 247
[Acquista]
48395 JAHAN-C.S., RAHMAN-A.S., MAZUMDER-Q.H., KAMRUZZAMAN-M.
Sustainable Groundwater Resource Management through MAR Technique under Changing Climate in Drought-Prone Barind Tract, Rural Bangladesh pp. 248 - 248
[Acquista]
48397 KALLIORAS-A., CHRISTOFORIDIS-E., IOSIFIDIS-D., ZAFEIROPOULOS-E., DIMITRIADIS-K., MAKROPOULOS-C., RAAT-K., VAN DEN BERG-G.
Integrated subsurface water solutions for coastal wetland restoration and aquifer storage and recovery schemes pp. 249 - 249
[Acquista]
48398 KALLIORAS-A., ESCALANTE-E.F., SCHUTH-C., DILLON-P.
Advanced technologies for data acquisition to support effective managed aquifer recharge pp. 250 - 250
[Acquista]
48399 LO RUSSO-S., TADDIA-G., ABDIN-E.C.
Open-loop Groundwater Heat Pump (GWHP) injection systems: Effects on Thermal Affected Zone (TAZ) development pp. 251 - 251
[Acquista]
48400 MASETTI-M., PEDRETTI-D., SORICHETTA-A., STEVENAZZI-S., BACCI-F.
Recharge of a high permeability aquifer from an infiltration basin pp. 252 - 252
[Acquista]
48401 MOON-S., LEE-K.Y., CHO-S.Y., HA-K.
Development of water treatment device applied to artificial recharge system and comparison of filtering efficiency among four different media through column test of the Nakdong River water pp. 253 - 253
[Acquista]
48402 NAVA-A.P., VILLARREAL-F.G., VILLANUEVA-C.C.
Managed aquifer recharge in Mexico: Experiences and challenges pp. 254 - 254
[Acquista]
48403 PASSADORE-G., ALTISSIMO-L., BERTOLDO-S., SOTTANI-A., RINALDO-A.
Flow model of Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) in the Vicenza upper plain (Italy) pp. 255 - 255
[Acquista]
48404 PAUFLER-S., GRISCHEK-T.
Sources and Behaviour of Manganese during Riverbank Filtration pp. 256 - 256
[Acquista]
48405 MINETTI-L., PALIAGA-G., PITTALUGA-F.
Aquifer Recharge System in Oman pp. 257 - 257
[Acquista]
48406 RINGLEB-J.
Review on model applications to evaluate Managed Aquifer Recharge pp. 258 - 258
[Acquista]
48407 ROSSETTO-R., DI BARTOLO-S.
Managed Aquifer Recharge: past, present and next to come in Italy pp. 259 - 259
[Acquista]
48408 STEFAN-C.
Global MAR index - worldwide database for management aquifer recharge applications pp. 260 - 260
[Acquista]
48409 ZHANG-W., WU-X.
Fate and transportation of DBPs in a deep confined aquifer during artificial recharge process pp. 261 - 261
[Acquista]
48410 VISSER-R., OORD-A., ANSEMS-N., MWANGO-F.
Regional Mapping of the Potential of Managing Aquifer Recharge: a landscape based approach pp. 263 - 263
[Acquista]
48411 CHETVERIKOVA-A.
Prospects of artificial recharge of fresh groundwater in South of European Russia pp. 264 - 264
[Acquista]
48412 DILLON-P., PAGE-D., DANDY-G., MANKAD-A., TJANDRAATMADJA-G., GONZALEZ-D., BARRY-K., VANDERZALM-J., LEONARD-R., MYERS-B., NAUMANN-B., POWER-N.
Managed Aquifer Recharge and Stormwater Use Options: An Australian Evaluation of Safety, Economics and Social Acceptance pp. 265 - 265
[Acquista]
48413 HEILWEIL-V.M., BENOIT-J., HEALY-R.W.
Trench Infiltration: A Viable Option for Managed Aquifer Recharge pp. 266 - 266
[Acquista]
48414 JARRAYA-HORRICHE-F., BENABDALLAH-S., AYADI-M.
Groundwater monitoring and impact of artificial recharge in Korba-Elmida pp. 267 - 267
[Acquista]
48415 JARRAYA-HORRICHE-F., MAMOU-A., ZARGOUNI-F., MIZOURI-M., FOUGEIROL-D.
Groundwater modeling and artificial recharge simulations in Mornag aquifer pp. 268 - 268
[Acquista]
48416 KREAMER-D.
Managing Artificial Recharge in Las Vegas and Southern Nevada, USA pp. 269 - 269
[Acquista]
48417 ZAREI-H., DAMOUGH-N., AFSHARINEZHAD-L.
Identification of favorable groundwater artificial recharge site using GIS and AHP technique, case study Likak plain, Iran pp. 270 - 270
[Acquista]
48418 ALBERTI-L., ANTELMI-M.
Numerical simulation of a geothermal system for a piglet room pp. 272 - 272
[Acquista]
48419 BARBERO-D., BUCCI-A., DE LUCA-D.A., FORNO-M.G., GISOLO-A., LASAGNA-M., MAGNEA-L.
Temperature distribution and homoeothermic surface depth in the shallow aquifer of Turin and its hinterland (NW Italy) pp. 273 - 273
[Acquista]
48420 BUDAY-T., BUDAY-BODI-E., MCINTOSH-R.W., KOZAC-M.
New ways of thermal water utilization in East Hungary in the early 21st century pp. 274 - 274
[Acquista]
48421 CARLINI-M., ALLEGRINI-E., CASTELLUCCI-S.
Numerical model of a down-hole heat exchanger: validation and comparison with experimental data for an Italian case study pp. 275 - 275
[Acquista]
48422 CERUTTI-P., DUCCI-D., SOTTANI-A.
Use of low-enthalpy geothermal resources in Italy: preliminary analysis of factors contributing to sustainability pp. 276 - 276
[Acquista]
48423 ECKSTEIN-Y., BORTNIKOVA-S., SHEVKO-A.Y., SHEVKO-E.P.
Geothermal waters and condensates of southern Kunashir Island, Kurile archipelago pp. 277 - 277
[Acquista]
48424 FORMENTIN-G., ANGELOTTI-A., LEGRENZI-C.
The interaction between ground source heat pump and the aquifer: a zootechnical pilot test case study pp. 278 - 278
[Acquista]
48425 HARTOG-N., VAN LOPIK-J., ZAADNOORDIJK-W.
The use of density-difference compensation to enhance the recovery efficiencies and applicability of High Temperature Aquifer Storage (HT-ATES) pp. 279 - 279
[Acquista]
48426 POSSEMIERS-M., HUYSMANS-M., BATELAAN-O.
Modeling the effect of clay drapes on the efficiency of Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) pp. 280 - 280
[Acquista]
48427 ANIBAS-C., HUYSMANS-M.
How groundwater flow and heat transport models improve the assessment of seasonal aquifer thermal energy storage and recovery in an urban environment pp. 281 - 281
[Acquista]
48428 POULSEN-S.E., JACOBSEN-L.H.
A case study of Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) in Denmark pp. 282 - 282
[Acquista]
48429 ZUFFIANO-E., POLEMIO-M., LIMONI-P., LIOTTA-D., MINISSALE -A., PALLADINO-G., RIZZO-E., SANTALOIA-F.
Geothermic coastal springs in Southern Italy pp. 283 - 283
[Acquista]
48430 MADL-SZONYI-J., SIMON-S., TOTH-A., VARKONYI-E., LOVRITY-V.
Importance of fluid pressure distribution in geothermal interventions, introduction of a new method pp. 284 - 284
[Acquista]
48431 SOMOGYI-G., ZOSSEDER-K.
Quantifying the influence of subsurface constructions on groundwater temperature - underground and suburban railway tunnel, subterranean garage and cellar pp. 285 - 285
[Acquista]
48432 SZUCS-P., ZOLTAN-F., BALAZS-Z., ZSOMBOR-F.
Potential Geothermal Energy Utilization in the Volcanic Tokaj Mountains pp. 286 - 286
[Acquista]
48433 ZOLTAN-F., SZUCS-P., BALAZS-Z., ZSOMBOR-F.
An important geothermal system on the western slopes of the Tokaj Mountains pp. 287 - 287
[Acquista]
48434 VIAROLI-S., DIMASI-M., GRAGNANINI-V., MAZZA-R.
Methodological approach for characterization and exploitation of aquifers for low enthalpy geothermal energy (Lazio region, Italy) pp. 288 - 288
[Acquista]
48435 APARICIO-J., ALFRANCA-O., JIMENEZ-MARTINEZ-J., GARCIA-AROSTEGUI-J.L., CANDELA-L., LOPEZ-J.L.
Groundwater salinity process, mitigation measures and economic assessment: an example from an intensive agricultural area pp. 290 - 290
[Acquista]
48436 BANKS-D., ABRAR-N., ANWARY-A.J., EQRAR-M.N., JAMALUDDIN-S., JAWID-A., POYA-E.A., SAFFI-M.H., SAFI-M.A.
The evolution of salinity and groundwater chemistry in an irrigated semi-desert environment, Faryab, northern Afghanistan pp. 291 - 291
[Acquista]
48437 ZELEZNIK-B.B., CURK-B.C., ROZIC-P.Z., TORKAR-A., VRECA-P., BRENCIC-M.
Deep karstified dolomite aquifer as a source of drinking water (case study from Ljubljansko Barje - central Slovenia) pp. 292 - 292
[Acquista]
48438 CABALLERO-Y., LANINI-S., SEGUIN-J., CADILHAC-L., LADOUCHE-B., CHARLIER-J.
A multi-method recharge estimation tool applied to four contrasted karstic systems (France): a simple and robust approach pp. 293 - 293
[Acquista]
48439 GAALOUL-N., CANDELA-L., CARY-L.
Groundwater salinisation processes in a coastal irrigated plain, Korba El Mida case study Cap Bon (Tunisia) pp. 294 - 294
[Acquista]
48440 CRUZ-FUENTES-T., CABRERA-M.D., HEREDIA-J., CANDELA-L., CUSTODIO-E.
Groundwater salinity origin in a small sedimentary volcanic aquifer receiving irrigation return flows: La Aldea, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands (Spain) pp. 295 - 295
[Acquista]
48441 RICCI-G., DEMATTEIS-A., UTTINI-A.
Groundwater forecast in tunneling: a classification approach to assess water inflow evolution based on case histories pp. 296 - 296
[Acquista]
48442 EFTIMI-R.
Karst water captures in aquifers with particular hydrodynamic conditions; examples from Albania pp. 297 - 297
[Acquista]
48443 FILIPPINI-M., MARTINA-M., MENICHETTI-S., PALMIERO-F., RANFAGNI-L., GARGINI-A.
Piezometric damming effect and mitigation measures related to the new underground High Speed railway station of Florence (Arno river alluvial aquifer): modelling scenarios and challenges pp. 298 - 298
[Acquista]
48444 FORMENTIN-G., FRANCANI-V.
Groundwater level probabilistic forecast and the effects on designing depressed freeways pp. 299 - 299
[Acquista]
48446 TIWARIA-A.K., LAVY-M., AMANZIO-G., DE MAIO-M., SINGHA-P.K.
Identification of suitable locations for artificial groundwater recharge in a mining area of India by using remote sensing and GIS techniques pp. 300 - 300
[Acquista]
48447 LAN-F.
Hydrogeological characteristics and Comprehensive Exploitation Strategy for Nandong Underground River System in Yunnan Province, Southwest China pp. 301 - 301
[Acquista]
48448 LEAL-L., DUTTON-A., SILVA-H.
Hydrogeology and sustainability of a fractured-karst aquifer in Northeast Brazil pp. 302 - 302
[Acquista]
48449 MENICHINI-M., DOVERI-M., PICCINI-L.
Hydrogeology and geochemistry of karst aquifers in geologically complex settings: the case of Apuan Alps (NW Tuscany, Italy) pp. 303 - 303
[Acquista]
48450 MOHAMMED-A.B.
Towards participatory groundwater management in the Illumeden (Sokoto) Basin, North-western Nigeria pp. 304 - 304
[Acquista]
48451 NIGRO-A., BARBIERI-M., PETITA-M.
REE and isotopic approach in groundwater systems in an intramontane depression corresponding to a discharge area (Central Italy) pp. 305 - 305
[Acquista]
48452 PUJADES-E., JURADO-A., DASSARGUES-A.
Hydrogeological assessment of diaphragm walls used to excavate deep shafts associated to tunnels construction pp. 306 - 306
[Acquista]
48453 SAFI-M.A.
The Impact of Drought on Groundwater for Rural Water Supply and Agriculture in Afghanistan Case Study pp. 307 - 307
[Acquista]
48454 STEVANOVIC-Z.
Development of Karst Aquifers in the Challenging Environment of the Eastern Mediterranean Basin pp. 308 - 308
[Acquista]
48455 URRESTI-ESTALA-B., JIMENEZ-GAVILAN-P., PEREZ-I.V., CARRASCO-F., SANCHEZ-GARCIA-D.
Hydrochemical trend assessment in Guadalhorce River basin (southern Spain) pp. 309 - 309
[Acquista]
48456 PEREZ-I.V., URRESTI-ESTALA-B., BENAVENTE-HERRERA-J., JIMENEZ-GAVILAN-P., CARRASCO-F., SANCHEZ-GARCIA-D.
Isotopic (d18O and d2H) and hydrogeochemistry (EC, Cl- and SO42-) evidences of salinization during irrigation return flow processes. Examples in two intensive agriculture areas in southern Spain pp. 310 - 310
[Acquista]
48457 VIAT-S.
Excavation of a deep and long tunnel: an opportunity to exploit free geothermic resources pp. 311 - 311
[Acquista]
48458 ZAIBIN-L., JIN-D., MINGCHENG-Z., LIU-Q.
Control Technology of shaft and tunnel engineering water hazard in South China Karst Region pp. 312 - 312
[Acquista]
48459 PARKER-B.
Plume Behavior in Sedimentary Rock: Implications for Source Water Protection and Remediation pp. 314 - 314
[Acquista]
48460 ABDERRAHIM-G.
Interaction between pollution of an aquifer by a chemical fertilizer plant, and integrity of underground constructions pp. 316 - 316
[Acquista]
48461 MENEZES-D.B., DA SILVA-G.C.
Depletion of water quality in the recharge area of the Guarani Aquifer, in peri-urban portion of the São Carlos city, São Paulo, Brazil pp. 317 - 317
[Acquista]
48462 BAYER-P., RIVERA-J., BENZ-S., BLUM-P., MENBERG-K.
Rising groundwater temperatures beneath central European cities pp. 318 - 318
[Acquista]
48463 BUCCI-A., BARBERO-D., GISOLO-A., LASAGNA-M., FORNO-M.G., DE LUCA-D.A.
Thermal features and anthropogenic warming of shallow aquifers in Piedmont region (NW Italy) pp. 319 - 319
[Acquista]
48464 LINDERBERG-J., LAURSEN-G.
Surface and ground water interaction in the Municipality of Odense, Denmark pp. 320 - 320
[Acquista]
48465 O’REILLY-A., CHANG-N., WANIELISTA-M.
An Innovative Stormwater Infiltration Basin: Integrating Green Infrastructure with the Urban Critical Zone pp. 321 - 321
[Acquista]
48466 VIOLETTE-S., DE BARROS-A., GOBLET-P.
Sulphates contamination of multi-layered aquifers induced by historical anthropogenic forcing pp. 322 - 322
[Acquista]
48467 WARNER-K., HOWARD-K.W.
United States and Canada Assess the Impact of Urban Development on Groundwater Quality - Example from the Great Lakes Basin pp. 323 - 323
[Acquista]
48468 ANDERSEN-T.R., POULSEN-S.E., THOMSEN-P., NISSEN-R.W.
Geological characterization of contaminated sites in the Horsens area, Denmark pp. 325 - 325
[Acquista]
48469 ATTARD-G., WINIARSKI-T., ROSSIER-Y., EISENLOHR-L.
Assessing the impact of urban underground infrastructures on groundwater flow using 3D numerical modelling - Case study of Lyon (France) pp. 326 - 326
[Acquista]
48470 BARRY-C., HERBERT-A.W., RIVETT-M., LERNER-D.N.
Faster, Better, Cheaper Modelling Tools for Assessing Contamination Risk to Urban Supply Wells pp. 327 - 327
[Acquista]
48471 BATELAAN-O., BANKS-D., BATLLE-AGUILAR-J., BRESCIANI-E., COOK-P., CRANSWICK-R., SMITH-S., TURNADGE-C., PARTINGTON-D., POST-V., RAMIREZ-M.P., WERNER-A., XIE-Y., YANG-Y.
A multi-method groundwater investigation for improving Adelaide's groundwater management pp. 328 - 328
[Acquista]
48472 BELL-R., BUTCHER-A., BRICKER-S.
The Impact of Sustainable Drainage Systems on Shallow Groundwater pp. 329 - 329
[Acquista]
48473 ALBERTI-L., COLOMBO-L., FRANCANI-V.
Influence of the low velocity areas on the contaminants persistence: a field study (Milan, Italy) pp. 330 - 330
[Acquista]
48474 VARGAS-T.B., DUQUE DUQUE-J.C., VALENCIA-J.O.
Groundwater and Recharge Areas on an Urban Aquifer. Study Case: Aburra Valley -Colombia- pp. 331 - 331
[Acquista]
48475 CROSTA-G.B., FRATTINI-P., PERETTI-L.
Baseline quality definition for highly productive aquifers in the Milan Metropolitan area pp. 332 - 332
[Acquista]
48476 HUANG-C.C.
Accumulated Pollution of Ground Water in History and the Impact on the Urban Development of Xi'an City in Central China pp. 333 - 333
[Acquista]
48477 IFE-D., GOURLEY-T., GILLES-J.
The Use of Managed Aquifer Recharge to Enhance Storage in an Urban Drainage System pp. 334 - 334
[Acquista]
48478 JEPPESEN-J., PEDERSEN-A.N.
Use of a new urban water cycle model to evaluate the potential of SUDS and stormwater infiltration in shallow groundwater settings pp. 335 - 335
[Acquista]
48479 KOVAC-Z., NAKIC-Z., PARLOV-J., BACANI-A., RUZICIC-S.
Estimation of nitrate origin in Zagreb aquifer system pp. 336 - 336
[Acquista]
48485 KROGH-J.
Groundwater Control for Railway Tunnels in Domestic Water Supply Catchment and Contaminated Area of Copenhagen, Denmark pp. 337 - 337
[Acquista]
48486 LA VIGNA -F., BONFÀ-I., MARTELLI-S.
The Groundwater Monitoring Network of Rome pp. 338 - 338
[Acquista]
48487 SORENSEN-J., LAPWORTH-D.J., MARCHANT-B., NKHUWA-D., PEDLEY-S.
Real-time inference of thermotolerant coliforms in urban groundwater supplies in the developing world pp. 339 - 339
[Acquista]
48488 LAPWORTH-D.J., SORENSEN-J., READ-S., PEDLEY-S., NKHUWA-D., BELL-R.
Tracking pathways for pathogen contamination in urban groundwater supplies in Africa: novel application of qPCR techniques pp. 340 - 340
[Acquista]
48489 MADARASZ-T., SZEKELY-I., TOTH-A.K., TOTH-M.
Contaminant transport processes, diffusion measurement methods, DGT passive samplers, lab instrument development pp. 341 - 341
[Acquista]
48491 MIELBY-S.
Development of a 3D Geological/Hydrogeological Model as Basis for the Management of the Urban Water Cycle pp. 342 - 342
[Acquista]
48492 NICK-A., BAEUMLE-R., MUSETEKA-L.
Groundwater quality assessment in the Lusaka urban karst aquifer pp. 343 - 343
[Acquista]
48493 NIGRO-A., BARBIERI-M., SAPPA-G.
Isotope hydrogeochemistry in a Municipal Solid Waste landfill (Central Italy) pp. 344 - 344
[Acquista]
48494 PALLESEN-T.M., JENSEN-N., BACH-T.
Detailed geological modeling in urban areas with focus on the anthropogenic layer pp. 345 - 345
[Acquista]
48495 PARTSINEVELOU-A., STAMATIS-P., NIKOLOPOULOU-STAMATI-P., EVRENOGLOU-L.
Study of the heavy metal contamination of Kifissos River in Athens, Greece pp. 346 - 346
[Acquista]
48496 RACHID-G., EL-FADEL-M., ALAMEDDINE-I., NAJM-M.A., DOUMMAR-J.
Hydro-geochemical and geo-statistical analysis towards understanding the freshwatersaline water mixing dynamics pp. 347 - 347
[Acquista]
48497 RIVETT-M., WEALTHALL-G.
Diagnostic use of cis-DCE dechlorination product data in the determination of TCE DNAPL source zone architectures pp. 348 - 348
[Acquista]
48498 ROGERS-D.
The Next-Generation of Urban Groundwater Investigations pp. 349 - 349
[Acquista]
48499 SHARP-J.
Effects of urbanization on shallow hydrogeologic systems pp. 350 - 350
[Acquista]
48500 SUHOGUSOFF-A., FERRARI-L.C.K., DE SÀ-V.R.
Relationship between hydraulic conductivity and specific capacity in the Guarani and Bauru Aquifer Systems: State of Sao Paulo (Brazil) pp. 351 - 351
[Acquista]
48501 AL-JUHANI-A., KRAUSE-S., TELLAM-J.
The Sustainability of Riyadh's Urban Water System: A system dynamics modelling approach pp. 352 - 352
[Acquista]
48502 WU-A.
Urban Water Supply Safety and Urban Hydrogeology of China pp. 353 - 353
[Acquista]
48503 BARBOSA-M., BERTOLO-R.A.
Contaminant conceptual model at a complex megasite in the southern region of the City of Sao Paulo, Brazil pp. 355 - 355
[Acquista]
48504 LO RUSSO-S., ABDIN-E.C., TADDIA-G., DE MAIO-M.
Conceptual and numerical modeling of the Aosta plain: a tool for groundwater remediation and management pp. 356 - 356
[Acquista]
48505 GARGINI-A., BASIRICÒ-S., CROSTA-G.B., CHIARINI-V., FILIPPINI-M., NIJENHUIS-I., RICHNOW-H., VILLA-A.
Borehole flowmetering and isotopic fingerprinting support source apportionment of a public water supply well field contaminated by chlorinated pitches (Bussi sul Tirino site, Abruzzo Region, Italy) pp. 357 - 357
[Acquista]
48506 PONSIN-V., MAIER-J., GUELORGET-Y., HUMKELER-D., BOUCHARD-D., HOHENER-P.
Onset of natural attenuation processes in a crude oil contaminated aquifer treated by pump-and-skim pp. 358 - 358
[Acquista]
48507 RACO-B., BATTAGLINI-R., CATANZARITI-R., DA PRATO-S., DOVERI-M., ELLERO-A., LELLI-M., MASETTI-G., MENICHINI-M., NISI-B.
Definition of contamination threshold limits, the importance of a reliable groundwater conceptual model pp. 359 - 359
[Acquista]
48508 RICHNOW-H., ANKO-F., CARSTEN-V., NIJENHUIS-I.
Use of stable isotope concepts for characterizing sources and degradation pathways at complex field sites pp. 360 - 360
[Acquista]
48509 SLAMA-F., MOUHLI-S., BOUZOURRA-H., BOUHLILA-R.
Modeling of mercury transport in soil and groundwater in Kasserine (west-central Tunisia) pp. 361 - 361
[Acquista]
48510 TERRENGHI-J., BERETTA-G.P., FASSINA-S., CATTELAN-M., PENZO-L., ZANELLA-L., NOVELLO-C.
Groundwater flow in Venice-Porto Marghera and the impact of containment works pp. 362 - 362
[Acquista]
48511 WU-L., REESE-A., LIAN-S., RICHNOW-H.
Potential of multi isotope fingerprinting for analyzing sources and sinks of organophosphorus pesticides pp. 363 - 363
[Acquista]
48512 BRUNJES-R., BICHLER-A., HOFMANN-T.
Using Gadolinium as a transient tracer to estimate ground water travel times pp. 365 - 365
[Acquista]
48513 BURKE-V.
Variability of removal rate constants - A compilation from lab experiments on the fate of organic micropollutants within an urban water cycle pp. 366 - 366
[Acquista]
48514 TSAI-K.S., LU-H.Y., CHEN-Y.T., CHEN-Y.Y., LIU-C.C., WANG-S.W.
Occurrence of groundwater emerging contaminants in Taiwan pp. 367 - 367
[Acquista]
48515 ZHOU-D., ARENZ-LEUFEN-M., THIELE-BRUHN-S., DIEDERIK-J., VEREECKEN-H., ENGELHARDT-I.
Impact of DOC quality on sulfonamide transport in natural soils pp. 368 - 368
[Acquista]
48516 HENZLER-A., GRESKOWIAK-J., MASSMANN-G.
Modelling the redox-dependent fate of pharmaceutical residues during river bank filtration pp. 369 - 369
[Acquista]
48517 LAPWORTH-D.J., NKHUWA-D., STUART-M.
Using emerging contaminants to trace rapid recharge pathways in urban groundwater: an example from Kabwe, Zambia pp. 370 - 370
[Acquista]
48518 MANAMSA-K., LAPWORTH-D.J., STUART-M.
Controls on temporal variation of the occurrence of micro-organics including emerging contaminants in a lowland chalk catchment pp. 371 - 371
[Acquista]
48519 LAPWORTH-D.J., CRANE-E., TALBOT-J., STUART-M.
An assessment of micro-organic pollutants in groundwater across England and Wales pp. 372 - 372
[Acquista]
48520 WHITE-D., LAPWORTH-D.J., STUART-M., WILLIAMS-P.J.
Micro-organic contaminants in urban groundwater systems: preliminary results from a Sandstone aquifer in the UK pp. 373 - 373
[Acquista]
48521 WHITE-D., LAPWORTH-D.J., CIVIL-W., WILLIAMS-P.J.
Do we still need to transport large volumes of water for micro-organic analysis? Assessing the suitability of a method for the extraction and preservation of microorganic pollutants in the field pp. 374 - 374
[Acquista]
48522 MANSILHA-C., MELO-A., FERREIRA-I.
Fast and cost effective in situ derivatization method for monitoring Bisphenol-A and Estrogens in water matrices pp. 375 - 375
[Acquista]
48523 MEFFE-R., DE BUSTAMANTE-I.
Review of the occurrence of emerging organic contaminants and pesticides in Italian surface water and groundwater pp. 376 - 376
[Acquista]
48524 NHAM-H.T.T., GRESKOWIAK-J., NODLER-K., RAHMAN-M.A., SPACHOS-T., RUSTEBERG-B., MASSMANN-G., SAUTER-M., LICHA-T.
Modeling the transport behavior of 16 emerging organic contaminants during soil aquifer treatment pp. 377 - 377
[Acquista]
48525 PEREZ-I.V., CANDELA-L., GAMBERO-SEDENO-L., URRESTI-ESTALA-B., JIMENEZ-GAVILAN-P., CORADA-FERNANDEZ-M.D.
Distribution and interaction between selected pharmateuticals and hydrogeochemistry in Guadalhorce aquifer (South of Spain) pp. 378 - 378
[Acquista]
48526 BIANCHI-M., ZHENG-C.
Using lithofacies to characterize spatial heterogeneity in simulations of solute transport in a highly heterogeneous alluvial aquifer pp. 380 - 380
[Acquista]
48527 CIRPKA-O.A., CHIOGNA-G., ROLLE-M., YE-Y.
Mixing-Controlled Reactive Transport in Heterogeneous Media: Do we ask the right questions? pp. 381 - 381
[Acquista]
48528 COMUNIAN-A., FELLETTI-F., GIACOBBO-F., GIUDICI-M., BERSEZIO-R.
A hierarchical multiple-point statistics simulation procedure for the 3D reconstruction of alluvial sediments pp. 382 - 382
[Acquista]
48529 DRASKOVIC-D.
Impact of natural disasters on groundwater regime in conditions of dewatering of open pits pp. 383 - 383
[Acquista]
48530 FROLLINI-E., PISCITELLI-D., VERGINELLI-I., BACIOCCHI-R., PETITA-M.
Laboratory investigation of LNAPL saturation and dissolution kinetics in different heterogeneous porous media pp. 384 - 384
[Acquista]
48531 GIUDICI-M., BERSEZIO-R., COMUNIAN-A., FELLETTI-F., GIACOBBO-F., BARATELLI-F., CATTANEO-L., CAVALLI-E., DELL’ARCIPRETE-D., DE MICHELI-L., INZOLI-S., LAZZATI-C., MELE-M., PESSINA-L., VASSENA-C., ZAPPA-G.
A multidisciplinary research on aquifer analogues to assess the effect of hydrofacies heterogeneities at fine scale on solute transport at large scale pp. 385 - 385
[Acquista]
48532 GUTING-N., KLOTZSCHE-A., VAN DER KRUK-J., VANDERBORGHT-J., VEREECKEN-H., ENGLERT-A.
Spatially highly resolved mapping of aquifer heterogeneities using ground penetrating radar full-waveform tomography pp. 386 - 386
[Acquista]
48533 JIMENEZ-S., BAYER-P., BRAUCHLER-R., MARIETHOZ-G.
Multi-tracer tomography for identifying subsurface structures pp. 387 - 387
[Acquista]
48534 KELSEY-P.
FEFLOW contaminant transport modelling within a multi-layered aquifer system for a proposed municipal landfill pp. 388 - 388
[Acquista]
48535 KNORR-B., MALOSZEWSKI-P., STUMPP-C., SIMMONS-C.
Density-driven flow in homogenous and dual-porosity column experiments pp. 389 - 389
[Acquista]
48536 MARKOVIC-T., BRKIC-Z., CUCUZOVIC-H., LARVA-O., BRISKI-M.
Behaviour of heavy metals and nitrates in the alluvial aquifer of Koprivnica region pp. 390 - 390
[Acquista]
48537 MOECK-C., DIRK-R., PAUL-B., AFFOLTER-A., JANNIS-E., PETER-H., ADRIAN-A., SCHIRMER-M.
Constrained Monte Carlo analysis for flow and transport processes of a highly parameterized model pp. 391 - 391
[Acquista]
48538 FABBROCINO-S., RAINIERI-C., RICCIARDI-A., PADUANO-P.
Environmental indexes and aquifer heterogeneity pp. 392 - 392
[Acquista]
48539 SAITO-M., NAKAGAWA-K.
Numerical study on macroscopic dispersion in unsaturated vertical infiltration field pp. 393 - 393
[Acquista]
48540 ACCOTO-V., BULLO-P., FACCIO-R., MASON-L., SOTTANI-A.
Analysis of groundwater contamination by hexavalent chromium in a decommissioned industrial site pp. 394 - 394
[Acquista]
48541 STEFANIA-G., FUMAGALLI-L., ROTIROTI-M., CAPODAGLIO-P., SIMONETTO-F., BONOMI-T.
Three-dimensional reconstruction of aquifer heterogeneity for modeling the transport of Cr(VI) in an Alpine alluvial aquifer pp. 395 - 395
[Acquista]
48542 JIMENEZ-N.K.T., ARIZA-B.J.L., GARZON-L.D.D.
Analysis of the influence of the heterogeneity of stratified aquifers in the remedation techniques via physical modeling pp. 396 - 396
[Acquista]
48543 TANDA-M.G., CITARELLA-D., ZANINI-A.
Identification of the location probability density function of a tracer source in a heterogeneous laboratory sandbox pp. 397 - 397
[Acquista]
48544 BANNING-A., PAWLETKO-N., WISOTZKY-F., KUBECK-C., BERGMANN-A.
Hydrogeochemistry of elevated groundwater uranium in a German well catchment pp. 399 - 399
[Acquista]
48545 DEMMEL-T.G., RUDE-T.R., WROBEL-M.
The importance of fen peats as secondary source of high uranium concentrations in groundwater and its geological framework pp. 400 - 400
[Acquista]
48546 GILL-L., MORRISSEY-P., JOHNSTON-P.
The impact of wastewater from rural unsewered cluster developments on groundwater quality pp. 401 - 401
[Acquista]
48547 OHAISEADHA-C., O’DWYER-J., HYNDS-P., JOHNSON-H., FALLON-U.
A geo-statistical analysis of probable waterborne infection among the Irish population for elucidation of diffuse contamination sources and mechanisms pp. 402 - 402
[Acquista]
48548 GULBAZ-S., KAZEZYILMAZ-ALHAN-C.M.
Investigation of Bioretention Effects on Water Quality pp. 403 - 403
[Acquista]
48549 LAMB-K., MACQUARRIE-K., BUTLER-K., DANIELESCU-S., GRIMMER-M., MOTT-E.
Investigation of Groundwater Flow and Nitrate Transport in the Shallow Vadose Zone Beneath a Potato Field pp. 404 - 404
[Acquista]
48550 LASAGNA-M., FRANCHINO -E., DE LUCA-D.A.
Evaluation of contaminant sources of nitrate in groundwater using nitrogen isotope data in the Turin-Cuneo Plain (NW Italy) pp. 405 - 405
[Acquista]
48551 PALMUCCI-W., DI CURZIO-D., PENNISI-M., RUSI-S.
Multisopic (B and Sr) assessment of boron-rich groundwater in central Adriatic Italy pp. 406 - 406
[Acquista]
48552 PALMUCCI-W., DI CURZIO-D., RUSI-S.
Redox processes affecting Fe and Mn groundwater contamination in central Adriatic Italy pp. 407 - 407
[Acquista]
48553 BOROON-M.H.R., CHANEY-J., BOWERS-B.
The Source of Arsenic and Nitrate in Borrego Valley Groundwater Aquifer in SW of the US pp. 408 - 408
[Acquista]
48554 RIVETT-M., CUTHBERT-M., GAMBLE-R., CONNAN-L.
Quantifying aquifer contamination from highway deicing salt via a losing stream: a case study from the UK sandstone pp. 409 - 409
[Acquista]
48555 ROBERTSON-W.D.
Use of an Artificial Sweetener to Identify Sources of Groundwater Nitrate Contamination pp. 410 - 410
[Acquista]
48556 STELLATO-L., MARZAIOLI-F., TERRASI-F., D’ONOFRIO-A., RICCI-A., DI RIENZO-B., DI FUSCO -E., RUBINO-M., CALACE-N., SACCOMANDI-F., MARINOSCI-I., RAGO-G., PELEGGI-M., BELLI-M.
Nitrate sources apportioning in polluted aquifers of the Po River alluvial plain (northern Italy) by means of an integrated hydrogeologic and isotopic approach pp. 411 - 411
[Acquista]
48557 STIGTER-T., MAZIMPAKA-C., ZHOU-Y.
Modeling nitrate transport towards a coastal lagoon under the influence of aquifer properties, contaminating activities, restoration policies and climate change pp. 412 - 412
[Acquista]
48558 UMAR-R., SHAH-Z.A.
Hydrochemical and isotopic studies of groundwater in parts of Sai-Ganga interfluve in the central Ganga plain, India pp. 413 - 413
[Acquista]
48559 KHAN-A., UMAR-R.
Hydrogeological and hydrogeochemical framework of a segment of Kali watershed, western Uttar Pradesh pp. 414 - 414
[Acquista]
48560 CHO-M.S., THOMSON-N.R.
Field trials of subsurface chaotic advection pp. 416 - 416
[Acquista]
48561 DAL SANTO-M., PROSPERI-G.
Groundwater remediation technologies: a statistical analysis for a decision-making support tool pp. 417 - 417
[Acquista]
48562 DU-S., ZHENG-L.
The Impacts of Injection and Extraction of Groundwater on Shallow Groundwater Quality after CO2 Leakage has Ceased pp. 418 - 418
[Acquista]
48563 OLIVIERA-F., DOMINGUES-I., FREITAS-J., FURQUIM-S., THOMSON-N.R.
Moving forward from P&T in tropical soils: How ISCO is affected by soil properties pp. 419 - 419
[Acquista]
48564 SANTOS-M., FREITAS-J., SHINZATO-M., FRANCHI-J.G.
Assessment of the viability of using peat for in-situ remediation of groundwater contaminated by Cr(VI) pp. 420 - 420
[Acquista]
48565 MADARASZ-T., SZEKELY-I., TOTH-A.K., TOTH-M.
Contaminant transport processes, diffusion measurement methods, DGT passive samplers, lab instrument development pp. 421 - 421
[Acquista]
48566 ROBEY-K., TREDOUX-G.
The feasibility of in-situ iron removal in South African aquifers as a low-cost treatment option for drinking water supply pp. 422 - 422
[Acquista]
48568 SHAFIEIYOUN-S., THOMSON-N.R., GASINSKI-C.M., BREY-A.P., PENCE-W.
Long-Term Expectations for the Treatment of MGP Residuals by Chemical Oxidants pp. 423 - 423
[Acquista]
48569 SMITH-P., MASON-P.
Remediation Strageties for Treatment of Contaminated Groundwater Resulting from a Pesticide Manufacturing Plant Fire pp. 424 - 424
[Acquista]
48570 ZHANG-Y., DONG-T., ZHOU-A.
Screen the degradation bacteria for sulfa antibiotics of the emerging contaminant pp. 425 - 425
[Acquista]
48571 BOZZANO-F., ESPOSITO-C., PAPINI-M.P., VIOTTI-P., INCANI-L.C., BACCHI-M., BRUNI-P.
Tuning the geological and hydrogeological model to optimize remediation in an engineered contaminated site: the railway station of Bologna (Italy) pp. 427 - 427
[Acquista]
48572 KIM-M., KIM-H., KIM-H., PARK-S., YANG-J., JU-B., JO-S., KWON-O., KIM-T.
Study on availability of uranium and radon reduction technologies in South Korea pp. 428 - 428
[Acquista]
48573 BUSCH-J.P., OSWALD-S.E., MEISSNER-T., POTTHOFF-A., BLEYL-S., GEORGI-A., TRABITZSCH-R., WERBAN-U., MACKENZIE-K.
Field and laboratory investigation of the transport of carbon-supported nanoscale zero-valent iron suited for groundwater remediation pp. 429 - 429
[Acquista]
48574 PATTERSON-B., MANEFIELD-M., LEE-M., BASTOW-T., WILSON-J., DONN-M., FURNESS-A., GOODWIN-B.
The effect of 1,1,2-TCA concentration on biotic and abiotic processes in the removal of 1,1,2-TCA using carbon-amended ZVI pp. 430 - 430
[Acquista]
48575 PAPINI-M.P., MAJONE-M., PIERRO-L., SAGLIASCHI-M., SUCATO-S., ALESI-E., ROSSETTI-S., MATTURO-B.
Coupling groundwater recirculation by GCW and chemical/biological reductive processes for residual DNAPL source removal: lab investigation and large pilot testing pp. 431 - 431
[Acquista]
48576 SOLANO-F., THOMSON-N.R., ARAVENA-R.
Treatment of manufactured gas plant residuals using alkaline activated persulfate: a pilot-scale trial pp. 432 - 432
[Acquista]
48577 SUN-S., RIVETT-M., HERBERT-A.W., GRESWELL-R.
2-D Sand Tank Experiments to Evaluate Transient Water Table Influence upon LNAPL Re-distribution pp. 433 - 433
[Acquista]
48578 HIROYUKI-I., KUMANO-S., NISHIDA-A.
Effectiveness of dobsonfly larva as index of river metal contamination under Japanese National Uniform Effluent Standard pp. 435 - 435
[Acquista]
48579 MCAULEY-C.
Bendigo mine water management - legacy or wicked problem? pp. 436 - 436
[Acquista]
48580 MUSCHE-F., EBERMANN-J., GRISCHEK-T., UHLMANN-W.
Scale and Costs of Field Site Experiments on Subsurface Iron Removal pp. 437 - 437
[Acquista]
48581 SINGHA-P.K., TIWARI-A.K., PANIGRAHY-B.P.
Hydrogeochemical and Qualitative Assessment of Groundwater Resources in Jharia coalfield, Jharkhand, India pp. 438 - 438
[Acquista]
48582 TIMMS-W.
Water use productivity and dewatering of underground coal mines in relation to extraction panel design and hydrogeological factors, Hunter Valley, Australia pp. 439 - 439
[Acquista]
48583 WEIDNER-C., RUDE-T.R., SCHUTTRUMPF-H., REICH-M.
Chemical Fe-clogging in wells for open-pit dewatering: Experimental modelling and prevention measures pp. 440 - 440
[Acquista]
48584 YUN-U., CHO-B., HA-K.
Uranium concentrations in groundwater and surface water of the Ogcheon metamorphic belt pp. 441 - 441
[Acquista]
48585 HELMIG-R.
Modeling and Analysis of Soil-Moisture Processes in the Subsurface: The Influence of Evaporation and Salt Precipitation in Groundwater pp. 443 - 443
[Acquista]
48586 ARCHER-C., PETITTA-M., PISCOPO-V., KREAMER-D., NOBLE-P.
Major ion and stable isotope geochemistry reveal source relationships between groundwater and surface waters in the Rieti Basin pp. 445 - 445
[Acquista]
48587 BEERTEN-K., LETERME-B., LALOY-E., GEDEON-M., ROGIERS-B., , DIEDERIK-J.
Towards an innovative modelling framework to assess environmental change impact on the water cycle at the catchment scale pp. 446 - 446
[Acquista]
48588 Groundwater - Surface Water Interaction in the Northern Zululand Coastal Plain, South Africa: a Hydrogeological, Hydrochemical and Environmental Isotope Approach pp. 447 - 447
[Acquista]
48589 BICHLER-A.
Suitability of acesulfame for quantification of bank filtrate in a shallow alluvial aquifer pp. 448 - 448
[Acquista]
48590 BOYRAZ-U., KAZEZYILMAZ-ALHAN-C.
The impact of momentum transfer on stream-aquifer interactions: an experimental view pp. 449 - 449
[Acquista]
48591 BOYRAZ-U., KAZEZYILMAZ-ALHAN-C.
A semi-analytical solution for transient 2D groundwater flow with sloping stream boundary condition pp. 450 - 450
[Acquista]
48592 BRODIE-R.S., LAWRIE-K., CHRISTENSEN-N.B., HALAS-L., MAGEE-J., TAN-K.
Insights from the evolution of a conceptual model for recharge to the lower Darling River floodplain aquifers, Murray-Darling Basin, Australia pp. 451 - 451
[Acquista]
48593 BRUTHANS-J., KADLECOVA-R., KURKOVA-I., RYBAROVA-M., BUZEK-F.
High nitrate content in riverbank filtration water supply in alluvial aquifer: integrated approach pp. 452 - 452
[Acquista]
48594 CARTWRIGHT-I., MORGENSTERN-U.
How old is the water contributing to upper catchment streamflow? pp. 453 - 453
[Acquista]
48595 CHO-B., YUN-U., LEE-B., HA-K.
Groundwater flow around Daesan groundwater intake facility near the Nakdong river pp. 454 - 454
[Acquista]
48596 DA ROCHA-C.M., NIENCHESKI-L.F.H., DE ANDRADE-C.F.F.
Groundwater discharge revealed by 222Rn in South Coastal of Brazil pp. 455 - 455
[Acquista]
48597 DANDAR-E., CARRERA-J., NEMER-B., BAYANZUL-B.
A simple method to incorporate aquifer-soil heat exchange: application to Tuul River basin, Mongolia pp. 456 - 456
[Acquista]
48598 PATTON-A., DAVIDSON-G.R.
An apparent river-stage threshold for initiation of surface-groundwater communication pp. 457 - 457
[Acquista]
48599 HUNEAU-F., GAREL-E., LUCCIONI-C., JAUNAT-J., DEVOS-A., LEJEUNE-O., SANTONI-S., CELLE-JEANTON-H.
Groundwater flow and origin within the Biguglia lagoon watershed (Corsica, France) pp. 458 - 458
[Acquista]
48600 GHOLIZADEH-HOSSEINABADI-H.
Surface-Subsurface Water exchange by the Numerical Analysis of the Well Capture Zone near a Stream pp. 459 - 459
[Acquista]
48601 GHYSELS-G., MUTUA-S., ANIBAS-C., HUYSMANS-M.
Influence of riverbed heterogeneity and riverbank seepage on groundwater-surface water interaction pp. 460 - 460
[Acquista]
48602 GLOBEVNIK-L., ZELEZNIK-B.B.
Integrated surface-water groundwater modelling of the gravel fan - Slovenia pp. 461 - 461
[Acquista]
48603 FAKIR-Y., HAJHOUJI-Y., LEBLANC-M., LEBLANC-S., GASCOIN-S., RICHARD-B.
Contribution of mountain streamflow to the groundwater recharge in piedmont alluvial plain. The Rheraya wadi case study (Marrakech, Morocco) pp. 462 - 462
[Acquista]
48604 IQBAL-M., TULADHAR-S.
Fate and transport of nutrients in one of the source watersheds that contribute to the formation of hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico pp. 463 - 463
[Acquista]
48605 JARAMILLO-M., VELEZ-J.I.
Quantitative fluvial geomorphological analysis for the evaluation of potential riverbank filtration sites pp. 464 - 464
[Acquista]
48606 JARAMILLO-M., GRISCHEK-T., BOERNICK-H., VELEZ-J.I.
Potential of Riverbank Filtration in the Removal of Pesticides pp. 465 - 465
[Acquista]
48607 SARAVANAN-D., LAKSHMANAN-E., SRIDHAR-P.N., DADHWAL-V.K.
Distribution of dissolved inorganic carbon in groundwater along Cauvery River, Tamil Nadu, India pp. 466 - 466
[Acquista]
48608 LEE-B., CHO-B., YUN-U., HA-K., KOH-D., KIM-Y.
Heavy Pumping of Groundwater for Protected Cultivation with Water Curtain in Rural Area, Korea pp. 467 - 467
[Acquista]
48609 LIU-C., LIU-J., ZHENG-C.
High-resolution temperature sensing of the Badain Jaran desert lake in China pp. 468 - 468
[Acquista]
48610 MOHAMMADZADEH-H., NEJATIJAHROMI-Z.
Investigating the origin and interaction between surface water and karstic groundwater in Arjan basin, located in Zagros mountain range - Iran, using environmental isotope (18O, 2H) compositions pp. 469 - 469
[Acquista]
48611 MORIDNEJAD-M., CAMERON-S., SHAMSELDIN-A., VERHAGEN-F., WARD-N.D.
Stream temperature modelling and fibre optic distributed temperature sensing to quantify groundwater discharge in the Ngongotaha stream, New Zealand pp. 470 - 470
[Acquista]
48612 MORIDNEJAD-M., MOORE-C., CAMERON-S., SHAMSELDIN-A., VERHAGEN-F., WARD-N.D.
Sensitivity analysis of a one dimensional heat transport model in the Ngongotaha stream, New Zealand pp. 471 - 471
[Acquista]
48613 VALIENTE-N., SANZ-D., CASTANO-S., MUNOZ-A., GOMEZ-ADLEY-J.J.
Variable density groundwater modeling in the endorheic basin of Pétrola (SE, Spain) pp. 472 - 472
[Acquista]
48614 SAPPA-G., FERRANTI-F., LUCIANI-G.
Groundwater and surface water interaction in the Upper valley of Aniene River karst aquifer: a conceptual model purpose pp. 473 - 473
[Acquista]
48615 STELLATO-L., MARZAIOLI-F., HOFMANN-H., PFISTER-L., TOSHEVA-Z., KIES-A., TERRASI-F., CELICO-F.
222Rn as a hydrogeologic tracer of groundwater inputs to surface waters: a study case exploring the importance of an accurate determination of the gas exchange rate constant pp. 474 - 474
[Acquista]
48616 VASSOLO-S., SEEBER-K., WILCZOK-C., DAIRA-D., HAMIT-A.
Surface water - groundwater interaction - The case of the Lower Logone wetland in the Lake Chad Basin pp. 475 - 475
[Acquista]
48617 WACHNIEW-P., ZIEBA-D., MICHALCZYK-T., BAR-D., JASZCZUR-M., ZUREK-A.J., WITCZAK-S.
The influence of groundwater on streamflow and on water quality in a lowland catchment pp. 476 - 476
[Acquista]
48618 CZEKAJ-J., WITKOWSKI-A.J., SITEK-S.
Application of stable isotopes analysis for evaluating groundwater - surface water interaction in the area of dammed reservoir: a case study from Southern Poland pp. 477 - 477
[Acquista]
48619 EL MEKKI-O.A., LAFTOUHI-N.
An empirical model to estimate groundwater recharge in arid to semi-arid areas using GIS and Remote Sensing, validated by Chloride Mass-Balance Method. The Haouz Plain, Morocco pp. 479 - 479
[Acquista]
48620 QUINODOZ-F.B., BLARASIN-M., PANARELLO-H.
Surface water - groundwater relationships assessment as a tool for environmental management in the Aji stream basin (Argentina) pp. 480 - 480
[Acquista]
48621 BUITRAGO-P.A.P., VARGAS-T.B.
Groundwater - surface water interaction in a tropical aquifer pp. 481 - 481
[Acquista]
48622 CANALES-A., RANGEL-M.
Sustainable Groundwater Use and Management pp. 482 - 482
[Acquista]
48623 CARLIER-C., COCHAND-F., WIRTH-S., BRUNNER-P., HUNKELER-D.
Hydrogeological and topographic controls on watershed vulnerability to droughts pp. 483 - 483
[Acquista]
48624 CIFUENTES-G., MOLANO-C.
Groundwater modeling of the Coastal Aquifer of Santa Marta, Colombia, under different hydrological and pumping scenarios, including sea-water intrusion, artificial recharge and Interbasin transfer pp. 484 - 484
[Acquista]
48625 DAUGHNEY-C., RISSMANN-C., FRIEDEL-M., HODSON-R., MORGENSTERN-U., MARTINDALE-H., RODWAY-E., MOREAU-M., KEES-L.
Hydrochemistry and water dating for characterisation of a regional groundwatersurface water system, Southland, New Zealand pp. 485 - 485
[Acquista]
48626 ELEWA-H.H.
Contribution of Watershed Hydro-Morphometric Spatial-Based Modeling for the Assessment of Runoff Water Harvesting Potentialities in Wadi El-Arish, Sinai, Egypt pp. 486 - 486
[Acquista]
48627 EZEKWESILI-E., CELESTINE-O., OBIALO-E.
Constrains on the use of vegetated conservation structure for control of gully-type water erosion in southeastern Nigeria pp. 487 - 487
[Acquista]
48628 FARINA-D., CAVITOLO-P.
Climate and land use changes as origin of runoff variations and riverbed sediments equilibrium: implications in water management in the Province of Pesaro Urbino, central-eastern Italy pp. 488 - 488
[Acquista]
48629 FICHTNER-T., RINGLEB-J., STEFAN-C., GUO-J.
Lab-scale infiltration tank experiments to investigate the influence of extreme weather events on the water balance and the soil pore system of the unsaturated zone - set-up, modeling and first results pp. 489 - 489
[Acquista]
48630 GRISCHEK-T., AHRNS-J., BARTAK-R., HERLITZIUS-J.
Coupling Riverbank Filtration and Subsurface Iron Removal - Pros and Cons pp. 490 - 490
[Acquista]
48631 KANA-A., KANA-A.
Conjunctive use of groundwater and surface water to improve the supply of water in Nasarawa Eggon town, Nigeria pp. 491 - 491
[Acquista]
48632 LU-S., WU-B., WEI-Y., YAN-N., WANG-H., GUO-S.
Quantifying impacts of climate variability and human activities on the hydrological system of the Haihe River Basin, China pp. 492 - 492
[Acquista]
48633 MARTINEZ-J., RAIBER-M., COX-M.
Groundwater-surface water interaction in the Condamine River headwaters, Southeast Queensland, Australia: combining long-term hydrochemical records and isotope hydrology pp. 493 - 493
[Acquista]
48634 IACUITTO-M., MENOTTI-R.M.
The Rieti Land Reclamation Authority relevance in surface water management for rural purposes. Geologic-hydraulic protection in respect to the hydrogeological features of the Rieti Plain (Italy) pp. 494 - 494
[Acquista]
48635 MILLER-J., VENNEMANN-T.W., MAPANI-B.
Hydrochemical characterisation of aquifer systems in the Namib-Naukluft Desert Park, Namibia, and their vulnerability to climate change pp. 495 - 495
[Acquista]
48636 PRANDI-E.C., CAETANO-CHANG-M.R., SILVA-F.P.E., MODAELLI-S.D., CHANG-H.K.
Integrated management of groundwater/ surface water in the Aguapeí and Peixe Rivers Basin, São Paulo, Brazil pp. 496 - 496
[Acquista]
48637 RAUTIO-A., KORKKA-NIEMI-K., SALONEN-V.
Thermal imaging in assessing ground/surface water resources related to mining development sites, northern Finland pp. 497 - 497
[Acquista]
48638 NIANDOU-A.S., BENAABIDATE-L., JHA-M.
Groundwater Water Resources Sustainability and Vulnerability Assessment in the Sebou Basin: Cities of Fes, Ifrane & Meknes pp. 498 - 498
[Acquista]
48639 SILVA-T., QUEIROZ-T., ANDRADE-A., ALONSO-I.
Land use and water quality for irrigation on Settlement Antonio Conselheiro pp. 499 - 499
[Acquista]
48641 TERAN-E., MUNOZ-J.
A numerical model to understand the interaction between Aconcagua river, Aquifer of the Aconcagua River and Las Vegas drain pp. 500 - 500
[Acquista]
48642 TOEGL-A.
Quantification of the Water Balance and Evaluation of Managed Aquifer Recharge Impact in an Ephemeral Stream Watershed: the Case of the Nachalei Menashe Watershed in Israel pp. 501 - 501
[Acquista]
48643 AMALFITANO-S., DI LORENZO-T., PARRONE-D., GHERGO-S., ROSSI-D., ZOPPINI-A., LUNGARINI-S., PREZIOSI-E.
The heterogeneity of groundwater biota in a naturally contaminated aquifer: insights from microbial and invertebrate assemblages pp. 503 - 503
[Acquista]
48644 CELLE-JEANTON-H., DEVIDAL-J., BERTRAND-G., LAVASTRE-V., HUNEAU-F., GAREL-E., CLAUZET-M.
AUVER-WATCH (AUVERgne-Water-Chemistry): an experimental site for researcher and water managers. First two years results of the chemical, isotopic and contaminants long term follow-up pp. 504 - 504
[Acquista]
48645 GAREL-E., HUNEAU-F., JANUAT-J., DEVOS-A., LEJEUNE-O., CELLE-JEANTON-H., LUCCIONI-C., SANTONI-S.
Anthropogenic influence on the groundwater dependent ecosystem of the Biguglia Lagoon (Corsica, France) pp. 505 - 505
[Acquista]
48646 GIL-L., MCCORMACK-T., NOLAN-P., NAUGHTON-O., JOHNSTON-P.
Predicted changes in lowland karst network groundwater flooding in response to climate change pp. 506 - 506
[Acquista]
48647 HIROYUKI-I., YOSHIMURA-M.
Using bryophyte metal concentrations to evaluate mine-metal contamination in groundwater and compare now closed copper mine areas with the non-mine areas of the Yoshii River catchment in Okayama Prefe pp. 507 - 507
[Acquista]
48648 HRABANKOVA-A., DATEL-J.V.
Methodology for evaluating the effectiveness of the Action Program (detailed monitoring) pp. 508 - 508
[Acquista]
48649 MANZIONE-R.L., SAFRE-A.L.D., FERREIRA-J.J., GONCALVES-V.F.M.
Monitoring water table depths at Bauru aquifer system in a conservation area in Águas de Santa Bárbara/SP - brazil during 2013-14 historical drought pp. 509 - 509
[Acquista]
48650 PENA-HARO-S., GARCIA-PRATS-A., PULIDO-VELAZQUEZ-D., PULIDO-VELAZQUEZ-M., LOPEZ-NICOLAS-A., MACIAN-SORRIBES-H.
Impacts of climate and land use change on the Mancha Oriental groundwater system, Spain pp. 510 - 510
[Acquista]
48651 SAID-S., BOUZID-LAGHA-S.
Study of potability physicochemical of water of Foggara in the wilaya of Adrar pp. 511 - 511
[Acquista]
48653 ZUREK-A.J., WITCZAK-S., DULINSKI-M., WACHNIEW-P., ROZANSKI-K., KANIA-J., POSTAWA-A., KARCZEWSKI-J., MOSCICKI-W.J.
A multidisciplinary assessment of the impact of groundwater abstraction on a dependent terrestrial ecosystem in southern Poland pp. 513 - 513
[Acquista]
48654 BERTONI-E., SEGADELLI-S., CANTONATI-M., SPITALE-D.
Can simple aquifer and emergence-site characteristics allow the prediction of expected spring diatom communities? pp. 515 - 515
[Acquista]
48655 CANTONATI-M., GABRIELI-J., SABER-A.A., BERTONI-E., SEGADELLI-S.
Hydrochemistry and hydrogeology of springs and wells in the El-Farafra Oasis (Western desert of Egypt) as an important pre-requisite for their phycological biodiversity pp. 516 - 516
[Acquista]
48656 CANTONATI-M.
Mutual gains and challenges in combining ecological and hydrogeological approaches pp. 517 - 517
[Acquista]
48657 CHABOUR-N., KASSIR-A., DIB-H.
Regional Hydrogeology of the Neritic Aquifer under Neogene cover of Constantine area (NE of Algeria) pp. 518 - 518
[Acquista]
48658 DI MATTEO-L., MENEGON-S., ROSSI-A.
Understanding karst environments by thermo-hygrometric monitoring: results from the Martani chain karst system (Central Italy) pp. 519 - 519
[Acquista]
48659 HENRIKSEN-H.J.
Integrated quantitative status assessment of groundwater bodies by national hydrological model, new ecological flow indicators for rivers and aquifer sustainability indicators pp. 520 - 520
[Acquista]
48660 BALUGANI-E., LUBCZYNSKI-M.W., REYES-ACOSTA-L., VAN DER TOL-C., METSELAAR-K.
Partitioning and sourcing of dry season evapotranspiration within eddy covariance tower footprint pp. 521 - 521
[Acquista]
48661 REGAN-S.
Defining hydrological damage in Groundwater Dependent Terrestrial Ecosystems pp. 522 - 522
[Acquista]
48662 ROZIC-B., GABERSEK-M., ZEGA-M., KANDUC-T., ROZIC-P.Z., VERBOVSEK-T.
Assesing aquifer and source-rock characteristics of the Žveplenica sulphide karstic spring (Trebuša Valley, NW Slovenia); an integrated approach pp. 523 - 523
[Acquista]
48663 RUGGIERI-R., ANTOCI-M.L.
Case study of the singular hydrologic regime of two polluted karst springs supplying the aqueduct of Ragusa city (South-East Sicily) pp. 524 - 524
[Acquista]
48664 SEGADELLI-S.
Exploring and understanding the biodiversity of spring habitats of the northern Apennines (EBERs project) pp. 525 - 525
[Acquista]
48665 SIMON-S., BALOGH-V., MADL-SZONYI-J., BIRÒ-M.
The importance of scale effect in groundwater related vegetation pattern of Great Hungarian Plain pp. 526 - 526
[Acquista]
48666 STADLER-H., RESZLER-C., FARNLEITNER-A.H., KOMMA-J., BLOSCHL-G.
Interdisciplinary approach to karst water protection: advanced hydrogeological mapping and hydrological modelling combined with event based sampling pp. 527 - 527
[Acquista]
48667 AURELI-A.
UN and UNESCO overview on groundwater policy and governance pp. 529 - 529
[Acquista]
48668 BAZZA-M.
Key actions for context-specific governance of groundwater pp. 531 - 531
[Acquista]
48669 BENABDALLAH-S., LATIFA-B., AHMED-G.
Groundwater governance and water integrity: an attempt for risk assessment pp. 532 - 532
[Acquista]
48670 MAURO-E., BELAIDI-M., HAMIL-S.
Impact of WR management policies in Miidja Plan Aquifer pp. 533 - 533
[Acquista]
48671 KADIRHODJAEV-A.
Some features of groundwater formation and their rational use in Uzbekistan pp. 534 - 534
[Acquista]
48672 ONORATI-G., BUSSETTINI-M., PERCOPO-C.
Groundwater monitoring in the European Union 2000-2015 according WFD and GW Directive pp. 535 - 535
[Acquista]
48673 PARIZEK-K.
Education And Translation Through Images Fieldtrips And Reports Guide The Need To Integrate Science, Engineers And Policy - An Egyptian Case Study pp. 536 - 536
[Acquista]
48674 PURI-S.
In what way can we differentiate "water governance" from "groundwater governance"? - an attempt to better focus the minds of policy makers pp. 537 - 537
[Acquista]
48675 RIEMANN-K., SINAWO-J., RUST-J.
A framework for integrated water governance at local government level pp. 538 - 538
[Acquista]
48676 ROMERO-OLIVERA-D.A., CARRILLO-RIVERA-J.J.
Integrated methodology considering Hydrogeological Sciences: towards a Human Right to Water based Groundwater Governance in Mexico pp. 539 - 539
[Acquista]
48677 SANDHU-C., GRISCHEK-T., GHOSH-N.C., KIMOTHI-P.C.
Strengthening the link between research and civil society for the propagation of riverbank filtration for drinking water production in India pp. 540 - 540
[Acquista]
48678 CRUZ-J.N.S.
Governance of Guarani Aquifer -Science and Management pp. 541 - 541
[Acquista]
48679 SIMMONS-C., ANDERSON-M., BREDEHOEFT-J., FREEZE-A., GORELICK-S., KONIKOW-L., DE MARSILY-G., SUDICKY-E., VOSS-C.I.
Call for an International Strategic Plan for Groundwater pp. 542 - 542
[Acquista]
48680 DE SOUZA-FERNANDES-L.C.
Guarani Aquifer System (GAS): Outcrop Areas and Land Use. Case Study: Araraquara City - Brazil pp. 543 - 543
[Acquista]
48681 STONE-A.
Oil & gas and groundwater policy: the role of hydrogeologists in the fracking issue pp. 544 - 544
[Acquista]
48682 TANIGUCHI-M.
Optimal groundwater governance for human-environmental security pp. 545 - 545
[Acquista]
48683 AMORE-L.
Guarani Aquifer System Governance: challenges and opportunities pp. 547 - 547
[Acquista]
48684 ANSEMS-N., KUKURIC-N.
Information Management System for Transboundary Aquifers pp. 548 - 548
[Acquista]
48685 BRENCIC-M., SCHLAMBERGER-J., POLTNIG-W., KRANJC-S., FREUNDL-G.
Drinking water protection zones on transboundary karstic groundwater body of Karavanke/Karawanken between Austria and Slovenia pp. 549 - 549
[Acquista]
48686 RESENDE-T.C., LONGUEVERGNE-L., AURELI-A.
Towards innovative groundwater resources evaluation for water management decisions and policies: application of GRACE observations to transboundary aquifers pp. 550 - 550
[Acquista]
48687 MENANI-M.R.
The transboundary water resources of the Northern Saharan Aquifer System (SASS) - Analysis of the risk of conflict pp. 551 - 551
[Acquista]
48688 PODOLNY-O.
Assessment of Pretashkent transboundary aquifer pp. 552 - 552
[Acquista]
48689 PURI-S.
The 'known knowns, known unknowns, unknown unknowns' of transboundary aquifer systems pp. 553 - 553
[Acquista]
48690 SHIMADA-J.
Success story of transboundary management of groundwater quantity and challenge for its qualitative management through agricultural activities under the warm humid climate of Kumamoto, Japan pp. 554 - 554
[Acquista]
48691 SZOCS-T., PRESTOR-J., NADOR-A., RMAN-N., CERNAK-R., TOTH-G., LAPANJE-A., SCHUBERT-G.
Developing guidelines for implementing good governance of transboundary aquifers pp. 555 - 555
[Acquista]
48692 ROZIC-P.Z., RADMAN-I., KARLEUSA-B., MARKOVIC-T., CURK-B.C., TERZIC-J., RUBINIC-J., BRENCIC-M.
Transboundary water resources management in the Adriatic region pp. 556 - 556
[Acquista]
48693 ARREY-I.A., MAKUNGO-R., KATAKA-M., ODIYO-J.
Groundwater vulnerability assessment by infiltration in the vadose zone in Siloam village, South Africa pp. 558 - 558
[Acquista]
48694 CURK-B.C., VIZINTIN-G., CELARC-S., SOUVENT-P.
An Expert System as a Support to the Decision Making Process in the Field of Groundwater Management for Alluvial Groundwater Bodies in Slovenia pp. 559 - 559
[Acquista]
48695 DAHLHAUS-P., MACLEOD-A., MURPHY-A., THOMPSON-H., MCKENNA-K.
Changing practices: the impact of making groundwater data visible through an interoperative web portal in Victoria, Australia pp. 560 - 560
[Acquista]
48696 DASSARGUES-A., BROUYERE-S.
Towards processes-based groundwater vulnerability assessments pp. 561 - 561
[Acquista]
48697 DATEL-J.V., HRABANKOVA-A.
The risks of flooding and drought related to local groundwater resources in rural municipalities pp. 562 - 562
[Acquista]
48698 DOVERI-M., DA PRATO -S., ELLERO-A., LELLI-M., MASETTI-G., MENICHINI-M., NISI-B., RACO-B.
A multidisciplinary approach for aquifer system characterization aimed to the effective management of groundwater resources pp. 563 - 563
[Acquista]
48699 DOVERI-M., DA PRATO -S., ELLERO-A., LELLI-M., MASETTI-G., MENICHINI-M., NISI-B., RACO-B.
The application of integrated approach in managing transboundary groundwater resources: case study of Bientina aquifer system (North Tuscany, Italy) pp. 564 - 564
[Acquista]
48700 DUCCI-D.
Aquifer Vulnerability to contamination maps: are they really intrinsic? pp. 565 - 565
[Acquista]
48701 FATKHUTDINOV-A., STEFAN-C., RINGLEB-J., SALLWEY-J.
A web-GIS based modeling and data management tool for groundwater applications pp. 566 - 566
[Acquista]
48703 A hydro-economic framework for policy analysis in coupled agricultural groundwater systems pp. 567 - 567
[Acquista]
48704 Downscaling experiment with a laboratory soil tank under a constant infiltration rate as a basis of the design and optimization of irrigation system pp. 568 - 568
[Acquista]
48705 discursive institutionalist look at groundwater governance: exploring the role of ideas and discourses for fresh water provision in rural and peri-urban Malawi pp. 569 - 569
[Acquista]
48706 A decision support framework for managing microbial risks in groundwater supply systems pp. 570 - 570
[Acquista]
48707 Hydro-economic modelling for groundwater nitrate pollution management pp. 571 - 571
[Acquista]
48708 The KINDRA H2020 Project: a knowledge inventory for hydrogeology research pp. 572 - 572
[Acquista]
48709 Contribution of hydroeconomic models to the investigation of sustainable groundwater management strategies pp. 573 - 573
[Acquista]
48710 Holistic approach for planning and implementation of managed aquifer recharge applications pp. 574 - 574
[Acquista]
48711 New approaches to integrate the time dimension in groundwater vulnerability assessments pp. 575 - 575
[Acquista]
48712 Environmental Baselines: Methane in UK groundwater pp. 577 - 577
[Acquista]
48713 Diagnosis for an environmental management plan of aquifer in an urban area. Case study: Aburrá Valley, Colombia pp. 578 - 578
[Acquista]
48714 Controlling factors and occurrence of inorganic and organic compounds in groundwater of urban and industrial areas pp. 579 - 579
[Acquista]
48715 QUALINET: an innovative GIS-based tool to assess groundwater quality in the framework of the WFD pp. 580 - 580
[Acquista]
48716 Area specific restoration programmes for groundwater bodies in poor quantitative status: from scenarios to implementation pp. 581 - 581
[Acquista]
48717 The Italian threshold values for Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and related short chain perfluorinated alkyl acids in groundwater pp. 582 - 582
[Acquista]
48718 Do Oil and Water Mix? The need for a coherent law of transboundary aquifers pp. 583 - 583
[Acquista]
48719 Justice Blind to Hidden Water? Transboundary aquifer governance: a challenge for environmental justice pp. 584 - 584
[Acquista]
48720 A phreatic groundwater level indicator : from monthly status assessment to daily forecasts pp. 585 - 585
[Acquista]
48721 Stakeholder engagement and perspectives of domestic wastewater treatment system management: A case study from the Republic of Ireland pp. 586 - 586
[Acquista]
48722 Assessment of renewable and available groundwater resources for water management planning pp. 587 - 587
[Acquista]
48723 A new approach to the aquifer systems in the river basin management: strategic aquifer concept pp. 588 - 588
[Acquista]
48724 Groundwater resources sustainability through spatial planning pp. 589 - 589
[Acquista]
48725 Groundwater chemical status assessment in the presence of geochemical background: examples from southern Europe aquifers pp. 590 - 590
[Acquista]
48726 Influence of intercorrelation distance on the spatial representativeness of piezometric monitoring network on the Daule aquifer in Guayas River Basin, Ecuador pp. 591 - 591
[Acquista]
48727 Groundwater management: the New South Wales approach pp. 592 - 592
[Acquista]
48728 From science to practice, the example of hydrokarst project pp. 593 - 593
[Acquista]
48729 Density-Driven Groundwater Flow: Seawater Intrusion, Natural Convection, and Other Phenomena pp. 595 - 595
[Acquista]
48730 Hydrogeological study of Nauru island pp. 597 - 597
[Acquista]
48731 Application of the SITE index to some Mediterranean coastal aquifers pp. 598 - 598
[Acquista]
48732 Groundwater vulnerability to seawater intrusion in volcanic islands inferred from harmonic decomposition of hydrogeological time series pp. 599 - 599
[Acquista]
48733 Understanding the recharge mechanism and groundwater salinization processes using isotopic and geochemical tracers in an irrigated coastal area, Northeastern of Tunisia pp. 600 - 600
[Acquista]
48734 Evaluation of marine intrusion, a comparative study in coastal semi-arid regions: Essaouira basin (Morocco) vs. Algarve basin (Portugal) using geochemical and isotope techniques pp. 601 - 601
[Acquista]
48735 3D semi-analytical solution for density driven flow in saturated porous media pp. 602 - 602
[Acquista]
48736 Hydrogeochemical and hydrodynamic effects in an artificial recharge experience in a salinized coastal aquifer (Vall de Uxó, Spain) pp. 603 - 603
[Acquista]
48737 Monitoring network of seawater intrusion in the gravelly confined aquifer of the coastal Pisan Plain (North Tuscany, Italy) pp. 604 - 604
[Acquista]
48738 Spatiotemporal dynamics of seawater intrusion into the Oropesa-Vinaroz detrital aquifer system (Spain) through the evolution of hydrochemical facies (HFE-Diagram) pp. 605 - 605
[Acquista]
48739 Groundwater salinization processes in coastal carbonate aquifers: Daweijia well field of Dalian, northeast China pp. 606 - 606
[Acquista]
48740 Assessment of aquifer vulnerability to seawater intrusion using GALDIT index: (Case study: Anzali aquifer, Iran) pp. 607 - 607
[Acquista]
48741 Groundwater monitoring in the archeological site of Ostia Antica (Roma, Italy): first results pp. 608 - 608
[Acquista]
48742 Tide influence on groundwater head records: the filtering process pp. 609 - 609
[Acquista]
48743 Airborne Geophysics for hydrogeological system analysis in coastal areas pp. 610 - 610
[Acquista]
48744 Delineation of Seawater Intrusion of a coastal Aquifer-A Case Study from Puri District,India pp. 611 - 611
[Acquista]
48745 Numerical simulation of groundwater salinity by non-conventional water irrigation under different scenarios of water management pp. 612 - 612
[Acquista]
48746 Hydrogeological setting of the coastal aquifer of Rome pp. 613 - 613
[Acquista]
48747 Salt water intrusion: integrated use of investigation methods to understand the complex processes of salt water intrusion, as a basis for monitoring pp. 614 - 614
[Acquista]
48748 Conceptual and numerical model of submarine and subaerial coastal springs of Mar Piccolo (Taranto, Southern Italy) pp. 615 - 615
[Acquista]
48749 Sustainable Groundwater Management in Demre Coastal Aquifer (SW Turkey) pp. 617 - 617
[Acquista]
48750 Management of coastal groundwater resources: drought, tsunami and anthropic pressures pp. 618 - 618
[Acquista]
48751 Coastal aquifers within implementation of ICZM protocol pp. 619 - 619
[Acquista]
48752 Re-assessing coastal groundwater management policy in the Algarve: estimating the potential for seawater intrusion pp. 620 - 620
[Acquista]
48753 Coastal groundwater aquifer exploitation and management in an extreme anthropogenic pressure area pp. 621 - 621
[Acquista]
48754 Nitrate contamination assessment in the Grombalia shallow aquifer (Tunisia) using a combined geostatistical and hydrogeochemical approach pp. 622 - 622
[Acquista]
48755 Groundwater flow and interaction between fresh and salt water in the Upper Coralline Limestone (north Malta) pp. 623 - 623
[Acquista]
48756 A website for collecting information on coastal aquifer dynamics and coastal zone management pp. 624 - 624
[Acquista]
48757 Sustainable groundwater management in Dar Es Salam coastal aquifer (Tanzania) pp. 625 - 625
[Acquista]
48758 Simple harmonic-analysis technique for separating out major tidal components in groundwater time-series data pp. 626 - 626
[Acquista]
48759 An integrated approach to monitoring a coastal water system for drinking water production: the case study of Alimini Piccolo lake (southern Italy) pp. 627 - 627
[Acquista]
48760 Hydrogeochemical properties of water resources of Karaburun Peninsula, Izmir, Western Turkey pp. 629 - 629
[Acquista]
48761 The use of multi-tracers for understanding groundwater quality changes in Recife (Brazil): implications for long-term management in coastal metropolitan areas pp. 630 - 630
[Acquista]
48762 Hydrogeological study in the coastal aquifer of Pierrefonds using an integrated approach: geophysical investigations, time series analysis and numerical modeling pp. 631 - 631
[Acquista]
48763 Devastation of aquifers from tsunami-like storm surge by super typhoon Haiyan pp. 632 - 632
[Acquista]
48764 Application of multi-isotope data (18O, D, 3H, 13C, 15N, and 34S) to characterize biogeochemical processes affecting nitrogen and sulfur in an anthropogenic impacted alluvial coastal aquifer pp. 633 - 633
[Acquista]
48765 Numerical characterization of the groundwater dynamics in karst, coastal aquifers: the example of the Gulf of Taranto (southern Italy) pp. 634 - 634
[Acquista]
48766 Utilization of hydrogeochemistry and isotopes in conceptual hydrogeologic modeling of coastal aquifer systems: a case study from Göksu Delta, southern Turkey pp. 635 - 635
[Acquista]
48767 Impact of the Buffels river membrane on soil and groundwater quality downstream of the Spektakel Cu mining district pp. 636 - 636
[Acquista]
48768 Hydrogeology and groundwater evaluation of a shallow coastal aquifer, southern Akwa Ibom State (Nigeria) pp. 637 - 637
[Acquista]
48769 Hydro-geochemical and isotope characterization of the coastal groundwater: a case study in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh pp. 638 - 638
[Acquista]
48770 Optimal design of observation well network for groundwater surfaces estimation using genetic algorithm: case study Qazvin Plain Aquifer province, Iran pp. 639 - 639
[Acquista]
48771 The naturally protected aquifer of Recife (Brazil) versus its very intense exploitation pp. 640 - 640
[Acquista]
48772 A study on distribution of NO3-N in groundwater and groundwater flow in the reservoir area of Sunagawa underground dam, Miyako Island, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan pp. 641 - 641
[Acquista]
48773 Algae control on natural arsenic mobilisation in ground- and surface water. A field study in a coastal wetland aquifer of the Doñana National Park (Spain) pp. 642 - 642
[Acquista]
48774 Numerical and experimental studies on solute transport in coastal area pp. 643 - 643
[Acquista]
48775 Carbon-14 age of groundwater in freshwater-saltwater mixing zone pp. 644 - 644
[Acquista]
48776 A large scale model approach finalised to the management of coastal groundwater resources: the case of Salento (southern Italy) pp. 645 - 645
[Acquista]
48777 Modelling groundwater saewater contamination in a coastal aquifer: the case of Sibari Plain (Calabria) pp. 646 - 646
[Acquista]
48778 Hydrogeochemical characterization of groundwater in the shallow coastal aquifers of Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India pp. 647 - 647
[Acquista]
48779 Modeling heterogeneity impact on saltwater intrusion in coastal aquifers pp. 648 - 648
[Acquista]
48780 Assessment of groundwater quality due to ash pond in a coastal aquifer through stable isotopic studies pp. 649 - 649
[Acquista]
48781 Sensitivity analysis of coastal aquifers characteristics impact in Theis and Cooper- Jacob interpretation of pumping tests: the case of Motril-Salobreña (SE Spain) pp. 650 - 650
[Acquista]
48782 Coastal Aquifers in Brazil: A General View on Resources, Vulnerability and Management Issues pp. 651 - 651
[Acquista]
48783 Geochemical and isotope investigation of salinization process in coastal aquifer system of Skhira region (southeastern Tunisia) pp. 652 - 652
[Acquista]
48784 Developing and Protecting an Urban Groundwater Supply in a Coastal Sand and Gravel Aquifer, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada pp. 653 - 653
[Acquista]
48785 Groundwater-seawater mixing dynamics and fluxes through sediments overlying zones of discrete seepage and the flooding of its subterranean estuary pp. 655 - 655
[Acquista]
48786 Groundwater-Surface Water Exchange Processes Driving the Input of Anthropogenic Radioactivity to the Pacific Ocean from the Marshall Islands pp. 656 - 656
[Acquista]
48787 The role of piezometric and electrical conductivity continuous measurement in the characterization of the recharge and salinity of Sidi Moussa coastal aquifer, Morocco pp. 657 - 657
[Acquista]
48788 Potential impacts of inundation on water quality and saltwater intrusion pp. 658 - 658
[Acquista]
48789 Numerical investigation of the vulnerability of groundwater resources in small island aquifers to groundwater recharge decline, sea-level rise and coastal erosion pp. 659 - 659
[Acquista]
48790 Using environmental tracers for investigation of submarine groundwater discharge on the territory Adjara, Georgia pp. 660 - 660
[Acquista]
48791 Assessing the potential for offshore freshwater occurrence: Data needs and future research opportunities pp. 661 - 661
[Acquista]
48792 Assessment of sub-surface groundwater discharge in the Malta Mean Sea Level Aquifer system pp. 662 - 662
[Acquista]
48793 Impacts of submarine groundwater discharge on coastal ecosysystem pp. 663 - 663
[Acquista]
48794 New Advances on the Application of Environmental Isotopes in Remediation Studies of Organic Contaminants in Groundwater pp. 665 - 665
[Acquista]
48795 Environmental Issues For Shale Gas Development: A Hydrogeological Perspective pp. 666 - 666
[Acquista]
48796 Barometric pumping of a fractured porous medium pp. 668 - 668
[Acquista]
48797 Non-Isothermal multiphase flow in a fractured reservoir during CO2 storage pp. 669 - 669
[Acquista]
48798 Implementation of a laboratory scale aquifer-well model pp. 670 - 670
[Acquista]
48799 Aquifer pollution's sources identification with the reciprocity principle pp. 671 - 671
[Acquista]
48800 Hydrogeochemical modeling in coastal carbonate aquifer: porosity and permeability evolution during calcite dissolution and precipitation reactions pp. 672 - 672
[Acquista]
48801 Developing stratigraphic and facies based divisions of thermal water reservoirs for sustainable utilization pp. 673 - 673
[Acquista]
48802 The saline contamination of wells in the Oltrepò Pavese plain (northern Italy): prediction and decision making with classifiers and influence diagrams pp. 674 - 674
[Acquista]
48803 Assessment of local-scale hydraulic conductivity via assimilation of travel time data from ERT-monitored tracer tests pp. 675 - 675
[Acquista]
48804 Challenges and Potential Solutions in Geostatistical Inversion pp. 676 - 676
[Acquista]
48805 Overcoming challenges in modelling hydrological and geomorphological dynamics of tropical peatlands pp. 677 - 677
[Acquista]
48806 Application of Multi-frequency Oscillatory Hydraulic Tomography for estimating the transmissivity on a well field pp. 678 - 678
[Acquista]
48807 Transmissivity Field Estimation Through Empirical Bayes pp. 679 - 679
[Acquista]
48808 Predicting macroscopic properties of porous media using lattice Boltzmann models pp. 680 - 680
[Acquista]
48809 Alluvial aquifers characterization and modelling using stocasthic methods and field head measurements analysis pp. 681 - 681
[Acquista]
48810 Improved PEST Performance with Proxy and Surrogate Models pp. 682 - 682
[Acquista]
48811 A Hydrogeological Model in a Complex System. Study Case: "Eje Bananero del Urabá Antioqueño", Colombia pp. 683 - 683
[Acquista]
48812 Pumping test diagnostic plots for the investigation of flow patterns in complex aquifers: field and numerical results pp. 684 - 684
[Acquista]
48813 smart Kd concept in a practical test - Comparisons of transport simulations with r 3t and PHAST pp. 685 - 685
[Acquista]
48814 Comparison of three direct methods of inversion for the identification of transmissivity from source and head data: tests on synthetic aquifers and real data pp. 686 - 686
[Acquista]
48815 The integration of data from various sources and scales in the development of groundwater models pp. 687 - 687
[Acquista]
48816 Fluid flow and heat transport evolution on geological time scale for the margin of unconfined and confined carbonate sequence pp. 688 - 688
[Acquista]
48817 Model calibration; transparency; uncertainty Practical Use of Computationally Frugal Model Analysis Methods pp. 689 - 689
[Acquista]
48818 Comparative history matching studies based on Bayesian inversion techniques for spatial characterizations of hydraulic properties pp. 690 - 690
[Acquista]
48819 Analysis of the stresses induced by preferential flow paths in river embankments pp. 691 - 691
[Acquista]
48820 Changes of hydraulic parameter characteristics in a deep vadose zone in the North China Plain pp. 692 - 692
[Acquista]
48821 Geostatistical modelling of hydrofacies in the subsoil of Porto Marghera and the Lagoon of Venice (NE, Italy): implications for aquifer connectivity assessment pp. 693 - 693
[Acquista]
48822 ALGOMESH: a new software tool for building groundwater models with unstructured grids pp. 694 - 694
[Acquista]
48823 Significance of the conceptual hydrogeological model forming for defining purposes of type and method of the drainage system derivation in the riparian land of Iron Gate 1 HPP pp. 695 - 695
[Acquista]
48824 Modeling As release and attenuation by considering a threshold energy for microbially mediated redox reactions pp. 696 - 696
[Acquista]
48825 Model based scenario analysis for planning and design of managed aquifer recharge sites pp. 697 - 697
[Acquista]
48826 Comparison of prismatic and tetrahedral meshing approaches for groundwater simulation at a mine site pp. 698 - 698
[Acquista]
48827 Modeling Application in Evaluating Interactions between Groundwater and Surface Water due to Phosphate Mining Activities pp. 699 - 699
[Acquista]
48828 Inhabitual physical, numerical and information water related modeling aspects pp. 700 - 700
[Acquista]
48829 Assessing the risk of groundwater drawdown induced land-subsidence pp. 701 - 701
[Acquista]
48830 Multiscale methods for reactive transport in porous media pp. 702 - 702
[Acquista]
48831 Delineation of connectivity structures and their influence on flow and transport for highly heterogeneous fields pp. 703 - 703
[Acquista]
48832 Groundwater recharge estimation using time series models and hybrid water table fluctuation method pp. 704 - 704
[Acquista]
48833 Numerical assessment of factors influencing groundwater level changes with groundwater flow simulation considering unsaturated flow in Japanese paddy dominated area pp. 705 - 705
[Acquista]
48834 Use of environmental stable isotopes to evaluate nitrate distribution in the overburden and bedrock aquifer pp. 707 - 707
[Acquista]
48835 Leakage of mantle helium into groundwater of Kazan Trona Basin, Ankara, Turkey pp. 708 - 708
[Acquista]
48836 Isotopic tools applied to the hydrogeochemical characterization and the identification of contamination sources in the Oued Biskra watershed (Algeria) pp. 709 - 709
[Acquista]
48837 Environmental isotopes (N, S, C, O, D) applied to the hydrogeochemical characterization of the Oum Zessar watershed (Tunisia) pp. 710 - 710
[Acquista]
48838 Groundwater - wetland interactions in the north-eastern Kilombero catchment, Tanzania pp. 711 - 711
[Acquista]
48839 Groundwater recharge, rooting depth and upward water vapor transport: Investigations in the unsaturated zone using artificial deuterium (2H) in semi-ari environments pp. 712 - 712
[Acquista]
48840 Natural attenuation of septic system nitrogen: a case study in Killarney Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada pp. 713 - 713
[Acquista]
48841 Geochemical tracers of groundwater age used to investigate the origin and water quality of marine groundwater as a desalination feedstock pp. 714 - 714
[Acquista]
48842 Establishing the local meteoric water line of El Cajon reservoir, Honduras pp. 715 - 715
[Acquista]
48843 Time-series of tritium in streamwater reveal transit time variability and relationships with groundwater storage pp. 716 - 716
[Acquista]
48844 Biodegradation hot-spots at the soil/ groundwater interface of a contaminated aquifer pp. 717 - 717
[Acquista]
48845 The impact of domestic wastewater treatment system effluent on private water wells: an evaluation of contamination fingerprinting techniques pp. 718 - 718
[Acquista]
48846 Influence of environmental conditions on the stability of dye tracers Brilliant Blue FCF, Uranine und Eosine Y pp. 719 - 719
[Acquista]
48847 Modeling unsaturated zone stable isotope depth profiles in an evaporation dominated environment pp. 720 - 720
[Acquista]
48848 Stable isotopes in precipitation of Corsica (France) and insights into insular isotopic signature of groundwater pp. 721 - 721
[Acquista]
48849 Multiple tracer study in the coastal plains of southern Fukushima, Japan pp. 722 - 722
[Acquista]
48850 Quantifying the impact of immobile water regions on the fate of nitro aromatic compounds in dual-porosity media pp. 723 - 723
[Acquista]
48851 Cave-drip water studies on stable isotope composition to improve catchment elevation estimations in the Jeita spring catchment, Lebanon pp. 724 - 724
[Acquista]
48852 Use of stable isotopes and electrical conductivity to assess groundwater transit-time distribution during river bank filtration in an urban area (Munich, Germany) pp. 725 - 725
[Acquista]
48854 Groundwater dynamics in the carbonate aquifer based on numerical modelling and environmental tracers: 3H, SF6, CFCs. Case study from Poland pp. 726 - 726
[Acquista]
48855 Mean Residence Time of Groundwater and Emergency Drinking Water Supply pp. 727 - 727
[Acquista]
48856 Tracers to study runoff generation in mountainous permafrost of semi-arid northeastern Mongolia pp. 728 - 728
[Acquista]
48857 Origin of salinity in the regional aquifer of Mexico City pp. 729 - 729
[Acquista]
48858 Interpreting Tracer Transport over a Large Scale in a Discrete Rock Fracture pp. 730 - 730
[Acquista]
48859 Stable Isotope Tracing of a Sulfate Pulse Following Flooding of a Forested Peat Marsh pp. 731 - 731
[Acquista]
48860 Stable isotopes of chlorine and bromine in a coal seam gas aquifer: implications for methanogenesis and aquifer connectivity pp. 732 - 732
[Acquista]
48861 Controls on the δ18O signature of groundwater in a maritime climate pp. 733 - 733
[Acquista]
48862 Stable isotopes, tritium, CFCs and noble gases in the Gacka River Region (Croatia) pp. 734 - 734
[Acquista]
48863 Tracing CO2-water-rock interaction and groundwater circulation with geochemical and isotopic tools: the Riardo basin (CE province, Southern Italy) pp. 735 - 735
[Acquista]
48864 Geochemistry study for evaluate the mixing possibility of oil-field brine water and shallow groundwater near active fault of Kirkuk - Iraq pp. 736 - 736
[Acquista]
48865 Oxygen and hydrogen stable isotope signals of tap water in the worlld pp. 737 - 737
[Acquista]
48866 Strontium isotopic identification of water-rock interaction and groundwater mixing ratios within the multilayered coastal aquifer of Bonifacio (Corsica, France) pp. 738 - 738
[Acquista]
48867 Assessing the efficiency of remediation system on groundwater flow using groundwater isotopes (δ18O, δD and 3H) pp. 739 - 739
[Acquista]
48868 Cl/Br ratios of wet deposition across the United States pp. 740 - 740
[Acquista]
48869 Tools and challenges in using stable water isotopes in hydrology pp. 741 - 741
[Acquista]
48870 The contribution of DNA and fluorescent tracer for the identification of connections in karst and fissured aquifer pp. 742 - 742
[Acquista]
48871 Altitude effect on isotopic composition of mountain springs from the northern Apennines of Italy pp. 743 - 743
[Acquista]
48872 Sulfur hexafluoride and environmental isotope-based investigation of the groundwater flow in landslide slope of agricultural land area in Japan pp. 744 - 744
[Acquista]
48873 Groundwater and surface water interaction revealed by multi-tracers approach in coastal watersheds, north-east Tunisia pp. 745 - 745
[Acquista]
48874 Carbon geochemistry and groundwater dynamics at natural analogue site Velenje Basin: insights from hydrogeochemistry, mineralogy and carbon isotopes pp. 746 - 746
[Acquista]
48875 Use of environmental isotope tools for the assessment of groundwater resources and their vulnerability in a fissured-carbonate aquifer pp. 747 - 747
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48876 Quantification of water flow and solute transport through unsaturated zone using bromide experiments: a lysimeter study pp. 748 - 748
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48877 Delineation of Kaolinised Zones by using Three Dimenstional Resistivity Imaging in a Typical Kondalitic Terrain to Contain Water Well Failures pp. 750 - 750
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48878 High-resolution hydrogeophysics and elevation datasets reveal importance of Cenozoic tectonics for surface hydrology and groundwater processes in Australia pp. 751 - 751
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48879 Integration of temporal remote sensing and hydrogeophysics datasets to rapidly map, characterize and assess potential groundwater and managed aquifer recharge targets in Australia pp. 752 - 752
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48880 SMART Aquifer Characterisation in New Zealand pp. 753 - 753
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48881 Comparing coupled and uncoupled hydrogeophysical inversions using ensemble Kalman filter assimilation of ERT-monitored tracer test data pp. 754 - 754
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48882 Geophysical techniques for hydrological and hydrogeological characterization pp. 755 - 755
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48885 Investigating surface water/ groundwater interaction between the Zambezi Wetlands and the Kalahari Supergroup sediments at Kasaya in southwestern Zambia using geophysical methods pp. 756 - 756
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48886 Active/Passive measurements using Distributed Temperature Sensors (DTS) for Soil Thermo-Hydraulic Characterization pp. 757 - 757
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48887 The use of the Vadose Zone Experimental Setup as an innovative in situ characterization method for the vadose zone: a case study at an industrial contaminated site in Belgium pp. 758 - 758
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48888 Characterizing hydraulic conductivity of sediments in relation to chargeability and electrical resistivity pp. 759 - 759
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48889 Towards understanding the uncertainties of groundwater volume estimates incorporating multi-scale hydrogeophysics and hydrochemical data: a case study in the Darling River floodplain, Australia pp. 760 - 760
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48890 Obtaining hydraulic parameters of aquifers from thin sections - a methodological proposal pp. 761 - 761
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48891 A combined hydrogeological, hydrochemical, and geophysical investigation at Rumonge, Burundi, targeting groundwater with low iron content pp. 762 - 762
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48892 Electrokinetic component of the self-potential for complex aquifer system characterization pp. 763 - 763
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48893 Near surface geophysical techniques for contaminated groundwater: laboratory experiments pp. 764 - 764
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48894 An integrated approach using non-invasive techniques for the identification of potential riverbank filtration sites in mountainous areas pp. 765 - 765
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48895 ERT monitoring for assessing the effects of irrigation with a blend of desalinated/brackish groundwater on an instrumented experimental plot pp. 766 - 766
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48896 Impact of River Seine on Groundwater Temperature in the aquifers of Paris area (France) : Extent, Attenuation, and Phase Lag of Seasonal Variation pp. 768 - 768
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48897 Modelling Strategies for CBM Impact Assessment pp. 769 - 769
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48898 Perspectives and imprints of hydrogeologic flow on hydrocarbon incidences in the Niger Delta pp. 770 - 770
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48899 Stream Monitoring for Evaluating Groundwater Methane Associated with Shale-Gas Development pp. 771 - 771
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48900 Modelling Coalbed Methane (CBM) Impacts on Regional Groundwater Systems: Upscaling a CBM Reservoir Model pp. 772 - 772
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48901 Stochastic Permeability Modelling Using Lithological, Petrophysical, DST, Core and Pumping Test Data pp. 773 - 773
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48902 Baseline water quality of shallow groundwater in the Jiaoshi Shale gas region and fracturing fluid - shale rock interaction pp. 774 - 774
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48903 Neuquen Group and Rayoso Formation Aquifer System (S.A.Ne.Ra.), Neuquen Basin, Argentina: proposed denomination, study and Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) pp. 775 - 775
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48904 Assessing groundwater interactions with Underground Pumped Storage Hydroelectricity using open pits or deep mines pp. 776 - 776
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48905 Will water scarcity in semiarid regions limit hydraulic fracturing of shale plays? pp. 777 - 777
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48906 Characterising deep and shallow groundwater as a precursor to shale-gas extraction in the Karoo Basin, South Africa pp. 778 - 778
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48907 A Comprehensive Parametric and Structural Sensitivity Analysis of a Complex Reservoir Model pp. 779 - 779
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48908 A Methodology for Regional Parameterisation of Hydraulic Conductivity by Numerical Permeameters pp. 780 - 780
[Acquista]
48909 Hydrogeological mapping for groundwater resources evaluation (northeastern Tunisia) pp. 782 - 782
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48910 Mapping the regional hydrogeological units, flow systems and chemical-thermal groundwater features in a sedimentary basin, Argentina pp. 783 - 783
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48911 Groundwater Quality Map of Asia pp. 784 - 784
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48912 A new GIS layer of the uppermost European aquifer systems based on the "International Hydrogeological Map of Europe 1 : 1,500,000" pp. 785 - 785
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48913 Recharge areas of deep aquifers mapping: issues and first identification in Vercelli Plain (NW Italy) pp. 786 - 786
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48914 Geophysical, geochemical and isotopic characterization at hydrogeological basin scale as an essential source for building D.S.S.: the case of alluvial aquifer system in Milan area (Northern Italy) pp. 787 - 787
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48915 DRASTIC-Sg Model: linking groundwater vulnerability and differential land subsidence in Mexico City pp. 788 - 788
[Acquista]
48916 The Map of groundwater salinization in inland useful aquifers in North and Central Poland - hydrochemical record of upward migration of Mesozoic brines pp. 789 - 789
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Rendiconti online della Società Geologica Italiana, 2016, vol. 39
Cod.SGI Articolo
48061 AA.VV.-..
Introduzione pp. 3 - 3
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48062 CIAMPI-C., BOTTAI-L., GIUSTI-B., CORONGIU-M., LUCCHESI-F., SASSOLI-U.
Tendenze recenti della crescita insediativa. Il contributo della banca dati Uso e Copertura del Suolo di Regione Toscana (2007/2010/2013) pp. 4 - 7
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48063 BORDONI-M., PERSICHILLO-M., MEISINA-C.
The role of the vineyards on slope stability: a case study from an area susceptible to shallow landslides pp. 8 - 11
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48064 MEI-A., MANZO-C., FONTINOVO-G., MEROLA-P., BASSANI-C., ALLEGRINI-A.
Anthropogenic activities monitoring by a multi-sensor approach: a case study of Rossano (CS) landfill pp. 12 - 15
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48065 CORONGIU-M., BOTTAI-L., PERNA-M., ZANCHI-B., LAVORINI-G.
Il rischio idrogeologico connesso al “disuso” del suolo in ambito collinare montano della Toscana settentrionale pp. 16 - 18
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48066 SCHENATO-L., BOSSI-G., MARCATO-G., PASUTO-A.
Cumulative monitoring of strain in concrete structures with polymer optical fibers pp. 19 - 22
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48067 SOFIA-G., TAROLLI-P.
Automatic characterization of road networks under forest cover: advances in the analysis of roads and geomorphic process interaction pp. 23 - 26
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48068 CAVALLI-M., TAROLLI-P., DALLA FONTANA-G., MARCHI-L.
Multi-temporal analysis of sediment source areas and sediment connectivity in the Rio Cordon catchment (Dolomites) pp. 27 - 30
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48069 BOSSI-G., SCHENATO-L., MARCATO-G.
Data fusion for dissemination: web applications for the visualization of monitoring data pp. 31 - 34
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48070 GOLDIN-B., RUDAZ-B., BARDOU-E.
Application of a sediment connectivity GIS-based index in a basin undergoing glacier retreat: the case study of the Navizence catchment pp. 35 - 38
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48071 MANZO-C., MEI-A., BASSANI-C., ALLEGRINI-A.
Analysis of anthropic activities by optical remote sensing data at different spatial, spectral and temporal resolutions pp. 39 - 42
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48072 CUGINI-M., MANDELLI-S., VOLTOLINA-D., CAPPELLINI-G., BORDOGNA-G., STERLACCHINI-S.
Valutazione della predisposizione all'incendio boschivo a scala regionale: una modellazione per misure di mitigazione ambientale pp. 43 - 46
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48073 VENTURINI-T., TREFOLINI-E., PATELLI-E., BROGGI-M., TULIANI-G., DISPERATI-L.
Mapping slope deposits depth by means of cluster analysis: a comparative assessment pp. 47 - 50
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48074 DISPERATI-L., GREGORI-F., PERNA-M., MANETTI-F., LAVORINI-G., VILLORESI-C.
Bi-temporal change analysis of satellite imagery to detect landslides triggered by intense rainfall events pp. 51 - 54
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48075 ALBERTI-M., LALOUX-M., ZANIERI-M.
Tools for structural geology analysis in QGIS pp. 55 - 59
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48076 DI PIETRO-G., RINNONE-F., SALVAGGIO-A.
MobileMap Italy: an app for consulting and querying geographical open data on smartphone pp. 60 - 63
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48077 ZAZZERI-M., STERLACCHINI-S.
Modelli idraulici per la ricostruzione dell’evento del Luglio 1987 in Valtellina pp. 64 - 67
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48078 FRIGERIO-I., STRIGARO-D., MATTAVELLI-M., MUGNANO-S., DE AMICIS-M.
Costruzione di un indice di vulnerabilità sociale in relazione a pericolosità naturali per il territorio italiano pp. 68 - 71
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48079 DI LISIO-A., SISTO-M., ISCARO-C., RUSSO-F.
Geotourism and Economy in Irpinia (Campania, Italy) pp. 72 - 75
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48080 GIULIANO-M., MANZO-C.
From monument to geosite: a geomatic approach to link geological and cultural heritage pp. 76 - 80
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48081 BALESTRO-G., CASSULO-R., FESTA-A., FIORASO-G., GIARDINO-M., NICOLÒ-G., PEROTTI-L.
3D Geological visualizations of geoheritage information in the Monviso Massif (Western Alps) pp. 81 - 84
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48082 FORMENTIN-G., CONSONNI-M., SALA-S., FRANCANI-V.
Groundwater flow modeling to support water management scenarios – the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon pp. 85 - 88
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48083 ALBERTI-L., CANTONE-M., COLOMBO-L., OBERTO-G., LA LICATA-I.
Assessment of aquifers groundwater storage for the mitigation of climate change effects pp. 89 - 92
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48084 PETRONICI-F., BORGATTI-L., CERVI-F., PICCININI-L., BONAGA-G., MARCATO-G.
Hydrogeological monitoring and modelling in the S. Lorenzo road tunnel area (Passo della Morte, Udine) for the design of countermeasure works pp. 93 - 96
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48085 GAZZETTI-C., GOMEZ-L., SARANDREA-P., VERBENA-G.
Calibrazione di modelli di flusso e trasporto delle falde acquifere della città di Latina pp. 97 - 100
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48086 GRAVA-A., ROTIROTI-M., FUMAGALLI-L., BONOMI-T.
Optimization of a well system using the Ground Water Management package of MODFLOW-2000 pp. 101 - 104
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48087 BUARNÈ-F., ROTIROTI-M., FUMAGALLI-L., BONOMI-T.
Local refinement of a groundwater flow model aimed at assessing the environmental sustainability of a fish hatchery water supply pp. 105 - 108
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48088 GINOCCHI-M., CROSTA-G.F., ROTIROTI-M., BONOMI-T.
Analysis and prediction of groundwater level time series with Autoregressive Linear Models pp. 109 - 112
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48089 MENICHETTI-M., PIACENTINI-D., TROIANI-F., GUIDOTTI-G., NAPOLITANO-A.
Remote sensing investigation techniques for the analysis of rocky slope stability in remote areas: a test from the Sierra Madre Occidental, Mexico pp. 113 - 116
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48090 LOMBARDO-V., PIANA-F., FIORASO-G., IRACE-A., MIMMO-D., MOSCA-P., TALLONE-S., BARALE-L., MORELLI-M., GIARDINO-M.
The Classification Scheme of the Piemonte Geological Map and the OntoGeonous initiative pp. 117 - 120
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48091 ISCARO-C., DI LISIO-A., RUSSO-F., SISTO-M.
La Carta geoturistica della Provincia di Avellino (Campania): un esempio di interazione virtuosa tra SIT e Geoturismo pp. 121 - 124
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48092 IETTO-F., PERRI-F.
Landslide phenomena in weathered granitoid rocks of the Fabrizia surroundings (Serre Massif, southern Italy) pp. 126 - 129
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48093 VESPASIANO-G., APOLLARO-C., MUTO-F., DE ROSA-R., DOTSIKA-E., MARINI-L.
Preliminary geochemical characterization of the thermal waters of the Grotta delle Ninfe near Cerchiara di Calabria (South Italy) pp. 130 - 133
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48094 VESPASIANO-G., APOLLARO-C., MARINI-L., DOMINICI-R., CIANFLONE-G., ROMANAZZI-A., POLEMIO-M., DE ROSA-R.
Hydrogeological and isotopic study of the multi-aquifer system of the Sibari Plain (Calabria, Southern Italy). pp. 134 - 137
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48095 VESPASIANO-G., MARINI-L., APOLLARO-C., DE ROSA-R.
Preliminary geochemical characterization of the thermal waters of Caronte SPA springs (Calabria, South Italy) pp. 138 - 141
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48096 LAIENA-F., FEDELE-L., SEGHEDI-I., MORRA-V.
Petrochemical characterization of the upper Miocene Rodna-Bârgău subvolcanic district (Eastern Carpathians) pp. 142 - 145
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48097 MERCURIO-M., CIARCIA-S., RUSSO-F., GRIFA-C., MORRA-V., BUONDONNO-A., MERCURIO-V., DE BONIS-A., LANGELLA-A.
Unicuique suum tribuere: the latent geological influence on “Fiano di Avellino DOCG” terroir. Case Study pp. 146 - 149
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48098 DE BONIS-A., GUARINO-V., SERNICOLA-L.
On some unidentified ceramic objects from Seglamen, northern Ethiopia pp. 150 - 154
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48099 CONFORTI-M., RAGO-V., MUTO-F., VERSACE-P.
GIS-based statistical analysis for assessing shallow-landslide susceptibility along the highway in Calabria (southern Italy) pp. 155 - 158
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48100 GRAZIANO-S.F., PORZIO-G., DI BENEDETTO-C., DONDI-M., CAPPELLETTI-P.
Expanded clays in water treatment: some alternative filtration media pp. 159 - 162
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48101 MELCHIORRE-M., DI GIUSEPPE-D., TESSARI-U., FACCINI-B.
Particle density distribution in a fluvial floodplain pp. 163 - 165
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