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Artificial recharge of groundwater : proceedings of the third International Symposium on Artificial Recharge of Ground Water : TISAR 98, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 21-25 September 1998 /
edited by Jos H. Peters ... [et al.].
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Rotterdam ; Brookfield : A.A. Balkema, 1998.
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xviii, 474 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.
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9058090175
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This text covers the proceedings of the third International Symposium - TISAR 98, held in Amsterdam. Topics include: basin recharge; water management in arid regions; behaviour of pollutants; bank, basin, well and other types of recharge; and storage and recovery efficiency.
Table of Contents
Preface
Water in Europe
The role of artificial recharge of groundwater for the water supply of Amsterdam
Organization
Seawater intrusion reversed through artificial recharge beneath the Oxnard Plain, Californiap. 3
Sustainable groundwater management using artificial recharge in the Paris regionp. 9
Dynamic simulation model for water management of a large-scale artificial recharge systemp. 15
Maaskant Recharge Project: Monitoring and operation of the recharge systemp. 21
Role of artificial recharge in the water resources management of Kuwaitp. 29
The management of surface and groundwater resources in Lebanonp. 35
Successful operation of a large aquifer storage facility for a desert communityp. 41
The role of artificial recharge in integrated water management in Egyptp. 47
A conceptual and numerical model to characterize cloggingp. 55
Well clogging effects determined from mass balances and hydraulic response at a stormwater ASR sitep. 61
Effects of natural channel bed filtration prior to deep well injectionp. 67
Microbial growth and clogging in sand column experiments simulating artificial recharge of groundwaterp. 73
The San Gabriel Valley Recycled Water Demonstration Projectp. 81
Wastewater Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) - Towards sustainable reuse in South Australiap. 87
Column experiments to evaluate clogging and biogeochemical reactions in the vicinity of an effluent injection wellp. 93
Wastewater treatment and groundwater recharge for reuse in agriculture: Dan Region reclamation project, Shafdanp. 99
Removal of organic matter during bank filtrationp. 107
Long-term sustainability in artificial groundwater rechargep. 113
Fate of pollutants during artificial recharge and bank filtration in the Netherlandsp. 119
DNA-analysis to study the microbial diversity in recharged groundwaterp. 129
Temporal and spatial distribution patterns of Crustaceans inhabiting a slow sand filterp. 135
Fate of pathogens and consequences for the design of artificial recharge systemsp. 141
Predicting infiltration and mounding, and managing problem soilsp. 149
Tracking the movement of recharge water after infiltrationp. 155
Optimisation of artificial groundwater recharge system with infiltration galleriesp. 161
Ground water management system in Vienna - An evaluation after three years of operationp. 167
Creation of potable water reserve in Kuwait through artificial rechargep. 175
Deep well recharge in a polder area near the river Rhinep. 181
Simulation of the influence of recharged cold groundwater on temperature and level of surrounding groundwaterp. 187
ASR feasibility testing of the semi-confined Cretaceous Chalk aquifer of South Essex, Englandp. 193
Microparticle facilitated transport of contaminants during artificial groundwater rechargep. 205
Fate of cyanobacterial hepatotoxins in artificial recharge of groundwater and in bank filtrationp. 211
Arrenaes artificial recharge trial plant, Denmark - Hydrological and chemical aspectsp. 217
Fate and behaviour of atrazin in the Meijendel artificial recharge systemp. 223
Artificial recharge schemes in water resources development in Omanp. 231
Artificial recharge of a lake excavated for gravel extractionp. 237
Sprinkling infiltration in Finland: Effects on forest soil, percolation water and vegetationp. 243
An innovative drinking water concept based on double aquifer passagep. 249
Aquifer storage recovery: Recent developments in the United Statesp. 257
The use of modelling to predict the behaviour of ASR systemsp. 263
ASR, hydraulic and salinity response in unconfined/confined aquifersp. 269
Aquifer storage recovery - Wessex Water's experience using the chalk aquiferp. 275
Quality changes upon injection into anoxic aquifers in the Netherlands: Evaluation of 11 experimentsp. 283
Well recharge in California: Water quantity and quality considerationsp. 293
An experiment on well recharge of oxic water into an anoxic aquiferp. 299
Water quality modelling at the Langerak deep-well recharge sitep. 305
Environmental guidelines for aquifer storage and recovery: Australian experiencep. 313
Berkheide well recharge system: Design, implementation and initial experience of operationp. 319
Preliminary study for deep injection experiments at the Cornella site, Barcelonap. 325
Well recharge pilot in the south-east Netherlandsp. 331
Development of a simple tracer method to assess contribution of artificial recharge ponds to augment groundwater resourcesp. 339
Artificial recharge experiments in Bustan Extension Area, Egyptp. 343
Scoping process to determine pilot sites for artificial recharge with wastewaterp. 347
Need to increase recharge to the aquifer in Sri Lankan hard rock terrainp. 349
Epe artificial recharge projectp. 355
Hydrogeological potential for Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) in England and Walesp. 359
Groundwater management and water quality assessment in the City of Viennap. 363
Use of tracer tests in artificial rechargep. 365
New-style open recharge in the Oostduinen: An ecological engineering approachp. 369
Possibilities of enlarging groundwater exploitation reserves of Pec town, Yugoslaviap. 373
Artificial groundwater recharge in Stockholm - I. The project and its general aimp. 379
Artificial groundwater recharge in Stockholm - II. Column test design and tracer testsp. 383
Artificial groundwater recharge in Stockholm - III. An experimental study of chemical processes in the unsaturated zonep. 387
Artificial groundwater as the future water supply of greater Stockholm - IV. Phylogenetic diversity of the unsaturated zones of experimental sand filter columnsp. 391
Artificial groundwater recharge in Stockholm - V. Strategic environmental impact assessmentp. 395
Experimental and numerical analysis of atrazine behaviour in an artificial recharge sitep. 401
Your daily 'drugs' in drinking water? State of the art for artificial groundwater rechargep. 405
Pesticide monitoring: Measuring the right substances at the right place and timep. 409
The behaviour of fluorine in a lake-water recharge plant in Southeastern Finlandp. 413
An integrated model for predicting and assessing the development of groundwater qualityp. 419
Modelling the effects of deep artificial recharge on groundwater qualityp. 423
Simple models for reactive transport of pollutants and main constituents during artificial recharge and bank filtrationp. 427
Determining the clogging potential of water used for artificial recharge in deep sandy aquifersp. 437
Operational guidelines regarding cloggingp. 441
Analysis of a well recharge experimentp. 447
Biological treatment and re-infiltration for denitrification of groundwaterp. 453
Biological purification of recharge water by forested soilsp. 457
Impact of drinking water sources on refractory DOC in water reuse systemsp. 461
Artificial recharge of ground water, organic carbon and microbesp. 465
Current research into removal of natural organic matter at Baltezers artificial groundwater recharge plant, Latviap. 469
Author indexp. 473
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