Tidal dynamics of groundwater flow and contaminant transport in coastal aquifers, In

Approximately 70% of the world's population lives in coastal areas, and the majority of these people depend on coastal aquifers for freshwater. The fragility of these aquifers and their sensitivity to human activity demand informed, competent management to guarantee their survival. Significant knowledge and new technologies related to the subject have accumulated in the last two decades, and a need has emerged for a comprehensive reference that gathers and disseminates crucial information to engineering practitioners and policymakers. Coastal Aquifer Management-Monitoring, Modeling, and Case Studies provides the most advanced and up-to-date methods and tools for the study and protection of coastal aquifers. This "how-to" volume presents a worldwide perspective with contributions from an international panel of experts. They address topics such as geohydrology, optimization, uncertainty analysis, and GIS as they relate to geographically-specific case studies; knowledge from these examples can be applied to aquifer issues in other regions.


Editor(s):
Cheng, A. H.-D.
Ouazar, D.
Published in:
Coastal Aquifer Management—Monitoring, Modeling, and Case Studies, 115-141
Year:
2004
Publisher:
Boca Raton, Florida, USA, Lewis Publishers
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