Extenso libro multiautor que recopila los avances en modelización desarrollados a lo largo del proyecto MARSOL.
Introducción (en inglés):
Deliverable 12.7 "White Book on MAR Modeling ‐ Selected Results from the MARSOL Project"
In the context of Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) numerical modelling has been an important process in several applications, since the prediction of rise of groundwater mounds, to determine where ground water must eventually be pumped, understand quality changes in infiltration water and aquifer water, predict the success of treatment induced by MAR methodologies or to calculate the necessary injected volumes to counter a saltwater intrusión problem. A proper estimation of AR, by means of arithmetic methods, depends firstly on the conceptual approach of the groundwater problem and secondly on the selection of the appropriate AR method (Pliakas et al. 2005), and its widely known that the Success of artificial recharge as a management technique depends highly on how well the system is understood (Sunada et al. 1983). Koukidou et al. (2010) referred numerical modeling as an invaluable tool that enables accurate and reliable assessment of alternative strategic management plans, with the results of well calibrated and verified models as a solid basis for justification of capital investment required for infrastructure that is necessary to support water resources management scenarios.
It is then essential, as a state of the art overview, to compile several applications in different demo-areas and scales, where modelling was essential to refine artificial recharge strategies, to help to understand the main impacts of a MAR project or to what to expect in field experiments.
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