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Skip to content Skip to search. Findikakis, Angelos N. Published London ; Boca Raton, Fla. Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 3 of 4. Author Findikakis, Angelos N. Other Authors Sato, K. Physical Description [ix], p. Water-supply -- Management. Water resources development. Water-supply -- Protection. Summary "Groundwater is an indispensable resource in many parts of the world, where it supports domestic water supply, irrigated agriculture and industry.

Its increased, and often intensive, use during the last half century has created problems and raised concerns regarding the potential depletion of local aquifers, water quality degradation and various geologic hazards such as land subsidence and sinkholes. This volume includes contributions by experts from several countries who describe different groundwater management practices in their part of the world and discuss measures and actions in response to the challenges associated with the sustainability of groundwater use and the protection of the groundwater environment, as well as the evolution of legal and institutional framework needed for their implementation.

It discusses past and present practices and various aspects of the regulatory and legal framework of groundwater management in Japan, China, India, Iran, Australia, the United States, Spain, Denmark, Switzerland and the European Union, and reviews recent efforts to improve the management of transboundary aquifer resources. Contents Machine generated contents note: 1.

Findikakis 2. Sharma 7. Jahani 9. Kreitler Ajami Researchers: data sharing and scientific exchange through conferences, seminar presentations in classroom; invited presentations at forums and workshops; and publications of research articles and reports. Continued support from the Transboundary Aquifer Assessment program is still pending. Impacts The enhanced flow model for the Rio Grande provides stakeholders information needed for flood control and water operations planning, which could not only provide water savings through conjunctive uses of regional surface water and groundwater, but also result in great economic impacts by reducing salinity damages to both urban and agricultural sectors.

During a drought year as , the research program provides farmers the moisture monitoring data and ET information for scheduling irrigation more effectively, using the limited water resources more efficiently and sustaining crop production. The Groundwater Availability Model linked with econometric model provides information need for farmers to make their decision on crop and irrigation technology selection in response to groundwater availability in the Southern High Plains aquifer, especially under drought conditions and desired future conditions. Through international cooperation, scientists not only share current research findings in the United States but also help overcome challenges in water resources management around world.

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Invited keynote. Water resources management in arid and semi-arid regions, Seminar at Qinghai University, Xining, China. June June 11, Invited. Managed underground storage of recoverable water system: a tool for sustainable development, Seminar at Jinan University, Jinan, China. June 7. June 4. Abudu S. King, and Z. Comparison of the performance of statistical models in forecasting monthly total dissolved solids in the Rio Grande, Journal of American Water Resources Association.

Ganjegunte, G. Sheng, and J. Evaluating the accuracy of soil water sensors for irrigation scheduling to conserve freshwater, Applied Water Science, Jana, R. Mohanty, and Z. McDonald, A. Hart, and B. Studies of a regulated dryland river: surface-groundwater interactions, Journal of Hydrological Processes. DOI: Wang, J. Gastelum, S. Zhao, and J. Desired future conditions for groundwater availability in the High Plains aquifer system. Lal and B. Stewart eds.


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Understanding of surface water and groundwater interactions in the Mesilla Aquifer. Michelsen, A. McGuckin, R. Lacewell, B. Creel and Z. Portland, Oregon. May As part of the Transboundary Aquifer Assessment TAA Project, develop collaborative work with Mexico partners with a focus on the Mesilla Basin aquifer, further evaluated interbasin exchange as well as interaction of groundwater and surface water in the Mesilla Basin. The research has continued in enhancement of the flow model RiverWare for the Rio Grande to simulate surface water for flood control planning as well as water operation planning for surface water and groundwater conjunctive management in the Rio Grande Project area in cooperation with irrigation districts and U.

Bureau of Reclamation. Continued to expand international collaborative research programs with Chinese scientists on hydrologic cycle, water management and geological hazards related to groundwater development. Events: Made invited presentations, presented research findings at international, national and regional conferences. Made 10 invited presentations at universities and research institutes.

Ecohydrology and Its Relation to Integrated Groundwater Management

Mentored one Ph. Public: fact sheets on water conservation, irrigation efficiency and project updates. Impacts The Groundwater Availability Model linked with econometric model provides information need for farmers to make their decision on crop and irrigation technology selection in response to groundwater availability in the Southern High Plains aquifer. The flow model for the Rio Grande provides information needed for flood control and water operations planning, which could result in not only water conservation through conjunctive uses of regional surface water and groundwater, but also economic impacts by reducing salinity damages to both urban and agricultural sectors.

Expanded groundwater data and information in Mesilla Basin from the TAA program is expected to provide information needed for conjunctive management of groundwater and surface water resources. During a drought year, moisture monitoring data and ET information are providing information needed for farmers to schedule irrigation more effectively, use the limited water resources more efficiently and sustain crop production.

Publications Michelsen, A. Zhao, S. Estimating the spatial distribution of groundwater demand in the Texas High Plains. Charleston, South Carolina, April, Roark, M. Marmolejo, R. Estimating spatial water demand distributions in the Texas High Plains. Sheng Z. Effects of groundwater pumping on the stream flow and aquifer storage in Mesilla Basin. Evaluation of well heads by using different approaches: well package, multi-node well package, and analytical solution, Proc. Michelsen A. Juarez Transboundary area, Proc. Li, J.

Findikakis and K. Sato eds. Comparison of water resources management plans in the Paso del Norte Region under climate change and sustainable approach, Proc. Geological Survey. Liu, Y. Trend-outflow method for understanding interactions of surface water with groundwater and atmospheric water for eight reaches of the upper Rio Grande, J. Salinity management using anionic organic polymer in a pecan field with calcareous-sodic Soil in El Paso, Texas, J. Zhang, N. Study on relationship between Poisson ratio and angle of internal friction for rocks, Chinese Journal of Rock Mechanics and Engineering, 30 Supp.

Development of groundwater resources, Chapter 8 in M. Aral and S. Taylor eds. Juarez, MX, the research has continued in enhancement of the flow model RiverWare for the Rio Grande to simulate surface water for flood control planning as well as water operation planning for surface water and groundwater conjunctive management. The coordinated water resources database and GIS website has been upgraded and used by different stakeholders. Conducted additional geophysical survey on canal beds and collected soil samples for permeability tests to identify high seepage sections.

Collected moisture data, water level data, evapotranspiration data from the monitoring network and ET tower in a pecan farm to assess water consumptive uses of pecans and develop guidelines for irrigation scheduling to achieve water conservation on farm and enhance crop production. As part of the Transboundary Aquifer Assessment TAA Project, complete the compilation of bibliography for Mesilla Basin aqufier, initiated evaluation of interbasin exchange as well as interaction of groundwater and surface water in the Mesilla Basin.

Initiate a new collaborative research program with Chinese scientists on hydrologic cycle and water operations in an arid river basin in China. Events: Co-chaired one symposium on groundwater hydrology, quality and management. Made invited presentations, presented research findings at national conferences and regional meetings.

Kyger, N. Far West Texas Water Planning Group regional stakeholders : water conservation strategies to be adopted in regional water plan. Utilities: water conservation, concentrate management, regional water plans; Irrigation Districts and Groundwater Conservation Districts: Best Management Practices for water conservation, regional water plans; Farmers: on-farm irrigation efficiency and enhancement of crop production.

Researchers: data sharing and scientific exchange through conferences, invited presentations and publications of research articles and reports. Impacts The flow model for the Rio Grande provides information needed for flood control and water operations planning, which could result in not only water conservation through conjunctive uses of regional surface water and groundwater, but also economic impacts by reducing salinity damages to both urban and agricultural sectors. TAA compilation of groundwater data and information in Mesilla Basin is expected to provide information needed for conjunctive management of groundwater and surface water resources.

Moisture monitoring data and ET information are helping farmers understand process of water infiltration and crop consumptive uses, which eventually help them develop a better irrigation schedule for water conservation and better crop production.

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Salvaged water by ling canals thousands or even millions of cubic meters of water can either be used for additional agricultural irrigation, as an alternative source of water for urban supplies, or for environmental needs in the region. Through international cooperation, scientists not only share current research findings in the United States but also address challenges around world.

It discusses past and present practices and various aspects of the regulatory and legal framework of groundwater management in Japan, China, India, Iran, Australia, the United States, Spain, Denmark, Switzerland and the European Union, and reviews recent efforts to improve the management of transboundary aquifer resources. Please contact membership iahr. Original price: EUR IAHR member could save:

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