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Coastal aquifers: challenges and solutions


Coastal aquifers: challenges and solutions
Coastal aquifers: challenges and solutions

A. Pulido Bosh (edicion)

Affiliation: Not available

Biography: Not available

Antonio López-Geta (edicion)

Affiliation: Instituto Geológico y Minero de España

Biography: Not available

Gerardo Ramos González (edicion)

Affiliation: Instituto Geológico y Minero de España

Biography: Not available

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Edition: A. Pulido Bosh; Antonio López-Geta; Gerardo Ramos González

About the authors 

Publication year: 2007

Language: Spanish ; English ; French

Collection: Hydrogeology and groundwater

Review:

Coastal aquifers continue to be the ones with the greatest requirement for their appropriate management in order to maintain their sustainable use. The coastal strip continues to develop energetically, especially in terms of tourism and agriculture. Problems of groundwater abstraction are occurring in more and more countries and, in practice, any country with a sea border suffers this situation. As a result, a large group of aquifers exhibit serious seawater intrusion problems. A further group includes aquifers where the problems have been resolved, whilst a third group have significant outflows from the aquifer to the sea, which in some cases needs to be conserved, whilst in other cases, part of the water needs to be utilized. The so-called TIAC congresses were organized by the Instituto Geológico y Minero de España (the Spanish Geological and Mining Institute) and the Groundwater Club; in collaboration with other universities and organizations; they are dedicated to “Technology related to seawater Intrusion into Coastal Aquifers”. The third congress, presented here, is published in two volumes; in the first six presentations and communications 99 authors from nineteen different countries are included. The second hydrogeological pathways along part of the coast of eastern Andalusia are collected.

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Physical Description : 114 p. ; 2 vols; 24 cm.

ISBN: 978-84-7840-711-8

Publication: Madrid : Geological Survey of Spain, 2007

Reference IGME: 5901/23

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This book was added to our online catalog on Wednesday 24 October, 2007.