Authors: Robert G. Maliva, Thomas M. Missimer
Integrated management of water resources is required to assure a long-term supply of water for various uses throughout the world. Aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) and other managed aquifer recharge (MAR) technologies are increasingly being used to meet peak demands, emergency supply (strategic storage), drought requirements, and a number of other storage needs. This book addresses the key issues of project planning, aquifer characterization, well design, system operation, and source-water quality and pretreatment. The lessons learned from existing ASR systems are presented to provide guidance for successful future implementation of the technologies.
This book is the second in the series Methods in Water Resources Evaluation. For information on the first book, please click here.
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AwardsIn 2011, the book received an Award of Excellence from the Society of Technical Communication.
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