A top-down approach to characterise aquifer-river interaction processes
The interconnections between groundwater and river systems remain poorly understood in many catchments throughout the world, and yet they are fundamental to effectively managing the quantity and quality of water resources. Many of the techniques traditionally employed by hydrogeologists and hydrologists rely on characterising the groundwater flow systems, topography, geology/aquifer systems, climate and/or the rainfall-runoff processes within a river basin. These studies can provide useful...[Show more]
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