Water Resources Evaluation

Managing Groundwater Resources

Developing and maintaining a sustainable water supply requires a comprehensive assessment of water resource needs and availability. An essential part of this effort is to understand the hydrogeologic characteristics of the aquifer system and the interaction between surface water and groundwater. As the demand for groundwater increases, it is necessary to drill and analyze new wells, and assess the constraints including well yield, well interference, and distance to the distribution system.

Online References using Visual MODFLOW for Water Resources Evaluation

 

Title Region Keywords
 Water Resources Evaluation USA
Application of a Groundwater Classification System and GIS Mapping System for the Lower Ruby Valley Watershed, Southwest Montana

Published in: Journal of Water Resource and Protection

USA GIS, Watershed, Surface water/groundwater connection
Evaluation of Alternative Ground-water Pumping Schemes as an Approach to Mitigating Problems of Critical Low Flow in the Spokane River at Spokane, Washington, US USA
Plumstead Township, Township-Wide Groundwater Study, PA, USA USA Conceptual site model, Hydro GeoAnalyst (HGA), data management
Modeling stream-groundwater interactions and associated groundwater salinization in an urban floodplain USA road salt, chlorides, surface water and groundwater, channelization
Monitoring and Modeling of the Hydrologic Performance of the Carroll Street Right-of-Way Bioswale USA
Impacts of Climate Change on Groundwater Resources: A Literature Review USA Climate change
Iowa Geological Survey – Water Resources Investigation Report – Groundwater Availability Modeling USA Drought Assessment, Aquifer Modeling
Los Angeles Basin Stormwater Conservation Study USA Stormwater managment
On-site Subsurface Wastewater disposal USA Groundwater mounding, septic effluent
Optimization of Water Resources Management of the Evzoni Aquifer, Greece Greece MGO well optimization
North Tuncurry Development Project – Modelling and Design of Flood Alleviation Scheme for Groundwater Flooding
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ublished in: Proceedings of Floodplan Conference 2013
Australia MODFLOW-SURFACT
Hydrogeological Investigation to Maintain an Adequate Body of Water in Lake Jualbup Australia  lake-bed polymer additive
Groundwater Flow Model of Cox Creek Catchment, Mount Lofty Ranges, South Australia Australia
Hydrogeology and Groundwater Flow Model, Central Catchment of Bribie Island, Southeast Queensland Australia
Use of stream response functions to determine impacts of replacing surface-water use with groundwater withdrawals
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ublished in: Hydrogeology Journal
Canada Groundwater/surface-water relations . Stream response functions . Water-resources conservation
Application of Numerical Modeling to Groundwater Assessment and Management in Prince Edward Island
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ublished in: 57TH CANADIAN GEOTECHNICAL CONFERENCE
Canada
 Groundwater Behaviour in a Fractured Basalt Aquifer under Existing and Future Climate and Land Use in Auckland City (New Zealand) New Zealand
Three Kings Renewal Stormwater Management Plan New Zealand HEC-HMS, Stormwater
Impact Assessment of Hydrologic and Operational Factors on the Efficiency of Managed Aquifer Recharge Scheme Bangladesh Managed Aquifer Recharge
Simulation of horizontal well performance using Visual MODFLOW Malaysia horizontal well, radial collector well, shallow aquifers
Groundwater modelling in the upper Bobrza river catchment area Poland
Hydrodynamic interaction between surface water and groundwater in volcanic aquifer system of Lake Ciseupan,Cimahi, West Java, Indonesia
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ublished in: IAH 2010 Proceedings
Indonesia groundwater-surface water interaction, volcanic aquifer system of Lake Ciseupan
Lowering Groundwater in the Archaelogical Babylon City Using Underground Dams
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ublished in: International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology
Iraq
Sustainable geohydrological model of San Luis Potosí aquifer, Mexico Mexico
Hydrogeological model of the Baltic Artesian Basin Baltic States
Conceptualization and implementation of a groundwater flow model for the Buda thermal-karst system, Hungary

Published in: Central European Geology

Hungary conceptual model, digital model, karst system, thermal water, zone budget
Evaluation of Aquifer System in Quetta Valley Through Geophysical Methods and Groundwater Flow Modeling Pakistan

 

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