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Groundwater resources are under stress in many areas from increased extractions resulting from population growth, economic development, climate change, and other factors. Aquifer overdraft results in declining aquifer water levels and often deteriorating water quality. One element of the solution to aquifer overdraft is increasing aquifer recharge. Anthropogenic aquifer recharge (AAR) broadly describes increases in groundwater recharge resulting from human activities. AAR includes managed aquifer recharge, which has been defined as the intentional banking and treatment of water in aquifers, and various types of unintentional and unplanned recharge, such as leakage from water and wastewater mains, discharges to septic system leach fields, and irrigation return flows.
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- Introduction to Anthropogenic Aquifer Recharge
Robert G. Maliva
- Chapter 1