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Hydrogeological and hydrochemical data collection programs for managed aquifer recharge (MAR) systems need to be designed to meet project-specific information requirements, which may include information on aquifer hydraulics and transport parameters, vadose zone properties (e.g., infiltration rates), aquifer mineraology, and native groundwater and recharge water chemistry. The scope of work for field testing programs depends on the data requirements for project feasibility evaluations, system design and permitting, environmental and human health impact assessments, and how much data can be obtained from existing sources. Inasmuch as projects have finite budgets, prioritization is a key part of the development of testing programs. Programs elements should be selected to obtain the most critically needed data and consideration should be given to the relative data quality from different techniques and costs.
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