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19.09.2018 | Original Article Open Access

Security of deep groundwater against arsenic contamination in the Bengal Aquifer System: a numerical modeling study in southeast Bangladesh

Across the floodplains of southern Bangladesh deep (> 150 m belowground level, bgl) groundwater within the Bengal Aquifer System (BAS) has become widely used for domestic water supply as a de facto mitigation response to the presence of excessive …

19.09.2018 | Original Article Open Access

Estimation of groundwater recharge using GIS-based WetSpass model for Birki watershed, the eastern zone of Tigray, Northern Ethiopia

This research aimed to use WetSpass model to estimate long-term average annual and seasonal groundwater recharge for Birki watershed (45 km2) in northern Ethiopia using long-term (10 years) hydro-meteorological and biophysical (soil, land use …

15.09.2018 | Original Article

Replacing the groundwater supply by a surface source: effects on the aquifer in Santo Tomé city (Argentina)

Santo Tomé city (Santa Fe Province, Argentine Republic), with a population of approximately 60,000 inhabitants, is supplied by pumping wells operated by the Municipal Government. The wells are located in the urban area and they are fed up from a …

12.09.2018

District water budgets and expenditure tracking for sustainable rural service delivery in Ghana

This study sought to scrutinize how the size of budget and expenditure for water has changed over the period between 2009 and 2014 in Akatsi South and Sunyani West districts. It also examined how the breakdown of these budgets and expenditures may …

10.09.2018 | Original Article

Application of WQI for assessment of water quality of high altitude lake Dodi Tal, Garhwal Himalaya, India

Dodi Tal is one of the most important and beautiful high altitude lakes of Garhwal Himalaya, India. This high altitude lake is the preferred destination for large number of tourists, trekkers, Van Gujjars (local pastoral communities) in addition …

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This publishes articles addressing a wide range of issues in water resources management: sustainability of water resources, ground and surface water quality and quantity, water use and reuse methods and research, geopolitical and socio-economic effects and constraints, ecological impact and human health, agricultural and climatic effects on water resources, natural and man-induced contamination of water resources, geothermal uses, water availability, surface and ground water interaction, managed aquifer recharge and storage.

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