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Title: Artificial recharge of aquifers. (Latest citations from the selected Water Resources Abstracts data base). Published Search

Abstract

The bibliography contains citations concerning the use of artificial recharge methods to improve the availability and quality of aquifers. Topics include site studies and evaluation, the use of impounded fresh water and treated wastewater in recharge applications, the role of artificial recharge techniques in groundwater resource management, individual state programs, contaminant behavior, and the engineering aspects of the use of spreading ponds and injection wells. Legal and environmental considerations, as well as the use of computer simulations, are also treated. (Contains 250 citations and includes a subject term index and title list.)

Publication Date:
Research Org.:
NERAC, Inc., Tolland, CT (United States)
OSTI Identifier:
7222384
Report Number(s):
PB-92-859966/XAB
Resource Type:
Technical Report
Resource Relation:
Other Information: Updated with each order. Supersedes PB90-854076. Prepared in cooperation with Office of Water Research and Technology, Washington, DC. Sponsored in part by National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES; 29 ENERGY PLANNING, POLICY AND ECONOMY; AQUIFERS; WATER QUALITY; GROUND WATER; BIBLIOGRAPHIES; COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION; INJECTION WELLS; LEGAL ASPECTS; RESOURCE MANAGEMENT; WASTE WATER; DOCUMENT TYPES; ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY; HYDROGEN COMPOUNDS; LIQUID WASTES; MANAGEMENT; OXYGEN COMPOUNDS; SIMULATION; WASTES; WATER; WELLS 540220* -- Environment, Terrestrial-- Chemicals Monitoring & Transport-- (1990-); 290300 -- Energy Planning & Policy-- Environment, Health, & Safety

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Not Available. Artificial recharge of aquifers. (Latest citations from the selected Water Resources Abstracts data base). Published Search. United States: N. p., 1992. Web.
Not Available. Artificial recharge of aquifers. (Latest citations from the selected Water Resources Abstracts data base). Published Search. United States.
Not Available. 1992. "Artificial recharge of aquifers. (Latest citations from the selected Water Resources Abstracts data base). Published Search". United States. doi:.
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  • The bibliography contains citations concerning the use of artificial recharge methods to improve the availability and quality of aquifers. Topics include site studies and evaluation, the use of impounded fresh water and treated wastewater in recharge applications, the role of artificial recharge techniques in groundwater resource management, individual state programs, contaminant behavior, and the engineering aspects of the use of spreading ponds and injection wells. Legal and environmental considerations, as well as the use of computer simulations, are also treated. (Contains 250 citations and includes a subject term index and title list.)
  • The bibliography contains citations concerning in-situ methods for the remediation of contaminated aquifers. The use of microorganisms, denitrification techniques, and removal of a number of aromatic hydrocarbons are among the topics discussed. Site-specific studies in a variety of hydrogeological environments are also included. (Contains a minimum of 187 citations and includes a subject term index and title list.)
  • This bibliography contains citations concerning the utilization of artificial-recharge methods to improve water availability and water quality. Topics include site studies and evaluation, the use of impounded fresh water and treated waste water, the role of artificial-recharge techniques in ground-water resource management, individual state programs, contaminant behavior, and the engineering aspects of utilizing spreading ponds and injection wells. Legal and environmental considerations and the use of computer simulations are also treated. (This updated bibliography contains 368 citations, none of which are new entries to the previous edition.)
  • This bibliography contains citations concerning the utilization of artificial-recharge methods to improve water availability and water quality. Topics include site studies and evaluation, the use of impounded fresh water and treated waste water, the role of artificial-recharge techniques in ground-water resource management, individual state programs, contaminant behavior, and the engineering aspects of utilizing spreading ponds and injection wells. Legal and environmental considerations and the use of computer simulations are also treated. (This updated bibliography contains 52 citations, all of which are new entries to the previous edition.)
  • This bibliography contains citations concerning the utilization of artificial recharge methods to improve water availability and water quality. Topics include site studies and evaluation, the use of impounded fresh water and treated waste water, the role of artificial recharge techniques in ground water resource management, individual state programs, contaminant behavior, and the engineering aspects of utilizing spreading ponds and injection wells. Legal and environmental considerations and the use of computer simulations are also treated. (This updated bibliography contains 247 citations, 40 of which are new entries to the previous edition.)