Tellam, John H., Rivett, Michael O., Israfilov, Rauf G. (Eds.)
2006, XXII, 490 p.
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Urbanization modifies groundwater systems, often with adverse hydrological, water quality, geotechnical, and socio-economic effects which jeopardize sustainability. Indeed, in many urban aquifers world-wide, we do not know whether socially acceptable sustainable hydrological systems even exist. Because around 50% of the world’s population live in cities today, and urban populations are expanding rapidly, these important issues are increasingly urgent. To reduce the effect of such impacts, management based on a sound technical understanding of the interacting processes is required, irrespective of whether the groundwater is to be used or not.
The forty papers in this book explore the state of sustainable groundwater management in the context of a wide range of countries and cultures, climates, and geologies. They are divided into topic areas covering flow, chemical water quality, biological water quality, remediation, engineering, and socio-economics. An introductory section presents a range of integrated regional-scale studies. The volume will interest groundwater specialists in industry and research, and will provide insight into groundwater issues for
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Filtration - Infiltration - Migration - Water supply - development - groundwater - hydrogeology - stormwater - water table
Preface. I. Introduction. Towards Management and Sustainable Development of Urban Groundwater Systems: An introduction; J. H. Tellam et al.- II Regional Overviews. Anthropogenic Changes to Hydrogeological Conditions in Urban Areas: New perspectives from Azerbaijan; R.G. Israfilov.- Demands on, Condition, and environmental Problems of the Baku Municipal Water Supply; A.Mammadova and Sh.I.Pashayeva.- Geoecological Problems in Azerbaijan; A. B. Alekperov et al.- Sources of Groundwater Supply to Urbanized Areas in Azerbaijan: National development of groundwater resources; F. Sh. Aliyev and F. S Askerov.- Optimaztion of Groundwater Usage for Urbanized rural Settlement Supply in Azerbaijan; Yu. H .Israfilov et al.- Urban Groundwater Pollution in Turkey: A national review of urban Groundwater quality issues; A. Baba and 0. Ayyildiz .-Groundwater Potential and Hydrogeological Characteristics of Çorlu, Turkey; I. Feda Aral.- Evaluation of Groundwater Over-Abstraction by Industrial Activities in the Trakya Region, Turkey: A Case of urban Groundwater resource Over-Abstraction; A.Öngen and E. Tinmaz.-.A long-term Perspective on the Sustainable Development of Urban Groundwater Resources in Romania; D. Galatchi.-III. Groundwater Flow.Integrated Hydrological Modelling for Sustainable Development and Management of Urban Water Supplies; E. Zia Hosseinipour .- Estimating Evapotranspiration in Urban Environments; K. Trout and M. Ross.-Reliability in Estimating Urban Groundwater Recharge through the Vadose Zone: Managing sustainable Development in arid and semiarid regions; M. J. Friedel .- Urban Well-Field Capture Zones Delineated using Flow Structure Modelling; D. Kuznetsov.- IV. Chemical Water Quality.Impacts of Sewer Leakage on Urban Groundwater: Review of a case study in Germany; I. Held et al.- Contamination and Degradation of De-Icing Chemicals in the Unsaturated and Saturated Zones at Oslo Airport, Gardermoen, Norway; B. Wejden and J. Øvstedal.-Aromatic HydrocarbonContamination of Clay Strata below a Petrochemical Site, UK: Organic contaminant migration in clay aquitards; R. A. White et al.-Baseline Groundwater Quality in the Coastal Aquifer of St. Lucia, South Africa; M. Simonsen Bjørkenes et al.- Hydrochemical Quality of Groundwater in Urban Areas of South Portugal; A. Chambel et al.- Issues of Radioactivity and Sustainable Development within Urban Groundwater Systems in Russia; L. M. Rogachevskaya.- Risks Posed by Unsanitary Landfill Leachate to Groundwater Quality: Çorlu (Trakya) Turkey; E.Tinmaz and A. Öngen.-Agricultural Influences on Groundwater used for Water Supply in the Caucasus Mineral Water Region; O.A. Karimova.- Environmental Problems Associated with Utilization of Mineral Waters in Urbanized Areas of Azerbaijan; M. M. Ismailova.- Conclusions from a negative Tracer Test in the Urban Thermal Karst Area, Budapest, Hungary; A. Eröss et al.- V. Biological Water Quality.Monitoring and Managing the Extent of Microbiological Pollution in Urban Groundwater Systems in developed and developing Countries; A.A. Cronin et al.- Microbial Pollution of Groundwater in the Town of Walkerton, Canada: Implications for the development of appropriate aquifer protection strategies; K. W. F. Howard.-Effects of Artificial Stormwater Infiltration on Urban Groundwater Ecosystems: Ecological issues in urban groundwater; T. Datry et al.- VI. Remediation.Organic Contaminant Remediation in Urban Groundwater: A review of Groundwater remediation technology development; M. O. Rivett.- Recent Approaches for Urban Groundwater Pollution Remediation: Analysis and Recommendations; D. Klaffke.-Reducing the Groundwater Pollution Risk in the Mining and Industrial Regions of Chiatura and Kazreti, Georgia: Remediation of mine-related tailings and wastes; Sh. Petriashvili and D. Chutkerashvili.- The Removal of Nitrate and Pesticides from Contaminated Water; S. Asian and A. Turkman.- VII. Engineering. Chemical and Geotechnical Problems Associated with