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Groundwater Recharge and Wells A Guide to Aquifer Storage Recovery

By: R David G Pyne
376 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Publisher: Lewis Publishers
Groundwater Recharge and Wells
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  • Groundwater Recharge and Wells ISBN: 9781566700979 Hardback Dec 1995 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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About this book

Understanding the issues that have been encountered at other sites, and the steps that have led to successful resolution of these issues, can provide great help to those considering, planning, or implementing new groundwater recharge projects. Recent technical advances and operational experience have demonstrated that well recharge is a feasible and cost effective method of artificially recharging natural aquifers. This practical guide reviews the technical constraints and issues that have been addressed and resolved through research and experience at many sites. The book presents aquifer storage recovery (ASR) technology and traces its evolution over the past 25 years in the United States. Procedures for groundwater recharge are presented, and selected case studies are examined. Drinking water quality standards and conversion factors are provided in the appendix for easy reference.

Contents

IntroductionWater Management: A Global ChallengeASR: A New Water Management ToolWhat Is ASR Historical Development of ASRASR Applications to Meet Water Management NeedsObjectives of this BookASR Program DevelopmentIntroductionPhase 1: Feasibility Assessment and Conceptual DesignPhase 2: Field Test ProgramPhase 3: ASR Wellfield ExpansionOperations and MaintenanceWater Supply Planning with ASRDesign of ASR SystemsWellsWellhead FacilitiesWellfieldsSelected ASR Technical IssuesRecovery EfficiencyWell Plugging and RedevelopmentWellhead FiltrationFlow ControlDisinfection Byproduct ReductionPre- and Post-TreatmentSimulation ModelingGeochemistryIntroductionWater ChemistryAquifer CharacteristicsGeochemical ProcessesGeochemical ModelsLaboratory TestingField InvestigationsTransport ModelsSelected ASR Non-Technical IssuesEconomicsWater Rate ImpactsLegal and Regulatory IssuesEnvironmental ImpactsPublic InvolvementAlternative ASR ApplicationsIntroductionSurface Water StorageUntreated Groundwater StorageReclaimed WaterFuture DirectionsTechnical DevelopmentsRegulatory IssuesGlobal Applications of ASRSelected Case StudiesAppendicesDrinking Water Quality StandardsConversion FactorsReferencesIndex

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By: R David G Pyne
376 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Publisher: Lewis Publishers
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