Poster Programme HS7.8

HS7.8

Artificial recharge as a tool in the management of water resources
Convener: Martin Sauter  | Co-Convener: Joseph Guttman 
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 03 May, 08:30–10:00  / Room 38
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 03 May, 17:30–19:00  / Hall A

Attendance Time: Monday, 3 May 2010, 17:30–19:00
Hall A
Chairperson: Y. Guttman
A314
EGU2010-1645
Groundwater artificial recharge solutions for integrated management of watersheds and aquifer systems under extreme drought scenarios
Joao-Paulo Lobo-Ferreira, Luís Oliveira, and Catarina Diamantino

Hall A
A315
EGU2010-1832
Optimization of the Implementation of Managed Aquifer Recharge - Effects of Aquifer Heterogeneity
Robert Maliva, Thomas Missimer, and Angeline Kneppers

Hall A
A316
EGU2010-5326
Infiltration tests at the Sant Vicenç dels Horts artificial recharge experimental site.
Marco Barahona-Palomo, Daniele Pedretti, and Xavier Sanchez-Vila

Hall A
A317
EGU2010-6827
Removal of biocolloids suspended in reclaimed wastewater by injection in a fractured aquifer model
Constantinos V. Chrysikopoulos, Costantino Masciopinto, Rosanna La Mantia, and Ioannis D. Manariotis

Hall A
A318
EGU2010-8657
Monitoring water infiltration for managed aquifer recharge using time-lapse electrical imaging: a numerical feasibility study
Klaus Haaken, Andreas Kemna, and Martin Sauter

Hall A
A319
EGU2010-8964
Artificial groundwater recharge as integral part of a water resources system in a humid environment
Hans Kupfersberger and Hermann Stadler

Hall A
A320
EGU2010-9003
Electrical resistivity measurements to estimate groundwater recharge potential of latosolos in Brasília as a working part of the IWAS Água DF Project
Anne Gaffron, Markus Hirsch, and Holger Weiss

Hall A
A321
EGU2010-10473
Evaluation of groundwater artificial recharge management scenario for sustainable water resources development in Gaza Strip
Bernd Rusteberg, M. Azizur Rahman, Muath AbuSaada, Ayman Rabi, A. Rahman Tamimi, and Martin Sauter

Hall A
A322
EGU2010-11384
A novel numerical technique for the high-precision simulation of flow processes related to artificial recharge
David Stevens, Paolo Orsini, Henry Power, Herve Morvan, and Jacob Bensabat

Hall A
A323 EGU2010-14717
Artificial recharge through a penetrated river bed in Shandong, China (withdrawn)
Lambertus Monninkhoff and Stefan Kaden

Hall A
A324
EGU2010-14752
Statistical Method for Identification of Potential Groundwater Recharge Zone
Pallavi Banerjee and V.S. Singh

Hall A
A325
EGU2010-15323
A Methodology for Identification of Potential Groundwater Recharge Zones in Hard Rock Terrain: CRUSTALWIN
Subba Rao

Hall A
A326
EGU2010-15327
Application of Geographical Information System for Identification of Potential Groundwater Artificial Recharge Zones in Hard Rock Terrain
R. K. Prasad, Pallavi Banerjee, and V.S. Singh

Hall A
A327 EGU2010-15328
Artificial recharge as a tool in the management of water resources in India (withdrawn)
D.K. Chadha

Hall A
A328
EGU2010-15330
Selection Site for Artificial Recharge of Groundwater in Hard Rocks Using ANN with Special Reference to India
Pallavi Banerjee

Hall A
A329
EGU2010-15332
Heat transport in the vicinity of an artificial recharge site
Alexander Vandenbohede, Emmanuel Van Houtte, and Luc Lebbe

Hall A
A330
EGU2010-15337
Aquifer recharge with reclaimed water in the Llobregat Delta. Laboratory batch experiments and field test site.
J. Tobella and the J. Tobella

Hall A
A331
EGU2010-15383
Artificial recharge in arid zone- Example from the Arava Valley- Israel
Joseph Guttman