9 Artificial and natural groundwater recharge (co-organized by IAH-D)

Chair: Johannes Barth, Christoph Neukum, Judith Flügge

Thursday, 13:45-17:30, Händel-Saal

Recharge of groundwater is a fundamental --- but so far poorly understood --- topic for continental water balances worldwide. When facing droughts and extreme precipitation, its understanding has become increasingly important. For instance, groundwater recharge and storage has the potential to link both extremes in a mitigating manner. On the one hand, we need to improve quantifications of natural groundwater recharge and on the other hand, better technical understanding of its artificial counterpart has the potential to become a viable alternative for surface water storage and cleanup. However, associated consequences of unbalanced groundwater recharge may include undesired effects such as compromised water quality, land subsidence or flooding, insufficient or even overabundant availability of water to plants. We invite contributions from all fields including aqueous geochemistry, groundwater modelling, soil sciences, construction of wells, biological and agricultural influences, ecosystem research as well as investigations on groundwater-surface water interactions. With this we hope to establish new interaction on the topic in an interdisciplinary session on a fundamental issue in hydro(geo)logy.

13:459.1: Christine Stumpp: Tracer and modelling tools for the estimation of water fluxes and groundwater recharge
14:009.2: Catalin Stefan: Managed aquifer recharge as adaptation tool to global change: opportunities and ways forward
14:159.3: Alicia Sanz-Prat et al.: A model-based analysis of the reactive transport behaviour of 37 trace organic compounds during bank filtration (Berlin, Germany)
14:309.4: Jana Sallwey et al.: Assessment of enhanced soil aquifer treatment through experiments with a long-column and small-diameter wells
14:459.5: Hella Schwarzmüller et al.: Einsatz einfacher und kostengünstiger Methoden zur Überwachung von Fließzeiten und Prozessen in der Grundwasseranreicherung
15:00Coffee break


Poster session

16:159.6: Thomas Grischek et al.: Grundwasseranreicherung mit Sickerschlitzgräben
16:309.7: Julian Xanke et al.: Hydrogeological and economic investigations of managed aquifer recharge into a karst and alluvial groundwater system in Jordan
16:459.8: Thi Ngoc Anh Hoang et al.: Kriterien der Auswahl von Uferfiltrationsstandorten in Vietnam
17:009.9: Heiko Dirks et al.: Managed Aquifer Recharge auf der Arabischen Halbinsel - 3 Fallbeispiele
17:159.10: Jose David Henao Casas et al.: Numerical and analytical assessment of stormwater infiltration via vadose zone wells and infiltration trenches

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9.1 Jana Glass, Ralf Junghanns, Catalin Stefan
Implementation of a new framework for real-time monitoring and control of subsurface processes at a pilot managed aquifer recharge site in Pirna, Germany
9.2 Jannis Epting, Affolter Annette
Einfluss von Klimaänderungen auf Grundwasserneubildungsprozesse und die Temperaturprägung von Grundwasservorkommen
9.3 Anne Imig, Arno Rein, Florian Einsiedl
Understanding recharge and contaminant fate processes related to managed aquifer recharge – Pilot site studies including isotope techniques and different modelling approaches
9.4 Christian Konrad, Tobias Radach, Fritz Kalwa, Jana Sallway, Rudolf Liedl
Adaptation and further development of site analysis methods for Soil Aquifer Treatment Systems in Lower Saxony
9.5 Maria Chiara Lippera, Rebecca Sultana, Ulrike Werban, Peter Dietrich, Thomas Vienken
Relevance of understanding recharge processes for sustainable MAR operation
9.6 Christoph Neukum, Ursula Noell, Paul Königer, Henning Meesenburg
Groundwater recharge in a forested ecosystem at Solling, Germany
9.7 Lena Scheiffele, Sonja Bauer, Gabriele Baroni, Sascha Oswald, Matthias Munz
Estimating dynamic groundwater recharge rates for the field scale with soil moisture from cosmic-ray neutron sensing
9.8 Tobias Schlinsog, Frank Herrmann, Gabriele Ertl, Jörg Elbracht
Simulation möglicher Auswirkungen von Klimaänderungen auf die Grundwasserneubildung in Niedersachsen
9.9 Yan Zhou, Marc Walther, Rudolf Liedl, Holger Weiß
An Application of Multiattribtue Utility Theory for the Site Selection Problem of Riverbank Filtration System

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