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Titel: Groundwater Intensive Use: Selected Papers, SINEX, Valencia, Spain 10-14 December 2002

ISBN: 0415364442
EAN: 9780415364447
Sprache: Englisch.
Herausgegeben von Andres Sahuquillo, J. Capilla, Luis Martinez Cortina
TAYLOR & FRANCIS

Juli 2005 - gebunden - 393 Seiten

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Based on experience in many countries during the last decades, this book contributes to a more transparent, objective, and unbiased information base related to intensive groundwater development and use. It not only presents the conventional hydrogeological aspects of the issues, but also, the ecological, legal, institutional, economic, and social challenges. The first part of the book presents the positive and negative aspects of intensive groundwater use. The second part provides an overview of specific situations in significant regions of the world that intensively use this resource. This book constitutes a step forward in clarifying the importance of groundwater and its far-reaching implications.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Contents Presentation IX E. Custodio Foreword XIII M. R. Llamas Sponsors XV ETHICAL, ECONOMICAL, AND LEGAL ASPECTS Ethical issues in relation to intensive groundwater use 03 M.R. Llamas and P. Martinez-Santos Governing the groundwater economy: comparative analysis of national institutions and policies in South Asia, China and Mexico 23 T. Shah Socio-Ecology of groundwater irrigation in South Asia: an overview of issues and evidence 53
A. Mukherji and T. Shah Legal issues of intensive use of groundwater 79 A. Embid Intensive use of groundwater in the European Union Water Framework Directive 93 J. Samper CASE HISTORIES Making intensive use of groundwater more sustainable - key lessons from field experience 105 S. Foster, H. Garduno, K. Kemper, A. Tuinhof and M. Nanni Aquifer overexploitation in Libya - the Gefara plain case 127 O.M. Salem Lessons from intensively used transboundary river basin agreements for transboundary aquifers 137 S. Puri, L. Gaines, A. Wolf and T. Jarvis Opportunities and challenges of intensive use of groundwater in Sub-Saharan Africa 147 C. Colvin and
B. Chipimpi Overview of the groundwater resources of Canada 157 A. Rivera and M. Nastev Intensive use of groundwater in Latin America 167 E.M. Bocanegra Intensive use of aquifers by mining activity in Northern Chile 177 O. Acosta Prelims.qxd 2/16/05 3:40 PM Page V VI Contents IMPACTS The impact of intense urban and mine abstraction of water on groundwater resources of the regional Triassic aquifer systems (Southern Poland) 189 A. Kowalczyk Priority rights for nature: a true constraint on aquifer over-exploitation? 199 E. Feitelson Effects of localised intensive aquifer exploitation on the Donana wetlands (SW Spain) 209 M. Manzano, E. Custodio,
C. Mediavilla and C. Montes Poverty alleviation versus mass poisoning: the dilemma of groundwater irrigation in Bangladesh 221 M. Mainuddin Fluoride contamination of groundwater in India - country update 237 H.T. Chaturvedi,
D. Chandrasekharam and A.A. Jalihal Impacts of increasing abstraction on groundwater quality in two areas of Southern Yemen 245 J. Dottridge and P. Hardisty When intensive exploitation is a blessing: effects of ceasing intensive exploitation in the city of Barcelona 253
E. Vazquez-Sune, X. Sanchez-Vila, J. Carrera and R. Arandes Effect of intensive pumping of infiltrated water in the Placa de la Vila parking lot in Sant Adria del Besos (Barcelona, Spain) 261 M. Ondiviela, E. Vazquez-Sune, J. Nilsson, J. Carrera, X. Sanchez-Vila and J. Casas Predicting impacts of abstraction reduction for an aquifer with a century of exploitation 269 M. Shepley Importance of hydrogeological modeling in the management of groundwater, a case study: the coast of Hermosillo Aquifer, Sonora, Mexico 277 M. Rangel-Medina, R. Monreal, M. Morales, J. Castillo and H. Valenzuela The analysis of the intensive use of groundwater in the Upper Guadiana Basin (Spain) using a numerical model 285 L. Martinez Cortina and J. Cruces Evolution of groundwater intensive development in the coastal aquifer of Telde (Gran Canaria, Canarian archipelago, Spain) 295 M.C. Cabrera and E. Custodio MANAGEMENT Water management issues related to aquifer intensive use 309 E. Usunoff Groundwater depletion and its socio-ecological consequences in Sabarmati river basin, India 319 M.D. Kumar, O.P. Singh and K. Singh Intensive use of groundwater in North Gujarat, India. Challenges and opportunities 331 A.K. Sinha and R. Jain Prelims.qxd 2/16/05 3:40 PM Page VI VII Contents The study on sustainable groundwater resources and environmental management for the Langat Basin in Basin in Malaysia 341 S. Suratman CONJUNCTIVE USE Effective management of water resources in a region of intensive groundwater use: a lesson from Arizona's Valley of the Sun 353 M.R. Lluria Water resources management of an overexploited aquifer. The Adra-Campo de Dalias system, Almeria, Spain 361 A. Sahuquillo, J. Andreu, M. Pulido, J. Paredes, A. Sanchez, V. Pinilla and J. Capilla. Opportunities of conjunctive use of groundwater and surface water 371 A. Rivera, A. Sahuquillo, J. Andreu and A. Mukherji VALENCIA DECLARATION 385 Subject Index 387

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