CMWR XVI - Computational Methods in Water Resources
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Groundwater Optimal Management Session
Organiser: G. Karatzas, TU Crete (email@example.com)
The main objectives of the present session are to include presentations that are related to the optimal management of groundwater quality and quantity and remediation. Beside the technical aspects emphasis should be given to the social and economical components of the problems. Related topics could be considered: Integrated methodologies of management of surface waters and groundwater. Deterministic and stochastic approaches to groundwater quantity management problems. Deterministic and stochastic methodologies to solve groundwater quality management problems. Combination of numerical simulation and optimization techniques for the solution of groundwater management problems. Groundwater Remediation approaches such as pump-and-treat, air-stripping, bioremediation, phytoremediation, and reactive walls for the solution of groundwater quality problems. Uncertainty in the study of groundwater management problems The inverse problem for the determination of the contamination of groundwater management problems. Risk assessment and groundwater management. Field applications of new techniques related to optimal groundwater management.