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Record number 2201855
Article title How subsurface water technologies (SWT) can provide robust, effective, and cost-efficient solutions for freshwater management in coastal zones : climate proof fresh water supply in coastal areas and deltas in Europe
Author(s) Zuurbier, K.G. ; Raat, K.J. ; Paalman, M. ; Oosterhof, A.T. ; Stuyfzand, P.J.
Journal title Water resources management : an international journal
Part(Year)Number 31(2017)2
Pages 671 - 687
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Keyword(s) (cab) aquifers / fresh water / salinization / water deficit / coastal areas / water supply / subsurface application
Categories Water Supply
Publication type Scientific article
Language English
About Freshwater resources in coastal zones are limited while demands are high, resulting in problems like seasonal water shortage, overexploitation of freshwater aquifers, and seawater intrusion. Three subsurface water technologies (SWT) that can provide robust, effective, and cost-efficient solutions to manage freshwater resources in the subsurface are evaluated using groundwater modelling and validation at field-scale: (1) ASR-coastal to store freshwater surpluses in confined brackish-saline aquifers for recovery in times of demand, (2) the Freshkeeper to counteract salinization of well fields by interception and desalination of upconing brackish groundwater, and (3) the Freshmaker to combine ASR and Freshkeeper to enlarge the volume of natural freshwater lenses for later abstraction.
program Knowledge for Climate (KfC)
theme HS2 Hotspotoverstijgende thema's
project (Thema 2) Zoetwatervoorziening en waterkwaliteit
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