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A New Focus on Groundwater–Seawater Interactions

Edited by Ward Sanford, Christian Langevin, Maurizio Polemio & Pavel Povinec
IAHS Publ. 312 (2007)  978-1-901502-04-6  344 + x pp,  price £64.00
Water and chemical fluxes across the sea floor provide an important linkage between terrestrial and marine environ­ments. Oceanographers recognize that these fluxes may act as a source of nutrients or harmful contaminants to marine systems. They may also act as a beneficial source of fresh­water for coastal estuaries that require relatively low salinities. Hydrologists and hydro­geologists recognize that fluxes across the sea floor comprise an important part of the water balance for coastal aquifers. Most fresh groundwater discharge to the ocean is derived from terrestrial aquifer recharge. However, excessive groundwater withdrawals from coastal aquifers can cause saltwater intrusion by inter­cepting the seaward flux. Quantitative estimates of fresh groundwater discharge toward the coast can provide a basis for determining safe withdrawal rates.

       Oceanographers, marine scientists, and those study­ing and managing saltwater intrusion in coastal aquifers, share a common goal of quantification and under­stand­ing of groundwater and seawater interactions. The papers in this volume, an outcome of a symposium organised jointly by the IAHS International Commission on Ground­water and the International Association for the Physical Sciences of the Oceans, IAPSO, in 2007, present research by those working from the marine and terrestrial sides of the issues, and cover a variety of investigative approaches applied at locations worldwide. Together, they form an important contribution to the literature.


Changes in Water Resources Systems :Methodologies to Maintain Water Security and Ensure Integrated M

Changes in Water Resources Systems :Methodologies to Maintain Water Security and Ensure Integrated Management

Edited by Nick van de Giesen, Xia Jun, Dan Rosbjerg & Yoshihiro Fukushima
IAHS Publ. 315 (2007) ISBN 978-1-901502-19-0 330 + viii pp; price £62.00
As a guiding principle, integrated water resources management (IWRM) is now well established. In the policy arena, IWRM is more or less taken as a given, and IWRM is continuously enriched with new concepts, such as adaptation and transition management. The scientific basis for IWRM, however, has not yet fully crystallized. As this book shows, IWRM is, for an important part, a set of practices and, consequently, case studies play an important part in the scientific literature. This volume specifically addresses changes in water resources systems. The continuously changing pressures on our water resources are diverse: the pressure to produce food and provide household water is of extreme importance in Africa; in Asia, the rapidly emerging economies of China and India show that the need for water of sufficient quality is becoming a development constraint; and in Europe, North America, Australia and Japan, water resources have for a long time been recognized as essential for social well-being, and this recognition is now expressed in institutional changes, such as the European Water Framework. In addition, investment decisions everywhere are made against the background of increasing uncertainty due to ubiquitous changes, such as climate change, economic globalization, and land-use intensification. This diverse set of challenges is met with an equally diverse set of solutions and approaches. This volume provides a good sample of the many of issues that are dealt with in the context of IWRM.


Water Quality and Sediment Behaviour of the Future:Predictions for the 21st Century

Water Quality and Sediment Behaviour of the Future:Predictions for the 21st Century

Edited by Bruce W. Webb & Dirk De Boer
IAHS Publ. 314 (2007) ISBN 978-1-901502-14-5; 322 + x pp price £62.00
This volume is an outcome of a symposium organized by the IAHS International Commissions on Water Quality (ICWQ), Continental Erosion (ICCE), and Groundwater (ICGW), and the Predictions in Ungauged Basins (PUB) Working Group, with the objective of bringing together experts to provide a state-of-the-art review of our current understanding of how water quality and sediment behaviour might alter as a result of climate and land-use change during the 21st century. The aim was to examine, for both surface water and groundwater systems, not only the nature and controls of future changes in water quality and sediment behaviour, but also what the implications of these will be for human use of water and for freshwater ecosystems, and how well our science is equipped to predict the future in this regard. Thirty-six reviewed papers were accepted for publication. They are grouped in three sections in this volume: Sediment and Nutrient Behaviour in Surface Waters; Metals and Other Water Quality Problems; and Management issues.


Quantification and Reduction of Predictive Uncertainty for Sustainable Water Resources Management

Quantification and Reduction of Predictive Uncertainty for Sustainable Water Resources Management
Edited by Eva Boegh, Harald Kunstmann, Thorsten Wagener, Alan Hall, Luis Bastidas,  Stewart Franks, Hoshin Gupta, Dan Rosbjerg & John Schaake
IAHS Publ. 313 (2007ISBN 978-1-90150278-09-1   508 + iv pp. price £87.00

The atmosphere is the primary driving force for all hydrological processes, yet the availability of spatially and temporally reliable hydrometeoro­logical information remains a critical issue in many hydrological studies. The problem is made more urgent by the suggestion that a warmer climate will lead to an intensification of the hydrological cycle, and to an increase in the frequency of extreme events. In order to accurately represent and understand the impact of climate dynamics on the development of freshwater resources, water manage­ment tools that account for the coupled land–atmosphere system are needed. Indeed, the derivation of spatially and temporally representative hydromet­eorological data and their accurate representation in water manage­ment tools is important to predict current and future develop­ments in freshwater resources, and the influence of changing climate and land surface patterns due to intens­ified human activities.

The contributions in this volume consider the uncertainties in the end-to-end prediction of hydrological variables, beginning with the atmospheric driving, and ending with the hydrological calculations for scientifically-sound decisions in sustainable water management. The book is organized in two main parts; the first addresses the Quantification and reduction of predictive uncertainty in hydrometeorological forcing, and the second includes studies aiming at Minimizing risks in water management decisions by improving the understanding and spatial representation of the coupled land–atmosphere system.


Моделирование геотермальных процессов. А.В. Кирюхин, К. Ргиезз

Моделирование геотермальных процессов. А.В. Кирюхин, К. Ргиезз. Уч. пособие. Петр.-Камч.: Изд-во КГПУ. -2004. - 102 с.
В учебном пособии на примерах задач по геотермальным месторождениям, вулканам и землетрясениям Камчатки рассматриваются методы применения компьютерной графики для создания концептуальных моделей геотермальных процессов и дальнейшего преобразования концептуальных моделей в численные модели, приложения численных моделей для анализа процессов тепломассопе-реноса в геотермальных резервуарах в связи с технико-экономическим обоснованием проектов эксплуатации геотермальных месторождений,
Учебное пособие для аспирантов по специальности «математическое моделирование», а также для специальных курсов студентов геолого-геофизических, геолого-экономических специальностей и специалистов по геотермальной теплоэнергетике.
102 стр., 64 рис., библ. 47 наим.


Оползни и другие геодинамические процессы горноскладчатых областей Украины

Рудько г. И., Ерыш И. Ф.
Оползни и другие геодинамические процессы горноскладчатых областей Украины (Крым, Карпаты)

В работе рассмотрены результаты многолетних исследований по изучению опасных геологических процессов Крымского и Карпатского регионов. Определены пространственно-временные закономерности развития оползней, условия их влияния на хозяйственные объекты, здания и инженерные сооружения, осущест¬влено прогнозирование оползневого процесса, приведена методология и методика инженерной защиты оползнеопасных территорий. 


Экологическая безопасность техноприродных геосистем

Г.И. Рудько, С.В. Гошовский Экологическая безопасность техноприродных геосистем. Киев 2006 г.


Геоэкология угледобывающих районов Кузбасса

Геоэкология угледобывающих районов Кузбасса [Текст] : монография / В. П. Потапов [и др.] ; Отв. ред. В. И. Овденко. - Новосибирск: Наука, 2005 (Кемерово). - 650 с.: ил. + 1 л. ил. - Библиогр.: с. 628-643 (170 назв.). - 500 экз. - ISBN 5-02-032531-7 : Б. ц.
В надзаг.: Рос. АН, Сиб. отд-ние, Ин-т угля и углехимии

Курленя М.В. Техногенные геомеханические поля напряжений

Курленя М.В. Техногенные геомеханические поля напряжений / Курленя М.В., Серяков В.М., Еременко А.А. - Новосибирск: Наука, 2005. - 264 с.

Информационный бюллетень о состоянии недр на территории Российской Федерации

УДК [556.38+551.31(470)
Информационный бюллетень о состоянии недр на территории Российской Федерации в 2005 г. - Вып. 29. — М.: 000 "Геоинформмарк", 2006, - 212 с. 15 вклеек.
В бюллетене содержатся статистические данные и аналитические оценки, полученные по результатам ведения мониторинга состояния недр на территории Российской Федерации в 2005 г. по подземным водам и экзогенным геоло¬гическим процессам.
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