Estimation of urban groundwater recharge from different sources by quantifying soil seepage processes

U. Mohrlok, L. Wolf & J. Klinger
The implementation of subsurface processes into the integrated urban water system is essential for an integrated urban water and mass balance as a base for predicting the evolution of water quality in order to establish sustainable integrated urban water systems. In particular, the processes of urban groundwater recharge and discharge provide an important transport path for nutrients and pollutants from the surface and subsurface, e.g. contaminated sites or sewer leaks, to surface waters in urban...

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Estimation of urban groundwater recharge from different sources by quantifying soil seepage processes

U. Mohrlok, L. Wolf & J. Klinger
The implementation of subsurface processes into the integrated urban water system is essential for an integrated urban water and mass balance as a base for predicting the evolution of water quality in order to establish sustainable integrated urban water systems. In particular, the processes of urban groundwater recharge and discharge provide an important transport path for nutrients and pollutants from the surface and subsurface, e.g. contaminated sites or sewer leaks, to surface waters in urban...

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