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Groundwater Injection
Modeling, Risks, and Regulations
by Frederick Bloetscher

Groundwater Injection explores alternative programs for protecting water resources by using natural aquifer systems, and describes their limitations and design criteria, including regulations, groundwater modeling, risk assessment, and pertinent case studies.

Groundwater Injection features:

  • What sites are suitable for groundwater technologies
  • Real-life groundwater injection project successes
  • Why and how to assess the risks in projects
  • Using models to predict costs, risks, and outcomes
  • Regulatory and operational considerations Salinity factors
  • Assorted example projects that demonstrate risk assessment, modeling, and other important concepts

Contents

  1. Groundwater Injection Systems
  2. Regulatory Environment, Climate and Requirements
  3. Mathematics of Groundwater Flow and Transport
  4. Physical Considerations in Groundwater Injection Programs
  5. Operation of Groundwater Injection Programs
  6. Example Projects: Their Successes and What Was Learned
  7. Selection of a Groundwater Model
  8. The Need for Risk Assessment
  9. Modeling Risk with Application to Hollywood
  10. Emerging Issues

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Groundwater Injection
Modeling, Risks, and Regulations
by Frederick Bloetscher

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