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Climate Change and Groundwater

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There is a general consensus that for the next few decades at least, the Earth will continue its warming. This will inevitably bring about serious environmental problems. For human society, the most severe will be those related to alterations of the hydrological cycle, which is already heavily influenced by human activities. Climate change will directly affect groundwater recharge, groundwater quality and the freshwater-seawater interface.
The variations of groundwater storage inevitably entail a variety of geomorphological and engineering effects. In the areas where water resources are likely to diminish, groundwater will be one of the main solutions to prevent drought. In spite of its paramount importance, the issue of 'Climate Change and Groundwater' has been neglected. This volume presents some of the current understanding of the topic.

Very good condition, with slight bumping to edges of spine.

Item details

Author(s):
Dragoni, W . and Sukhija, B.S.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2008
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1862392358
ISBN-13:
9781862392359
Number of pages:
186
Publisher:
Geological Society
Title:
Climate Change and Groundwater

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There is a general consensus that for the next few decades at least, the Earth will continue its warming. This will inevitably bring about serious environmental problems. For human society, the most severe will be those related to alterations of the hydrological cycle, which is already heavily influenced by human activities. Climate change will directly affect groundwater recharge, groundwater quality and the freshwater-seawater interface.
The variations of groundwater storage inevitably entail a variety of geomorphological and engineering effects. In the areas where water resources are likely to diminish, groundwater will be one of the main solutions to prevent drought. In spite of its paramount importance, the issue of 'Climate Change and Groundwater' has been neglected. This volume presents some of the current understanding of the topic.

Very good condition, with slight bumping to edges of spine.

Author(s):
Dragoni, W . and Sukhija, B.S.
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2008
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1862392358
ISBN-13:
9781862392359
Number of pages:
186
Publisher:
Geological Society
Title:
Climate Change and Groundwater

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