46th IAH Congress - Malaga, Spain 2019

from Sunday, 22 September 2019 (09:00) to Friday, 27 September 2019 (16:00)
Trade Fairs and Congress Center (FYCMA)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
22 Sep 2019
23 Sep 2019
24 Sep 2019
25 Sep 2019
26 Sep 2019
27 Sep 2019
Courses (until 18:00) ()
Meeting (until 18:00) ()
Registration (until 09:00) ()
Plenary (until 10:30) ()
10:00 Managed Recharge to Restore Aquifers: Past, Present and Future - Jesus Carrera (Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA-CSIC))   ()
10:30 --- Coffee break ---
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 2.1)
11:15 Assessing groundwater recharge and evapotranspiration in a Nordic humid region dominated by snowmelt - Mr Lamine Boumaiza (University of Quebec at Chicoutimi)   (Conference room 2.1)
11:30 Groundwater Modeling in Integrated Water Resources Use in the Little Akaki Watershed, Ethiopia - Mr Mesfin Benti Tolera ((1)Construction Environment Engineering Department, University of Science and Technology, Daejeon 34113, Korea; (2)Land and Water Resources Research Department, Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology, Goyang 10223, Korea)   (Conference room 2.1)
11:45 Exploration of deep groundwater systems in mega-fans - Example from Northern Namibia - Dr Georg J Houben (BGR)   (Conference room 2.1)
12:00 Developing a hydrostratigraphic classification system for South Africa. - Dr Roger Diamond (University of Pretoria)   (Conference room 2.1)
12:15 Re-utilizing possibilities of abandoned hydrocarbon wells in Northern Hungary - Prof. Péter Szűcs (University of Miskolc, Institute of Environmental Management, MTA Geoengineering Research Group)   (Conference room 2.1)
12:30 Isotopic and geochemical evidence of groundwater origin and salinization in multi layered coastal aquifer of India - Mr Manivannan Vengadesan (Research Scholar)   (Conference room 2.1)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 2.2)
11:15 Transboundary Aquifers: moving beyond boundaries to management alternatives - Dr Rosario Sanchez (Texas A&M University)   (Conference room 2.2)
11:30 Advances in Groundwater Monitoring - Dr Neno Kukuric (IGRAC)   (Conference room 2.2)
11:45 Groundwater Management - A Perspective from Alberta, Canada - Mr Roger Clissold (Hydrogeological Consultants Ltd.)   (Conference room 2.2)
12:00 Squaring the cycle of groundwater processes in nutrient budgets: a socio-hydrogeological application in the Lombardy Plain (Italy) - Dr Viviana Re (Department of Earth Sciences, University of Pisa)   (Conference room 2.2)
12:15 Protecting a freshwater lens against sea level rise: a field experiment - Dr Perry de Louw (Deltares & Wageningen University)   (Conference room 2.2)
12:30 Stochastic knowledge integration for groundwater exploration in data scarce areas - Dr Luk Peeters (CSIRO Mineral Resources)   (Conference room 2.2)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Multiuse room 2)
11:15 Impacts of Climate Change on Groundwater – results from the BINGO project - Dr emilia novo (LNEC)   (Multiuse room 2)
11:30 Fresh Groundwater Resources for the Future Generations of Yemen - Dr Yusuf Al-Mooji (Freelance consultant)   (Multiuse room 2)
11:45 Drivers of changes in Austrian groundwater levels – climate vs. water use - Prof. Steffen Birk (University of Graz, Institute of Earth Sciences, NAWI Graz Geocenter)   (Multiuse room 2)
12:00 Examination of the hydrologic cycle with long-term precipitation and groundwater level data - Mr Csaba Ilyés (University of Miskolc MTA-ME Geoengineering Research Group)   (Multiuse room 2)
12:15 IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON GROUNDWATER RECHARGE AND BASE FLOW IN THE MUDA RIVER BASIN, MALAYSIA - Dr Mohd Khairul Nizar Shamsuddin (Senior Research Officer)   (Multiuse room 2)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 1.B)
11:15 Pumping response and sustainable well yield of some hard-rock aquifers - Vincenzo Piscopo (Università degli Studi della Tuscia)   (Conference room 1.B)
11:45 How efficient energy production can be fostered in transboundary aquifers - Dr Teodóra Szőcs (Mining and Geological Survey of Hungary)   (Conference room 1.B)
12:00 Management of groundwater-energy-food nexus for sustainability - Makoto Taniguchi (Research Institute for Humanity and Nature)   (Conference room 1.B)
12:15 The “hydropuls®” Process for Regeneration and Intensification of Wells - Toralf Fischer (TLM hydropuls GmbH, Germany)   (Conference room 1.B)
12:30 Development of Integrated water resources management model in the transboundary Cijevna River Basin (Montenegro – Albania) - Mr Momčilo Blagojević (Water Management Directorate, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Montenegro)   (Conference room 1.B)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Multiuse room 1)
11:15 Developing a structured groundwater database for hydrogeological interpretation as a tool for sustainable groundwater management in Guinea-Bissau (W Africa) - Arianna Marcolla (Department of Geosciences, University of Padova, Italy)   (Multiuse room 1)
11:30 Empowering Local Drillers and Training Communities To Ensure Groundwater Resource Sustainability by Adequate Self Flowing Well Design and Drilling - Mr Arif Fadillah (Danone Aqua)   (Multiuse room 1)
11:45 Lessons learned from groundwater governance and management and capacity building programmes in the developing world - Dr Hans Beekman (GIZ-Consultant)   (Multiuse room 1)
12:00 Water Scarcity in Pacific Island Countries; Experiences in National Water Policy Development. - Prof. Ian White (Australian National University)   (Multiuse room 1)
12:15 Inferring groundwater recharge associations to climate, land use and geological structures using multi-decadal groundwater level observations from the semi-arid Limpopo basin of South Africa - John Lindle (University of Copenhagen, Denmark)   (Multiuse room 1)
12:30 IMPACTS OF LAND-USE CHANGES AND URBANIZATION ON COASTAL GROUNDWATER RESOURCES OF LAGOS, SW-NIGERIA: Integrated Hydrogeochemical and GIS-based Assessments - Prof. Moshood TIJANI (University of Ibadan, Ibadan - Nigeria)   (Multiuse room 1)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Auditorium 2)
11:15 Hydrogeological modeling of the Eastern Mountain Aquifer, Israel, suggesting substantial migration of discharging springs in time - Mr Yehuda Levy (Institute of Earth Sciences, Hebrew University of Jerusalem)   (Auditorium 2)
11:30 How ground gets wet: physical experiments of variably saturated flow - Dr Matthys Dippenaar (University of Pretoria)   (Auditorium 2)
11:45 Monitoring technology of groundwater-air pressure (enclosed potentiometric) for karst collapse studies - Prof. Xiaozhen Jiang   (Auditorium 2)
12:00 Prediction of Groundwater Inflow Rates to Longwall Coal Panels in Central Turkey - Hasan Yazicigil (Middle East Technical University)   (Auditorium 2)
12:15 Optimization of pilot points distribution in inverse modelling- A case study from Qatar Aquifer - Prof. Husam Baalousha (Associate Professor - Hamad Bin Khalifa University)   (Auditorium 2)
12:30 ISOTOPES AND NOBLE GASES INVESTIGATION OF SOUSS-MASSA AQUIFER, MOROCCO. - Prof. Mohammed HSSAISOUNE (Ibn Zohr University/Sultane Moulay Slimane University)   (Auditorium 2)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 1.A)
11:15 Similarity based approaches in Hydrogeology: basic concepts, alternative approaches, first results, potential applications, pitfalls and problems - Prof. Roland Barthel (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)   (Conference room 1.A)
11:30 Identification and Quantification of Spatial and Temporal Hyporheic Fluxes Using High-resolution Distributed Temperature Sensing in the First-order Alpine Stream in Taiwan - Prof. Yung-Chia Chiu (National Taiwan Ocean University)   (Conference room 1.A)
11:45 Lysimeter experiment on municipal landfill waste - Dr Dominika Dabrowska (University of Silesia, Faculty of Earth Sciences)   (Conference room 1.A)
12:00 Integrating Fiber-optics distributed temperature sensing and electromagnetic geophysics data for multiscale characterization of GW-SW interactions in heterogeneous streambeds. - Mr Jaime Gaona (Free University Berlin / Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology / University of Trento)   (Conference room 1.A)
12:15 Towards a holistic approach in characterising the water cycle in the Campine area (NE Belgium) at various temporal and spatial scales - Dr Koen Beerten (Institute of Environment, Health and Safety, Belgian Nuclear Research Centre SCK-CEN)   (Conference room 1.A)
Plenary (until 10:30) ()
09:00 Transboundary Aquifers: Groundwater Management and Governance in a Water Scarce World - Prof. Gabriel Eckstein (Texas A&M University)   ()
09:30 Groundwater, water-security and sustainable livelihoods - Prof. Alan MacDonald (British Geological Survey)   ()
10:00 Climate Change Effects on Groundwater: Expectations and Observations - Matthew Rodell (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)   ()
10:30 --- Coffee break ---
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 2.1)
11:15 Natural radioactivity of groundwater, the new challenge in drinking water quality: how can flow system approach help? - Ms Petra Baják (Eötvös Loránd University, Department of Geology, József and Erzsébet Tóth Endowed Hydrogeology Chair)   (Conference room 2.1)
11:30 New evidence of recent recharge of the Continental Intercalaire transboundary aquifer, north-west of Algerian Sahara, using hydrochemical and isotopic technics - Mr YOUCEF HAKIMI (UNIVERSITY of LIEGE)   (Conference room 2.1)
11:45 Groundwater assessment in sand rivers in adaptation to climate variability and water scarcity: opportunities and challenges in semi-arid Africa - Dr Tibor Stigter (IHE Delft Institute for Water Education)   (Conference room 2.1)
12:00 Delineation of wellhead protection zones for the control of point pollution sources in the Lusaka Aquifer System, Zambia - Dr Kawawa Banda (University of Zambia)   (Conference room 2.1)
12:15 Groundwater flow modelling: A decision-making tool for water resource management in coastal areas - Case study of the Oussouye plateau (South Senegal) - Prof. SERIGNE FAYE (UCAD/DAKAR, SENEGAL)   (Conference room 2.1)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 2.2)
11:15 Response of spring discharge to climate changes in hard rock aquifers of different lithologies - Dr Maria Filippini (University of Bologna)   (Conference room 2.2)
11:30 A GIS-based water budget procedure used to evaluate groundwater resources under climate change scenarios - Prof. Daniela Ducci (Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering, University of Naples Federico II)   (Conference room 2.2)
11:45 Numerical and analytical assessment of stormwater infiltration via wells and infiltration trenches - Mr Jose David Henao Casas (Department of Hydrosciences, Technische Universität Dresden, Dresden, Germany)   (Conference room 2.2)
12:00 What does it take to get recharge in a semi-arid climate? - Prof. Ian ACWORTH (UNSW - CWI)   (Conference room 2.2)
12:15 Groundwater storage in high Alpine catchments and sensitivity to climate change - Dr Marie Arnoux (University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland)   (Conference room 2.2)
12:30 Impact of rainfall structure and climate change on soil and groundwater salinization - Dr Emna Gargouri Ellouze (University of Tunis El Manar, National Engineering School of TUNIS (ENIT), LR99ES19 Laboratory of Modelling in Hydraulics and Environment (LMHE), Tunis, Tunisia)   (Conference room 2.2)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Multiuse room 1)
11:15 Climate change and Australian groundwater - Dr Glen Walker (Grounded in Water)   (Multiuse room 1)
11:30 Estimating future stream connectivity using a water balance approach based on climate projections until 2100 - Dr Josep Mas-Pla (ICRA / Universitat de Girona)   (Multiuse room 1)
11:45 Coupled climatological and hydrogeological models used for predictive managements in the Hungarian parts of the Pannonian basin, special focus on groundwater dependent ecosystems, and various developments of irrigation. - Gyorgy Toth (Mr)   (Multiuse room 1)
12:00 Climate effects on intra-annual groundwater level fluctuations in Fennoscandia - Michelle Nygren (Department of Earth Sciences, University of Gothenburg)   (Multiuse room 1)
12:15 : The resilience of the Alsatian aquifer, France to climate and anthropogenic change - Ms Agnès Labarchède (LIVE (Institute of Imagery, City and Environment) - UMR 7362, Faculty of Geography and Regional Planning, University of Strasbourg, France)   (Multiuse room 1)
12:30 Potential effects of climate change and future abstraction rate in a groundwater system located in coastal Kenya - Núria Ferrer Ramos (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)   (Multiuse room 1)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Auditorium 2)
11:15 Evaluation of Water Information Systems Applied to Groundwater Governance - Mr Nuno Barreiras (CERIS-IST)   (Auditorium 2)
11:30 Groundwater management with environmental flows : Hydro-economic models, methods and results - Dr Alexandre Pryet (Georessources and Environment, Bordeaux INP and Univ. Bordeaux Montaigne.)   (Auditorium 2)
11:45 Groundwater Management and Governance: Science is Necessary but Insufficient - Craig T. Simmons (Flinders University & National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training (Australia))   (Auditorium 2)
12:00 Optimization of water resources in the rural environment: modelling tools for evaluating conjunctive use of ground- and surface-water and for crop yield estimate - Giovanna De Filippis (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna)   (Auditorium 2)
12:15 Hydrogeological modelling for the watershed management of the Mar Menor coastal lagoon (Spain) - Dr Andres Alcolea (HydroGeoModels AG)   (Auditorium 2)
12:30 What hydrogeology can learn from data science in terms of reproducible research - Maximilian Nölscher (Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR))   (Auditorium 2)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 1.B)
11:15 Estimation of Ecosystem Services improvement in the implementation of deep managed aquifer recharge in Llobregat delta (Spain) - Dr Ester Vilanova   (Conference room 1.B)
11:30 Sustainable water resources management: understanding human-water system - Mrs Branka Bracic Zeleznik   (Conference room 1.B)
11:45 Groundwater for water scarcity regions - how to delineate the most necessitous areas? Case study for Slovakia - Mr Peter Malík (Dpt. of Hydrogeology and Geothermal Energy; Štátny geologický ústav Dionýza Štúra – Geological Survey of Slovak Republic)   (Conference room 1.B)
12:00 The relationship between Groundwater Governance and Management at Local Municipal Level. - Fanus Fourie (Department of Water and Sanitation)   (Conference room 1.B)
12:15 Challenges for the assessment and management of transboundary aquifers at the global scale - Lucila Candela (IMDEA-Water)   (Conference room 1.B)
12:30 What can modern farms learn from older one? A lesson from ancient wise hydrogeologists - Dr Avshalom Babad (Dead Sea and Arava Science Center)   (Conference room 1.B)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Multiuse room 2)
11:15 Modeling the 3-D hydraulic conductivity distribution in the southern Po river plain by stationary and non-stationary geostatistics - Diego Di Curzio (Department of Engineering and Geology (InGeo), University of Chieti-Pescara Italy)   (Multiuse room 2)
11:30 Biogeochemical precipitates at the terminal points of regional groundwater flow systems as analogs for geothermal plants and past processes - Mrs Petra Kovács-Bodor (József and Erzsébet Tóth Endowed Hydrogeology Chair, Department of Geology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary)   (Multiuse room 2)
11:45 Characterization Deep and Shallow Aquifer using Stable Isotope 18O and D. Case Studies from Self Flowing Wells in Indonesia - Mr Teuku Reza (Danone Aqua)   (Multiuse room 2)
12:00 A multi-method characterization of river-aquifer interaction at the meter-scale: combining field measurements, heat transport modelling and groundwater modelling - Mr Gert Ghysels (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)   (Multiuse room 2)
12:15 A New Method for Pore Water Content Measurement of Low-Permeability Rocks - Dr Ekaterina Kazak (Moscow State University, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (Skoltech))   (Multiuse room 2)
12:30 Groundwater in the upper part of the eastern desert of Egypt: isotopes, infiltration, flow conditions, and chemical indicators - Prof. Uwe Troeger (Technische Universität Berlin)   (Multiuse room 2)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 1.A)
11:15 Multidisciplinary approach to study the landfill leachate impact on groundwater hydrogeochemistry in aquitard and aquiclude - Sergio Rusi (Department of Engineering and Geology UniversitY of Chieti/Pescara Italy)   (Conference room 1.A)
11:30 Hydrogeochemistry of groundwater in the Namaqualhd region, South Africa: Implications for surficial uranium potential - Ms Sisanda Makubalo (Council for Geoscience)   (Conference room 1.A)
11:45 Feature selection for mapping the probability of groundwater pollution using Random Forest - Dr Maria Paula Mendes (CERIS, Civil Engineering Research and Innovation for Sustainability, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa)   (Conference room 1.A)
12:00 Regional Groundwater Contamination Related to Exploration & Production of Natural Gas – Pavillion Gas Field, Wind River Basin, Wyoming USA - Mr Mickel Wireman (Granite Ridge Groundwater)   (Conference room 1.A)
12:15 An improved DRASTIC-based groundwater vulnerability assessment using particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithm - Maryam Torkashvand (Department of GIS/RS, Faculty of Natural resources and Environment, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Iran)   (Conference room 1.A)
12:30 The occurrence and distribution of antibiotics in Hutuohe Valley, North China - Dr Dandan Liu   (Conference room 1.A)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Multiuse room 3)
11:15 Determination of the source of salt contamination using a combination of novel stable isotopic parameters (37Cl, 81Br, 18O and 2H) and tritium to assess the impact on regional groundwater supplies in southern Ontario, Canada - Lori Labelle (University of Waterloo)   (Multiuse room 3)
11:30 The Urban Water Cycle - SuDS as a measure for preservation and prevention; example from Bergen, Norway - Ms Guri Venvik (Geological Survey of Norway)   (Multiuse room 3)
11:45 Evaluation of groundwater environment changes due to urbanization in the Tokyo metropolitan area, Japan: Application of subsurface temperature observation integrated of long-term monitoring and repeated measurement of temperature-depth profiles - Dr Akinobu Miyakoshi (Geological Survey of Japan, AIST)   (Multiuse room 3)
12:00 Induced land subsidence due to groundwater withdrawal compared to rising sea-levels in sinking cities - Prof. Alain Dassargues (University of Liège)   (Multiuse room 3)
12:15 Detection and Assessment of Pharmaceutical Drug Residues in Drinking Water - Dr Mihael Brencic   (Multiuse room 3)
12:30 Geothermal use of old flooded mines: from a risky trial-and-error approach towards challenging predictive simulations - Prof. Alain Dassargues (University of Liège)   (Multiuse room 3)
One-day field trip (until 19:00) ()
Plenary (until 10:30) ()
09:00 Improving groundwater storage and quality in a seawater intruded multi-aquifer system by managed aquifer recharge - Prof. Elango Lakshmanan (Professor & Head)   ()
09:30 Dealing with geological heterogeneity and uncertainty in groundwater modelling: challenges and lessons learnt - Prof. Marijke Huysmans (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)   ()
10:00 Karst functioning: What do we learn from the various modeling methods ? - Dr Hervé Jourde (Université de Montpellier)   ()
10:30 --- Coffee break ---
Parallel (until 12:45) (Auditorium 2)
11:15 Simulation of Borehole Heat Exchangers using MODFLOW-USG and USG-Transport - Dr Sorab Panday (GSI Environmental)   (Auditorium 2)
11:30 Groundwater salinization mechanism in an arid inland basin: the Manas River Basin in the Northwest China - Prof. Menggui Jin (China University of Geosciences, Wuhan )   (Auditorium 2)
11:45 An iterative geophysical – geological – hydrogeological approach for high resolution interpretation of ERT profiles. The Siguenza-Guadalajara limestone-marl-sand series case-study (Spain) - Ms Marta HERNANDEZ GARCIA (Aguas Danone Water)   (Auditorium 2)
12:00 Conceptual and numerical groundwater flow models to evaluate construction, geotechnical and environments effects of the Brión railway tunnel for the Ferrol Outer harbor - Dr ACACIA NAVES (UNIVERSIDAD A CORUÑA)   (Auditorium 2)
12:15 Hydrochemical and isotopic multi-tracer data to characterize subsurface upwelling of saline groundwater along conductive fault zones - Eric Zechner (University of Basel)   (Auditorium 2)
12:30 A simple graphical method to visualize the end-member fractions in a three-component groundwater mixing: the example of Ferrarelle system (Riardo, southern Italy) - Dr Emilio Cuoco (Università della Campania, Luigi Vanvitelli)   (Auditorium 2)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 1.A)
11:15 The piezometric tidal signal, a new tool for studying the properties of even the shallowest aquifers - Dr Bernard COLLIGNON (URBACONSULTING)   (Conference room 1.A)
11:30 Comparative analysis of karst spring hydrographs using automatic recession methods - Mr Tunde Olarinoye (University of Freiburg, Germany)   (Conference room 1.A)
11:45 Drainage galleries system to depressurize active landslide in unconfined aquifer located in the north of Bucaramanga, Colombia - Mr Luis Suescún (IAH-COL/DHI Group)   (Conference room 1.A)
12:00 Using natural tracers and high frequency physicochemical monitoring as complementary tools to a groundwater flow modelling - Mrs Angélique POULAIN (University of Avignon)   (Conference room 1.A)
12:30 Dating groundwater with radio-krypton and radio-argon - Dr Guo-Min Yang (University of Science and Technology of China)   (Conference room 1.A)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Multiuse room 3)
11:15 Dynamic outcrop analogues in groundwater reservoirs. A disruptive approach for reservoir characterization and modelling. - Dr Gérard Massonnat (TOTAL)   (Multiuse room 3)
11:30 Passive seismic monitoring of the groundwater level in the Fontaine de Vaucluse aquifer - Ms Isabelle Dumont (Total SA & Université Grenoble Alpes)   (Multiuse room 3)
11:45 Sequence stratigraphy as an inter-disciplinary tool for karst network forecast. Multiphase and multiprocess karst genesis in the Urgonian Formation. - Dr Gérard Massonnat (TOTAL)   (Multiuse room 3)
12:00 Hydrogeological and hydrogeophysical insights into karst aquifer unsaturated zone. Challenges and limits. - Dr Konstantinos Chalikakis (UMR 1114 EMMAH, Avignon Université – INRA, FRANCE)   (Multiuse room 3)
12:15 Inter-disciplinary characterisation of carbonate reservoirs. ALBION, a multi-scales dynamic analogue. - Dr Charles Danquigny (UMR 1114 EMMAH, Avignon Université – INRA, FRANCE; Total SA)   (Multiuse room 3)
12:30 Characterization of aquifer heterogeneities by integrating tomographic pumping tests and flowmeter data - Mohammed Aliouache (Université de Montpellier)   (Multiuse room 3)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 2.1)
11:15 Karst groundwater exploration and utilization in south China - Prof. Junbing Pu (Key Laboratory of Karst Dynamics, MNR & Guangxi, Institute of Karst Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences)   (Conference room 2.1)
11:30 Unlocking the mysteries of the Diquini Tunnel, Haiti's largest supply of water - James Adamson (Northwater)   (Conference room 2.1)
11:45 An Example of Inverse Delineation of Basin Boundaries Based on Water Budgeting in Highly Karstified Terrains - Mr Branislav Petrovic (University of Belgrade-Faculty of Mining & Geology, Center for Karst Hydrogeology)   (Conference room 2.1)
12:00 Contrasting the behaviour of karstic and non-karstic hydrologic processes at the catchment scale - Dr Yan Liu (Chair of Hydrological Modeling and Water Resources, University of Freiburg, Germany)   (Conference room 2.1)
12:15 Quantification of large-scale groundwater resources in karst aquifers within the Mediterranean region under the light of long-term shifts in climate - Mr Flann Corcoran (TU Berlin, Department of Hydrogeology, Berlin, Germany)   (Conference room 2.1)
12:30 A global dataset of simulated karstic groundwater recharge to support water management and speleothem analysis - Prof. Andreas Hartmann (Chair of Hydrological Modeling and Water Resources, University of Freiburg, Germany; Department of Civil Engineering, University of Bristol, UK)   (Conference room 2.1)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 2.2)
11:15 Development of a protection concept for the Dong Van Karst area as basis for a sustainable drinking water supply, Northern Vietnam - Mr Dominik Richter (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany)   (Conference room 2.2)
11:30 Typology of karst aquifers in Europe: a review – GeoERA RESOURCE project, CHAKA work package - Eulogio Pardo-Iguzquiza (Instituto Geológico y Minero de España (IGME))   (Conference room 2.2)
11:45 Impact of historic and future climate on spring recharge and discharge based on an integrated numerical modelling approach: Application on a snow-governed semi-arid karst catchment area - Joanna Doummar (American University of Beirut)   (Conference room 2.2)
12:00 Impact of low flow conditions on microbial signature and natural attenuation in a karst aquifer - Michael Sinreich (Swiss Federal Office for the Environment FOEN)   (Conference room 2.2)
12:15 Calibration of a semi-distributed lumped model of a karst system using time series data analysis: the example of the Qachqouch karst spring (Lebanon) - Emmanuel Dubois (Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM))   (Conference room 2.2)
12:30 Predictive groundwater flood mapping in a lowland karst environment - Dr Owen Naughton (Institute of Technology Carlow)   (Conference room 2.2)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Multiuse room 1)
11:15 Methodological approach for karst aquifers evaluation: case study of Učja Valley aquifer, NW Slovenia - Petra Zvab Rozic (University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering)   (Multiuse room 1)
11:30 Rapid karst development in salt layers during and following flash floods along the shores of the Dead Sea - Dr Ittai Gavrieli (Geological Survey of Israel)   (Multiuse room 1)
11:45 Statistical evaluation of the World Karst Aquifer Map: Global distribution of karst aquifers - Prof. Nico Goldscheider (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) )   (Multiuse room 1)
12:00 Underground Dam Construction Impact to the Groundwater Quantity and Quality of Ryukyu Limestone Aquifer in Southern Okinawa Island, Japan - Mr Oktanius Richard Hermawan (Department of Master’s Course, Earth and Environmental Science, Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kumamoto University, 2-39-1, Kurokami, Kumamoto 860-8555, Japan)   (Multiuse room 1)
12:15 Hydraulic and geochemical impact of occasional saltwater intrusions through a submarine spring in a karstic and thermal aquifer (Thau lagoon area, Montpellier, France) - Marie-Amelie PETRE (HydroSciences Montpellier, Univ Montpellier, CNRS, IRD, Montpellier, France)   (Multiuse room 1)
12:30 Identification of flowpath and depict of flow system of deep buried karst system (Jinci karst catchment) in northern China - Xubo Gao (China University of Geosciences)   (Multiuse room 1)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Multiuse room 2)
11:15 Influence of stress on incipient karst generation in natural fracture networks - Dr Xiaoguang Wang (Université de Montpellier)   (Multiuse room 2)
11:30 Experimental study of solute transport in looping dual-conduit systems - Mr Chaoqi Wang   (Multiuse room 2)
12:00 QUANTITATIVE CLASSIFICATION OF CARBONATE AQUIFERS BASED ON HYDRAULIC BEHAVIOUR - Dr Attila Kovacs (Mining and Geological Survey of Hungary)   (Multiuse room 2)
12:15 Water balance as a tool for sustainable management of karst aquifers – example of the catchment of the Malenščica karst spring (Slovenia) - Blaž Kogovšek (ZRC SAZU Karst Research Institute)   (Multiuse room 2)
12:30 Water isotope monitoring to study transpiration and trees drought responses on Mediterranean karst - Simon Carrière (INRA - UMR EMMAH)   (Multiuse room 2)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 1.B)
11:15 Use of stable isotopes to identify sources of nitrogen transformation processes in the aquifer of the Campo de Montiel (Central Spain) - Dr Esperanza Montero-González (Departamento de Geodinámica, Estratigrafía y Paleontología. Facultad de Ciencias Geológicas. Universidad Complutense de Madrid)   (Conference room 1.B)
11:30 Isotope studies and other hydrogeological techniques to estimate groundwater contributions to a swamp ecosystem - Dr Katarina David (UNSW Australia)   (Conference room 1.B)
11:45 Isotope and geochemical tracers to quantify seasonal variations of the water balance components in a groundwater-dependent low altitude Mediterranean peat bog (Corsica Island, France) - Dr Sébastien SANTONI (Avignon Université, UMR 1114 EMMAH, Campus Jean Henri Fabre, 301 rue Baruch de Spinoza, BP 21239, F-84916 Avignon, France / Université de Corse, CNRS, UMR 6134 SPE, Département d'Hydrogéologie, Campus Grimaldi, BP52, F-20250 Corte, France)   (Conference room 1.B)
12:00 Springs as elements of natural and cultural heritage. The example of Sant Hilari Sacalm (Les Guilleries, NE Spain). - Anna Menció (Universitat de Girona)   (Conference room 1.B)
12:15 Hydrogeology of the Villafáfila lakes (Zamora, Spain) and their relationships with regional flow - Dr Pedro Huerta (University of Salamanca)   (Conference room 1.B)
12:30 Using light-weighted geophysical techniques for the rapid ecohydrological characterization of different peatlands in the Alps - Prof. Timothy D. Bechtel (Department of Earth & Environment, Franklin & Marshall College)   (Conference room 1.B)
Plenary (until 09:30) ()
09:00 The importance of biological processes in quantifying the connection between wetlands and groundwater - Donald Rosenberry (U.S. Geological Survey)   ()
Parallel (until 10:40) (Auditorium 2)
09:40 Geophysically based modeling of preferential flow - Mr Karlis Kukemilks (University of Trier, Department of Geology)   (Auditorium 2)
09:55 Prediction of Groundwater Inflow Rates to an open Pit Mine in Eastern Turkey - Cidem Argunhan Atalay (Middle East Technical University)   (Auditorium 2)
10:10 A definition of hydraulic connectivity in geological media - Mr John Paul Moore (Fault Analysis Group & Irish Centre for Research in Applied Geosciences (iCRAG) )   (Auditorium 2)
10:25 Innovative coupling between GEOMODELR, FEFLOW and MODFLOW to generate unstructured and prismatic meshes with complex geological models for groundwater - Mr Luis Suescún (IAH-COL/DHI Group)   (Auditorium 2)
Parallel (until 10:40) (Conference room 1.A)
09:40 Complex three-dimensional saltwater intrusion patterns in heterogeneous coastal aquifers revealed by fully coupled hydrogeophysical modelling. - Dr Andres Gonzalez-Quiros (School of Geosciences, University of Aberdeen)   (Conference room 1.A)
09:55 A hybrid hydrogeological-geostatistical approach to groundwater monitoring network design in shale gas environments - Mr Zaheed Gaffoor (Institute for Water Studies)   (Conference room 1.A)
10:10 GIS-based groundwater potential mapping using Machine learning models: Case of Medjerda aquifer, North of Tunisia - Dr FATMA TRABELSI (UR-Sustainable Management of Water and Soil Resources, Higher School of Engineers of Medjez El Bab (ESIM), University of Jendouba)   (Conference room 1.A)
10:25 Tritium (3H) to understand groundwater recharge processes and flow regime of intensively exploited aquifer of northwest India - Dr Shive Prakash Rai (Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi)   (Conference room 1.A)
Parallel (until 10:40) (Multiuse room 1)
09:40 Multiple salinization processes along groundwater flow paths in a coastal irrigated plain, Korba, Tunisia - Dr Fairouz Slama (University of Tunis El Manar, National Engineering School of TUNIS (ENIT), LR99ES19 Laboratory of Modelling in Hydraulics and Environment (LMHE), Tunis, Tunisia)   (Multiuse room 1)
09:55 COLD WATER INJECTIONS AS INNOVATIVE SMART TRACER TECHNIQUE IN HOT FRACTURED AQUIFERS - Mr Richard Hoffmann (Liege and Mons University)   (Multiuse room 1)
10:10 Decision support tool for the evaluation of potential mar sites: Aquastore - Manuel Argamasilla Ruiz (Cetaqua Andalucía)   (Multiuse room 1)
10:25 Density dependent flow, multispecies transport and geochemical modeling and applications : The code GEODENS - Rachida Bouhlila (National Engineering School of Tunis, University Tunis El Manar)   (Multiuse room 1)
Parallel (until 10:40) (Conference room 1.B)
09:40 Characterization of an acid spring with extreme conditions of a dump at the Tharsis sulfide mines (SW Spain). - Mr Raul Moreno-Gonzalez (Huelva University)   (Conference room 1.B)
09:55 Progressive release of nitrate from agricultural vadose zone delays groundwater quality improvement response to remediation - Dr Yefang Jiang (Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada)   (Conference room 1.B)
10:10 CLUES-GW: A Simple Coupled Steady State Surface-Groundwater Model for Contaminant Transport - Dr Channa Rajanayaka (The National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, New Zealand)   (Conference room 1.B)
10:25 Contribution to the study of groundwater salinity of the Bou Areg and Gareb plains. Hydrogeological approach Geophysics and Hydrogeochemistry. Morocco, North Oriental. - Ms malak elmeknassi (Laboratory GEOHYD, Faculty of Sciences Semlalia, University Cadi Ayyad, Marrakesh, Morocco)   (Conference room 1.B)
Parallel (until 10:40) (Conference room 2.1)
09:40 Experimental investigations of enhanced solute dispersion in beach aquifers due to wave action - Dr Martin S Andersen (Connected Waters Initiative Research Centre, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UNSW Sydney, Australia )   (Conference room 2.1)
09:55 Determining the Source of Deicing Salt Contamination to Bedrock Wells Using Downhole Logging Methods - Dr Gary Robbins (Department of Natural Resources and the Environment)   (Conference room 2.1)
10:10 Application of water isotopes and hydrogeochemistry for the determination of water sources in the intensive agriculture area of Guadalhorce detrital aquifers (South of Spain) - Dr Iñaki Vadillo-Pérez (Grupo de Hidrogeología, Departamento de Ecología y Geología, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Málaga)   (Conference room 2.1)
10:25 New ‘full scale’ monitoring method for (subsurface) stormwater infiltration to protect groundwater, long term (hydraulic) efficiency of SuDS in The Netherlands - Dr Floris Boogaard (Hanze University of Applied Sciences Groningen)   (Conference room 2.1)
Parallel (until 10:40) (Conference room 2.2)
09:40 Informed tourism development in Haiti: understanding the Bwa Dom aquifer - Dr G. Thomas LaVanchy (University of Denver)   (Conference room 2.2)
09:55 Drinking water resources investigation in Papaïchton Village (French Guiana) - Mr Nicolas Brisset (BRGM)   (Conference room 2.2)
10:10 The Transboundary Tikuna Aquifer – A subunit of the Amazonian Aquifer System - Prof. Gerson Silva Jr (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro)   (Conference room 2.2)
10:25 Preliminary quantification of surface water inputs to the Ozama Wetlands National Park (Dominican Republic) - Mrs Sandra Jose Clases (SGN)   (Conference room 2.2)
Parallel (until 10:40) (Multiuse room 2)
09:40 US Geological Survey Groundwater Studies in Latin America - Dr Victor Heilweil (US Geological Survey)   (Multiuse room 2)
09:55 Integral water management, a challenge in the Pacific Slope of Guatemala, C.A. - Mrs Romy DAVID (Private Institute for Climate Change Research (ICC))   (Multiuse room 2)
10:10 Integrated water resources management advances in Ica aquifer, Peru. Improvement actions based on Managed Aquifer Recharge technique - Dr Enrique Fernandez (Tragsa Group)   (Multiuse room 2)
10:40 --- Coffee break ---
Parallel (until 12:45) (Multiuse room 1)
11:15 When not finding enough water is both good and bad – Methods to assess a crystalline rock, potential site for Canada’s used nuclear fuel. - Dr Alexander Blyth (Nuclear Waste Management Organization)   (Multiuse room 1)
11:30 Earth and atmospheric subsurface tidal analysis - A passive approach to quantify groundwater system properties - Timothy C McMillan (University of New South Wales)   (Multiuse room 1)
11:45 Numerical investigation of the combined effect of different driving forces in the Buda Thermal Karst, Hungary - Mr Márk Szijártó (Eötvös Loránd University, Department of Geophysics and Space Science, Budapest, Hungary)   (Multiuse room 1)
12:00 Hydrodynamic and heat transport 3D modelling of the Pannonian Basin, HU-SRB-RO - pilot area of the DARLINGe project - Éva Kun   (Multiuse room 1)
12:15 Revealing groundwater flow systems on the basis of statistical spring data analysis - Dr Ádám Tóth (József & Erzsébet Tóth Endowed Hydrogeology Chair, Department of Geology, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary)   (Multiuse room 1)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 1.A)
11:15 Numerical assessment on the impact of water table decline on phreatophytes in arid regions - Prof. Lihe Yin (Xi'an Center of Geological Survey, China Geological Survey)   (Conference room 1.A)
11:30 Rainwater pipeline project between Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport and the river Marne: assessment and reduction of the impacts of groundwater drawdown operations on wetlands and rivers - Mr Rémi Vigouroux (Artelia)   (Conference room 1.A)
11:45 The role of groundwater in supporting eco system and cultural services in North West England - Dr Derek Clarke (University of Southampton, UK)   (Conference room 1.A)
12:00 Groundwater-Surface water interactions in natural wetlands: a multidisciplinary approach to unravel a neglected issue - Mr Nathan Burt (MSc student IHE Delft water institute )   (Conference room 1.A)
12:15 Aquifer recharge mechanism in the southeastern area of the Salar de Atacama, northern Chile, from the isotopic composition of water. - Emilio Custodio (Technical University of Catalonia)   (Conference room 1.A)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 1.B)
11:15 Limitations of current protocols to predict groundwater contamination from alkaline mine waste - Mrs Alba Gomez-Arias (Institute for Groundwater Studies)   (Conference room 1.B)
11:30 Evaluation Of Chemical Analysis Of A ‘Hidden Spring' - Dr Veysel Süleyman YAVUZ (IAH)   (Conference room 1.B)
11:45 A multi-method approach to assess the temporal variability of drinking water quality in Sub-Saharan Africa - Jade Ward (British Geological Survey & University of Surrey)   (Conference room 1.B)
12:00 Degradation of chloroethene plumes of aged sources located in the hyporheic zone in the presence of co-contaminants with the combination of In-Situ Chemical Reduction methods with biostimulation of the dechlorinating microorganisms - Dr Diana Puigserver (University of Barcelona)   (Conference room 1.B)
12:15 Traces of World War I in groundwater: perchlorate contamination of the chalk aquifer in NE France - Ms Feifei Cao (GEGENAA E.A.3795, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, Reims, France)   (Conference room 1.B)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 2.1)
11:15 Groundwater quality constraints in the Vieira de Leiria - Marinha Grande aquifer and its implications for water supply (Portugal) - Johanna Wallström (Instituto Superior Técnico Lisboa. IHE Delft Institute for Water Education. Technische Universität Dresden. )   (Conference room 2.1)
11:30 New Quickscan method for prevention of groundwater pollution through stormwater infiltration, XRF as new quick scan method to map heavy metals in Dutch Sustainable urban Drainage Systems - Dr Guri Venvik (Geological Survey of Norway, Trondheim )   (Conference room 2.1)
11:45 Assessing the potential impacts of shale gas development on shallow aquifers through upward fluid migration: A multi-disciplinary approach applied to two areas in eastern Canada - Yves Michaud   (Conference room 2.1)
12:00 A practical approach used to plan and execute, quantify and qualify an effective well clean-up strategy - Mr Thomas Bothwell (Rosetta Stone Consulting)   (Conference room 2.1)
12:15 A baseline assessment of emerging organic contaminants in New Zealand groundwater - Magali Moreau (GNS Science)   (Conference room 2.1)
12:30 Geomorphic controls of arsenic pollution in groundwater of Ganga delta of West Bengal, India: an appraisal on medical geology - Dr Tapas Acharya (Department of Geology, Presidency University, Kolkata, India)   (Conference room 2.1)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Conference room 2.2)
11:15 Insight the Western Andean Front Hydrogeology using springs geochemistry: the case of Aconcagua Basin (Central Chile) - Mr Matías Taucare (Departamento de Geología y Centro de Excelencia en Geotermia de los Andes (CEGA), FCFM, Universidad de Chile – 8370450 Santiago, Chile)   (Conference room 2.2)
11:30 Hyperthermalism in the Ollachea Tunnel (Puno, Peru) - Prof. Rafael Fernández Rubio (Madrid Polytechnic University)   (Conference room 2.2)
11:45 HYDROGEOLOGICAL METHODOLOGY FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF NATURAL MINERAL WATER PROJECTS FEASIBILITY INTO PARANÁ SEDIMENTARY BASIN - Mr Giancarlo Pinto Saraiva (São Paulo State University (UNESP) - Environmental Study Center (CEA) / Danone Waters)   (Conference room 2.2)
12:00 INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES ASSESSMENT IN THE DRY CORRIDOR OF EL PROGRESO, GUATEMALA - Dr Rudy Machorro Sagastume (Asociación Guatemalteca de Geociencias Ambientales – ASGA)   (Conference room 2.2)
12:15 Hydraulic fracturing and Aquifer Management. A dialectical association in potential areas of exploitation of unconventional reservoirs in Colombia - Dr John Escobar (Professor Antioquia University)   (Conference room 2.2)
12:30 Hydrogeological database focused for sustainable management of groundwater in San José de Chiquitos. Santa Cruz, Bolivia - Ms Mónica Ximena Guzmán Rojo (Vrije Universiteit Brussel & Catholic University of Bolivia)   (Conference room 2.2)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Multiuse room 2)
11:15 THE ORIGIN OF GROUNDWATER AND ITS CHEMICAL COMPOSITION IN THE AZUA PLAIN, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Mrs Australia Ramirez García (Servicio Geológico Nacional)   (Multiuse room 2)
11:30 Characterization and modelling of Portoviejo aquifer (Ecuador) in different climate change and socio-economic scenarios - Prof. Luis Ribeiro (CERIS, Instituto Superior Tecnico)   (Multiuse room 2)
11:45 Adaptive Groundwater Governance Strategy for the Family Farming Sector in the high Andean plateau (Puna Region) of Jujuy province (Northwest of Argentina) - Mr Juan Pablo Zamora Gómez (Research and Technology Development Institute for Family Farming – Argentine northwest region – National Institute of Agricultural Institute (IPAF NOA - INTA) and Department of Planning and Management, Faculty of Nature Sciences, National University of Salta. )   (Multiuse room 2)
12:30 Huaura aquifer (Peru) response towards land use and climate change scenarios with special emphasis in Albufera de Medio Mundo - Mrs Daniela Cid Escobar   (Multiuse room 2)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Auditorium 2)
11:15 Investigation of groundwater recharge under a semiarid irrigated mountain-front area (Haouz-Tensift basin, Morocco). - Mr Houssne Bouimouass (Faculty of Sciences-Semlalia, Department of Geology, Cadi Ayyad University, Av. Prince My Abdellah, P.O. Box 2390, Marrakech, Morocco)   (Auditorium 2)
11:30 Application of a flow-through cell to monitor groundwater source heat pump systems in Melhus, Norway - Mr Lars Aaberg Stenvik (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)   (Auditorium 2)
11:45 Changes of the isotopic signatures and hydrochemistry in the unsaturated zone detected by a precision lysimeter installed in a dune belt (Doñana National Park, southwest Spain) - Mr Fernando Ruíz (Geological Survey of Spain IGME)   (Auditorium 2)
12:00 Equalising flow in water wells: from theory to practical results - Mr jordi pujadas-ferrer (JPF CONSULTORES)   (Auditorium 2)
Parallel (until 12:45) (Multiuse room 3)
11:15 Groundwater flow system of the North China Basin: Groundwater age, heat and flow simulations - Dr Dongmei Han (Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences)   (Multiuse room 3)
11:30 The importance of fluid flow system evaluation in the understanding of hydraulic trapping of hydrocarbons – Case study of Hajdúszoboszló and Ebes gas fields, Hungary - Ms Zsóka Szabó (Eötvös Loránd University, Department of Geology, Budapest, Hungary)   (Multiuse room 3)
11:45 Investigation of hydrochemical and isotopic tools for identifying recharge areas and groundwater evolution in carbonate aquifers overlain by complex glacial sediments. - Elizabeth Priebe (Ontario Geological Survey)   (Multiuse room 3)
12:00 Physiographic and climatic controls on groundwater dynamics in Southern Germany - Ezra Haaf (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)   (Multiuse room 3)
12:15 Estimating natural gradient groundwater flow direction at multiple depths simultaneously in a bedrock aquifer using fibre optic Active Distributed Temperature Sensing (A-DTS) - Dr Jonathan Munn (G360 Institute for Groundwater Research, University of Guelph)   (Multiuse room 3)
Meeting (until 18:00) ()
Registration (until 18:30) ()
12:45 --- Lunch ---
Plenary (until 14:50) ()
14:20 Groundwater Project and eBooks: An Evolving Platform for Groundwater Education and Practice - Prof. John Cherry (G360 Institute for Groundwater Research - University of Guelph)   ()
Parallel (until 16:00) (Conference room 2.1)
15:00 Methods to evaluate aquifer recharge in Spain for water planning - Prof. Emilio Custodio (Departamento de Ingeniería Civil y Ambiental, Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña (UPC). Royal Academy of Sciences of Spain)   (Conference room 2.1)
15:15 Reassessing groundwater resources in the southern Iullemmeden Basin: Combining archival data and current monitoring. - Mr Matthias Heckmann (Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR))   (Conference room 2.1)
15:45 Geometry and hydrogeological functioning of Ouled Bousbaa aquifer systems: Central Morocco - Ms Rim TIJANI (Phd Student)   (Conference room 2.1)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Conference room 2.2)
15:00 Assessing recharge dynamics by the use of remote sensing and stable isotopes in the arid region of the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer System of Northern Chad - Dr Marie-Louise Vogt (University of Neuhâtel)   (Conference room 2.2)
15:15 COASTAL FLOODINGS AND ITS CONNECTION WITH MOTRIL-SALOBREÑA AQUIFER (SOUTHERN SPAIN) - Ms A.M. Blanco-Coronas (University of Granada)   (Conference room 2.2)
15:30 Some unsolved aspects on groundwater to be considered in the revision of the European Water Framework Directive - Dr Andrés Sahuquillo (Technical University of Valencia)   (Conference room 2.2)
15:45 Dealing with seawater intrusion in the Chtouka Aquifer, Morocco - Mrs Fatima Abourrig (Agence du Bassin Hydraulique du Souss Massa)   (Conference room 2.2)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Multiuse room 2)
15:15 Groundwater runoff in small river basin: retrospective analysis and projections due to climate change - Dr Elena Filimonova (Lomonosov Moscow State University)   (Multiuse room 2)
15:45 Teleconnections between NAO, EA, and SCAND and groundwater levels in Portugal - Dr Maria da Conceição Neves (Instituto Dom Luiz (IDL), Universidade do Algarve)   (Multiuse room 2)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Conference room 1.B)
15:00 Group Water Schemes: Where society’s needs and expectations meet - Dr Sophie O'Connor (Geological Survey Ireland)   (Conference room 1.B)
15:15 Technical and economic feasibility of Managed Aquifer Recharge for irrigation development in Northern Australia. - Dr Richard Evans (Jacobs)   (Conference room 1.B)
15:30 Outreach and public education strategies to achieve science based groundwater management policy - Mr Andrew Stone (American Ground Water Trust)   (Conference room 1.B)
15:45 Large-Scale Managed Aquifer Recharge in Support of California’s Agriculture: The Salinas and Kings River - Mr Anthony Daus (GSI Environmental, Inc.)   (Conference room 1.B)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Multiuse room 1)
15:00 Conflicts and resolutions of shared waters in the Americas - Dr Alfonso Rivera (Geological Survey of Canada)   (Multiuse room 1)
15:15 Assessment of Climate Change Impacts on Thonon-les-Bains Groundwater Resources: A Requirement for Water Resources Governance and Long-Term Investment Planning - Mr Marc Boisson (aih)   (Multiuse room 1)
15:30 Analysis of groundwater drought propagation in temperate climates using a water balance model and groundwater model - Mr Buruk Kitachew Wossenyeleh (Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, KU Leuven University, Belgium)   (Multiuse room 1)
15:45 Groundwater Pollution in North China Plain and Division of the Pollution Prevention and Control in Typical Areas: A Brief Introduction - Dr Yong Qian (The Institute of Hydrogeology and Environmental Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences)   (Multiuse room 1)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Auditorium 2)
15:00 A Versatile Multi-Port System for High Resolution Groundwater Monitoring in Rock and Overburden - Prof. John Cherry (G360 Institute for Groundwater Research - University of Guelph)   (Auditorium 2)
15:15 Combining unsaturated zone modelling with indirect and direct measurements to quantify solute transport during snowmelt - Prof. Helen Kristine French (Norwegian University of Life Sciences)   (Auditorium 2)
15:30 Application of hydro-geophysical monitoring method to identify the flow path of CO2 and gas tracers injected in shallow aquifer system at K-COSEM site, Korea - Mr Seong-Sun Lee (Seoul National University, SEES)   (Auditorium 2)
15:45 Use of 16S rRNA Sequencing Analysis on Bacteria in Well-Water to Identify Groundwater Recharge Sources - Mr Mark Higgins (University of Connecticut Center for Integrative Geosciences)   (Auditorium 2)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Conference room 1.A)
15:00 Monitored Vapor flux and groundwater recharge in 2 hydrological years by a precision meteo-lysimeter - Dr Kohfahl Claus (IGME)   (Conference room 1.A)
15:15 Deep Coastal Aquifers - Case Studies in Tanzania and Somalia - Ms Sunniva Morris (Ruden AS)   (Conference room 1.A)
15:30 Remote Sensing for Monitoring and Mapping Karst Groundwater Flooding in the Republic of Ireland - Dr Ted McCormack (Geological Survey Ireland)   (Conference room 1.A)
15:45 Exploring the use of Fiber Optic Distributed Temperature Sensing for monitoring seawater intrusion - Mrs Laura del Val (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) - Associated Unit: Hydrogeology Group (UPC-CSIC))   (Conference room 1.A)
Meeting (until 19:00) ()
Poster with refreshments (until 17:00) ()
16:00 A cross European project to understand the vulnerability of shallow groundwater resources to deep subsurface energy activities (VoGERA) - John Bloomfield   ()
16:00 A study on the performance of a groundwater heat pump with doublet system - Dr Byoung Ohan Shim (KIGAM)   ()
16:00 Applicability of managed aquifer recharge (MAR) in a well in an alluvial plain in a semi-arid region: An application on the Upper Litani Basin in Lebanon - Dr Joanna Doummar (American University of Beirut)   ()
16:00 Application of Airborne Electromagnetics to Characterize Structure and Stratigraphy in the Indian Wells Valley Groundwater Basin, California - Timothy K Parker (Parker Groundwater)   ()
16:00 Assessment of groundwater resources in Beijing based on numerical simulation technology - Mrs Yin Liu (Beijing Institute of Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology)   ()
16:00 Assessment groundwater (springs) in Baumberge and Schöppinger Berg for hydrogeology and ecology purposes - Mrs Sura Alqargholi (münster university)   ()
16:00 Assessment of groundwater contamination vulnerability in a predominant fractured rock-aquifer area - Sang Yong Chung (Pukyong National University)   ()
16:00 Assessment of groundwater natural recharge in difficult environments: A case study at the Lake Chad Basin - Mrs Nafiseh Salehi Siavashani (PhD student, Technical University of Catalonia (UPC), Civil and Environmental Engineering, Spain)   ()
16:00 Assessments of surface water-groundwater interactions in the arid zone — case study in the Yanqi basin, northwestern China - Dr Jiangbo Han (Nanjing Hydraulic Rsearch Institute)   ()
16:00 Bauru Aquifer System, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil: Conditioning factors of water level variations - Ms Marcela Barcelos Barbosa   ()
16:00 Comparative Analysis of impacts of groundwater droughts in a European context - John Bloomfield (British Geological Survey)   ()
16:00 Contribution of Hydrochemistry and environnemental isotopes to the study of seawater intrusion in the coastal aquifer of the Eastern Mitidja Plain (Algeria) - Dr Dalale KHOUS (Algiers nuclear research center)   ()
16:00 Development and Application of Approaches for Geosphere Modelling in Support of Adaptive Phased Management: An Overview - Mr Eric Sykes (Nuclear Waste Management Organization)   ()
16:00 Development of an integrated groundwater information system and its application to the Geum river basin, Korea - Dr Kyoochul Ha (Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources)   ()
16:00 Dynamic storage and volumetric filling levels indicating regional groundwater availability - Michael Sinreich (Swiss Federal Office for the Environment FOEN)   ()
16:00 Economical development and Tubarão Aquifer System relationship: an example in the State of São Paulo, Brazil - Dr Didier Gastmans (Sao Paulo State University - Environmental Study Center (UNESP-CEA))   ()
16:00 Empirical model as tool for a correct management of groundwater: an experience on a carbonate aquifer in Tuscany (Italy) - Matia Menichini (Institute of Geosciences and Earth Resources, National Research Council of Italy, Pisa, Italy)   ()
16:00 Enhancement on the hydrogeological data management and analysis - Rotman Criollo (Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA) - CSIC)   ()
16:00 Estimating of Surface and Groundwater Availability and Demand from Lower Chambo River Basin (Ecuador), as a tool for Water Management. - Sandra Procel (Escuela Politecnica Nacional)   ()
16:00 Evaluation and Optimal Management of Groundwater Resources (Bakhtegan-Maharloo basin) - Dr Heidar Zarei (Association Professor in Hydrology)   ()
16:00 Evaluation of the storage characteristics and circulation model of the low- and middle-temperature geothermal reservoir in Guangzhong Basin by using the data of hydrogen-oxygen stable isotopes - Mr Feng Ma   ()
16:00 Evolution Characteristics and Driving Mechanism of the Land Subsidence for Typical Regions of the North China Plain - Dr Haipeng Guo (China Institute of Geo-Environment Monitoring)   ()
16:00 Extending the knowledge about the Tikuna Aquifer - Western Amazon - Prof. Gerson Silva Jr. (UFRJ)   ()
16:00 Geology and hydrogeochemistry as groundwater assessment and management tools in Douala sedimentary basin/Cameroon - Dr HUGUETTE CHRISTIANE EMVOUTOU (UNIVERSITY OF DOUALA/CAMEROON)   ()
16:00 GROUNDWATER IN ALICANTE PROVINCE (SPAIN) - Jose Miguel Andreu (University of Alicante)   ()
16:00 Groundwater recharge sources in the Gandak alluvial aquifer, NE India: how important is leakage from irrigation canals? - Brighid O Dochartaigh (British Geological Survey)   ()
16:00 Groundwater resources of the Pyrenees in the global change context – The PIRAGUA Project - Yvan Caballero (BRGM)   ()
16:00 Groundwater vulnerability method of APLIE and its application in the early warning method in a fracture-karst water source, North China - Mrs Guo Yongli (Institute of Karst Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, CGS / Key Laboratory of Karst Dynamics, MNR and GZAR)   ()
16:00 Hard-rock groundwater potential assessment in the Aji-Chay basin, West of Iran’s drying Lake Urmia - Dr Alireza Kavousi (Water Research Dept., Water Research Institute)   ()
16:00 Hydrochemical characterization of a nitrates polluted aquifer to test a treatment with biological-base to produce drinking water (LIFE ECOGRANULARWATER project) - Dr Virginia María Robles Arenas (University of Granada)   ()
16:00 Hydroelectric use of the water supply system to the city of Oviedo (NW Spain) - Dr Almudena Ordóñez (University of Oviedo)   ()
16:00 Hydrogeology of the Sands, Sandstones and Gravels of the Litoral Alentejo (Portugal) - Prof. José Paulo Monteiro (UALG/ CTA/ CERIS)   ()
16:00 Identifying the Sources of Groundwater Nitrate Contamination at the Origin of South to North Water Diversion Project - Mr Shengwei Cao (Institute of Hydrogeology and Environmental Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences)   ()
16:00 Improving Freshwater Security in the Caribbean using Managed Aquifer Recharge - Mr Anthony Daus (GSI Environmental, Inc.)   ()
16:00 Interaction and connectivity of stream water with groundwater in Wangjeon-ri WCC(water curtain cultivation) area, Nonsan, Korea - Sang-Ho Moon (KIGAM (Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources))   ()
16:00 Inverse modelling of hydrogeochemical processes analysed along a flowpath within the Doñana National Park (Southern Spain) - Dr Claus Kohfahl (Spanish Geological Survey)   ()
16:00 Investigation of industrial waste heat storage in porous media - Dr Balázs Zákányi (University of Miskolc, Institute of Environmental Management)   ()
16:00 Making the unseen groundwater levels a drought indicator - Fanus Fourie (Department of Water and Sanitation)   ()
16:00 Multiscale impact of widespread managed aquifer recharge (MAR) implementation in the state of Gujarat, India - Ms Gloria Mozzi (Technische Universität Dresden, Gruondwater and Global Change – Impacts and Adaptation)   ()
16:00 Overview of the hydrogeological investigations of recently discovered world class deposits in Serbia - Dr Nebojša Atanacković (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mining and Geology)   ()
16:00 Planning of Groundwater Resources Protection in Shuangyashan City - Prof. XIN XIN   ()
16:00 Pollution vulnerability assessment of Coastal Plain Sand Aquifer based on standard and modified DRASTIC approaches, southeastern Nigeria - Prof. Aniekan Edet (University of Calabar)   ()
16:00 Recharge processes and groundwater age along the hyperarid western edge of the Andes (Atacama Desert): fossil groundwater recirculation - Prof. Hervé Jourde (HydroSciences Montpellier UMR5569, Univ. Montpellier, Montpellier, France)   ()
16:00 Risk assessment of not achieving good chemical status of groundwater bodies in Slovakia - Mária Bubeníková (Slovak Water Research Institute)   ()
16:00 Risk assessment of water erosion by RUSLE - Lahmer watershed in the Setat plateau in Morroco - Dr NAIMA EL ASSAOUI (FACULTY OF SCIENCES RABAT AGDAL OF UNIVERSITY MOHAMMED V MOROCCO)   ()
16:00 Seasonal Catchment Water Balance Using Storage-Discharge Relationships - Xiang Xu (Lanzhou University)   ()
16:00 Study of the quality of irrigation water in the plain of Sidi-Bel-Abbes - Dr zouaoui rabah mustapha (university)   ()
16:00 Surface water and groundwater interaction in crystalline aquifer: an example from Itu (São Paulo, Brazil) - Mr Juan Navarro (UNESP - Universidade Estadual Paulista "Júlio de Mesquita Filho")   ()
16:00 Taking a deeper look - revisiting our understanding of deep (>200 m) groundwater systems - John Bloomfield (British Geological Survey)   ()
16:00 The environmental impact assessment of intensive groundwater abstraction on the groundwater flow and salinity of the Nadhour Saouaf Sisseb El Alem Aquifer System (Central Tunisia) - Dr Emna BAHRI (Dr)   ()
16:00 The impact of land use cover change (1988-2018) on aquifer recharge capacity across Bogota river basin, Colombia - Dr Fabio Iwashita (Los Andes University)   ()
16:00 THE PROTECTION OF SPRINGS USED FOR HUMAN WATER SUPPLIES. A CASE STUDY BASED ON MULTI-CRITERIA EVALUATION - Maria Vicenta Esteller (Instituto Interamericano de Tecnología y Ciencias del Agua)   ()
16:00 Vulnerability assessment and actual groundwater quality data - a case of study in Mozambique - Dr ACACIA NAVES (UNIVERSIDAD A CORUÑA)   ()
Poster with refreshments (until 17:00) ()
16:00 A regional-scale assessment of soil moisture changes in Golmud River Basin, China - Prof. Xiaomei jin (China University of Geosciences (Beijing))   ()
16:00 Advancing Groundwater Sustainability within the Water-Energy-Food-Climate Nexus: Transferring Knowledge between Developed and Developing Countries - Viviana Re (Department of Earth Sciences, University of Pisa)   ()
16:00 ALPINE SPRING WATER AND GLOBAL CHANGE : EVIDENCE FROM TEMPERATURE, CHEMISTRY AND OXYGEN-18 MEASUREMENTS - Dr Martin Kralik (University of Vienna, Department of Environmental Geosciences, Vienna, Austria)   ()
16:00 Analyses and Tools to Assess the Landscape Potential for Enhanced Groundwater Recharge and Land Restoration in Darfur - Sudan - Mrs Daniela Benedicto van Dalen (Acacia Water)   ()
16:00 Application of the climatic water balance method for recharge evaluation and extreme climate indices analysis in the northern region of Rio de Janeiro state - BR at the present climate - Dr Gerson Cardoso Silva Junior (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro)   ()
16:00 Assessing the groundwater potential of upper and middle aquifers in the Senegalese groundnut basin region – contribution of a numerical model - Mr Rémi Vigouroux (Artelia)   ()
16:00 Assessing the water balace in the high mountain mediterranean karst aquifer of Ordesa and Monte Perdido (Central Pyrenees) - Dr Jorge Jódar (Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Unidad de Zaragoza)   ()
16:00 Global assessment of the impacts of climate variability on total water storage: implications for groundwater resources management. - Mr Michael Allen (IHE Delft Institute for Water Education)   ()
16:00 Groundwater resources in Chile: the required revision of conceptual models to cope with anthropogenic and climate pressure changes - Linda Daniele (Geology department/ UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE)   ()
16:00 Groundwater response to meteo-climate variation: example from the foothill aquifer system of the Piedmont Alpine zone (NW Italy) - Matia Menichini (IGG-CNR)   ()
16:00 Groundwater storage assessment and flow path identification in a large-scale fractured bedrock aquifer system - Ms Allen Marsha (UMass-Amherst)   ()
16:00 Sustainable development of groundwater resources under salinity and climate change impacts in Great Maputo, Mozambique - Ahmad Ameen (IHE Delft Institute for Water Education)   ()
16:00 Why Managed Aquifer Recharge is a successful tool to Climate Change adverse effects adaptation? Examples and indicators - Dr Enrique Fernandez (Tragsa Group)   ()
Poster with refreshments (until 17:00) ()
16:00 AgriMAR Bangladesh – Managed Aquifer Recharge to provide irrigation water for saline agriculture in the Bagerhat District - Mrs Daniela Benedicto van Dalen (Acacia Water)   ()
16:00 Application of Na-Ca-Cl-Br Systematic in the Evaluation of Sources of Salinity in the Saline Groundwater Systems of the Benue Trough, Nigeria - Prof. Moshood TIJANI (University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria)   ()
16:00 Chalk AquifeR Management (CHARM): Groundwater modelling of a complex aquifer for the sustainable management of strategic drinking water reserves in Flanders (Belgium) - Mr Gert Ghysels (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)   ()
16:00 Comparison of groundwater recharge under conservation agriculture and conventional practice - Bentje Brauns (British Geological Survey)   ()
16:00 Developing a model for a transboundary aquifer in the water-scarce region of Central Asia - Ms Ainur Kokimova (IGRAC; IHE Delft Institute for Water Education)   ()
16:00 Drivers of rainfall isotope composition in the northern Chilean Central Andes - Ms Sonia Valdivielso (Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDEA/CSIC))   ()
16:00 Educational dissemination of geoscientific knowledge for geoconservation of the Brazilian groundwater: the Guarani Aquifer System case - Mrs Isabella Barbosa (Bittar de Castilho )   ()
16:00 Geothermal Fluid Characteristics and Evolution Process in Western Sichuan - Jiayi Zhao   ()
16:00 GROUNDWATER INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AT CANAL DE ISABEL II - Mr Raúl Nogueras Martínez (Canal de Isabel II)   ()
16:00 Health risk assessment of groundwater nitrogen pollution and its uncertainty analysis in Songnen Plain. - Ms juanjuan wu (College of New Energy and Environment Institute, Jilin University)   ()
16:00 Hydrological characterization of Maullín river basin - Mr Felipe Avilés (SERNAGEOMIN)   ()
16:00 Is current groundwater development in Ergene River Basin (North-western Turkey) sustainable? - Sebnem Arslan (Ankara University)   ()
16:00 Isotopic tracing and numerical modelling of saline groundwater discharge into the Matola Wetlands, Mozambique - Ms Rezwana Binte Delwar (IHE-Delft Institute for Water Education )   ()
16:00 Key Policy Changes Required to Reduce Environmental Degradation in the United States and Beyond - Mr Daniel Rogers (Amsted Industries Incorporated)   ()
16:00 Spanish Careos and Peruvian Amunas. Comparative analyses for pioneer managed aquifer recharge systems - Dr Enrique Fernandez (Tragsa Group)   ()
16:00 Spatial controls on groundwater quality in Sierra Leone: moving towards a national data management framework? - Dr Gilles Tagne (Wheaton College)   ()
16:00 Spring Development for a Small Village Water Supply: The Story of Ginda B Village, Nigeria - Dr Aisha Kana (Nasarawa State University, Keffi)   ()
16:00 The effect of La Niña 2016-2017 and the current abstraction regime on diverse water-reliant companies in Kwale groundwater resources (Coastal Kenya) - Núria Ferrer Ramos (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)   ()
16:00 The sustainability of non-renewable groundwater from Guarani Aquifer System – A case study in a city at São Paulo State, Brazil - Dr Emilio Prandi (DAEE)   ()
16:00 To what extent does community management ensure good functionality of groundwater supplies in rural Africa? - Helen Fallas   ()
Poster with refreshments (until 17:00) ()
16:00 A new inverse modelling algorithm for hydraulic tomography based on a mixture model - Prof. Walter Illman (University of Waterloo)   ()
16:00 Analysis of hydrographs from a karst aquifer in a former mining area, Hungary - Kamilla Modrovits (Department of Geology, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary)   ()
16:00 Application of machine learning technique and network selection for prediction of the groundwater level - Sanghoon Lee (Seoul National University SEES)   ()
16:00 Assessing the potential of denitrification through Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) - Mr Muhammad Muqeet Iqbal (IGRAC and TU Dresden)   ()
16:00 Comparative hydrogeology – application of quantitative descriptors to groundwater time series with spatial proximity - Markus Giese   ()
16:00 Devise strategies and modelling tools to target the objectives of the EU Nitrates Directive and to enhance agricultural water management - Giovanna De Filippis (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna)   ()
16:00 Falaj Modelling by Aquifer – Pipe Flow Coupling - Dr Ahmed Hadidi (German University of Technology in Oman)   ()
16:00 Multi-method approaches to quantify groundwater and river exchange in lowland floodplains of Belgium - Ms Min Lu (KU Leuven, SCKCEN)   ()
16:00 Numerical analysis of periodic transient contaminant-leaching episodes in the unsaturated zone - Javier Samper (Universidad de A Coruña)   ()
16:00 Permanently operating mathematical model of a group of groundwater well-fields in Kazakhstan as the basis for groundwater's monitoring and management - Dr Oleg Podolny (Hydrogeoecological research and design company "KazHYDEC" Ltd. )   ()
16:00 Radionuclide content of groundwater in hydrogeological approach - Case study in the adjacent area of a granitic complex - Ms Petra Baják (Eötvös Loránd University, Department of Geology, József and Erzsébet Tóth Endowed Hydrogeology Chair )   ()
16:00 Rare Earth Elements in thermal and mineral waters from Mesozoic aquifers of the Polish Lowlands - Dr Dorota Kaczor-Kurzawa (Polish Geological Institute - National Research Institute)   ()
16:00 The use of inflation in ensemble Kalman filter for the joint identification of contaminant source parameters and hydraulic conductivities in a sandbox experiment - Jaime Gomez-Hernandez (UPV)   ()
16:00 Thermal springs as „outcrops” of geofluid systems and provenance of biogeochemical accumulations and environmental impacts - Judit Mádl-Szőnyi (Associate Professor)   ()
Parallel (until 18:30) (Multiuses room 2)
17:00 Climate Change and Groundwater in Low Islands, a surprising resilience - Ian White (Australian National University)   (Multiuses room 2)
17:15 Present and future potential groundwater recharge from precipitations over France - Yvan Caballero (BRGM, Univ. Montpellier)   (Multiuses room 2)
17:30 DEEP AQUIFERS IN SPAIN: A NECESSARY RESEARCH TO ADAPT TO CLIMATE CHANGE - Mr Jesús del Pozo (Geological Survey of Spain IGME)   (Multiuses room 2)
17:45 Climate change impact on groundwater recharge in Slovenia in the period 2011-2100 - Dr Peter Frantar   (Multiuses room 2)
18:00 Evidence for changes in groundwater drought in temperate environments associated with climate change - Dr John Bloomfield (British Geological Survey)   (Multiuses room 2)
18:15 Impact of sea level rise and Sustainable groundwater management in in Kalpitiya Peninsula, Sri Lanka - Prof. Ranjana Ranjana Piyadasa (University of Colombo)   (Multiuses room 2)
Parallel (until 18:30) (Multiuses room 1)
17:00 Governance and Management of high arsenic Ground water based Drinking water supply in India - Dr Syamaprasad Sinha Ray (Emeritus President, Centre for Groundwater Studies)   (Multiuses room 1)
17:30 Governance Status in Water Management Institutions in Barind Tract, Northwest Bangladesh - An Assessment based on Stakeholder’s Perception - Dr Chowdhury Sarwar Jahan (Professor )   (Multiuses room 1)
17:45 The use of mixing cell modelling to determine transboundary groundwater flow between Malawi and Mozambique: - Ms Christina Fraser (University of Strathclyde)   (Multiuses room 1)
18:00 The upper aquifer in Lake Chad basin: a tremendous opportunity to supply good quality water to people and cattle in an extremely arid region - Mr Clément Masse (Université d’Avignon – Département Hydro-Géologie )   (Multiuses room 1)
18:15 Meeting the challenges of sustainable groundwater development and management in emergency response: a joint initiative by Groundwater Relief and Médecins Sans Frontières Holland (MSF-OCA) to build understanding about the Tipam Sandstone Aquifer whilst meeting immediate needs of refugees in the Mega camp of Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh - Mr Geraint Burrows (Groundwater Relief)   (Multiuses room 1)
Parallel (until 18:30) (Auditorium 2)
17:00 Numerical modelling to assess head losses and flow characteristics through water well screens - Marti Bayer-Raich (Amphos21)   (Auditorium 2)
17:15 The mapping and characterisation of sand and gravel aquifers across Ireland; recently completed and proposed future work - Natalie Duncan (Geological Survey Ireland)   (Auditorium 2)
17:30 Groundwater flooding – assessment of different engineered flood relief schemes using semi-distributed modelling of karst system - Dr Laurence Gill (Trinity College Dublin)   (Auditorium 2)
17:45 Depth-discrete groundwater flow quantification in poorly cemented sandstone using active distributed temperature sensing to optimize remediation strategy - Dr Carlos Maldaner (G360 Institute for Groundwater Research, College of Engineering & Physical Sciences, University of Guelph)   (Auditorium 2)
18:00 Hydrogeological conceptual model of andesitic stratovolcanoes. The Bromo-Tengger case-study (Indonesia) - Patrick Lachassagne (Danone Waters)   (Auditorium 2)
18:15 The effect of multi-step adsorption isotherms on the solute transport in porous media - ZSOMBOR FEKETE (University of Miskolc)   (Auditorium 2)
Parallel (until 18:30) (Multiuses room 3)
17:00 A quantitative appraisal of groundwater head time-series measurement: How well are we doing? - Dr Vincent Post (Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR), Hannover, Germany)   (Multiuses room 3)
17:15 Numerical Modelling of Groundwater Flow in Medipalli open cast mine area, Telangana, India. - Mr Santhosh Madhav Chandra Parsa (Research Scholar)   (Multiuses room 3)
17:30 Quantifying the contributions of silicates weathering and calcite dissolution to hydrochemistry of groundwater in sandstone using Sr isotopes - Prof. Xiao-Wei Jiang (China University of Geosciences)   (Multiuses room 3)
17:45 Are 253 samples better than 65 samples? Urban groundwater monitoring in developing countries – Lessons learnt in N’Djamena, Chad - Ms Mélanie Ronelngar Ndedje-Allah (BGR Chad)   (Multiuses room 3)
18:00 Quantity and Quality Variations of Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) in Column Leaching Process from Agricultural Soil: Hydrochemical Effects and DOM Fractionation - Mr Wenlong Gu (Institute of Hydrogeology and Environmental Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences)   (Multiuses room 3)
18:15 Assessing the feasibility of managed aquifer recharge through unsaturated zone modeling with VS2DTI in a multilayer system - Dr Héctor Aguilera (igme)   (Multiuses room 3)
Parallel (until 18:30) (Conference room 1.A)
17:00 Flow path and velocity by 3-D groundwater flow simulation based on detailed facies analysis of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station in Japan - Ms Hikaru Sato (Graduate School of Symbiotic Systems Science and Technology, Fukushima University)   (Conference room 1.A)
17:15 Diffusion and weathering of oil spill in Daya Bay, the South China Sea - Dr Zhen Zhu   (Conference room 1.A)
17:30 Effect of microbially mediated sulfate reduction on arsenic mobilization in the Pleistocene aquifers of the central Yangtze River Basin - Prof. Yamin Deng (School of Environmental Studies, China University of Geosciences)   (Conference room 1.A)
17:45 Assessing emergent contaminants as anthropogenic markers and its fate in aquatic ecosystems at Yucatan Peninsula - Dr Rosa Leal-Bautista (CICY-UCIA)   (Conference room 1.A)
18:00 Groundwater/surface-water interactions and their effect on nitrate pollution in the Oglio River basin (N Italy) - Marco Rotiroti (University of Milano-Bicocca)   (Conference room 1.A)
18:15 Study on the groundwater quality management in unconfined aquifers of rural areas, South Korea - MoonSu Kim   (Conference room 1.A)
Parallel (until 18:30) (Conference room 1.B)
17:00 Smart management of unconfined aquifers in urban areas - Dr Alexandre Pryet (Georessources and Environment, Bordeaux INP and Univ. Bordeaux Montaigne.)   (Conference room 1.B)
17:15 Hidden figures: What the JMP data do not tell us about groundwater use in urban Sub-Saharan Africa - Mr Rafael Chavez   (Conference room 1.B)
17:30 Managing the Response to Clean Air and Carbon Reduction Targets from Open Loop Ground Source Heat Pump Systems on Urban Groundwater Resources; Two Case Studies - Mr Huw Williams (Agua Enodo Ltd)   (Conference room 1.B)
17:45 Informal and formal groundwater use in peri-urban areas of Jaipur, India, and implications for its management - Theresa Frommen (Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany)   (Conference room 1.B)
18:00 Thermal Impact and Performance of High-Temperature ATES (HT-ATES) systems: a strong dependence on hydrogeological and storage conditions - Dr Niels Hartog (Utrecht University)   (Conference room 1.B)
Parallel (until 18:30) (Conference room 2.1)
17:00 The Groundwater Drought Initiative (GDI): Analysis of European groundwater drought - Bentje Brauns (British Geological Survey)   (Conference room 2.1)
17:15 Fusing geological information with hydraulic tomography: Lessons from unconsolidated deposits - Prof. Walter Illman (Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of Waterloo)   (Conference room 2.1)
17:30 Permeability of the crystalline basement in Uganda - evidence from approximately 600 pumping tests and implications for solar pumping - Dr Michael Owor (Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda)   (Conference room 2.1)
17:45 An Intelligent Framework for Groundwater Overexploitation Management (based on hydrogeological modeling) - Ms Meriyam MHAMMDI ALAOUI (Université Mohammed V / Faculté des Sciences de Rabat)   (Conference room 2.1)
18:00 Evaluation of sustainable groundwater of the Mexico Basin aquifer after a century of intense pumping - Adriana Palma Nava (Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico)   (Conference room 2.1)
18:15 Combination of hydrogeological and geophysical techniques to characterize the origin of salinity in a porous multilayer aquifer (Estepona, southern Spain) - Dr Damián Sánchez-García (Cetaqua Andalucía)   (Conference room 2.1)
Parallel (until 18:30) (Conference room 2.2)
17:00 Hydrogeochemical and Environmental isotope characteristics of deep and shallow circulating groundwaters along a regional fault, Eastern Cape, South Africa - Prof. Molla Demlie (University of KwaZulu-Natal)   (Conference room 2.2)
17:15 Toward a sustainable use of the coastal sedimentary aquifer supplying the main city of Benin (West Africa): a joint use of MRS and TEM methods to estimate groundwater storage and aquifer properties - Mr Fabrice Messan Amen LAWSON (Université d'Abomey-Calavi/Institut Nationale de l'Eau, Abomey-Calavi, Benin & IRD/UGA/CNRS/G-INP – UMR LTHE-IGE, Grenoble, France)   (Conference room 2.2)
17:30 Managing Groundwater Resources: Case Studies from British Columbia, Canada - Dr Ineke Kalwij (Kalwij Water Dynamics Inc.)   (Conference room 2.2)
17:45 Understanding the potential of Nature Based Solutions to recover the natural ecosystem services of the Medina del Campo Groundwater Body in the NAIAD EU project - Dr Mar Alcaraz (Instituto de Hidrología de Llanuras, CONICET)   (Conference room 2.2)
Meeting (until 19:30) ()
12:45 --- Lunch ---
Plenary (until 14:50) ()
14:20 New city planning policy processes – creating a prescient awareness of groundwater for future places and people - Ms Helen Fallas (British Geological Survey, Edinburgh, UK)   ()
Parallel (until 16:00) (Conference room 2.1)
15:00 Groundwater connectivity of a sheared gneiss aquifer system in the Cauvery river basin (peninsular India): Implications for water resources - Ms Sarah Collins (British Geological Survey)   (Conference room 2.1)
15:15 Investigating the productivity of weathered basement aquifers with a synthetic dataset - Dr Marco Bianchi (British Geological Survey)   (Conference room 2.1)
15:30 Dynamic integration of groundwater and surface water models in an innovative water resources simulator - Dr Lindsay McMillan (Mott MacDonald)   (Conference room 2.1)
15:45 THE PROBLEM OF NITRATES IN GROUNDWATER BODIES IN THE JUCAR RIVER BASIN DISTRICT - Mr Teodoro Estrela Monreal (Confederación Hidrográfica del Júcar)   (Conference room 2.1)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Conference room 2.2)
15:00 Impact of climate changes on groundwater resources: Study case of N’fis watershed in Marrakech Area, Morrocco - Ms Fatima Azzahra EL KHANTOURI (Cadi Ayyad University)   (Conference room 2.2)
15:15 Adapting to water scarcity and climate change in Mediterranean regions: Contribution of the 3D-FEFLOW salinity transport model in the island of Jerba, southeast Tunisia - Mr Jérémie Hedoin (HYDROCONSEIL)   (Conference room 2.2)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Conference room 1.B)
15:00 A practical guide to conserving groundwater underground - Paul Lourens   (Conference room 1.B)
15:15 A method to drive performance in groundwater resources management and protection - Patrick Lachassagne (Danone Waters)   (Conference room 1.B)
15:30 Launch of the new Groundwater working group for implementation of the United Nations Framework Classification (UNFC) - Prof. Marco Petitta (Earth Science Department - Sapienza University of Rome)   (Conference room 1.B)
15:45 Strategies for Sustainable Groundwater Management Plan for Typical Granitic Watershed, Telangana state, India - Dr Pandith Madhnure (State Groundwater Department)   (Conference room 1.B)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Auditorium 2)
15:00 Improving Groundwater-Surface Water Modeling by Integration of Rain Gauge and NEXRAD Data - Dr Chin Man Mok (GSI Environmental Inc.)   (Auditorium 2)
15:15 Evaluating sensitivity and uniqueness of underdamped slug test models for fractured rocks - Amélie Dausse (G360 Institute for Groundwater Research, University of Guelph, Ontario N1G 2W1, Canada.)   (Auditorium 2)
15:30 AN ANALYSIS OF RIVER MORPHOLOGY ON FRESHWATER LENS DYNAMICS IN ARID/SEMI-ARID REGIONS - Sina Alaghmand (Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University)   (Auditorium 2)
15:45 Interpretation of a large scale pumping test conducted in faulted sedimentary rock from channel type flow structures - Mr Nicolas Guihéneuf (G360 Institute for Groundwater Research - University of Guelph)   (Auditorium 2)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Multiuse room 1)
15:00 Advantages and challenges of using soil water isotopes for assessing groundwater recharge: Illustration with a field study located in Canada - Romain Chesnaux (Université du Québec à Chicoutimi)   (Multiuse room 1)
15:15 Effects of water table depth on the hydrological process in the unsaturated zone - Dr Siyuan Huo (College of Resources and Environment, Yangtze University)   (Multiuse room 1)
15:30 Modelling water stable isotopes to trace the variability of groundwater recharge - Mrs Alexandra Mattei (Ecole des Mines de Paris/GEOTOP)   (Multiuse room 1)
15:45 Analysis of exact groundwater model within a confined aquifer: New proposed model beyond the Theis equation. - Mr Mashudu Mathobo (University of Free State)   (Multiuse room 1)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Multiuse room 2)
15:00 Development of the method predicting suitable area for installation of ground-source heat pump system using response surface methodology - Dr Shohei Kaneko (Renewable Energy Research Center, Fukushima Renewable Energy Institute, AIST)   (Multiuse room 2)
15:15 A detrending method for hydrogeological series in complex systems - Mrs Michela Trabucchi (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (DECA), Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Barcelona, Spain)   (Multiuse room 2)
15:30 Assessment of groundwater arsenic contamination in the Red River Delta (Vietnam) by integrating satellite-based data - Dr Licia Pollicino (Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra "A. Desio", Università degli Studi di Milano, Via Luigi Mangiagalli, 34, Milan, 20133, Italy)   (Multiuse room 2)
15:45 Implication of geological heterogeneity on the distribution of dissolved arsenic in an alluvial aquifer in Italy evaluated using a 3D multicomponent reactive transport model - Daniele Pedretti (University of Milan, Italy)   (Multiuse room 2)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Conference room 1.A)
15:00 Major issues in groundwater and surface water quality in Cambodia and Myanmar - Dr Melissa Lenczewski (Northern Illinois University)   (Conference room 1.A)
15:15 Investigating the impact of a municipal solid waste facility on groundwater using environmental isotope and landfill gas analysis - Elisabetta Preziosi (National Research Council - Water Research Institute)   (Conference room 1.A)
15:30 Chemical (macro, trace - including rare earth elements) and isotopic record of deep brines leakage to shallow freshwater aquifers in northern and central Poland - Dr Dorota Kaczor-Kurzawa (Polish Geological Institute-National Research Institute)   (Conference room 1.A)
15:45 Characterization of carbon in the shallow alluvial groundwater system - Dr Tamara Marković (Croatian Geological Survey)   (Conference room 1.A)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Multiuse room 3)
15:00 Groundwater impacts of underground infrstructure in London - Mrs Jane Dottridge (Mott MacDonald)   (Multiuse room 3)
15:15 Atmospheric nitrogen originated in a highly human impacted area: from deposition to infiltration and drainage in the vadose zone - Stefania Stevenazzi (Università degli Studi di Milano)   (Multiuse room 3)
15:30 Nullspace Monte Carlo particle tracking to identify source areas of groundwater pollution in the N-W Milano FUA (AMIIGA Project-CE No 32) - Prof. Luca Alberti (Politecnico di Milano)   (Multiuse room 3)
15:45 Knowledge exchange on Climate Adaptation with Nature-based solutions and Best Management Practices for Sustainable (ground)water management in Resilient Cities - Dr Floris Boogaard (Hanze University of Applied Science, Groningen, The Netherlands)   (Multiuse room 3)
Poster with refreshments (until 17:00) ()
16:00 A depth-discrete sentry well network for monitoring water quality impacts to a municipal supply aquifer - Chrystyn Skinner (University of Guelph)   ()
16:00 DELINEATING GROUNDWATER POTENTIAL ZONES IN FRACTURED HARDROCK SYSTEMS: VIANA DO CASTELO URBAN AREA (NW PORTUGAL) - Dr Maria José Afonso (Laboratory of Cartography and Applied Geology, Department of Geotechnical Engineering, School of Engineering (ISEP), Polytechnic of Porto, and Centre GeoBioTec|UA, Aveiro, Portugal)   ()
16:00 DISCO INDEX TO DEFINE GROUNDWATER PROTECTION ZONES IN URBAN AREAS: A PRELIMINARY APPROACH IN NW PORTUGAL - Dr Maria José Afonso (Laboratory of Cartography and Applied Geology, Department of Geotechnical Engineering, School of Engineering (ISEP), Polytechnic of Porto, and Centre GeoBioTec|UA, Aveiro, Portugal)   ()
16:00 Groundwater resilience in urban water cycles: Experiences from the South - Dr Kevin Pietersen (University of the Western Cape)   ()
16:00 HYDROCHEMISTRY ASSESSMENT OF URBAN GROUNDWATERS OF BELEM, BRAZIL - Dr Marcia Regina Stradioto (São Paulo State University (UNESP) - LEBAC)   ()
16:00 Hydrogeological setting of a Rome city sector: shallow groundwater in the right bank of Tiber River inside the G.R.A highway. - Dr Francesco La Vigna   ()
16:00 Inspecting methods for conduits tracing and leak detection of water in utility reticulation pipes: case studies in Hungary - Mr Thien HOANG Dinh (Institute of Environmental Management, University of Miskolc)   ()
16:00 Nation-scale evaluation of required lengths for borehole heat exchangers considering advection effects of groundwater flow in Japan - Dr Yoshitaka Sakata (Hokkaido University)   ()
16:00 Study of a coastal aquifer under the oceanic influence: case of Nouakchott (Mauritania) - Mr YELLY CAMARA (Université de Nouakchott Al Asriya )   ()
16:00 Understanding risks and resilience of private boreholes in Lagos, Nigeria - Dr Kirsty Upton (British Geological Survey)   ()
Poster with refreshments (until 17:00) ()
16:00 A multi-tool approach for developing conceptual and groundwater flow numerical models of the Pianosa Island aquifer system (Tuscan Archipelago, Italy) - Matia Menichini (Institute of Geosciences and Earth Resources, National Research Council of Italy, Pisa, Italy)   ()
16:00 A unique case of water drawdown in deep artesian wells with a very high well-loss component - Dr avihu burg (Geological Survey of Israel)   ()
16:00 Alluvial aquifers recharge and sand dam enhancements in the Tigray highlands (Ethiopia) - Dr Tibor Stigter (IHE Delft Institute for Water Education)   ()
16:00 An Agent Based Modelling approach to assess the impact of water demand in irrigation networks - Ms Gloria Mozzi (Technische Universität Dresden, Groundwater and Global Change - Impacts and Adaptation)   ()
16:00 An example of the use of GIS tools to forecast the inflow of groundwater to underground mining excavations - the use of a modified hydrogeological analogy method for copper mines in the Fore-Sudetic Monocline. - Mr MACIEJ PIKUŁA (KGHM CUPRUM sp. z.o.o. – Research and Development Centre)   ()
16:00 An over view on isotopic studies in improvement of the Berrechid aquifer conceptual model - Prof. ahmed Fekri (Univ Hassan II FSBM (LGAGE) Casablanca)   ()
16:00 Analysis of piezometric trends in the Medina del Campo Groundwater Body to understand the status and drivers of changes of groundwater-related ecosystem services. NAIAD EU Project - Mrs Malgorzata Borowiecka (Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena)   ()
16:00 Application of SWAT and MODFLOW models to simulate groundwater flow in a coastal multi-aquifer system in Puck region (northern Poland) - Adam Szymkiewicz (Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland)   ()
16:00 Assessing the groundwater dynamics, recharge and storage potential in the Limpopo river sand deposits - Dr Tibor Stigter (IHE-Delft Institute for water education)   ()
16:00 Chemical and isotopic signatures of the thermal groundwaters from Kuldur spa (Russia) - Ms Larisa Lyamina (MSU)   ()
16:00 Conceptual hydrogeological model in a part of the Tempisque river basin, Liberia, Costa Rica - Paola Alvarado   ()
16:00 Dating groundwater with sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) using a simple, rapid sampling method - Dr Takeo Tsuchihara (National Agriculture and Food Research Organization, Japan)   ()
16:00 Detection of groundwater discharge using handheld thermal imaging camera and orthophoto map analysis - Dr Aija Delina (University of Latvia)   ()
16:00 Determining the apparent age of old groundwater of the deep-lying Ohangwena aquifer in the Kalahari Basin, Northern Namibia - Dr Roland Bäumle (Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources)   ()
16:00 Development and application of recharge models for irrigation areas with perched water tables - Dr Glen Walker (Grounded in Water)   ()
16:00 Different responses of groundwater levels in Doñana aquifer through time series clustering - NURIA NARANJO FERNÁNDEZ (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)   ()
16:00 Estimation of date palm water requirements by high-resolution soil water budget and soil water flow calculations - Fatima Monji   ()
16:00 Estimation of groundwater recharge on outwash plain using numerical modeling and field investigations - Ms Anna Gumuła-Kawęcka (Gdańsk University of Technology,Gdańsk, Poland)   ()
16:00 Estimation of the recharge and analysis of determining factors of water stress in a karstic aquifer through a semi-aggregate model of water balance: Ezcaray-Pradoluengo Aquifer. - Carmen Serrano Hidalgo (Instituto Geologico y Minero de España)   ()
16:00 Estimation of water resources from remote satellite sensors - Mrs Julia Tudela García (Amphos 21 Consulting SL)   ()
16:00 Examination of the sensitivity of the different multi-criteria analysis methods in the mapping of the potentiality of aquifer formations in the Gar Djebilette region (extreme southwestern Algeria) - Ms Yamina BENKESMIA (centre des techniques spatiales-arzew-algeria)   ()
16:00 Experimental research on determination of hydrogeological parameters of filled fractures by slug test - Dr Yunfeng Dai (Hydrology and Water Resources Department, Nanjing Hydraulic Research Institute, China)   ()
16:00 Features of formation of chemical and isotopic composition of the thermal groundwaters from Kuldur spa - Ms Larisa Lyamina   ()
16:00 Field Survey on recovery situation from groundwater salinization that was brought by the tsunami of the Great East Japan Earthquake using a pumping device with packing - Dr Ishida Satoshi (National Agriculture and Food Research Organization, Japan )   ()
16:00 Groundwater drought investigations – Case study from Pomurje (NE Slovenia) for period 1981 – 2016 - Prof. Mihael Brenčič (Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering; Department of Geology)   ()
16:00 Groundwater quality prediction maps for risk-based decision making - Joel Podgorski (Eawag)   ()
16:00 Groundwater Recharge Based on Semi-loose Coupling Model: A Case Study in Su-mi-huai Area, Beijing - Dr Qiulan Zhang (China University of Geosciences-Beijing)   ()
16:00 Groundwater surface water interactions in the headwater catchments in Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, constrained by multiple isotopes and implications of biogeochemical cycling - XIN LUO (The University of Hong Kong)   ()
16:00 How to account for uncertainty in estimation of adsorption isotherms parameters? - Dr VANESSA A. GODOY (Institute of Water and Environmental Engineering - Universitat Politècnica de València – Spain)   ()
16:00 Hydrochemical and isotopic study of the salinity anomaly of de Motril-Salobreña aquifer in the environment of La Rambla de las Brujas (Granada, Spain) - Ms N. Corral-Rubio (University of Malaga)   ()
16:00 Hydrodynamic modeling of Ranney wells in Hungary - Dr Balázs Zákányi (University of Miskolc, Institute of Environmental Management)   ()
16:00 Hydrogeochemical characterization of an evaporite karst system (Jarales area, S Spain) - José Manuel Gil-Márquez (University of Málaga)   ()
16:00 Hydrogeochemical study of epiperidotitic springs of the ultramafic outcrop of Ronda peridotites (South of Spain) - Dr Iñaki Vadillo-Pérez (Grupo de Hidrogeología, Departamento de Ecología y Geología, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Málaga)   ()
16:00 Hydrogeological Characterization of Coastal Aquifers in Seocheon Watershed, Korea: A Case Study of Groundwater and Seawater Interaction - Yongje Kim (KIGAM)   ()
16:00 Hydrogeological context of Ollachea road tunnel (Puno District; Peru) - Mr David Lorca Fernández (FRASA Consulting Engineers)   ()
16:00 Identification of groundwater potential zones by using remote sensing, GIS and géostatistical analysis in Saida region, NW Algeria - Mr Cherif Kessar (Space Techniques Center-Algeria)   ()
16:00 Influence of layered soil structure on the groundwater recharge rates and contaminant travel time: A numerical study using SWAP model and comparison with simplified methods - Adam Szymkiewicz (Gdansk University of Technology, Gdansk, Poland)   ()
16:00 Laboratory analog of water exchange between conduit and matrix domains in karst aquifer - Dr LiangJie Zhao   ()
16:00 Local meteoric water line of southwest Spain - Mr Rolf Fonseca Rodríguez   ()
16:00 Magnetic Resonance Sounding for assessing aquifer properties and groundwater reserves in weathered hard rocks of Africa - Mr Fabrice Messan Amen LAWSON (Université d'Abomey-Calavi-Institut Nationale de l'Eau, Abomey-Calavi, Benin / IRD/UGA/CNRS/G-INP – UMR LTHE-IGE, Grenoble, France)   ()
16:00 Maximum-flux constraint for the MODFLOW DRAIN package to simulate dewatering wells - Mr Cas Neyens (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)   ()
16:00 Models of Single-well Push-Pull Test with Mixing Effect in the Wellbore - Prof. Quanrong Wang (China University of Geosciences)   ()
16:00 Monitoring system to define the hydrological behaviour of a complex landslide: a case study in the Northern Apennines (Italy) - Dr Emma Petrella (University of Parma)   ()
16:00 Multi-fractal model for analyzing seepage parameters of fractured rock mass - Prof. Zhaohui Tang (Faculty of Engineering, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan)   ()
16:00 On the use of ELLAM for seawater intrusion in fractured porous media - Dr Fanilo Ramasomanana (Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute (QEERI))   ()
16:00 Preliminary results of the simplified VarKarst semi-distributed model applied at an overexploited karst system: the case of Torremolinos – Alhaurín de la Torre aquifer (Mijas range, Málaga - Spain) - Javier Martín-Arias (Center of Hydrogeology of the University of Malaga - CEHIUMA)   ()
16:00 Preparing for an advanced pump/injection test in a coastal area in the Netherlands: determination of background variations and local response of groundwater heads to tide, precipitation, evaporation, and surface water levels - Dr Willem Zaadnoordijk (TNO Geological Survey of the Netherlands / TU Delft)   ()
16:00 Radioargon Dating with Atom Trap Trace Analysis - Mr Amin Tong   ()
16:00 Sand river aquifers as a nature-based solution of water storage for food production: the example of the Shashane River in Southwest Zimbabwe - Tibor Stigter (IHE Delft Institute for Water Education)   ()
16:00 The parametric uncertainty analysis of water and nitrogen transport simulation in vadose zone for irrigation districts in western Jilin province,china. - Prof. jianmin bian (College of New Energy and Environment Institute, Jilin University, Changchun 130021,China.)   ()
16:00 The Pilato Lake (Sibillini Mts., Central Italy): second results of a study on the supposed variations of its hydrogeological conditions induced by the seismic sequence 2016-2017 - Dr Francesco La Vigna (Italian Geological Survey - ISPRA)   ()
16:00 Underground hard coal mine flooding control as a factor for limiting methane emissions to the atmosphere and for enabling its utilisation - Ms Katarzyna Niedbalska (Central Mining Institute, Laboratory of Mining and Environmental Hydrogeology)   ()
16:00 Understanding land use change impacts on freshwater using integrated surface water-groundwater modelling - Dr Channa Rajanayaka ((1) National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, Christchurch, New Zealand)   ()
16:00 Use of electrical conductivity for stratigraphic correlation and estimation of permeability in variable density aquifers - Dr Angela Vallejos (Water Resources and Environmental Geology – University of Almería, Spain)   ()
16:00 Utilising hydrocarbon exploration data for the search to deep groundwater. - Manon van Goethem (Ruden Geo Solutions)   ()
16:00 Well radius of influence and well radius of investigation: Review of concepts and estimation methods - Raghwendra Narayan Shandilya (Korea Institute of Science and technology, Seoul, South Korea; University of Science and Technology, Daejeon, South Korea)   ()
Poster with refreshments (until 17:00) ()
16:00 2D modelling of freshwater-salt water interface in a hypersaline wetland: Pétrola Lake ,SE Spain. - Dr David Sanz (Hydrogeology Group, Biotechnology and Natural Resources Section, Institute for Regional Development (IDR), University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM), Campus Universitario s/n, 02071 Albacete, Spain)   ()
16:00 Chemical and isotopic characteristics of groundwater in a hyper-arid environment: Depresión Central (24-25°S), Chile - Emilio Custodio (Technical University of Catalonia)   ()
16:00 Contribution of deicing and rainfall to recharge to a volcanic aquifer in northern Chile - Dr Jorge Jódar (Instituto Geológico y Minero de España (IGME))   ()
16:00 Developing a real-time monitoring network of groundwater dependent karst wetlands in Ireland - Dr Owen Naughton (Department of Built Environment, Carlow Institute of Technology, )   ()
16:00 Groundwater recharge by density-driven flow in terminal saline lakes: Pétrola Lake, SE Spain. - Dr David Sanz (Hydrogeology Group, Biotechnology and Natural Resources Section, Institute for Regional Development (IDR), University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM), Campus Universitario s/n, 02071 Albacete, Spain)   ()
16:00 Hydrodynamics and Water Quality in the Southwest Sector of Graben das Lajes - Prof. Francisco Rodrigues (Instituto de Investigação e Tecnologia da Agronomia e Meio Ambiente (IITAA))   ()
16:00 Hydrological changes in representative ponds at Doñana National Park (DNP) southern Spain, from 1994 to 2015 - Dr Miguel Rodríguez-Rodríguez (Pablo de Olavide University)   ()
16:00 Hydrological functioning and anthropogenic influence in four shalllow ponds by means of daily water balances. Doñana National Park, southern Spain (years 2016-17 and 2017-18). - Dr Miguel Rodríguez-Rodríguez (Pablo de Olavide University)   ()
16:00 La Pletera salt marshes and their coastal lagoons (NE Spain) as an example of natural, and particularly hydrogeological heritage - Dr Anna Menció (Universitat de Girona)   ()
16:00 Quantitative approach to water balance in groundwater discharge hypersaline wetlands. Pétrola lake, SE Spain. - David Sanz (Hydrogeology Group, Biotechnology and Natural Resources Section, Institute for Regional Development (IDR), University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM), Campus Universitario s/n, 02071 Albacete, Spain)   ()
16:00 The Hidrogeodía (Hydrogeology-day): a collective experience of groundwater dissemination in Spain - Dr Andreo Navarro Bartolome (Departament of Ecology and Geology, and Centre of Hydrogeology of the University of Málaga. )   ()
16:00 Towards water quality management of an urban pond supported by nutrient rich groundwater - Prof. Fumi Sugita (Chiba University of Commerce)   ()
16:00 Understanding streamflow reductions using a distributed rainfall/runoff model and remote sensing for the Verlorenvlei estuarine lake, west coast, South Africa - Andrew Watson (Stellenbosch University)   ()
Poster with refreshments (until 17:00) ()
16:00 A new model approach for reactive solute transport in dual-permeability media with depth-dependent reaction coefficients - Dr Zhang Wen   ()
16:00 Assessing the Wildfires impact on groundwater quality: the fire of Doñana Natural Area in 2017 - Mrs Raquel Morales García (IGME)   ()
16:00 Composition of Pore Waters of Lake Baikal Bottom Sediments Sampled at the Gorevoy Utes Hydrocarbon Fluid Seepage Area - Dr Ekaterina Kazak (Moscow State University)   ()
16:00 Detail investigation of environmental effect by leachate for around livestock burial - Yong-ik Baek (Korea Environment Corporation)   ()
16:00 Groundwater pollution: sources and risks. - Ekaterina Viventsova (Saint-Petersburg State University)   ()
16:00 Hydrochemical approach on Fluoride Water Pollution in Mt. Meru Watershed, Tanzania - Prof. Shinji Nakaya (Shinshu University, Japan)   ()
16:00 Hydrochemical characterization of groundwater brines in the Guadalquivir Depression (Andalusia, Spain) - Mr Juan José Durán Valsero (IGME)   ()
16:00 Hydrogeochemistry and Occurrences of uranium and radon in Groundwater of Wonju, Korea - Dr Lee Byeongdae (Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources)   ()
16:00 Hydrological tracers for assessing transport and dissipation processes of pesticides in a model constructed wetland system - Elena Fernández Pascual (Hydrology, Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Freiburg, Freiburg, Germany)   ()
16:00 Identification of the denitrifier microbial communities at the water-sediment interface in a discharge type saline lake - Dr Juan J. Gómez-Alday (Grupo de Hidrogeología, Sección de Biotecnología y Recursos Naturales, Instituto de Desarrollo Regional, UCLM, Albacete (Spain))   ()
16:00 Identifying interactions between river water and groundwater in the North China Plain using multiple tracers - Mr Guoqing Wu (Institute of Hydrogeology and Environmental Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences)   ()
16:00 Nitrate contamination and temporal trends in volcanic Barva and Colima aquifers (1988-2018), in an urban and agriculture-dominated region, Costa Rica. - Helga Madrigal-Solis (Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica)   ()
16:00 Nitrate Vulnerable Zone to reduce nitrate pollution in groundwater: the unsuccessful case of Gallocanta groundwater body (Spain) - Mr Jesús Causapé Valenzuela (Instituto Geológico y Minero de España)   ()
16:00 Nitrogen and phosphorus compounds in coastal multi-aquifer post glacial hydrogeological system: case study in Puck region (northern Poland) - Dr Małgorzata Pruszkowska-Caceres (Gdańsk University of Technology, Poland)   ()
16:00 ORIGINS OF SALINITY IN THE AQUIFERS OF SAHEL EL HAOUZIA, REGION OF DOUKKALA (WEST MOROCCO) - Mr NABIL MDIKER ( Chouaîb Doukkali University, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Geology)   ()
16:00 Sensitivity analysis of correlation parameters of soil-water characteristic curves of biofilm-affected soils - Dr Han Zhang (College of Energy and Environment, Jilin University)   ()
16:00 Study of pollutants propagation in mining areas for groundwater safeguarding: the example of thallium contamination threating some drinking springs in the Apuan Alps (Italy) - Prof. Roberto Giannecchini (Earth Sciences Department - University of Pisa )   ()
16:00 Uranium and arsenic in groundwater on Fogo Island, Newfoundland, Canada - Leonard Stoeckl (Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources, Hannover, Germany)   ()
16:00 Vegetation filters to attenuate Contaminants of Emerging Concern and to recharge the underlying aquifer. - Blanca Huidobro López   ()
General Assembly (until 18:30) ()
Meeting (until 19:30) ()
12:45 --- Lunch ---
Plenary (until 14:50) ()
14:20 Groundwater and socioeconomic development in Latin America - Ricardo Hirata (University of Sao Paulo)   ()
Parallel (until 16:00) (Auditorium 2)
15:00 Remote sensing and integrated hydrological models in hydrogeology - Dr Maciej Lubczynski (University of Twente, ITC Faculty)   (Auditorium 2)
15:15 An absolute upper limit to specific storage has been determined using theoretical analysis and field measurements: What are the implications for groundwater modelling? - Prof. Ian Acworth (UNSW - CWI)   (Auditorium 2)
15:30 Scavenging Operational and Monitoring Data for High-Resolution Site Characterization - Dr Chin Man Mok (GSI Environmental Inc.)   (Auditorium 2)
15:45 Data worth in models of groundwater contaminant fractionation - Dr Landon J.S. Halloran (Université de Neuchâtel, Centre d'hydrogéologie et de géothermie)   (Auditorium 2)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Conference room 1.A)
15:00 Numerical innovations in geological and groundwater modeling with unstructured meshes applied to underground works and complex geologies in Andean Mountains - Luis Suescún (IAH-COL/ DHI Group)   (Conference room 1.A)
15:15 Combining long term monitoring of distributed temperature and cross-hole ERT with hydraulic tests to characterize the seawater intrusion and SGD dynamics in a coastal aquifers. - Albert Folch (Hydrogeology Group (UPC-CSIC))   (Conference room 1.A)
15:30 Developing a process-based conceptual model for quantifying groundwater recharge in an upland sedimentary bedrock aquifer in a semi-arid region - Ferdinando Manna (G360 Institute for Groundwater Research - University of Guelph)   (Conference room 1.A)
15:45 Real-time indication of faecally contaminated drinking water with fluorescence spectroscopy: towards understanding the causation - James Sorensen (British Geological Survey)   (Conference room 1.A)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Multiuse room 3)
15:00 Aquifer Dynamic Characterization Tools System : the ADYCHATS industrial pilot site for better understanding of mass flux in groundwater - Dr Beatrice Ducastel (TOTAL SA)   (Multiuse room 3)
15:15 Numerical simulation of water flow through observation boreholes: Measurements with Colloidal Borescope (CB) and In-Wel-Point-Velocity-Probe (IWPVP) - Salvador Jordana (Amphos21)   (Multiuse room 3)
15:30 Fault zone in massive limestones : karstified or not karstified contexts ? - Véronique Leonardi (Hydrosciences Montpellier)   (Multiuse room 3)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Conference room 2.1)
15:00 THE EPIPHREATIC FLOW IN MATURE KARST AQUIFERS: THEORY, MODELS AND OBSERVATIONS - Dr Franci Gabrovšek (ZRC SAZU Karst Research Institute)   (Conference room 2.1)
15:15 Hydrochemical and isotopic indicators for conceptual model of karst groundwater in Fanghsan, Beijing - Dr Xiaojuan Qiao (College of Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100049, China)   (Conference room 2.1)
15:30 Investigation of the impact of changed precipitation patterns on groundwater recharge processes in a semi-arid carbonate aquifer by an integrated surface-subsurface, multi-continuum model - Mr Lysander Bresinsky (University of Goettingen)   (Conference room 2.1)
15:45 Conceptual hydrogeological model of the Rio Grande watershed, Alajuela, Costa Rica using hydrogeochemical and isotopic tools - Ms Ingrid Vargas-Azofeifa (Central American School of Geology, University of Costa Rica)   (Conference room 2.1)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Conference room 2.2)
15:00 New isotopic surveys on the Poiano karst system - Prof. Francesco Ronchetti (Università di Modena e Reggio E.)   (Conference room 2.2)
15:15 Enhanced understanding of coastal karst aquifer system through monitoring of source-specific contamination occurrences at intertidal springs - Mr Luka Vucinic (Trinity College Dublin, Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering)   (Conference room 2.2)
15:30 Organic matter quality impacts on carbonate dissolution in groundwater of a lacustrine aquifer of Central Jianhan Plain: hydrochemistry, 13CDIC and fluorescence PARAFAC data - Dr Shuangbing Huang (Institute of Hydrogeology and Environmental Geology, Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences, Shijiazhuang 050061, China)   (Conference room 2.2)
15:45 A historical conflict around karst resources: the case of Tridaine spring (Rochefort, Belgium) - Dr Philippe Meus (European Water Tracing Services)   (Conference room 2.2)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Multiuse room 1)
15:00 Advances in understanding long-tailed breakthrough curves from tracer tests in karst aquifers - Dr Nadine Goeppert (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany)   (Multiuse room 1)
15:15 Characterizing the linkage between soil moisture dynamics and discharge at a karst region in Southwest Germany - Romane Berthelin (Chair of Hydrological Modeling and Water Resources, University of Freiburg)   (Multiuse room 1)
15:30 Mechanism analysis of sinkhole formation at Hanpoao-Baishiling village, Xinhua County, Hunan Province,China - Jianling Dai   (Multiuse room 1)
15:45 Visual KARSYS – a web service for modelling karst aquifers - Dr Pierre-Yves Jeannin (Swiss Institute for Speleology and Karst Studies)   (Multiuse room 1)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Multiuse room 2)
15:00 Distribution Characteristics and Genesis of Carbonate Thermal Reservoirs in Xiongan New Area - Wei Zhang   (Multiuse room 2)
15:15 Tracing bacterial transport in epikarst and karst-conduit aquifers with injected E. coli - Alan Fryar (University of Kentucky)   (Multiuse room 2)
15:30 DISTRIBUTARY FLOW IN KARST SYSTEMS: GEOLOGICAL AND CLIMATIC CONTROLS - Dr Augusto Auler (Instituto do Carste)   (Multiuse room 2)
15:45 Nitrate fate and origin in epikarst springs in Jinfo Mountain area, Southwest China - Dr Qiong Xiao ( Karst Dynamics Laboratory, MLR and GZAR, Institute of Karst Geology, CAGS, Guilin 541004, P. R. China)   (Multiuse room 2)
Parallel (until 16:00) (Conference room 1.B)
15:00 Saline groundwater generation from paleo-termite mounds in the Buffels River valley, South Africa - Mrs Jani van Gend (Department of Earth Science, Stellenbosch University)   (Conference room 1.B)
15:15 Evaluation of the in situ behavior of a non-electrolyte solution using fluorescent dye tracers - Ms Haruka KIYOTOMO (Takenaka Corporation)   (Conference room 1.B)
15:30 Groundwater flow and solute transport models to assess and mitigate the environmental effects of the Sardas site in Sabiñánigo (Huesca, Spain) - Javier Samper (Universidad de A Coruña)   (Conference room 1.B)
15:45 Origin of Groundwater Salinity in the vicinity of Lake Fitri, Central Lake Chad Basin - Dr Moussa Isseini (University of N'Djaména)   (Conference room 1.B)
Poster with refreshments (until 17:00) ()
16:00 Characterization of horizontal permeability anisotropy in heterogeneous porous rocks: a comparison of tensor detection methods with synthetic and field datasets - Mohammed Aliouache (Université de Montpellier)   ()
16:00 New insights into karst genesis processes in unsaturated zone thanks to process-like modelling - Dr Charles Danquigny (UMR 1114 EMMAH, Avignon Université – INRA, FRANCE; Total SA)   ()
16:00 Permeability modelling using pressure match of well tests and interference tests. A case study in an anisotropic reservoir, the Céreirède observatory. - Dr Gerard Massonnat (TOTAL)   ()
Poster with refreshments (until 17:00) ()
16:00 Assessment of spatial varying relations between nitrate contamination and land uses using geographical weighted regression model - Seung-Wook Ha (Seoul National University)   ()
16:00 Characterisation of geogenic controls on groundwater quality in a volcano-sedimentary aquifer in Kenya using graphical and statistical methods - Japhet Kanoti (University of Nairobi)   ()
16:00 Emerging compounds monitoring in Santiago Island groundwater: preliminary results - Dr María del Carmen Cabrera (iUNAT-Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria)   ()
16:00 Groundwater pollution from agriculture activities in the Azores archipelago (Portugal): an insight from a long range monitoring programme data - José Cruz   ()
16:00 RECHARGE EVALUATION IN AN OCEANIC VOLCANIC ISLAND: GRAN CANARIA (CANARY ISLANDS) - Dr María del Carmen Cabrera (iUNAT-Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria)   ()
Poster with refreshments (until 17:00) ()
16:00 Flow and heat transfer numerical modelling in the Hainaut limestone geothermal reservoir: study at local and regional scales - Mr Kevin Gonze (UMONS)   ()
16:00 Groundwater flow modelling through a karst aquifer using four different numerical approaches - Carolina Guardiola Albert (Instituto Geológico y Minero de España)   ()
16:00 Hydrogeochemical and isotopic investigation of the Metlaoui range springs in southwestern Tunisia - Ms Radhia Essamin   ()
16:00 Hydrogeological Conceptual Model in a sub-arctic catchment at Montmorency Forest (Canada) - Mr Walter Antolinez (Université Laval)   ()
16:00 Identifying the groundwater flow systems in a condensed river network interfluve between the Han River and the Yangtze River using hydrogeochemical indicators - Prof. Xing Liang (China University of Geosciences, Wuhan)   ()
16:00 Is it possible to introduce 3D complex heterogeneities in a real transient groundwater model used to manage a sedimentary aquifer? - Dr Carolina Guardiola-Albert (Instituto Geológico y Minero de España)   ()
16:00 Numerical simulation of groundwater flow with three-dimensional anisotropic permeability effect - Mr Gang Chen (Faculty of Land Resources Engineering, Kunming University of Science and Technology)   ()
16:00 Regional Distribution of Rn-222 Concentrations in Hot Spring Waters of South Korea - Mrs sooyoung Cho (KIGAM)   ()
16:00 Relevant hydrogeological processes for integrated hydrological models in tile-drained agricultural fields - Vinicius Ferreira Boico (Laval University)   ()
16:00 Using groundwater heat data as additional state variable observation to decrease groundwater models uncertainties: an application to the Neogene aquifer, Belgium. - Mr Jesus Alberto Casillas-Trasvina (1Engineered and Geosystems Analysis. Belgian Nuclear Research Centre, SCK•CEN)   ()
Poster with refreshments (until 17:00) ()
16:00 A calculation method for three-dimensional permeability tensor in a carbonate aquifer - Mr Liang Guo (Yunnan Provincial Geological Prospecting Engineering Corp.)   ()
16:00 Adapting the EPIK method to Brazilian Hydro(geo)logical context of the São Miguel watershed to assess karstic aquifer vulnerability to contamination - Paulo Henrique Galvão (Federal University of Ouro Preto)   ()
16:00 Analysis of hydraulic conditions of the selected karst springs of Inner Dinarides and Carpatho-Balkanides of Serbia - Branislav Petrović (Faculty of Mining and Geology, Department of Hydrogeology)   ()
16:00 Analysis of the water turbidity in karst springs from S Spain and its relationship with other natural responses - Mr José Francisco Martín Rodríguez (Centre of Hydrogeology of the University of Málaga)   ()
16:00 Application of the COP model for vulnerability assessment of the Paraw-Bisetun karst aquifer - Dr Mehrnoosh Ghadimi (University of Tehran)   ()
16:00 Baseline hydrogeochemical characterisation of a vulnerable pristine high-mountain karst aquifer in the southeastern Pyrenees - Dr Jorge Jódar (Instituto Geológico y Minero de España (IGME))   ()
16:00 Evolution simulation of karst groundwater flow field by considering multi-year time series (1959-2018) recharge and drainage changes in the Jinci spring area, China - Prof. Jianmei Cheng (China University of Geosciences)   ()
16:00 First results to model statistical karst networks using seismic faults and an original sub-seismic faults statistical model: a study of uncertainty impacts on flow. - Andre Fourno (IFPEN)   ()
16:00 Geochemical and hydrochemical approach to a group of karstic aquifers in the South of Spain: Sierra de las Nieves y Sierra Gorda - Dr Pardo-Igúzquiza Eulogio (Instituto Geológico y Minero de España)   ()
16:00 Groundwater protection zones and the security of public water supplies - Mrs Jane Dottridge (Mott MacDonald)   ()
16:00 Groundwater storage in conduit dominant karstic systems by Plugging Method, Susuz Springs, Seydişehir, Konya, Turkey - Sebnem Arslan (Ankara University)   ()
16:00 Hydrochemistry and water-rock interaction in perched Cretaceous aquifers from the inverted relief in the Sierra de Segura (SE Spain) - Rosario Jimenez-Espinosa (University of Jaen)   ()
16:00 Hydrogeological and geothermal sections of the Bükk Thermal Karst reservoir, Hungary - Mrs Rita Miklós (University of Miskolc)   ()
16:00 Hydrogeological aspects of the northeast part of Yucatan Peninsula by the use of noninvasive geophysical methods - Dr Rosa Leal-Bautista (CICY-UCIA)   ()
16:00 Hydrogeological study of the effects of 2016-2017 seismic sequence on the Pescara d’Arquata spring (Central Italy) - Davide Fronzi (Università Politecnica delle Marche)   ()
16:00 Improvement and Application of SWAT Model in Southwest Karst Region-a case study in Lijiang River Basin - Prof. Yali Cui ( China University of Geosciences-Beijing)   ()
16:00 Integrated approach to understand groundwater flow hosted in the karst aquifer systems of the Apuan Alps (Tuscany, Italy) - Matia Menichini (Institute of Geosciences and Earth Resources, National Research Council of Italy, Pisa, Italy)   ()
16:00 Interactions H2O-CO2-rock in a vadose CO2-rich karst research site (surroundings of the Nerja Cave, Málaga, Spain) - Lucía Ojeda Rodríguez (CEHIUMA - Universidad de Málaga)   ()
16:00 Investigating geological controls on hydraulic conductivity in a karst-influenced, Paleozoic carbonate groundwater system, southern Ontario, Canada - Dr Elizabeth H Priebe (University of Waterloo)   ()
16:00 Isotopic preliminary characterization of meteoric waters and groundwater from the carbonate karst aquifers of Sierras de Segura, Castril and Seca (SE of Spain) - Mr Antonio Lope Morales González (Centre of Hydrogeology of the University of Málaga )   ()
16:00 Karst spring discharge evaluation supported by a grey-box data driven based method - Giuseppe Sappa (DICEA Sapienza University of Rome)   ()
16:00 Multi-isotope-measurements (18O/2H,3H/3He,13C/14C) confirm old ascending karst spring-water at the western border of the Pannonian Basin (Austria). - Dr Martin Kralik (University of Vienna, Dept. of Environmental Geosciences)   ()
16:00 Realization and Application of solute transport coupling model in discrete conduit-continuum systems - Prof. Jingli Shao (China University of Geosciences, Beijing)   ()
16:00 Soil thickness approaching to adapt the COP method for groundwater vulnerability mapping to humid tropical karst - Mr Rogério Tadeu de Souza (UFMG-Federal University of Minas Gerais - Department of Geology)   ()
16:00 Source analysis of sediments and leakage water in corridor of underground reservoir in Karst area -