Geologica acta

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1 p, 494.5 KB Foreword / Soler Matamala, Josep Maria ; Gallart i Gallego, Francesc ; Casas, A.
2004
Geologica acta, Vol. 2, Núm. 2 (2004) , p. 95-95  
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11 p, 1.0 MB Pumping seawater from coastal aquifers for supplying desalination plants / Pulido-Bosch, A. (Universidad de Almería. Departamento de Hidrogeología) ; Pulido-Leboeuf, P. (Universidad de Almería. Departamento de Hidrogeología) ; Gisbert, J. (Universidad de Almería. Departamento de Hidrogeología)
The lack of water in the coastal areas demands an onerous search for an appropriate solution. One solution is that of water transfer from areas of surplus, but this is itself problematical. Technological developments have introduced the possibility of utilizing desalinated seawater as a drinking water source at a competitive price. [...]
2004 - 10.1344/105.000001431
Geologica acta, Vol. 2, Núm. 2 (2004) , p. 97-107  
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12 p, 1.3 MB New technologies in groundwater exploration : surface Nuclear Magnetic Resonance / Yaramanci, U. (Technical University of Berlin, Department of Applied Geophysics)
As groundwater becomes increasingly important for living and environment, techniques are asked for an improved exploration. The demand is not only to detect new groundwater resources but also to protect them. [...]
2004 - 10.1344/105.000001432
Geologica acta, Vol. 2, Núm. 2 (2004) , p. 109-120  
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13 p, 706.7 KB Non-conventional water resources in coastal areas : a review on the use of reclaimed water / Salgot de Marçay, Miquel (Universitat de Barcelona. Laboratori d'Edafologia) ; Tapias, J. C. (Universitat de Barcelona. Laboratori d'Edafologia) ; Tapias, J.C.
In an era of increasing contest for limited water resources a wise joint management of conventional and non-conventional water resources must be considered. Water scarcity aggravates in coastal zones which are often characterised by high population density, intense economic activity and tourism meaning heavy seasonal water demands. [...]
2004 - 10.1344/105.000001433
Geologica acta, Vol. 2, Núm. 2 (2004) , p. 121-133  
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11 p, 1.5 MB Hydrological impacts of climate change at catchment scale : a case study in the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg / Pfister, L. (CREBS - Cellule de Recherche en Environnement et Biotechnologies (Luxemburg)) ; Drogue, G. (CREBS - Cellule de Recherche en Environnement et Biotechnologies (Luxemburg)) ; Idrissi, A. El (CREBS - Cellule de Recherche en Environnement et Biotechnologies (Luxemburg)) ; Iffly, J-F. (CREBS - Cellule de Recherche en Environnement et Biotechnologies (Luxemburg)) ; Matgen, P. (CREBS - Cellule de Recherche en Environnement et Biotechnologies (Luxemburg)) ; Poirier, C. (ANETAME Ingénierie (Haguenau, França)) ; Hoffmann, L. (CREBS - Cellule de Recherche en Environnement et Biotechnologies (Luxemburg))
As a consequence of an increase of days with westerly atmospheric fluxes, bringing humid air masses from the Atlantic Ocean to Western Europe, important changes in the annual and seasonal distribution of rainfall have been observed over the past 150 years. [...]
2004 - 10.1344/105.000001434
Geologica acta, Vol. 2, Núm. 2 (2004) , p. 135-145  
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10 p, 879.8 KB Instability driven flow and runoff formation in a small catchment / Tesar, M. (Academy of Sciences of Czec Republic. Institute of Hydrodynamics) ; Šír, M. (Academy of Sciences of Czec Republic. Institute of Hydrodynamics) ; Prazák, J. (Academy of Sciences of Czec Republic. Institute of Thermomechanics) ; Lichner, L. (Slovak Academy of Sciences. Institute of Hydrology)
Two anomalous phenomena were observed in a small catchment: 1) In some situations, the water supplied by rain caused a pronounced decrease in the soil water content. 2) In these periods, the soil water movement could be explained only by assuming an irregularly oscillating outflow of soil water into lower horizons. [...]
2004 - 10.1344/105.000001435
Geologica acta, Vol. 2, Núm. 2 (2004) , p. 147-156  
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10 p, 756.6 KB Forest and Water Policies. The need to reconcile public and science perceptions / Calder, Ian (University of Newcastle. Centre for Land Use and Water Resources Research) ; Amezaga, Jaime M. (University of Newcastle. Centre for Land Use and Water Resources Research) ; Aylward, Bruce (King Solomon Lane) ; Bosch, Jan (Environmentek, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research) ; Fuller, Lisa (University of Newcastle. Centre for Land Use and Water Resources Research) ; Gallop, Kate (University of Newcastle. Centre for Land Use and Water Resources Research) ; Gosain, Ashvani (Indian Institute of Technology. Department of Civil Engineering) ; Hope, Robert (University of Newcastle. Centre for Land Use and Water Resources Research) ; Jewitt, Graham (University of Natal) ; Miranda, Miriam (Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica. CINPE) ; Porras, Ina (International Institute for Environment and Development) ; Wilson, Victoria (University of Newcastle. Centre for Land Use and Water Resources Research)
This paper compares and contrasts some of the science and public perceptions of the role of forests in relation to the water environment. It is suggested that the disparity between the two perceptions needs to be addressed before we are in a position to devise and develop land and water policies (whether market or non-market based) which are aimed at either improving the water environment, and by doing so improving the livelihoods of poor people by greater access to water, or conserving and protecting forests. [...]
2004 - 10.1344/105.000001436
Geologica acta, Vol. 2, Núm. 2 (2004) , p. 157-166  
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8 p, 1.2 MB Geology and Land-use related pattern of spring water quality : ase study from the catchments of the Malopolska Upland (S. Poland) / Siwek, J. (Jagiellonian University (Polònia). Institute of Geography and Spatial Management) ; Chelmicki, W. (Jagiellonian University (Polònia). Institute of Geography and Spatial Management)
Spring water chemical composition was investigated in three catchments (i. e. Pradnik, Dlubnia and Szreniawa) located within a carbonate-rock monocline from the Upper Jurassic and Cretaceous periods and constituting voluminous aquifers. [...]
2004 - 10.1344/105.000001437
Geologica acta, Vol. 2, Núm. 2 (2004) , p. 167-174  
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14 p, 673.2 KB Natural groundwater quality and health / Jordana, S. (Enviros Spain S. L.) ; Batista, E. (Agència Catalana de l'Aigua)
Natural groundwater composition and quality is of concern because it is used worldwide as a freshwater supply. Discarding artificial pollution, epidemiological studies have shown that many communities suffer important diseases linked to the groundwater ingested since several tens of years ago. [...]
2004 - 10.1344/105.000001438
Geologica acta, Vol. 2, Núm. 2 (2004) , p. 175-188  

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