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Volume 21, issue 2
Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 21, 1173-1188, 2017
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Volume 21, issue 2
27 Feb 2017
Consequences and mitigation of saltwater intrusion induced by short-circuiting during aquifer storage and recovery in a coastal subsurface
Koen Gerardus Zuurbier and Pieter Jan Stuyfzand
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The subsurface is increasingly perforated for exploitation of water and energy. This has increased the risk of leakage between originally separated aquifers. It is shown how this leakage can have a very negative impact on the recovery of freshwater during aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) in brackish-saline aquifers. Deep interception of intruding brackish-saline water can mitigate the negative effects and buoyancy of freshwater to some extent, but not completely.
The subsurface is increasingly perforated for exploitation of water and energy. This has...