Preface. I. Introduction. Towards Management and Sustainable Development of Urban Groundwater Systems: An introduction; J. H. Tellam et al.- II Regional Overviews. Anthropogenic Changes to Hydrogeological Conditions in Urban Areas: New perspectives from Azerbaijan; R.G. Israfilov.- Demands on, Condition, and environmental Problems of the Baku Municipal Water Supply; A.Mammadova and Sh.I.Pashayeva.- Geoecological Problems in Azerbaijan; A. B. Alekperov et al.- Sources of Groundwater Supply to Urbanized Areas in Azerbaijan: National development of groundwater resources; F. Sh. Aliyev and F. S Askerov.- Optimaztion of Groundwater Usage for Urbanized rural Settlement Supply in Azerbaijan; Yu. H .Israfilov et al.- Urban Groundwater Pollution in Turkey: A national review of urban Groundwater quality issues; A. Baba and 0. Ayyildiz .-Groundwater Potential and Hydrogeological Characteristics of Çorlu, Turkey; I. Feda Aral.- Evaluation of Groundwater Over-Abstraction by Industrial Activities in the Trakya Region, Turkey: A Case of urban Groundwater resource Over-Abstraction; A.Öngen and E. Tinmaz.-.A long-term Perspective on the Sustainable Development of Urban Groundwater Resources in Romania; D. Galatchi.-III. Groundwater Flow.Integrated Hydrological Modelling for Sustainable Development and Management of Urban Water Supplies; E. Zia Hosseinipour .- Estimating Evapotranspiration in Urban Environments; K. Trout and M. Ross.-Reliability in Estimating Urban Groundwater Recharge through the Vadose Zone: Managing sustainable Development in arid and semiarid regions; M. J. Friedel .- Urban Well-Field Capture Zones Delineated using Flow Structure Modelling; D. Kuznetsov.- IV. Chemical Water Quality.Impacts of Sewer Leakage on Urban Groundwater: Review of a case study in Germany; I. Held et al.- Contamination and Degradation of De-Icing Chemicals in the Unsaturated and Saturated Zones at Oslo Airport, Gardermoen, Norway; B. Wejden and J. Øvstedal.-Aromatic HydrocarbonContamination of Clay Strata below a Petrochemical Site, UK: Organic contaminant migration in clay aquitards; R. A. White et al.-Baseline Groundwater Quality in the Coastal Aquifer of St. Lucia, South Africa; M. Simonsen Bjørkenes et al.- Hydrochemical Quality of Groundwater in Urban Areas of South Portugal; A. Chambel et al.- Issues of Radioactivity and Sustainable Development within Urban Groundwater Systems in Russia; L. M. Rogachevskaya.- Risks Posed by Unsanitary Landfill Leachate to Groundwater Quality: Çorlu (Trakya) Turkey; E.Tinmaz and A. Öngen.-Agricultural Influences on Groundwater used for Water Supply in the Caucasus Mineral Water Region; O.A. Karimova.- Environmental Problems Associated with Utilization of Mineral Waters in Urbanized Areas of Azerbaijan; M. M. Ismailova.- Conclusions from a negative Tracer Test in the Urban Thermal Karst Area, Budapest, Hungary; A. Eröss et al.- V. Biological Water Quality.Monitoring and Managing the Extent of Microbiological Pollution in Urban Groundwater Systems in developed and developing Countries; A.A. Cronin et al.- Microbial Pollution of Groundwater in the Town of Walkerton, Canada: Implications for the development of appropriate aquifer protection strategies; K. W. F. Howard.-Effects of Artificial Stormwater Infiltration on Urban Groundwater Ecosystems: Ecological issues in urban groundwater; T. Datry et al.- VI. Remediation.Organic Contaminant Remediation in Urban Groundwater: A review of Groundwater remediation technology development; M. O. Rivett.- Recent Approaches for Urban Groundwater Pollution Remediation: Analysis and Recommendations; D. Klaffke.-Reducing the Groundwater Pollution Risk in the Mining and Industrial Regions of Chiatura and Kazreti, Georgia: Remediation of mine-related tailings and wastes; Sh. Petriashvili and D. Chutkerashvili.- The Removal of Nitrate and Pesticides from Contaminated Water; S. Asian and A. Turkman.- VII. Engineering. Chemical and Geotechnical Problems Associated with
The forty papers in this book explore the state of sustainable groundwater management in a wide range of countries and cultures, climates, and geologies. They are organized in topic areas covering flow, chemical water quality, biological water quality, remediation, engineering, and socio-economics. An introductory section presents a range of integrated regional-scale studies. This volume will interest groundwater specialists in industry and research, and will provide insight for other urban specialists, including planners.
Up to date very wide-ranging summary of an area - groundwater - which is often neglected in urban planning
Rapidly expanding subject area - urban sustainability
Covers all main areas of urban groundwater, including socio-economic issues, in a wide range of geological, climatic, and cultural contexts
Includes much information on urban hydrogeological systems which have rarely been described before in the English literature