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Seawater intrusion processes, investigation and management: Recent advances and future challenges
Seawater intrusion (SI) is a global issue, exacerbated by increasing demands for freshwater in coastal zones and predisposed to the influences of rising sea levels and changing climates. This review… Expand
Sharing Nature's Interest: Ecological Footprints as an Indicator of Sustainability
Introduction * Redefining Progress * Indicating Progress * Footprinting Foundations * Footprinting Fundamentals * From Activities to Impacts * Twenty Questions About Ecological Footprinting * Global… Expand
HydroGeoSphere: A Fully Integrated, Physically Based Hydrological Model
Introduction The importance of a quantitative understanding of the hydrological cycle increases with the ever-growing demand for water for anthropogenic needs. Numerical models are inevitable tools… Expand
Impact of sea-level rise on sea water intrusion in coastal aquifers.
Despite its purported importance, previous studies of the influence of sea-level rise on coastal aquifers have focused on specific sites, and a generalized systematic analysis of the general case of… Expand
Contrasting responses of water use efficiency to drought across global terrestrial ecosystems
- Y. Yang, H. Guan, +7 authors C. Simmons
- Medicine, Environmental Science
- Scientific reports
- 17 March 2016
Drought is an intermittent disturbance of the water cycle that profoundly affects the terrestrial carbon cycle. However, the response of the coupled water and carbon cycles to drought and the… Expand
Fractured bedrock and saprolite hydrogeologic controls on groundwater/surface-water interaction: a conceptual model (Australia)
Hydrologic conceptual models of groundwater/surface-water interaction in a saprolite-fractured bedrock geological setting often assume that the saprolite zone is hydraulically more active than the… Expand
Variable-density groundwater flow and solute transport in heterogeneous porous media: approaches, resolutions and future challenges.
- C. Simmons, T. Fenstemaker, J. Sharp
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of contaminant hydrology
- 1 November 2001
In certain hydrogeological situations, fluid density variations occur because of changes in the solute or colloidal concentration, temperature, and pressure of the groundwater. These include seawater… Expand
Using hydraulic head measurements in variable-density ground water flow analyses.
The use of hydraulic head measurements in ground water of variable density is considerably more complicated than for the case of constant-density ground water. A theoretical framework for dealing… Expand
Modeling surface water-groundwater interaction with MODFLOW: some considerations.
The accuracy with which MODFLOW simulates surface water-groundwater interaction is examined for connected and disconnected losing streams. We compare the effect of different vertical and horizontal… Expand
Groundwater ages in fractured rock aquifers
In fractured porous media, matrix diffusion processes mean that groundwater ages obtained with environmental tracers usually do not reflect the hydraulic age of the water. The distribution of… Expand