Assessing the Value of Information of Geophysical Data For Groundwater Management

@inproceedings{Trainor2008AssessingTV,
  title={Assessing the Value of Information of Geophysical Data For Groundwater Management},
  author={William Joseph Trainor and Jef Caers and Tapan Mukerji and Esben Auken and Richard Eldon. Knight},
  year={2008}
}
Coastal communities throughout the world are facing the threat of seawater intrusion due to extensive pumping of groundwater aquifers. A great need exists for water management strategies that can address these aquifer overdrafts. Similar to Petroleum reservoirs, effective groundwater management requires subsurface hydrogeologic models but also requires an assessment of the uncertainty of these models. The risks associated with poor predictions could justify the cost of collecting additional… CONTINUE READING

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