artificial recharge

artificial recharge

[¦ärd·ə¦fish·əl ′rē‚chärj]
(civil engineering)
The recharge of an aquifier depleted by abnormally large withdrawals, by the use of injection wells and other techniques.
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Tenders are invited for artificial recharge schemes at various places in pallichal, kattakada and malayinkeezhu gramapanchayats in kattakada constituency.
The topics include surface water data collection and processing, cloud seeding studies for obtaining atmospheric water resources, a framework for assessing the impact of climate change on groundwater system formations, using floodwater for artificial recharge and spate irrigation, and a watershed approach to controlling erosion and the non-point-source pollution of water bodies.
Pilot artificial recharge projects demonstrating the feasibility of small scale artificial recharge to groundwater.
Growing alfalfa, building an artificial recharge pond, and reinforcing a cottonwood bank were small steps that helped her farm bounce back.
Other sessions highlighted the best practices and lessons learned from the artificial recharge of rainwater to groundwater aquifers, the role of the Ministry of Health and the assessment of socio-economic and water-related topics at community scale in Palestine.
Ecological farming' strains my imagination, because I am not an ecologist -- but I wonder if we couldn't model natural thresholds in the same manner as this article models artificial recharge.
3 ON RAINWATER HARVESTING: In order to trap rainwater during the monsoon season, installation of customised artificial recharge structures in the roadside drains has been suggested to carry waste water for harvesting rainwater run- off.
The full impact of artificial recharge will be visible in the next three years which will further improve the health, hygiene, sanitation and the livelihood options of the rural folks.
This project will increase groundwater table through artificial recharge by constructing 26 dams to harvest 66,075 acre-ft of rain water.
We're about a year to eighteen months away from finishing construction, and then artificial recharge will start.
Through this research, an attempt has been made to identify the potential zones for groundwater extraction, demarcation and natural recharge and devising proper artificial recharge mechanism using GIS and RS tools.
He covers the occurrence and fate of bulk organic matter and pharmaceutically active compounds in managed aquifer recharge, the fate of effluent organic matter during bank filtration, the fate of endocrine disrupting compounds, the role of biodegradation in removing pharmaceutically active compounds, organic micropollutant removal from wastewater effluent-impacted drinking water sources during bank filtration and artificial recharge, and a framework for assessing organic micropollutant removal during managed aquifer recharge.