4. Transboundary Aquifers

  1. Prof. Dr. Jacques Ganoulis21,
  2. Dr. Alice Aureli22 and
  3. Prof. Dr. Jean Fried23,24
  1. Neno Kukuric1,
  2. Jac van der Gun1,
  3. Slavek Vasak1,
  4. Ognjen Bonacci2,
  5. Irina Polshkova3,
  6. Ofelia Tujchneider4,5,
  7. Marcela Perez4,
  8. Marta Paris4,
  9. Mónica D'elia4,
  10. Benjamin Ngounou Ngatcha6,
  11. Jacques Mudry7,
  12. Devinder Kumar Chadha8,
  13. Frank Wendland9,
  14. Georg Berthold10,
  15. Adriane Blum11,
  16. Hans-Gerhard Fritsche10,
  17. Ralf Kunkel9,
  18. Rüdiger Wolter12,
  19. Radu Drobot13,
  20. Peter Szucs14,
  21. Serge Brouyere15,
  22. Marin-Nelu Minciuna16,
  23. Lászlò Lenart14,
  24. Alain Dassargues15,
  25. Zoran Stevanović17,
  26. Péter Kozák18,
  27. Milojko Lazić17,
  28. János Szanyi19,
  29. Dušan Polomčić17,
  30. Balázs Kovács19,
  31. József Török18,
  32. Saša Milanović17,
  33. Bojan Hajdin17,
  34. Petar Papic17,
  35. Petra Meglič20 and
  36. Joerg Prestor20

Published Online: 19 SEP 2011

DOI: 10.1002/9783527636655.ch4

Transboundary Water Resources Management: A Multidisciplinary Approach

Transboundary Water Resources Management: A Multidisciplinary Approach

How to Cite

Kukuric, N., van der Gun, J., Vasak, S., Bonacci, O., Polshkova, I., Tujchneider, O., Perez, M., Paris, M., D'elia, M., Ngatcha, B. N., Mudry, J., Chadha, D. K., Wendland, F., Berthold, G., Blum, A., Fritsche, H.-G., Kunkel, R., Wolter, R., Drobot, R., Szucs, P., Brouyere, S., Minciuna, M.-N., Lenart, L., Dassargues, A., Stevanović, Z., Kozák, P., Lazić, M., Szanyi, J., Polomčić, D., Kovács, B., Török, J., Milanović, S., Hajdin, B., Papic, P., Meglič, P. and Prestor, J. (2011) Transboundary Aquifers, in Transboundary Water Resources Management: A Multidisciplinary Approach (eds J. Ganoulis, A. Aureli and J. Fried), Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim, Germany. doi: 10.1002/9783527636655.ch4

Editor Information

  1. 21

    UNESCO Chair and Network INWEB, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Department of Civil Engineering, Division of Hydraulics and Environmental Engineering, 54124 Thessaloniki, Greece

  2. 22

    UNESCO, International Hydrological Programme, 1, rue Miollis, 75732 Paris, France

  3. 23

    University of California, School of Social Ecology, Department of Planning, Policy and Design, Irvine, CA 92697, USA

  4. 24

    UNESCO, Paris, France

Author Information

  1. 1

    IGRAC – International Groundwater, Resources Assessment Centre, 3508 AL Utrecht, The Netherlands

  2. 2

    University of Split, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Matice hrvatske 15, 21000 Split, Croatia

  3. 3

    Russian Academy of Sciences, Water Problems Institute, 3 Gubkina Street, 119333 Moscow, Russia

  4. 4

    National University of El Litoral, Faculty of Engineering and Water Sciences, Ciudad Universitaria, Ruta Nacional 168-Km 472, S3000 Santa Fe, Argentina

  5. 5

    National Council of Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET), Av. Rivadavia 1917, C1033AAJ Buenos Aires, Argentina

  6. 6

    University of Ngaoundéré, Faculty of Sciences, B.P. 454 Ngaoundéré, Cameroon

  7. 7

    University of Besançon, UMR Chrono-Environnement, F-25030 Besançon, France

  8. 8

    Global Hydrogeological Solutions, G-66 (Ground Floor), Vikaspuri, New Delhi - 110 018, India

  9. 9

    Research Centre Jülich, Agrosphere Institute (ICG-4), Leo-Brandt-Strasse, 52425 Jülich, Germany

  10. 10

    Hessian Agency for Environment and Geology (HLUG), Rheingaustraße 186, 65203 Wiesbaden, Germany

  11. 11

    Bureau de Recherches Géologiques et, Minières (BRGM), 3 avenue Claude-Guillemin, 45060 Orléans, France

  12. 12

    Federal Environmental Agency (UBA), Wörlitzer Platz 1, 06844 Dessau, Germany

  13. 13

    Technical University of Civil Engineering, Bd. Lacul Tei 124, Sector 2, 020396 Bucharest, Romania

  14. 14

    University of Miskolc, 35152 Miskolc-Egyetemvaros, Hungary

  15. 15

    University of Liège, HG-GeomaC, 4000 Sart Tilman, Liège, Belgium

  16. 16

    National Institute of Hydrology and Water Management, Sos. Bucuresti-Ploiesti 97, 013686 Bucharest, Romania

  17. 17

    University of Belgrade, Faculty of Mining & Geology, Department of Hydrogeology, Djusina 7, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia

  18. 18

    ATIKOVIZIG, Directorate for Environmental, Protection and Water Management of Lower Tisza District, Stefania 4, 6701 Szeged, Hungary

  19. 19

    University of Szeged, Department of Mineralogy, Geochemistry and Petrology, Egyetem 2-6, 6722 Szeged, Hungary

  20. 20

    Geological Survey of Slovenia, Dimičeva ulica 14, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 19 SEP 2011
  2. Published Print: 15 SEP 2011

ISBN Information

Print ISBN: 9783527330140

Online ISBN: 9783527636655

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Keywords:

  • Groundwater;
  • aquifers;
  • transboundary;
  • international;
  • assessment;
  • Transboundary water management;
  • karst;
  • sharing data;
  • Transboundary ground water flows;
  • mathematical modelling;
  • Transboundary aquifer;
  • Pilcomayo river;
  • South America;
  • Lake Chad basin;
  • transboundary aquifers;
  • groundwater recharge;
  • water resource management;
  • climate variability;
  • human activities;
  • Indus basin;
  • Quaternary aquifer;
  • groundwater development;
  • runoff;
  • EU Water Framework Directive (article 17);
  • groundwater quality;
  • natural background levels;
  • threshold values;
  • Rhine Valley;
  • Transboundary;
  • database;
  • flow;
  • solute transport;
  • groundwater management;
  • Transboundary aquifer;
  • groundwater management;
  • Hungary;
  • Serbia;
  • Aquifer;
  • groundwater resource;
  • hydrogeological map;
  • groundwater body;
  • transboundary

Summary

This chapter contains sections titled:

  • Towards a Methodology for the Assessment of Internationally Shared Aquifers

  • Challenges in Transboundary Karst Water Resources Management – Sharing Data and Information

  • The Importance of Modelling as a Tool for Assessing Transboundary Groundwaters

  • Hydrogeological Characterization of the Yrenda–Toba–Tarijeño Transboundary Aquifer System, South America

  • The State of Understanding on Groundwater Recharge for the Sustainable Management of Transboundary Aquifers in the Lake Chad Basin

  • Development, Management and Impact of Climate Change on Transboundary Aquifers of Indus Basin

  • Natural Background Levels for Groundwater in the Upper Rhine Valley

  • Hydrogeological Study of Somes-Szamos Transboundary Alluvial Aquifer

  • Towards Sustainable Management of Transboundary Hungarian–Serbian Aquifer

  • Transboundary Groundwater Resources Extending over Slovenian Territory

  • References

  • Further Reading