News

Tutorial 1 and 2 now available!

Two tutorials have been released to learn step-by-step how to use the INOWAS platform. The first tutorial covers the setup of a steady-state groundwater flow model using the “Numerical groundwater …

References

Journal articles (peer-reviewed) Sallwey, J., Schlick, R., Bonilla, J., Stefan, C. (2019) Suitability mapping for managed aquifer recharge: development of web-tools. Water, 11(11): 2254. https://doi.org/10.3390/w11112254 Glass, J., Jain, R., Junghanns, R., Sallwey, J., Fichtner, T., Stefan, …

T20: Real-time modelling

The real-time modelling tool allows a user to extend an existing numerical groundwater flow model with new sensor data. New stress periods are automatically added to the basis model using …

T19. Groundwater residence time

Subsurface travel time from the area of recharge to the point of abstraction during MAR is a critical parameter to ensure sufficient attenuation for hygienic parameters and other undesired substances. …

T10. Real-time monitoring

This tool encompasses a web-based monitoring system developed to integrate time series data into the INOWAS platform. Real-time sensors can be connected to the INOWAS platform and time series data …

SMART-Control project started

A new project coordinated by the INOWAS research group entitled “Smart framework for real-time monitoring and control of subsurface processes in managed aquifer recharge (MAR) applications” just started! The international project …

Risk assessment

Evaluation of the risk of contaminant breakthrough during MAR application. Especially during the delvelopment of a MAR project, health, environmental and management risks need to be identified and quantified.