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4-4 Metrology and data transmission

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Karst aquifers are often avoided as drinking water resources because of the perceived difficulties in exploitation. Karst aquifer systems are characterised by rapid and strong variations of hydrologic, physico-chemical, isotopic and microbiological parameters. This high temporal variability as well as the spatial heterogeneity of karst aquifers requires special experimental techniques and measurement methods. Better monitoring techniques and data transmission processes, as well as new investigation techniques, could help to improve the use of these valuable resources.

This session will focus on new methods for the continuous online measurement of such parameters and will also include presentations on new investigation techniques, such as improved tracer and geophysical techniques.

Jacques Mudry,
17 Aug 2011, 09:43