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Integrated Groundwater Management

Concepts, Approaches and Challenges

ISBN: 978-3-319-23575-2 (Print) 978-3-319-23576-9 (Online)

Table of contents (29 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xiii

  2. Integration Overview and Problem Settings

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

    2. Chapter

      Pages 3-20

      Integrated Groundwater Management: An Overview of Concepts and Challenges

    3. Chapter

      Pages 21-48

      The International Scale of the Groundwater Issue

    4. Chapter

      Pages 49-73

      Disentangling the Complexity of Groundwater Dependent Social-ecological Systems

    5. Chapter

      Pages 75-96

      Groundwater Management Under Global Change: Sustaining Biodiversity, Energy and Food Supplies

    6. Chapter

      Pages 97-141

      Linking Climate Change and Groundwater

  3. Governance

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 143-143

    2. Chapter

      Pages 145-171

      Groundwater Governance in Australia, the European Union and the Western USA

    3. Chapter

      Pages 173-196

      Groundwater Law

    4. Chapter

      Pages 197-227

      Groundwater Regulation and Integrated Water Planning

    5. Chapter

      Pages 229-252

      Conjunctive Management Through Collective Action

    6. Chapter

      Pages 253-272

      The Social-Environmental Justice of Groundwater Governance

    7. Chapter

      Pages 273-293

      Social Justice and Groundwater Allocation in Agriculture: A French Case Study

  4. Biophysical Aspects

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 295-295

    2. Chapter

      Pages 297-312

      Ecohydrology and Its Relation to Integrated Groundwater Management

    3. Chapter

      Pages 313-346

      Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems: Classification, Identification Techniques and Threats

    4. Chapter

      Pages 347-376

      Interactions of Water Quality and Integrated Groundwater Management: Examples from the United States and Europe

    5. Chapter

      Pages 377-412

      Soil and Aquifer Salinization: Toward an Integrated Approach for Salinity Management of Groundwater

    6. Chapter

      Pages 413-434

      Managed Aquifer Recharge: An Overview of Issues and Options

    7. Chapter

      Pages 435-452

      Managed Aquifer Recharge in Integrated Water Resource Management

  5. Socioeconomics

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 453-453

    2. Chapter

      Pages 455-475

      Towards Integrated Groundwater Management in China

    3. Chapter

      Pages 477-492

      Social Science Contributions to Groundwater Governance

    4. Chapter

      Pages 493-517

      Lessons to Be Learned from Groundwater Trading in Australia and the United States

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