Quest for Sustainability of Heavily Stressed Aquifers at Regional to Global Scales

Quest for Sustainability of Heavily Stressed Aquifers at Regional to Global Scales

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About the Meeting

Many of the world’s major aquifers are under severe stress as a result of deficits created by large imbalances between inflows and outflows. These deficits have led to widespread depletion and, in some areas, degradation of groundwater resources, which is of particular concern in areas where alternative water supplies are limited. As a result, the question of what the future holds for these heavily stressed aquifers is being asked with increasing urgency worldwide. This Chapman conference will draw together the community of researchers interested in the general topic of the sustainability of heavily stressed aquifers. Our goal is to assemble a diverse group of participants from the hydrology, policy, economics, and social science communities...

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Announcements

  • Scientific Program is Live!

    The scientific program is now live. Please click here for a complete list sessions and abstracts.
  • Registration is now open!

    Registration is now open. The deadline is 24 September.
  • Travel Grant Application is Open

    Please submit your travel grant application by 10 July 2019.

Contact Info

For information about the scientific program, please contact Jim Butler, Kansas Geological Survey, University of Kansas; Tom Gleeson, Civil Engineering, University of Victoria; and Jaime Gomez-Hernandez, Universitat Politècnica de València.