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 Title & Authors
Subsurface Water Storage Using Coastal Aquifers Filled With Saline Water
Jung, Eun Tae; Park, Namsik; Kim, In Chul; Lee, Seoung Hwi;
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 Abstract
A new method is proposed for water resources using aquifers in coastal areas. These aquifers are generally filled with saline water due to seawater intrusion and consequently being left unutilized. Surface water can be injected into these aquifers and recovered for water quality enhancement and stored water. Injection and pumping wells are used. For this technique to be successful protection of pumping well from seawater intrusion is an essential issue. Salt water pumping can be used to prevent saline water upconing. Numerical analysis demonstrated that a properly designed and executed salt water pumping well can protect a freshwater pumping well from salt water intrusion.
 Keywords
Artificial recharge;River bank filtration;Scavenger well;Groundwater model;
 Language
Korean
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