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Home / Journals / Hydrology / Advances in Groundwater Resources, Solute Transport, Pollution, Monitoring and Sustainable Development
Advances in Groundwater Resources, Solute Transport, Pollution, Monitoring and Sustainable Development
Lead Guest Editor:
Mustafa Eissa
Division of Water Resources, Desert Research Center, Cairo, Egypt
Guest Editors
Mohamed Gomaa
Department of Hydrogeochemistry, Division of Water Resources, Desert Research Center
Cairo, Egypt
Ehab Zaghlool
Department of hydrogeochemistry, Desert Research Center, Egypt.
Cairo, Egypt
Hesham Ezzeldin
Department of Hydrogeochemistry, Division of Water Resources, Desert Research Center
Cairo, Egypt
Saad Mohallel
Department of Hydrogeochemistry, Division of Water Resources, Desert Research Center
Cairo, Egypt
Yasser Abdulhady
Department of Hydrogeochemistry, Division of Water Resources, Desert Research Center
Cairo, Egypt
Heba Essawi
Department of Hydrogeochemistry, Division of Water Resources, Desert Research Center
Cairo, Egypt
Hussien Hussien
Department of Geology, Division of Water Resources, Desert Research Center
Cairo, Egypt
Ahmed Elshenawy
Department of Geophysical Exploration, Division of Water Resources, Desert Research Center
Cairo, Egypt
Fardous Zarif
Department of Geophysical exploration, Division of Water Resources, Desert Research Center
Cairo, Egypt
Pantelis Soupios
Laboratory of Applied Geology and Hydrogeology, Technological Educational Institute of Crete
Chania, Crete, Greece
Hamed Younes
Department of Earth Sciences, University of Gafsa
Gafsa, Tunisia
Enzo Rizzo
Institute of Methodologies for Environmental Analysis, National Research Council
Tito, Potenza, Italy
Mohamed Gomaa
Department of Applied Geophysics, National Research Centre
Cairo, Egypt
Mohamed Yousif
Department of Geology, Desert Research Center
Cairo, Egypt
Introduction
This special issue involves methodological contributions and multidisciplinary studies on the global and sustainable development of groundwater resource. Therefore, advances research articles in Water-Rock interactions, isotope hydrology, groundwater flow and solute transport, coupled unsaturated and saturated flow models, interaction of aquifer with connected, disconnected rivers, water treatment and desalination, Geophysics are encouraged. Water-Rock interactions play an important role in understanding the physicochemical processes that occurs among liquid and water phases in order understand the groundwater origin and recharge source(s). This issue motivate authors to submit article related to the impact of water-rock interaction and mixing processes on the groundwater quality as well as the geochemical processes and rock weathering which account for the origin of solutes and ions in groundwater. Also, this issue include articles related with the geochemical processes and rock weathering which account for the origin of solutes and ions in groundwater. Moreover, the implications of environmental isotopes to determine the origin, and movement of groundwater and its dissolved constituents. Groundwater flow and transport models offers unique solutions aims to understand the groundwater flow, qualitative and quantitative estimation of mixing and interaction between different end members. We invite authors to submit innovative research papers and review articles to advance the thoughtful of groundwater flow models water-rock interactions. Also, contributions focusing on innovative experimental, numerical, and analytical methods for understanding unconventional groundwater flow system are encouraged.

Aims and Scope:

Origin, distribution, transport and retention mechanisms of toxic pollutants in groundwater aquifers.
Determine the origin and movement of groundwater using environmental isotopes and dissolved constituents.
Assessments of hydrogeochemical processes affecting on water quality using geostatistical models.
Groundwater quality deterioration and geochemical processes due to water-rock interactions.
Implications of water-rock interaction studies in geothermal prospecting and survey.
Numerical simulation methods of groundwater flow and water rock interaction.
Surface water-Groundwater Interactions.
Coastal aquifers and seawater–groundwater interaction.
Waste water treatment and seawater desalination.
Shallow surface geophysical techniques (electrical resistivity tomography, ground penetrating radar, electromagnetic, self-potential) for geological and hydrogeological for characterization and monitoring of the subsoil on contaminated zone, landslide area, geological and fault system, volcano, sea water intrusion.
Deep surface geoelectrical method (Deep Electrical Resistivity Tomography) for geological and hydrogeological characterizations.
Groundwater exploration using integrated geophysical methods.
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