Smart framework for real-time monitoring and control of subsurface processes in managed aquifer recharge applications. The main objective of the SMART-Control project is to reduce the risks in the application of sustainable groundwater management techniques worldwide through the development and implementation of an innovative web-based, real-time monitoring and control system (RMCS) in combination with risk assessment and management tools (RAM). Managed aquifer recharge (MAR) represents an efficient water reuse technique to restore groundwater-dependent ecosystem services. More

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Project coordinator Catalin Stefan
Last Updated October 9, 2020, 10:12 (UTC)
Created February 18, 2020, 11:39 (UTC)
Acronym SMART-Control
Contact personsfor Dissemination activities - Open Data&Open Acces activities Jana Glass; Catalin Stefan
Project partners INOWAS Research Group, Department of Hydrosciences Berlin Centre of Competence for Water (KWB);Umwelt-und Ingenieurtechnik GmbH Dresden (UIT);Adelphi research gGmbH;French Geological Survey (BRGM);Lyonnaise des Eaux/Suez;Universidade Federal de Paraíba (UFPE);Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPB);University of Cyprus (UCY)
Access level info:eu-repo/semantics/closedAccess
Project identifier grantAgreement/EC/
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