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COMPLEX HYDROGEOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE ALLUVIAL TRANSBOUNDARY AQUIFER OF SOMES/SZAMOS (ROMANIA – HUNGARY)

IWRA World Water Congress 2003 Madrid Spain
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Author(s): LENART Laszlo
MADARASZ Tamas
MIKO Lajos
SZABO Attila
r SZUCS Peter
VIRAG JUHASZNE Margit
KARSAI Melinda
BRETOTEAN Mihai
DROBOT Radu
FILIP Anca
JIANU Marilena
MINCIUNA Marian
BROUYERE Serge
DASSARGUES Alai

LENART Laszlo 1 , MADARASZ Tamas1 , MIKO Lajos2 , SZABO Attila1 ,r SZUCS Peter1 , VIRAG JUHASZNE Margit3 , KARSAI Melinda1 , BRETOTEAN Mihai4 , DROBOT Radu5 , FILIP Anca4 , JIANU Marilena5 , MINCIUNA Marian4 , BROUYERE Serge6 ,DASSARGUES Alain6,7, POPESCU Cristina6

1 University of Miskolc, Department of Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology, 3515. Miskolc – Egyetemvaros, Hungary

2 Hungarian Geological Survey, Debrecen, Hungary

3 VIZITERV Plc., Nyiregyhaza, Hungary

4 National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology, Bucharest, Romania

5 Technical University of Bucharest, Faculty of Hydraulic Techniques, Romania

6 Hydrogeology, Dpt of Georesources, Geotechnologies and Building Materials (GEOMAC), University of Liege, Belgium

7 Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology, Dpt of Geography-Geology, K.U. Leuven, Belgium


Article:

Abstract

Three research institutes from Belgium, Hungary and Romania and their end-users have been carried out a NATO Science for Peace Project (SfP 973684) for three years to investigate the transboundary alluvial aquifer of the Somes-Szamos River in an integrated manner. Due to the increasing amount of drinking water, one of the main objectives is to make possible a sustainable management of the regional groundwater resources on both sides of the HungarianRomanian border.

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