Sustainable Groundwater Development

The sustainable use of groundwater is of paramount importance together with a societal challenge. It is widely recognized that groundwater sustainability is a driven process of intra- and inter-generational equity that balances the environment, society, and economy. However, achieving this sustainability is a challenging task nowadays due to human intervention. Over-pumping with limited insights into groundwater systems, inappropriate planning of wells, weak protection and management policies could result in severe environmental impacts and dramatic water table depletion in many regions.

With the presence of experts from Afghanistan, France, Kazakhstan, Taiwan, Thailand, Russia, and Vietnam, this workshop is aimed to provide an overall understanding of issues and challenges of groundwater management as well as review recent strategies and initiatives towards improved groundwater management beyond.

  • Moderators

Dr Adichat Surinkum, Email: adichat_s@ccop.or.th, CCOP, Thailand

Prof. Pham Quy Nhan, Email: pqnhan@hunre.edu.vn, Vice Rector of HUNRE, Vietnam

  • Date & Venue

1:30 pm – 4:30 pm, March 04th, 2018

Yellow Diamond Room, ALMAZ 1st Floor

Session Duration
Session plan in detail Order Presentation / Discussion topic Confirmed speakers
1 Introduction
2 Comparison between steady-state flow field and particle tracking results using finite difference method and finite element method for test area I-Hsien Lee

National Central University, Taiwan

3 An online platform for interactive groundwater modeling and data analysis Chuen-Fa Ni

National Central University, Taiwan

4 Analytical solution for estimation the behavior of tide-induced groundwater fluctuations in Hsinchu groundwater basin, Taiwan Phuong Thanh Vu

National Central University, Taiwan

5 Groundwater estimation using distributed hydrologic model. A case study at Cu De river catchment, Viet Nam. Vo Ngoc Duong

Danang University, Vietnam

6 Integrated surface and groundwater modeling for sustainable water supply and climate change adaptation Mohammad Daud Hamidi

University Research and Innovation System, Kazakhstan

7 Integrated Groundwater Resources Management Challenges and Opportunities: A Case Study of Soc Trang Province, The South of Vietnam Van Pham Dang Tri

Can Tho University, Vietnam

8 Effects of groundwater exploitation to the saltwater intrusion in a coastal aquifer of Thai Binh province, Viet Nam Trinh Hoai Thu

Vietnam Academy Of Science And Technology ,Vietnam

 9 Development of International Model of Groundwater Extraction Management Ekaterina GOLOVINA

Saint-Petersburg Mining University, Russsia

 10 Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) as Mitigation Technique for Climate Change Adaptation in Central Asian Region Abdulhalim

Kabul Polytechnic University, Afganistan

 11 Estimated input parameters of GSFLOW model based on simplified case for northwest area of Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam Quoc Dung TRAN

National Central University, Taiwan

12 Towards conjunctive surface water/groundwater management: Modelling the impact of groundwater level fluctuations on surface water flows Barry Croke

Australian National University, Australia

13 Panel discussion
I-Hsien Lee

National Central University, Taiwan

Prof. Chuen-Fa Ni

National Central University, Taiwan

Phuong Thanh Vu

Graduate Institute of Applied Geology

Vo Ngoc Duong

Danang University, Vietnam

Mohammad Daud Hamidi

University Research and Innovation System, Kazakhstan

Van Pham Dang Tri

Head of Water Resources

College of Environment and Natural Resources, Can Tho University, Vietnam

Trinh Hoai Thu

Head of Department of Mineral Geochemistry

Institute of Marine Geology & Geophysic  (IMGG)

VIETNAM ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY  (VAST)

Ekaterina GOLOVINA

Assistant

Saint-Petersburg Mining University, Russsia

Abdulhalim Zaryab

Assistant Professor

Kabul Polytechnic University, Kabul, Afghanistan

Quoc Dung TRAN

Vietnam/National Central University, Taiwan

Barry Croke

Australian National University, Australia

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