Groundwater Asia

Mapping Groundwater Resilience to Climate Change and Human Development in Asian Cities
Mapping Groundwater Resilience to Climate Change and Human Development in Asian Cities

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Publications

January 2020
Groundwater resources of Kathmandu Valley in Nepal are under immense pressure from multiple stresses, including climate change. Due to over-extraction, groundwater resources are depleting, leading to social, environmental, and economic problems. Climate change might add additional pressure by altering groundwater recharge rates and availability [...]
March 2020
Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), Vietnam has undergone tremendous transformation in land-use practices in the past few decades. The groundwater-related issues have also been a major concern in the fast-growing southern city of Vietnam. Quantitative prediction of the impact on groundwater recharge due to [...]
September 2017
Impacts of climate change on water resources, especially groundwater, can no longer be hidden. These impacts are further exacerbated under the integrated influence of climate variability, climate change and anthropogenic activities. The degree of impact varies according to geographical location and other factors leading [...]

Thesis

May 2020
Urban aquifers are facing increasing pressure from climate change, land-use change and abstraction, altering groundwater levels and threatening sustainable water consumption availability and utilisation. Therefore, this study projects future changes of climate, land use and abstraction, while analyzing the vulnerability of groundwater levels to [...]
May 2020
Groundwater is an essential resource for various uses and has great economic importance in Bangkok and its vicinity, Thailand. In this study area, groundwater is under immense pressure because of rapid urbanization, overexploitation of resources and climate change. Mapping groundwater resilience to climate change [...]
May 2019
Groundwater is a very essential resource and a source of water in areas where the surface water sources are not adequate to meet the demand. But due to over-abstraction and reduced recharge, the sustainability of the groundwater is threatened. The groundwater in the context [...]

Presentations