Critical Aquifer Recharge Areas in the Susquehanna River Basin
Groundwater recharge is the primary means of ensuring water is available in aquifers for water supply and as base flow to streams. Different geologic materials, structures, and land uses all influence the rate in which water can recharge underlying aquifers. This study incorporated factors influencing recharge through standardization and weighting-assignments using the MCDA-GIS framework to identify land-surface areas that provide a large fraction of recharge. Results from the tool will aid in planning, developing and/or prioritizing preservation, restoration, or enhancement projects. Protecting and enhancing Critical Aquifer Recharge Areas, will assist with drought resiliency, improving water quality, and preserving water supply for future use.
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Speaker: Pierre MaCoy
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