Hydrochemical Characteristics, Quality and Health Risk Assessment of Groundwater

A special issue of Water (ISSN 2073-4441). This special issue belongs to the section "Hydrogeology".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 August 2024 | Viewed by 76

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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Groundwater, which is frequently silent and out of sight, is essential to the global support of ecosystems and communities. Understanding its critical importance is essential as we examine its hydrochemical properties, quality, and health dangers. This hidden resource, which supports billions of people, is essential to domestic needs, industry, and agriculture underneath the surface of the Earth.

The study of groundwater’s hydrochemical composition extends beyond academic curiosity; it is a clarion call for action. The quality of this hidden treasure directly impacts human health and the environment, making it a focal point for research and targeted interventions. Contaminants can infiltrate this vital resource, posing health risks to those reliant on it for daily sustenance. A comprehensive assessment of groundwater quality is not only a scientific duty but a moral requirement.

Facing global challenges like climate change and population growth, the resilience of groundwater reservoirs is critical. Our Special Issue provides a platform for researchers to contribute their expertise in unraveling hydrochemistry intricacies and informing evidence-based policies and practices.

We encourage submissions exploring innovative groundwater assessment approaches, including advanced remote sensing tools. Technology, especially remote sensing, offers a comprehensive understanding of groundwater dynamics, vital for sustainable management.

As custodians of scientific inquiry, we invite you to submit to this Special Issue. Your contributions—through traditional hydrochemical analyses or cutting-edge remote sensing techniques—will enrich our understanding and pave the way for safeguarding this vital resource.

Prof. Dr. Wenbin Shen
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • groundwater
  • hydrochemistry
  • remote sensing
  • water quality
  • sustainable management

Published Papers

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