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Real-time monitoring of the vadose zone as a key to groundwater protection from pollution hazard
Water Resources Management VIII
Minimization subsurface pollution is very dependent on reliable and effective monitoring tools. Today, most monitoring programs are based on observation wells that enable collection of hydrological and chemical information from the saturated part of the subsurface. As a result, identification of pollution in wells is clear evidence that the contaminants already crossed the entire vadose-zone and accumulated in the aquifer. Accordingly, an effective monitoring program must include monitoringdoi:10.2495/wrm150301 fatcat:k6gpjuk3gvewnjdf4zveueegta