Groundwater management

Developing efficient and advanced geophysical mapping methods, modelling tools and monitoring systems to ensure long-term sustainable management of groundwater resources

Providing enough fresh water for a growing population as well as an increasing industrial production is a global challenge. In many parts of the world – and especially in arid or seasonally dry regions – groundwater can provide a stable and sustainable source of high quality water. The volume of groundwater on Earth is approximately 100 times larger than fresh surface water, but many groundwater aquifers are threatened by pollution and over extraction. Denmark has always relied heavily on groundwater and has developed efficient and advanced geophysical mapping methods, modelling tools and monitoring systems to ensure a long-term sustainable management of the country’s groundwater resource. Today, all of the country’s drinking water needs are covered by groundwater.

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Connect with us: Tanya Jacobsen, Senior Project Manager, tja@stateofgreen.com,  +45 2249 6514