Making Groundwater Visible In Arid and Semi-Arid Regions

Groundwater is an invisible natural resource. It is available in different proportions, in various rock types and at various depths, on the surface layer of the earth. In the historical past, when there is no visible flow of water along the rivers, people used to dig small pits, in the river alluvium, wait and collect the groundwater coming through seepage and use it for their drinking purposes and for meeting the domestic needs. Similarly, to the people of mountainous regions, natural springs provided the sources of water supply. Springs are the outcome of seepage from any groundwater system, in hilly terrains or in limestone regions. More than 60 percent of the global population thrives by using only the groundwater resources. The groundwater which was existing at shallow depths in the open wells, has gone deep due to over-exploitation. Exploring these water sources become a challenging task to geo-scientists.

The Groundwater Project, Instituto Água Sustentável and CITEUC) will hold an online seminar next 1st of December at 9:00 GMT to celebrate the GROUNDWATER SUMMIT 2022 with the theme of “Making Groundwater Visible in Arid and Semi-Arid Regions”.

Webinar Agenda


The Afghanistan Groundwater Group (AGG), the Portugal Chapter of IAH – International Association of Hydrogeologists (AIH-GP), and IAPG-Afghanistan (Afghanistan National Section of the International Association for Promoting Geoethics), in collaboration with other national and international organizations (IAH, IAPG

Webinar Details

Date – 1st December 2022

Time – 2.30 PM IST

Webinar Deadline

Last date for registration for the webinar is 30th November 2022

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