Groundwater has to be protected from deterioration in quality and quantity. Several methods for mid scales are established for the assessment of groundwater vulnerability that depend on data that are not available for many reasons. The application of the concepts and investigation of completely new questions was a topic in our working group in the past 10 years. New methods were developed which will be extended, calibrated, and applied worldwide.
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