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The questionnaire is in essence a table with the most commonly used artificial recharge techniques on the horizontal axis, and several
attributes to these techniques on the vertical axis.
The attributes on the vertical axis provide additional information about the technologies on the horizontal axis, so if you recognize one or
more of the techniques as being applied in your country, we ask you to assign the most commonly used attributes to these techniques in the
table.

The preferred method of filling in the questionnaire:

         First fill in your name, position, e-mail address and date of entry at the top of the questionnaire, along with the country or state of
          your expertise.
         Select a sub technique that is applied in your country.
         Fill in ‘p’ in one of the attribute boxes if the attribute is primary or dominant for the selected technique. No more than one ‘p’
          allowed in each main attribute group.
         Fill in ‘s’ in one or more of the attribute boxes if the attribute is secondary for the selected technique. Several ‘s’ are allowed in
          each main attribute group.
         Select the next technique that is applied in your country, and repeat the procedure described above. Don’t fill in attributes for
          technologies that are not applied.
         In two categories at the bottom of the table (nr. of schemes, est. total capacity), the total number of schemes for a certain
          technology in your country can be inserted (numerical value), along with the total scheme capacity (numerical value) of that
          technique (if known). Estimates are also appreciated.

Short explanations of the techniques and attributes are given in the questionnaire. Pop-ups in the spreadsheet contain explanations of the
terms.

A filled out questionnaire of The Netherlands is included as an example.

To fill in the questionnaire, click on the worksheet ‘questionnaire’ below, or press CTRL+Page Down.
                                                                                 IGRAC Global Inventory of Artificial Recharge

                                Country/ State                                                         Name                                                                                      E-mail
                                                                                                      Position                                                                                    Date


                                                                                A. Techniques referring primarily to the infiltration method                          B. Techniques referring primarily to the interception method
                                                   Technique:                                                                          Well, shaft and borehole
                                                                                Spreading methods                                                                                 In-channel modifications                  Runoff harvesting
                                                                                                                                               recharge
                                                                                                                   Induced bank        deep well
                                                Sub technique:   infiltration                ditch,                  infiltration      injection
                                                                                                                                                      shallow well/
                                                                                                                                                                      recharge    sub surface     sand        channel    barriers and
                                                                  ponds &        flooding   furrow,   irrigation                                        shaft/ pit                                                                      trenches
                                                                                                                                                                        dams         dams         dams       spreading      bunds
                                                                   basins                    drains                                  AS(TR)   ASR      infiltration
            Attribute:
                        1
            rainwater
            overland flow
                                            2
source




            intermittent water courses
                                2
            perennial streams
                                            3
            lakes & artificial reservoirs
            treated waste water
                                    4
            aquifer (groundwater)
            domestic water supply
            industrial water supply
use




            agricultural water supply
            ecology & environment
managemen




            quality improvement
            seawater intrusion control
            groundwater storage control
            groundwater level control

            small (scheme capacity < 100 000 m³/year)
scale




            medium (capacity 100 000 - 1 000 000 m³/year)
            large (scheme capacity > 1 000 000 m³/year)

            unconsolidated sediments
geology




            sandstone
            limestone
            other rock formations

Nr. of schemes
(estimated) total capacity (m3/year)
  1 Includes rooftop RWH                                              2         Includes diversion dams                  3          Includes storage dams                 4      Includes well/ borehole interception
                                                                                 IGRAC Global Inventory of Artificial Recharge

                                Country/ State                            The Netherlands              Name                                                                                      E-mail
                                                                                                      Position                                                                                    Date


                                                                                A. Techniques referring primarily to the infiltration method                          B. Techniques referring primarily to the interception method
                                                   Technique:                                                                          Well, shaft and borehole
                                                                                Spreading methods                                                                                 In-channel modifications                  Runoff harvesting
                                                                                                                                               recharge
                                                                                                                   Induced bank        deep well
                                                Sub technique:   infiltration                ditch,                  infiltration      injection
                                                                                                                                                      shallow well/
                                                                                                                                                                      recharge    sub surface     sand        channel    barriers and
                                                                  ponds &        flooding   furrow,   irrigation                                        shaft/ pit                                                                      trenches
                                                                                                                                                                        dams         dams         dams       spreading      bunds
                                                                   basins                    drains                                  AS(TR)   ASR      infiltration
            Attribute:
                        1                                                                                                                       p
            rainwater
            overland flow
                                            2
source




            intermittent water courses
                                2                                     p                       p                          p             p
            perennial streams
                                            3
            lakes & artificial reservoirs
            treated waste water
                                    4
            aquifer (groundwater)
            domestic water supply                                     p                                                  p             p
            industrial water supply                                   s                                                  s             s
use




            agricultural water supply                                                                                                           p
            ecology & environment
managemen




            quality improvement                                       p                                                  p                      p
            seawater intrusion control                                s
            groundwater storage control                               s
            groundwater level control                                                         p

            small (scheme capacity < 100 000 m³/year)                                                                                           p
scale




            medium (capacity 100 000 - 1 000 000 m³/year)
            large (scheme capacity > 1 000 000 m³/year)               p                       p                          p             p

            unconsolidated sediments                                  p                       p                          p             p        p
geology




            sandstone
            limestone
            other rock formations

Nr. of schemes                                                      12                                                  25             3
(estimated) total capacity (m3/year)                                185                                                 89
  1 Includes rooftop RWH                                              2         Includes diversion dams                  3          Includes storage dams                 4      Includes well/ borehole interception

				
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