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Guidelines for Drinking Water Protection Areas; Part II: Protection Areas for Dams ++ PDF File ++
This Standard W 102 explains the principles for the delimitation and protection of water protection areas and water protection zones for drinking water dams.
Design and Construction of Groundwater Monitoring Points ++ PDF file ++
Guidance for the Application of Numerical
This Code of Practice W 107 shall apply to the establishment and application of numerical groundwater flow and transport models in water catchment areas.
Forest Management and Water Resources Protection ++ PDF file ++
This guideline W 105 describes the facts and measures of water-protecting forest management. This guideline is aimed at forest owners, dam operators and water utilities as well as water management and forestry authorities.
Planning, Execution and Analysis of Pumping Tests in Groundwater Development ++ PDF file ++
Since the publication of the 1997 edition of W 111, more experience has been gained, more findings have been made and new methods have been developed for executing and analysing pumping tests as well as for the electronic capture of data at optional intervals. The measurement behaviour of groundwater data loggers can now be programmed much more extensively; moreover, they can now transmit the collected data via radio-based systems like GSM or GRPS either immediately or according to a predefined schedule. This Code of Practice discusses the resultant opportunities for quality assurance and the analysis of the frequently very elaborate tests.
Monitoring of Groundwater Quality in Water Catchment Areas ++ PDF file ++
This Code of Practice W 108 applies to the planning and optimisation of groundwater monitoring networks to monitor the input from non- point sources of contaminants and pollutants into the groundwater in the catchment areas of drinking water abstraction points.
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