Taking groundwater, salinization, groundwater levels, soil, interaction between vadose zone and saturated zone into the consideration of simulation models special (geophysical) techniques are needed to learn more about the subsurface. These special techniques and field investigations are applied in different pilot areas. The acquired data contribute to geological and hydrological 3D models.
- development, innovation and practical testing of newest technology with the aim to identify geological layers and soil characteristics, salinity, pathways for salinity or nutrients/pollution, hydraulic properties.
The investigations are done via staff exchange and close cooperation between the lead of the pilot area and the investigation team. - joint development and implementation of investigation plan for each pilot.
This will include a Transnational Peer Review (TPR) for each pilot at the start and at various stages during the project in order to identify transnational synergies, collaborative opportunities, and maximize project delivery. - development and application of workflows for data processing and identification and preparation of parameters for the geological and hydrological models - Solid climate change adaptation needs a reliable database, shared databases and dissemination of results
The work is done in close cooperation with the other WPs, especially WP 3 and 5. The work builds on different knowledge and new perspectives from beneficiaries.
Leipniz Institute for Applied Geophysics (LIAG) is responsible for Work package 4.