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Date: Jun 10, 2015

Tracing water - Geophysical project in Israel

When water is scarce, it must be conserved, for example, in aquifers, which are subterranean soil and rock layers that can absorb, channel and provide water again. The Israeli scientist Alex Furman, Associate Professor for Soil Physics and Hydrogeophysics at the Technion in Haifa and the German geophysicists Klaus Haaken, a doctoral candidate in the group of Andreas Kemna, head of the department of applied geophysics at the University of Bonn, examine the way in which water seeps down to these subterranean layers. They presented their first results at the Status Conference 2015 “German-Israeli Co-operation in Water Technology Research” held in Berlin on 23 March 2015. A conversation about their joint project follows.

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