Adrian D. Werner mainly investigates Hydrology, Aquifer, Groundwater, Hydrogeology and Groundwater recharge. His Hydrology study frequently links to other fields, such as Climate change. The Aquifer study which covers Seawater that intersects with Sea level rise, Geotechnical engineering, Groundwater discharge and Sea level.
His Groundwater study deals with Oceanography intersecting with Resource and Water supply. His Groundwater recharge research integrates issues from Hydraulic conductivity and Water table. In Saltwater intrusion, Adrian D. Werner works on issues like Environmental engineering, which are connected to Global issue.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Hydrology, Aquifer, Groundwater, Groundwater recharge and Seawater intrusion. His Aquifer study combines topics in areas such as Seawater, Soil science, Hydrogeology and Submarine pipeline. His studies link Hydraulic conductivity with Groundwater.
His Groundwater recharge study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Structural basin, Submarine groundwater discharge, Infiltration, Water balance and Water resources. Adrian D. Werner has researched Seawater intrusion in several fields, including Sea level rise, Oceanography, Climate change, Coastal aquifer and Environmental resource management. His Groundwater flow research includes elements of Flow and Geomorphology.
His primary areas of investigation include Groundwater, Aquifer, Hydrology, Seawater and Soil science. His Groundwater study incorporates themes from Hydraulic conductivity, Sustainable yield and Water resource management. Adrian D. Werner has included themes like Submarine pipeline and Flow in his Aquifer study.
His work on Groundwater recharge, Drainage basin, Surface water and Groundwater flow is typically connected to Riparian zone as part of general Hydrology study, connecting several disciplines of science. His work deals with themes such as Saline groundwater, Bay, Subsea, Sea level rise and Submarine groundwater discharge, which intersect with Seawater. His Soil science research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Iterative method, Catchment hydrology, Thermal diffusivity and Shore.
His primary areas of study are Groundwater, Aquifer, Submarine pipeline, Seawater and Soil science. The concepts of his Groundwater study are interwoven with issues in Sedimentary depositional environment, Carbonate platform, Sustainable yield and Upwelling. His study focuses on the intersection of Sustainable yield and fields such as Natural with connections in the field of Hydrology.
His primary area of study in Aquifer is in the field of Saltwater intrusion. His Seawater research focuses on subjects like Subsea, which are linked to Water resources. His study in Soil science is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Uncertainty analysis, Watershed, Calibration, Water quality and Streamflow.
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Seawater intrusion processes, investigation and management: Recent advances and future challenges
Adrian Deane Werner;Mark Bakker;Vincent E. A. Post;Alexander Vandenbohede.
Advances in Water Resources (2013)
Impact of sea-level rise on sea water intrusion in coastal aquifers.
Adrian D Werner;Craig Trevor Simmons.
Ground Water (2009)
Is Decoupling GDP Growth from Environmental Impact Possible
James David Ward;Paul C Sutton;Adrian D Werner;Robert Costanza.
PLOS ONE (2016)
An investigation of enhanced recessions in Poyang Lake: Comparison of Yangtze River and local catchment impacts
Qi Zhang;Xu-chun Ye;Adrian D. Werner;Yun-liang Li.
Journal of Hydrology (2014)
Has the Three-Gorges Dam made the Poyang Lake wetlands wetter and drier?
Q. Zhang;L. Li;Y-G. Wang;A. D. Werner.
Geophysical Research Letters (2012)
Vulnerability Indicators of Sea Water Intrusion
Adrian D. Werner;James D. Ward;Leanne K. Morgan;Craig T. Simmons.
Ground Water (2012)
Australian groundwater modelling guidelines
Brian Barnett;Lloyd Townley;Vincent Post;Ray Evans.
Evaluation of outputs from automated baseflow separation methods against simulated baseflow from a physically based, surface water-groundwater flow model
Daniel Partington;Philip Brunner;Craig Simmons;Adrian Werner.
A review of seawater intrusion and its management in Australia
Adrian D. Werner.
Hydrogeology Journal (2010)
Characterisation of sea-water intrusion in the Pioneer Valley, Australia using hydrochemistry and three-dimensional numerical modelling
Adrian D Werner;Mark R Gallagher.
Hydrogeology Journal (2006)
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