Activities

Workshop on MAR in China – Online meeting – March 22nd 2021
Denmark (8:00-11:40) – China (15:00-18:40)

Overview of the key presentations:

1. Tackling Water Security Challenges in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region (Yong Zhao & Xin He) (WWD danida presentation_ Xin He)

2. Progress of MAR in China (Weiping Wang) (MAR China Weiping)

3. Water Reuse in China: Current status, policies and Experience (Yin-hu Wu ) (Water Reuse in China Current status policies and experience_ Wu Yin-Hu)

4. Managing Aquifer Recharge: A showcase for Resilience and Sustainability (Yan Zheng) (MARbook-UNESCO-Yan Zheng)

5. Groundwater Modelling for MAR in the North China Plain (Simon Stisen) (MAR-China-GEUS-Simon Stisen)

6. Reclaimed Water for MAR: Managing conventional and emerging water quality
risks (Yunjie Ma) (Reclaimed Water for MAR_Yunjie Ma)

7. Developing Technical Guidelines for MAR in Beijing-Tianjing-Hebei- Region (Binghua Li) (Developling Technical Guidelines for MAR_Binghua Li)

8. Progress of Sino-Danish Strategic Sector Cooperation on Water and Environment (Cheng Zhang) (Sino-Danish Strategic Sector Cooperation Program on Water-ZHANG Cheng)

9. Pingtan Island – SSC – a case site presentation (Anna Maria Nielsen) (Pingtan Island SSC -a case presentation_Anna Maria Nielsen)

10. A MAR test facility (Bjørn Kaare Jensen) (A MAR test facility MAR_ Bjørn Kaare Jensen)

Recording of online workshop – March 22nd 2021

MAR-China project group got together in Copenhagen for a workshop at GEUS; August 19-23. 2019

Overview of the key presentations:

  • Weiping Wang: Status of fieldwork and research at the Jinan field site
  • Yunjie Ma: Biodegradation drives the antibiotics removal in Beiyun river sediments
  • Yunjie Ma: Initial results of antibiotics removal in lab columns simulating riverbank filtration.
  • Meng Ma: Status of fieldwork and research at the Beiyun site
  • Wensi Guo: Hydrostratigraphic model for Baoding plain
  • Julian Koch: Status of modelling and remote sensing analysis on irrigation in north China plain
  • Bjørn Kåre Jensen: Presentation of another EU funded Sino-Danish MAR-related project at GEUS
  • Claus Davidsen: Presentation on ideas for economic evaluation of MAR scenarios
  • Simon Stisen: Introduction to discussion on WP linkages


Mar-China project group attended the 10th International Symposium on Managed Aquifer Recharge

The 10th International Symposium on Managed Aquifer Recharge(ISMAR10)was held in Madrid during May 20-24, 2019. ISMAR10 featured 20 MAR related topics including MAR as a key climate change adaptation measure, sustainable MAR in developing countries, water quality and related hydrogeochemistry aspects, modelling, management of clogging and MAR and economic aspects etc. Researchers, practitioners and regulators from dozens of countries from all five continents presented research that advances in MAR from theory to practice. At ISMAR 10, our project is represented by graduate students Meng Ma (PKU/SUSTech) and Wensi Guo (SUSTech/HKU), post-doctoral trainee Yunjie Ma (SUSTech) and Jakub Modrzynski (GEUS), and Professors Jens Aamand (GEUS), Shisong Qu (U Jinan), Weiping Wang (U Jinan) and Yan Zheng (SUSTech).

During the 10th ISMAR, attendants from MAR-China project communicated and discussed widely with other MAR researchers. Professor Yan Zheng co-hosted a workshop in which she described new environmental and social sustainability indicators that she has developed for a forthcoming UNESCO publication co-edited by her on MAR. She also hosted Session 3 on new regional case studies. Professor Weiping Wang hosted Session 20 on training on MAR and he also gave a presentation on specific types and adaptability zoning evaluation of managed aquifer recharge for irrigation in the North China Plain (NCP). Professor Shisong Qu gave a presentation on water quantity and quality risk assessment of the Karst aquifer recharge with multi-source water in Yufu river of Jinan, China. In terms of water quality, Jakub Modrzynski presented his recent work on simulating removal of organic contaminants of emerging concerns (CECs) through reactive MAR barriers. Yunjie Ma gave a presentation entitled ‘Antibiotic removal during riverbank filtration of reclaimed water’, shedding insights on biogeochemical processes responsible for antibiotics removal during riverbank infiltration of reclaimed water in Beiyun River of the NCP. PhD student Meng Ma presented his research on assessment of the fate of an antibiotic, sulfamethoxazole, from a push-pull experiment conducted in an experimental site in suburban Beijing of the NCP. In terms of recharge quantity, PhD student Wensi Guo presented her regional groundwater flow model results in Baoding Plain of NCP, testing scenarios of using newly available water from South to North Water Diversion.

Finally, during the IAH-MAR Commission Plenary session, Professor Yan Zheng was elected as its Co-Chair. She was received a certificate of appreciation issued by International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH) to recognize her exceptional services to advance the objectives of IAH-MAR Commission for her leadership role on MAR for sustainable development


First Stakeholder Consultation Workshop: Managed Aquifer Recharge in the North China Plain

  • Monday – 17 SEPTEMBER 2018, Yulong Hotel, Beijing China

Visit project field work sites in suburban Beijing (BWSTI will host)

  • Tuesday – 18 SEPTEMBER 2018, Beijing China

Visit project field work sites in suburban Jinan (U Jinan will host)

  • Wednesday – 19 SEPTEMBER 2018, Jinan, China

First Project Workshop:

  • Friday – 21 SEPTEMBER 2018, SUSTech, Shenzhen China
GEUS, Oester Voldgade 10, 1350 Copenhagen C, Denmark, Phone Tlf.: 38142000