SUBSOL is an EU funded project to promote innovative, practical concepts for advanced freshwater management, with the common objective of protecting, enlarging and sustainably utilizing fresh groundwater resources in coastal areas.
These subsurface water solutions (SWS) are built on experiences with Managed Aquifer Recharge and Aquifer Storage and Recovery, but their applicability is much wider due to innovations in water well design and configuration, allowing for advanced groundwater management, and maximum control over freshwater resources.
The SUBSOL Knowledge Environment is an online, flexible and adaptable platform to search for or share information about solutions to problems that frequently occur in freshwater resources and ecosystems of coastal areas, such as seasonal water shortage, saltwater intrusion, and degradation of wetlands. It consists of three parts: A Marketplace, a Knowledge Base and a Toolkit, all provided through a unified web-based environment.

Marketplace

The web-based marketplace is the environment in which the interested parties can find information regarding successful implementations, design of products and implementation of innovative solutions, aiming at dissemination and promotion for potential adoption and replication in similar environments, in order to solve all or part of their problem.

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    Knowledge Base

    The knowledge base provides information on what methods are available regarding technical solutions for groundwater management in areas with brackish or saline aquifers, what has already been applied and tested under different contexts and what were the main lessons learned.


    SWS Solutions

    A set of innovative, practical concepts for protection, enlargement and utilization of freshwater resources in coastal areas.

    Reference Applications

    Collected experiences, case studies and information for sustainable groundwater management in coastal areas.


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    Toolbox

    A series of online and open tools that provide an answer to how appropriate solutions for sustainable groundwater resources management in coastal areas can be selected, designed and implemented


    A versatile and portable web application that aims to gather various types of data from various locations, store them in the database and visualize them for the user to view.
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  • A screening tool that scans an area to identify locations that can be suitable for applying subsurface water solutions, performing spatial operations on layers that describe the topographical and hydrogeological conditions of the study area.
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  • SUBSOL Office Open XML Toolbox


    This application enables developers of models based on popular spreadsheet applications like Microsoft Excel or LibreOffice Calc to easily provide access to their models to other users over the Internet, without the need to translate the model into another programming language.
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    Highlight: Reference Application
    ASRO in Westland (Netherlands)
    At the ASRO in Westland (province of South Holland, The Netherlands), the freshwater surplus of 270,000 m2 of greenhouse roof is collected, filtrated, and injected deep into the target aquifer (23-37 m below sea-level; 4000...

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    Recent Products and Services: SUBSOL Office Open XML Toolbox 3 months, 2 weeks ago   ASR-Coastal Tool 7 months ago   Freshmaker Tool 7 months ago  
    Recent Applications: The Amsterdam Watersupply Dunes (Netherlands) - Literature review 3 months, 4 weeks ago   Liwa Strategic Storage, Abu Dhabi (UAE) 4 months, 4 weeks ago   Deep well infiltration Watervlak, DWAT - Literature review 6 months, 2 weeks ago