Electrical Hydrogeology, a key facet of our Enhanced Aquifer Recharge (EAR) project, involves the strategic deployment of temporal electrical resistivity imaging (TERI) stations.
These stations are strategically placed across both existing natural recharge features and identified potential engineered EAR sites. The methodology employs TERI cables or installed electrodes to capture temporal changes in the electrical resistivity of the subsurface. By doing so, we gain valuable insights into the dynamic behavior of the aquifers over time, allowing us to optimize the placement of recharge efforts and enhance our understanding of groundwater flow patterns. This cutting-edge approach empowers us to make informed decisions in the sustainable management of our water resources, ensuring the effectiveness of our aquifer recharge initiatives.