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Current trends and future challenges in groundwater vulnerability assessment using overlay and index methods
RC Gogu, A Dassargues
Environmental geology 39 (6), 549-559, 2000
7222000
Remote sensing of landslides: An analysis of the potential contribution to geo-spatial systems for hazard assessment in mountainous environments
G Metternicht, L Hurni, R Gogu
Remote sensing of Environment 98 (2-3), 284-303, 2005
6022005
GIS-based hydrogeological databases and groundwater modelling
R Gogu, G Carabin, V Hallet, V Peters, A Dassargues
Hydrogeology Journal 9 (6), 555-569, 2001
2502001
A new spatial multi-criteria decision support tool for site selection for implementation of managed aquifer recharge
MA Rahman, B Rusteberg, RC Gogu, JPL Ferreira, M Sauter
Journal of environmental management 99, 61-75, 2012
2122012
Comparison of aquifer vulnerability assessment techniques. Application to the Néblon river basin (Belgium)
RC Gogu, V Hallet, A Dassargues
Environmental Geology 44 (8), 881-892, 2003
1782003
Sensitivity analysis for the EPIK method of vulnerability assessment in a small karstic aquifer, southern Belgium
RC Gogu, A Dassargues
Hydrogeology Journal 8 (3), 337-345, 2000
1232000
The use of GIS-based 3D geological tools to improve hydrogeological models of sedimentary media in an urban environment
V Velasco, R Gogu, E Vázquez-Suńč, A Garriga, E Ramos, J Riera, ...
Environmental earth sciences 68 (8), 2145-2162, 2013
512013
A hydrogeological conceptual approach to study urban groundwater flow in Bucharest city, Romania
MA Boukhemacha, CR Gogu, I Serpescu, D Gaitanaru, I Bica
Hydrogeology Journal 23 (3), 437-450, 2015
412015
GIS-based hydrogeochemical analysis tools (QUIMET)
V Velasco, I Tubau, E Vázquez-Suńč, R Gogu, D Gaitanaru, M Alcaraz, ...
Computers & Geosciences 70, 164-180, 2014
302014
DRISTPI, a new groundwater vulnerability mapping method for use in karstic and non-karstic aquifers
A Jiménez-Madrid, F Carrasco, C Martínez, RC Gogu
Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology 46 (2), 245-255, 2013
292013
Reviewing the role of ecosystems services in the sustainability of the urban environment: A multi-country analysis
W Leal Filho, J Barbir, M Sima, A Kalbus, GJ Nagy, A Paletta, A Villamizar, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 262, 121338, 2020
262020
A geo-spatial data management system for potentially active volcanoes—GEOWARN project
RC Gogu, VJ Dietrich, B Jenny, FM Schwandner, L Hurni
Computers & Geosciences 32 (1), 29-41, 2006
252006
Advances in groundwater protection strategy using vulnerability mapping and hydrogeological GIS databases
RC Gogu
222011
A short overview on groundwater vulnerability assessment: basic statements for use in the framework of the Cost 620 action
R Gogu, A Dassargues
171998
Modular web-based atlas information systems
B Jenny, A Terribilini, H Jenny, R Gogu, L Hurni, V Dietrich
Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and …, 2006
162006
Transforming the relationships between geoscientists and urban decision-makers: European cost sub-urban action (TU1206)
D Campbell, J de Beer, S Mielby, I van Campenhout, M van der Meulen, ...
Procedia Engineering 209, 4-11, 2017
142017
Intrinsic vulnerability maps of a karstic aquifer as obtained by five different assessment techniques: comparison and comments
RC Gogu, A Dassargues
7th International Conference on Limestone Hydrology and Fissured Media, 2001
122001
Sedimentary media analysis platform for groundwater modeling in urban areas
R Gogu, V Velasco, E Vázquez-Suńe, D Gaitanaru, Z Chitu, I Bica
Advances in the research of aquatic environment, 489-496, 2011
102011
Urban hydrogeology studies in bucharest city, Romania
CR Gogu, D Gaitanaru, MA Boukhemacha, I Serpescu, L Litescu, ...
Procedia Engineering 209, 135-142, 2017
92017
An overview of ground surface displacements generated by groundwater dynamics, revealed by InSAR techniques
A Radutu, I Nedelcu, CR Gogu
Procedia engineering 209, 119-126, 2017
82017
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