Managed Aquifer Recharge in Mongolia: Policy Recommendations and Lessons Learned from Pilot Applications
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It notes that Mongolia relies on groundwater for 90% of its water supplies and assesses three managed aquifer recharge (MAR) projects. These rely either on injection wells, surface water spreading, or enhancing natural recharge processes. It recommends Mongolia continues researching managed aquifer recharge, and shows how technical, institutional, and financial support could help harness MAR’s potential to provide vital solutions for water-scarce areas.