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Limited hydrogeological data accessibility leads scholars to improve the robustness of present qualitative groundwater vulnerability assessment methods using mathematical techniques. In the present study, we implemented three GIS-based groundwater vulnerability assessment indices, namely DRASTIC (Depth to water table, net Recharge, Aquifer media, S...
Finding a robust groundwater vulnerability assessment framework for accurate identification of sustainable zones may provide more efficient policies and plans. This study proposes two hybrid modification of DRASTIC model using brand-new Multi-Criteria Decision-Making (MCDM) method, i.e., Step-wise Weight Assessment Ratio Analysis (SWARA) for modify...
Hybrid and integrated techniques can be used to investigate intrinsic uncertainties of the overlay and index groundwater vulnerability assessment methods. The development of a robust groundwater vulnerability assessment framework for precise identification of susceptible zones may contribute to more efficient policies and plans for sustainable mana...