From 2019 May 20th to 24th has taken place in Madrid, La N@ve the 10th International Symposium on Managed Aquifer Recharge (ISMAR 10), promoted by Grupo Tragsa and the Spanish Geological survey (IGME) under the auspices of the International Association of Hydrogeologists (IAH), UNESCO and ASCE, among others, under the title: “MAR to solve the global water crisis”.

This event was supported by institutions and companies, such as the ministries of Agriculture…, Ecological Transition and Science… of the Spanish government and private companies such as Suez, Molecor, Catalana de Perforacions, Allied Waters, Regaber, Amiblu, Prefabricados Delta, Odín Water Solutions, etc.

The Symposium was attended by 320 delegates from 62 countries, and counted on 22 technical sessions, 123 oral presentations, 98 posters, 4 round tables, 3 keynote presentations, side events, six first day short courses, two workshops, three technical field trips, and a lot of knowledge recharged. Detailed info is provided at http://ismar10.net under the title: “Affection and faith in MAR is noticeable and contagious”.

The proceedings book of the Symposium is entitled “Managed Aquifer Recharge: Local solutions to the global water crisis” is composed by papers and extended abstracts. At least 18 remarkable papers are gathered in a Special edition of the Journal Water (MDPI) entitled “Managed Aquifer Recharge for Water Resilience”.

This book collects all the presentations revised by pairs and exposed at the Symposium. You can hereby enjoy the publication resulting from this cooperation, which consists of 73 papers and 16 extended abstracts, what allows us to share some information that, otherwise, could have been lost.

Tragsa Group organizers team would like to thank all the authors, whose contribution is sincerely appreciated.

We would also like to thank IAH MAR Commission for their kind assistance editing this book.

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