Madrid (3 days)
Field trip from Malaga to Madrid passing by Granada, Jaén, Ciudad Real and Madrid provinces, where we can find different aquifers used for water supply and agricultural activities, also for industry, and aquifers well connected with ecosystems (as Lagunas de Ruidera and Tablas de Daimiel wetlands).
It will serve to showcase some management practices as well as existing problems under study. We will need to know whether such a long trip would be well received by the participants to organize it definitively.
The excursion finish in Madrid where delegates can leave to their countries.
Estimated price: 500€ per person
Granada (2 days)
1st day: Sierra de la Alfaguara- water supply Granada city during the muslim period, Alhambra of Granada, hotel in Granada city.
2nd day: Granada Basin, Padul wetlands, Sierra Nevada (low permeability rocks) and Lanjaron waters, Beninar dam and Motril-Salobreña delta, and Malaga.
Sevilla (2 days)
1st day: Lucena area (evaporitic karst system), Guadalquivir basin (river, dams, wetlands “lagunas de campiña”), visit to monuments in Sevilla, hotel in Sevilla city.
2nd day: mining activities and groundwater, Doñana National Park (wetlands), Malaga city.
Estimated price: 250€ per person
Guides: Miguel Rodríguez-Rodríguez, Claus Kohfahl, Francisco Moral-Martos & Joaquín M. Delgado
Córdoba (2 days)
1st day: water management in Guadalquivir River Basin, agriculture, economy and water governance, visit to the Mosque of Córdoba, hotel in Córdoba city.
2nd day: carbonate aquifers in Subbética Geopark, olive tree and irrigation, wetlands, Malaga city.
30th March 2019
15th June 2019
30th June 2019