Grant Project ИРН AP09260877″Assessment of the prospects of groundwater fountain (self-flowing) exploitation for sustainable development of rural areas of Zhambyl region”,  scientific adviser – Adenova D.K.

 

Goal of the project

Scientific substantiation and geoinformational support of management decisions on the use of the potential of confined groundwater during fountain (self-flowing) operation for sustainable development of rural areas ofZhambyl region.

Objective of the project

To achieve the goal of the project, it is planned to implement the following tasks:

1) Expeditionary survey and testing of self-flowing hydrogeological wells with an assessment of the sanitary-ecological and technical condition of water points.

2) Analysis and assessment of trends in pressurized and capacity reserves, renewable resources of confined artesian groundwater in Zhambyl region under the influence of climatic factors and anthropogenic loads.

3) Analysis and assessment of the potential for fountain operation of self-flowing artesian groundwater, the state and prospects of their use for sustainable development of rural areas of Zhambyl region

4) Formation of a geoinformation database of self-flowing wells and confined artesian aquifers of the territory of Zhambyl region to assess the potential for fountain exploitation of groundwater for irrigation of lands and watering of pastures.

5) Development and creation of a geo-information and analytical subsystem of self-flowing confined groundwater resources in Zhambyl region for assessing, forecasting and making management decisions on their use and protection.

The need to provide conditions to preservewell-being of the population is laid down in the “Basic Provisions of the General Scheme for the Organization of the Territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan”.Main directions of development of the country’s regions states for Zhambylregionthat the development of the production of fruits and vegetables, sugar beets, meat and dairy cattle breeding is envisaged as the priorities of the agricultural complex until 2050. The regional administration is implementing a number of practical measures aimed at increasing the volume of irrigated lands and areas of watered pastures. One of the promising areas is the development of self-flowing hydrogeological wells. According to the Geology Committee of the Ministry of Ecology, Geology and Natural Resources of the Republic of Kazakhstan, as of 2010 within the region, the productivity of 500 self-flowing wells was up to 3.0 m3/sec.

When developing self-flowing wells, the main method of irrigation is sprinkling, during which water costs are reduced during irrigation, with no discharge, an optimal water regime of the soil is ensured and microclimatic indicators in the environment of plant development are improved.

There is a worldwide positive experience in the development of the artesian pressurized waters potential. In Australia, the Great Artesian Basin Well Rehabilitation Program (1989-1999yy.) was developed and implemented at the federal level to provide a scientific basis for better Basin management and elimination of some unproductive water losses and artesian pressure increase. A significant part of the 1200 uncontrolled and corroded wells with water intake facilities have been rehabilitated. In some regions, significant success has been achieved in increasing the head and flow rate of wells.

The scientific novelty of project research lies in the development and creation of a geoinformation and analytical subsystem of the confined groundwater resources in Zhambyl region for assessing, forecasting and making management decisions on their use and protection during fountain (self-flowing) operation for sustainable development of rural areas.

The results of scientific research will make it possible to assess the tendencies of changes in pressurized and capacitive reserves, renewable resources ofconfined groundwater in Zhambyl region under the influence of climatic factors and anthropogenic loads and to form a geoinformation database of self-flowing wells and confined artesian aquifers of the territory of Zhambyl region.

The significance of the project on a national and international scale lies in the fact that as a result of scientific research, for the first time in domestic practice, approaches and methods will be developed to assess the potential of fountain (self-flowing) exploitation of confined artesian groundwater. At the regional level, predictive scenarios for the management of the use and protection of self-flowing confined artesian groundwater will be recommended, which is of important practical interest for the formation of a water policy for the regional akimat and district akimats, design companies and higher educational institutions.

The research results are relevant for the sustainable development of rural areas in Zhambyl region with the development of irrigated agriculture and the cultivation of fruit and berry and forage crops, as well as further sustainable socio-economic development of the region.

The main results for 2021:

1.The generalization and analysis of factual data, stock and analytical materials on the presence, design and condition of self-flowing hydrogeological wells in the Zhambyl region were carried out;

  1. Expeditionary surveys and testing of self-flowing hydrogeological wells were carried out with an assessment of the sanitary-ecological and technical condition of water points in the Merke, Shui and Kurdai districts of the Zhambyl region;
  2. A geoinformation database of self-flowing wells and pressure artesian aquifers of the territory of the Merke, Shui and Kurdai districts of the Zhambyl region has been developed and formulated;
  3. The potential of fountain exploitation of pressurized underground waters, the state and prospects of their use for sustainable development of rural areas of the Merke, Shui and Kurdai districts of the Zhambyl region have been analyzed and evaluated;
  4. An article was published in the collection of reports of the VI-th Baikal Youth Scientific Conference on Geology and Geophysics.

 

INFORMATION

about the project executors’ qualification and work experience, mainpublications, Hirsch Index, referencestotheprofileinthedatabase, roleinachievingthegoalandgettingthe expectedresults

No. Full name Degree, title Education Summary (workexperience, mainpublications, Hirsch Index, referencestotheprofileinthedatabase, roleinachievingthegoalandgettingthe expectedresults)
1 Dinara Kiyzbayevna

Adenova

PhD in the specialty 6D075500 – Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology Higher education, Kazakh National Research Technical University named after K.I. Satpayev,Master of Natural Sciences in Ecology Senior Researcher of the Laboratory of Hydrodynamic and Geoecological Processes Modeling, executor for the Program-Targeted Financing BR05236664 “Scientific and methodical, geoinformation and analytical support of rational use and protection of groundwater of the Republic of Kazakhstan under conditions of climatic and anthropogenic changes” (2018-2020).

Main publications:

1. J. Sagin, D. Adenova, A. Tolepbayeva, V. Poryadin Groundwater resources in Kazakhstan. // International Journal of Environmental Studies, 2017, 74(3), с.386-398, SCOPUS IF 0.78, Procentil – 55.  DOI: 10.1080/00207233.2017.1288059

2. M.K. Absametov, D.K. Adenova, A.B. Nusupova Assessment of the impact of anthropogenic factors water resources of Kazakhstan. // News of the National Academy of sciences of the RK. Series Geology and technical sciences, 2019, 1(433), p. 248-254. DOI:org./10.32014/2019.2518-170X.30

Hirsch Index 2 (Scopus),

ORCID    0000-0001-7973-811X

ScopusID: 57191498571

Role in achieving the goal and getting the expected results: processing and analysis of hydrogeological information, creation of geoinformation and mathematical models, preparation of publications and report sections.

2 Yermek Zhamshitovich

Murtazin

PhD in Geology and Mineralogy Highereducation,

theKazakhPolytechnic Institute namedafter V.I. Lenin

Specialty: Hydrogeologyand Engineering Geology

Deputy Director for Science, Executive Officer of the Program-Targeted Financing BR05236664 “Scientific and methodical, geoinformation and analytical basis for rational use and protection of groundwater of the Republic of Kazakhstan under the conditions of climatic and anthropogenic changes” (2018-2020).

Main publications:

1. Y.Z.Murtazin, O.L.Miroshnichenko, L.Y.Trushel, V.A. Smolyar, V.M.Mirlas Creation of computer models of the maps of groundwater availability in Kazakhstan// News of the Academy of sciences of the Republic Kazakhstan. Series of geology and technical sciences. – 2020. – № 2 (440). – P. 114-122, DOI:10.32014/2020.2518-170X.38

Hirsch Index 3 (Scopus).

Role in achieving the goal and getting the expected results: organization of prospecting and exploration work, creation of geoinformation and mathematical models, preparation of publications and report sections.

3 Oksana Leonidovna

Miroshnichenko

PhD. in Engineering Science Higher education, Kazakh State University named after S.M. Kirov

Specialty: AppliedMathematics

LeadResearcherofthe Laboratory ofHydrodynamicandGeoecologicalProcessesModeling, executorforthe Program-TargetedFinancing BR05236664 “Scientific andmethodical, geoinformationandanalyticalsupportofrationaluseandprotectionofgroundwaterofthe Republic of Kazakhstan underconditionsofclimaticandanthropogenicchanges” (2018-2020).

Mainpublications:

1.V. Panichkin, J. Sagin, O. Miroshnichenko, Trushel L., Zakharova N., Yerikuly Z.&Livinskiy Y. Assessment and forecasting of the subsurface drain of the Aral Sea, Central Asia, International Journal of Environmental Studies // International Journal of Environmental Studies (2017), DOI: 10.1080/00207233.2017.1280321

2. Y.Z.Murtazin, O.L. Miroshnichenko, L.Y. Trushel, V.A. Smolyar, V.M. Mirlas Creation of computer models of the maps of groundwater availability in Kazakhstan// News of the Academy of sciences of the Republic Kazakhstan. Series of geology and technical sciences. – 2020. – № 2 (440). – P. 114-122, DOI:10.32014/2020.2518-170X.38

Hirsch Index 2 (Scopus),

ORCID 0000-0002-0057-6734

Scopus ID:5683543500

Roleinachievingthegoalandgettingthe expectedresults: processingandanalysisofhydrogeologicalinformation, creationofgeoinformationandmathematicalmodels, preparationofpublicationsandreportsections.

4 Lyudmila Yuryevna

Trushel

PhD in Geology and Mineralogy Highereducation,

theKazakhPolytechnic Institute namedafter V.I. Lenin

Specialty: Hydrogeologyand Engineering Geology

Senior Researcher of the Laboratory of Hydrodynamic and Geoecological Processes Modeling, executor for the Program-Targeted Financing BR05236664 “Scientific and methodical, geoinformation and analytical support of rational use and protection of groundwater of the Republic of Kazakhstan under conditions of climatic and anthropogenic changes” (2018-2020).

Main publications:

1.V. Panichkin, J. Sagin, O. Miroshnichenko, L. Trushel, N. Zakharova, Z. Yerikuly& Y. Livinskiy Assessment and forecasting of the subsurface drain of the Aral Sea, Central Asia, International Journal of Environmental Studies // International Journal of Environmental Studies (2017), DOI: 10.1080/00207233.2017.1280321

2. E. Murtazin, O. Miroshnichenko, L. Trushel Structure of geoinformational and analytical system “groundwater resources and reserves of the Republic of Kazakhstan” //News of the Academy of sciences of the Republic Kazakhstan. Series of geology and technical sciences. – 2019. – № 3. – P. 21-29, 10.32014/2019.2518-170X.63

Hirsch Index 2 (Scopus),

ORCID 0000-0002-0057-6734

Scopus ID:5683543500

Role in achieving the goal and getting the expected results: processing and analysis of hydrogeological information, creation of geoinformation and mathematical models, preparation of publications and report sections.

5 Evgeniy Vladimirovich

Sotnikov

PhD inthespecialty“6D075500 – Hydrogeologyand Engineering Geology” Higher education, Kazakh National Research Technical University named after K.I.Satpayev, Bachelor in Geology and Exploration of Mineral Resources,

Master of Science in Engineering in the specialty “Geology and Exploration of Mineral Resources”,

PhD in Hydrogeology and Engineering Geology

Senior Researcher of the Laboratory of Hydrodynamic and Geoecological Processes Modeling, executor for the Program-Targeted Financing BR05236664 “Scientific and methodical, geoinformation and analytical support of rational use and protection of groundwater of the Republic of Kazakhstan under conditions of climatic and anthropogenic changes” (2018-2020).

Main publications:

1. E.V. Sotnikov, V.M. Ibraimov “Update on the issue of formation conditions of operational groundwater reserves of layered groundwater systems based on the experience of exploitation. (On the example of Akshabulak groundwater well field)”.News of the National Academy of sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Series Geology and technical sciences, Almaty, Vol. 5, Number 419 (2016), p. 138-143. ISSN 2518-170X Scopus.

2. V.M. Ibraimov E.V. Sotnikov, “The database structure in GIS (geographical information system) applied to the formulation of exploration works in hydrogeology”. News of the National Academy of sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Series Geology and technical sciences, Almaty, Vol. 5, Number 419 (2016), p. 144-149. ISSN 2518-170X Scopus.

3. Zh. Onglassynov, A. Akylbekova,
E. Sotnikov, K. Kanafin. T. Rakhimov,
D. Balla “Implementation of the ers for yield analyzing of irrigated lands of South Kazakhstan. News of the National Academy of sciences of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Series Geology and technical sciences, Almaty, Vol. 4, Number 436 (2019), p. 113-120. ISSN 2518-170X Scopus.

Hirsch Index 1 (Scopus),

ORCID 0000-0002-3542-0983

Scopus ID: 57191498571

Role in achieving the goal and getting the expected results: processing and analysis of hydrogeological information, creation of geoinformation and mathematical models, preparation of publications and report sections.

6 Sultan Rysniyazovich

Tazhiyev

Higher education, Taraz State University, Master of Agricultural Sciences in the specialty Water Resources and Water Use. Researcher of the Laboratory ofHydrodynamicandGeoecologicalProcessesModeling, executorforthe Program-TargetedFinancing BR05236664 “Scientific andmethodical, geoinformationandanalyticalsupportofrationaluseandprotectionofgroundwaterofthe Republic of Kazakhstan underconditionsofclimaticandanthropogenicchanges” (2018-2020).

Mainpublications:

1. S.R. Tazhiyev. Economic feasibility of using the southern part of the Talas-Assinsky groundwater deposit for some auls of the Zhambyl and Baizak districts of the Zhambyl region. // 23rd International Scientific Symposium of Students and Young Scientists named after Academician M.A. Usov “Problems of Geology and Subsoil Development”, dedicated to the 120th anniversary of the birth of Academician K.I. Satpayev, 120th anniversary of the birth of Professor K.V. Radugin”, 2019, Tomsk, Volume I, p. 395-397, ISBN 978-5-4387-0878-0 (vol. 1)

2. S.R. Tazhiyev. Influence of the Shu River and the Tasotkelskoye Reservoir on the Formation of Operational Groundwater Resources of the Chu-Novotroitskoye Deposit. // 11th International Conference of Young Scientists and Students “Modern Techniques and Technologies in Scientific Research”, 2019, Bishkek, Volume I, p. 378-384, ISBN 978-9967-12-794-41.

ORCID 0000-0002-5920-7757

Role in achieving the goal and getting the expected results: processing and analysis of hydrogeological information, creation of geoinformation models.