Peer-reviewed Papers

Frommen, T. & Moss, T. (2021). Pasts and Presents of Urban Socio-Hydrogeology: Groundwater Levels in Berlin, 1870–2020. Water 13(16), 2261;

Rangecroft, S., Rohse, M., Banks, E.W., Day, R., Di Baldassarre, G., Frommen, T., Hayashi, Y., Höllermann, B., Lebek, K., Mondino, E., Rusca, M., Wens, M. & Van Loon, A.F. (2020). Guiding principles for hydrologists conducting interdisciplinary research and fieldwork with participants. Hydrological Sciences Journal.

Walker, D.W., Smigaj, M., Tani, M. (2020). The benefits and negative impacts of citizen science applications to water as experienced by participants and communities. WIREs Water; e1488.

Musacchio, A., Re, V., Mas-Pla, J. & Sacchi, E. (2020). EU Nitrates Directive, from theory to practice: Environmental effectiveness and influence of regional governance on its performance. Ambio 49, 504–516.

Shalsi, S., Ordens, C.M., Curtis, A. & Simmons, C.T. (2019). Can collective action address the “tragedy of the commons” in groundwater management? Insights from an Australian case study. Hydrogeology Journal  27(7), 2471-2483.

Hynds, P., Regan, S., Andrade, L., Mooney, S., O’Malley, K., DiPelino, S. & O’Dwyer, J. (2018). Muddy Waters: Refining the Way forward for the “Sustainability Science” of Socio-Hydrogeology. Water 10(9), 1111.

Tringali, C., Re, V., Siciliano, G., Chkir, N., Tuci, C. & Zouari, K. (2017). Insights and participatory actions driven by a socio-hydrogeological approach for groundwater management: the Grombalia Basin case study (Tunisia). Hydrogeology Journal 25(5), 1241-1255.

Limaye, S. (2017). Socio-hydrogeology and low-income countries: taking science to rural society. Hydrogeology Journal, 25(7) 1927-1930.

Re, V., Sacchi, E., Kammoun, S., Tringali, C., Trabelsi, R., Zouari, K. & Daniele, S. (2017). Integrated socio-hydrogeological approach to tackle nitrate contamination in groundwater resources. The case of Grombalia Basin (Tunisia). Science of The Total Environment 593, 664-676. doi:

Re, V. (2015). Incorporating the social dimension into hydrogeochemical investigations for rural development: the Bir Al-Nas approach for socio-hydrogeology. Hydrogeology Journal 23(7), 1293-1304.

Mitchell, M., Curtis, A., Sharp, E., & Mendham, E. (2012). Directions for social research to underpin improved groundwater management. Journal of Hydrology, 448-449, 223-231.

Gerlak, A. K., Varady, R. G., Petit, O. & Haverland, A. C. (2011). Hydrosolidarity and beyond: can ethics and equity find a place in today’s water resource management? Water International 36(3): 251-265.