Shaked Stein

Shaked Stein
Tel: 04 – 9080883
Senior Scientist
Ph.D. 2020, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
At IOLR since 2022

Research interests:

Water resources, salinity issues in Lake Kinneret, physical phenomena in lakes, surface water- groundwater interactions, groundwater flow and solute transport modeling, salt water intrusion, watershed hydrology

Selected publications:

Stein, S., Russak, A., Sivan, O., Yechieli, Y., Rahav, E., Oren, Y., & Kasher, R. (2016). Saline Groundwater from Coastal Aquifers as a Source for Desalination. Environmental science & technology50(4), 1955-1963.‏ DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.5b03634.

Stein, S., Yechieli, Y., Shalev, E., Kasher, R., Sivan, O. (2019). The effect of pumping saline groundwater for desalination on the fresh–saline water interface dynamics. Water Research. 156, 46–57.

Stein, S., Sola, F., Yechieli, Y., Shalev, E., Sivan, O., Kasher, R., Vallejos, A. (2020). The effects of long-term saline groundwater pumping for desalination on the fresh–saline water interface: Field observations and numerical modelling. Science of the total environment, 732, 139249.

Stein, S., Sivan, O., Yechieli, Y., and Kasher, R. (2021). Redox Condition of Saline Groundwater from Coastal Aquifers Influences Reverse Osmosis Desalination Process. Water Research188, 116508.‏

Stein, S., Sivan, O., Yechieli, Y., Kasher, R., O Nir. (2021). An advantage for desalination of coastal saline groundwater over seawater in view of boron removal requirements. Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology, 7.12 (2021): 2241-2254DOI: 10.1039/D1EW00427A

Stein, S., Michael, H. A., & Dugan, B. (2021). Injection of desalination brine into the saline part of the coastal aquifer; environmental and hydrological implications. Water Research207, 117820.‏ 10.1016/j.watres.2021.117820

Stein, S., Shalev, E., Sivan, O., Yechieli, Y (2022). Challenges and approaches for management of seawater intrusion in coastal aquifers. Hydrogeology Journal, 1-4.

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