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Aquifer responses to long-term climatic periodicities

Liesch, Tanja ; Wunsch, Andreas

Journal of Hydrology, May 2019, Vol.572, pp.226-242 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Aquifer responses to long-term climatic periodicities
  • Autor: Liesch, Tanja ; Wunsch, Andreas
  • Assuntos: Long-Term Groundwater Level Time-Series ; Wavelet Analysis ; Climate Change ; Climatic Teleconnections ; Long-Term Groundwater Level Time-Series ; Wavelet Analysis ; Climate Change ; Climatic Teleconnections ; Geography
  • É parte de: Journal of Hydrology, May 2019, Vol.572, pp.226-242
  • Descrição: •Nine groundwater level time-series with records of more than 100 years were analyzed.•First study of aquifer responses to the teleconnections AMO and ENSO in Europe.•Results are a valuable contribution to longer-term forecasting of groundwater levels. Groundwater is an important resource for drinking water supply, and is subject to natural variation as well as climate change effects. It has been shown that long-term natural variations of groundwater levels can often be attributed to climatic oscillations. Long-term groundwater level records are rare, but of special importance for the detection of longer, decadal to multi-decadal periodicities, which are vital for predictions of future development of groundwater levels and the distinction between natural variation and climate change effects. We have examined periodicities of nine groundwater level time-series with records of more than 100 years, as well as possible impacts of climatic teleconnections (NAO, AMO...
  • Idioma: Inglês

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