Groundwater response to changing climate

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Taylor & Francis , Leiden, New York
Groundwater flow, Hydroge
Statementeditors, Makoto Taniguchi, Ian P. Holman.
SeriesSelected papers on hydrogeology -- 16
ContributionsTaniguchi, Makoto, 1930-, Holman, I. P.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGB1197.7 .G77 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23944387M
ISBN 139780415544931, 9780203852835
LC Control Number2009044991

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Groundwater Response to Changing Climate - CRC Press Book Groundwater systems are vital to both society and the environment, supporting food production and many other ecosystem services.

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Groundwater Response to Changing Climate book. Groundwater Response to Changing Climate. DOI link for Groundwater Response to Changing Climate. However, the relative magnitude and spatial variability of the effect of groundwater extraction on land subsidence in the whole Jakarta basin is not yet fully understood.

In the coastal areas of Cited by: Groundwater systems are vital to both society and the environment, supporting food production and many other ecosystem services. Sustainable management of this vital resource for future generations requires a sound understanding of how groundwater might respond to the inevitable changes in future climate.

Groundwater is of crucial importance for water and food security and for sustaining ecosystems. This Review assesses the likely impacts of climate change on groundwater and groundwater-driven Cited by: First, previous studies investigating the effects of climate change on groundwater were primarily focused on groundwater resources, largely ignoring subsurface thermal response to.

Climate variability directly affects groundwater in the form of recharge and indirectly as the change in abstraction during the droughts (Taylor et al., ). On the other hand, changes in. The change in land use activities, indirectly affected by climate change, may play more important roles in determining future patterns of groundwater pollution risks.

Research and policy recommendations are provided to cope with the challenges to sustainable water quality management in a changing : Ruopu Li. This review examines climate change effects on groundwater and dependent ecosystems.

The mechanisms affecting natural variability in the global climate and the consequences of climate and land use changes due to anthropogenic influences are summarised based on studies from different hydrogeological strata and climate by: There is no doubt that there is an urgent need to change our collective behaviour in order to mitigate the worst effects of climate change but it is also apparent that we will have to adapt to a changing climate and changing weather patterns.

All forms of water supply, including groundwater, will become more precious. (2) help define the possible groundwater-related climate impact outcomes our state is likely to face in the coming decades.

• To accurately predict the impact of climate change on groundwater conditions, it is critical to account for changes in groundwater use that may be an. indirect societal-feedback response to a warming Size: 1MB.

ecosystems. The effect of short- and long-term climate variability on groundwater resources is even less clear, both in terms of groundwater recharge and discharge.

In response to these issues, the National Water Commission commissioned the project, Investigating the impact of climate change on groundwater resources, within the National. Climate Change, Groundwater Management, and California's Future. Conference on Climate Change and the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act; University of California, Davis, California, 4–5 Author: Ellie White, Elizabeth McClenny, Marielle Pinheiro.

Kuss, A.J., and Gurdak, J.J.,Recharge response to climate variability and implications for groundwater resources of the Central Valley aquifer, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, abstract H21G Sustainable groundwater management provides a buffer against drought and climate change. The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act of provides new authorities for local agencies to directly manage groundwater resources, and requires that local groundwater sustainability plans consider changing conditions over a year.

Keywords Groundwater recharge, Climate change, Socio-economic aspects, Numerical modelling, Groundwater management Introduction The potential impacts of climate change on water resources have long been recognised, although there has been comparatively little research relating to groundwater (IPCC ).

Climate change is expected to modify the hydrological cycle and affect freshwater resources. Groundwater is a critical source of fresh drinking water for almost half of the world’s population and it also supplies irrigated agriculture.

Groundwater is also. To address future climate change effects on water resources, scientists at five UC campuses, and Lawrence Livermore and Lawrence Berkeley national laboratories will study California’s water systems, from the headwaters in the Sierra Nevada, through rivers, reservoirs and groundwater in the Central Valley.

The "Headwaters to groundwate resources in a. Franssen () indicated the limitations of the studies that address the impact of climate change on groundwater resources and suggested an improved approach.

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A general review, both from a groundwater hydrological and a climatological viewpoint, is given, oriented on the impact of climate change on groundwater resources. Groundwater Resources and Climate Change.

The causal links between climate change and increased greenhouse gas emissions are now well-established (see the article in Science Magazine by David King, the UK Government's Chief Scientific Advisor).

However, major uncertainty still surrounds the detailed effects of climate change on the water cycle in the UK. Most of these impact studies have used a physically-based model to simulate the response of the groundwater system to a change in climate, however, some have developed empirical models based on historical data (Krüger et al.,Bloomfield et al., ).

Whichever approach is adopted, it is necessary to quantify the change in the driving Cited by: climate change on groundwater resources, climate change scenario for groundwater, status of research studies carried out, and hydrological variability of groundwater resources.

changing climate. Presently, more than 45% of the average annual. Figure 1: NASA's Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) satellite mission is providing new, space-based insights into the Cited by: Effects of Climate Variability and Change on Groundwater Resources.

Understanding climate variability and change is vital for society and ecosystems, particularly with regard to complex changes affecting. the availability and sustainability of surface-water and groundwater resources (Dragoni and Sukhija, ).

The potential effects of climateFile Size: KB. The second paper (Seiler et al.) discusses the transient response of groundwater systems to climate change and its implications for water resource management.

The last general paper (Salgot and Torrens) focuses on the use of reclaimed water, given that climate change will aggravate water scarcity in many regions and therefore increase the need.

Abstract. Human civilisations have for millennia depended on the stability of groundwater resources to survive dry or unreliable climates. While groundwater supplies are buffered against short-term effects of climate variability, they can be impacted over longer time frames through changes in rainfall, temperature, snowfall, melting of glaciers and permafrost Cited by: 5.

The direct effect of climate change on groundwater resources depends upon thechange in the volume and distribution of groundwater recharge. Therefore, quantifying the impact of climate change on groundwater resourcesrequires not only reliable forecasting of changes in the major climatic variables, butalso accurate estimation of groundwater.