HGS RESEARCH HIGHLIGHT - 8 Projects from the European Geosciences Union 2021 General Assembly
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Aquanty is so pleased to see the volume of high quality research being conducted using HydroGeoSphere.
This years annual general assembly of the European Geosciences Union featured eight (8!) presentations based on HydroGeoSphere projects from researchers around the world, including: Poland, France, China, Germany, Switzerland, Oman, Italy and (of course) Canada. For more information about any of these projects click on the titles below for abstracts and author info:
Capturing watershed water balance with a physically-based two-hydrological-variable model: Application to the Little Washita basin
Climate-hydrology interactions explored using an integrated groundwater-surface water hydrological model for over a 100 year period in a natural temperate zone regional catchment
Comparison of methods for recharge estimation and prediction in karstic aquifers under Mediterranean Climate
Distributed modeling of groundwater recharge in a semi-arid carbonate aquifer using the integrated surface-subsurface flow simulator HydroGeoSphere
Impacts of Climate Change on Groundwater Recharge & Discharge in Water Scarce Region: A Case Study of the Ubar/ Shisr Agricultural Region of Oman.
Influence of calibration period length on predictions of evaporation
Investigation of runoff generation and Radon-222 activities in a forested catchment using HydroGeoSphere
Physical-based hydrological modelling for real-time forecasting of soil moisture in a mesoscale catchment
If you have conducted research of your own with HydroGeoSphere we would be thrilled to highlight it here on our blog. Please send research submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.