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Groundwater and surface water connectivity within the recharge area of Guarani aquifer system during El Niño 2014–2016
(Wiley & Sons, 2018)
Recharge areas of the Guarani Aquifer System (GAS) are particularly sensitive and vulnerable to climate variability; therefore, the understanding of infiltration mechanisms for aquifer recharge and surface run‐off generation ...
Hydrogeological responses in tropical mountainous springs
(Taylor and Francis Ltd., 2019)
This study presents a hydrogeochemical analysis of spring responses (2013–2017) in the tropical mountainous region of the Central Valley of Costa Rica. The isotopic distribution of δ18O and δ2 H in rainfall resulted ...
Identifying groundwater recharge connections in the Moscow (USA) sub-basin using isotopic tracers and a soil moisture routing model
Globally, aquifers are suffering from large abstrac tions resulting in groundwater level declines. These declines can be caused by excessive abstraction for drinking water, irrigation purposes or industrial use. Basaltic ...