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Groundwater recharge mechanisms inferred from isoscapes in a complex tropical mountainous region
(AGU Publications, 2016-05-23)
Stable isotope variations and groundwater recharge mechanisms remain poorly understood across the tropics, particularly in Central America. Here stable isotopes (δ18O and δ2H) in groundwater, surface water, and rainfall ...
Rainfall, groundwater, and surface water isotope data from extreme tropical cyclones (2016-2019) within the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean basins
Under a changing climate, projections estimate that over the next thirty years, extreme Tropical Cyclones (TCs) will increase in frequency, with two to three times more Category 4 and 5 hurricanes in the Atlantic basin ...
Tracer hydrology in a hydrometric data-limited and complex tropical mountainous region: the case of the Central American Isthmus
(European Geosciences Union, 2019)
Numerous socio-economic activities are dependent on the seasonal rainfall and groundwater recharge cycle across the Central American Isthmus. Demographic growth and unregulated land use changes resulted in extensive surface ...
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 ...