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Impacts of Precipitation, Land use Land cover and Soil type on the Water Balance of Lake Chad Basin
the runoff from the agricultural land. The annual mean interception in LCB for the period 2003 - 2010 ranges from 0 - 63 mm with the mixed forest intercepting more water than open vegetation such as grass and shrub. Also the annual mean actual...
A Comparison Study of Grace-Based Groundwater Modeling for Data-Rich and Data-Scarce Regions
Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) modeling in water resources is an emerging field in hydrology. Investigation of groundwater change using remote sensing data helps overcome data limitation at a regional ...
The Impact of Climate Variability and Land Cover Change on Groundwater Resources in The Niger River Basin
from 2001-2013, the precipitation increased during the dry season by about 3%, but no significant change was observed during the wet season. The change in the LULC increased substantially in the areas dominated by agriculture, forests, and shrubs...