Use of a simple surface-groundwater interaction model to inform water management
Allocations of river and groundwater have been traditionally managed separately in Australia and many other parts of the world even though in many regions groundwater and river systems are hydraulically connected. Groundwater extractions in areas where river systems are hydraulically connected can cause substantial impacts to river flows particularly base flows or low flows, which are considered to be ecologically important. Traditional groundwater modelling approaches tend to be undertaken on...[Show more]
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