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Groundwater Resources Assessment under the Pressures of Humanity and Climate ChangesAuthor(s): Bret Bruce; Diana Allen; Henrique Chaves; Gordon Grant; Gualbert Oude Essink; Henk Kooi; Ian White; Jason Gurdak; Jay Famiglietti; Jose Luis Martin-Bordes; Kevin Hiscock; Matthew Rodell; Neno Kukuric; Peter B. McMahon; Richard Taylor; Timothy Green; Yoseph Yechieli
Source: Paris: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). 32 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
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DescriptionGiven the vision and mission statements for GRAPHIC above, this document provides an updated framework for the GRAPHIC program. The approach to addressing global issues under the GRAPHIC umbrella involves case studies designed to cover a broad range of the identified Subjects, Methods, and Regions. Interdependencies of factors and processes affecting subsurface water are discussed first, followed by Subjects and Methods, including water quantity, geochemical indicators, paleo-indicators, proxy information, geophysical methods, remote sensing, information systems, simulation and modeling approaches, and management and policy implications, including feedbacks related to adaption strategies.
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CitationBruce, Bret; Allen, Diana; Chaves, Henrique; Grant, Gordon; Essink, Gualbert Oude; Kooi, Henk; White, Ian; Gurdak, Jason; Famiglietti, Jay; Martin-Bordes, Jose Luis; Hiscock, Kevin; Rodell, Matthew; Kukuric, Neno; McMahon, Peter B.; Taylor, Richard; Green, Timothy; Yechieli, Yoseph. 2008. Groundwater Resources Assessment under the Pressures of Humanity and Climate Changes. Paris: United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). 32 p.
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