A comparison of stochastic and deterministic downscaling methods for modelling potential groundwater recharge under climate change in East Anglia , UK : implications for groundwater resource management

@inproceedings{Holman2009ACO,
  title={A comparison of stochastic and deterministic downscaling methods for modelling potential groundwater recharge under climate change in East Anglia , UK : implications for groundwater resource management},
  author={Ian P. Holman and D. Tascone and Thomas M Hess},
  year={2009}
}
Groundwater resource estimates require the calculation of recharge using a daily time step. Within climate-change impact studies, this inevitably necessitates temporal downscaling of global or regional climate model outputs. This paper compares future estimates of potential groundwater recharge calculated using a daily soil-water balance model and climate-change weather time series derived using change factor (deterministic) and weather generator (stochastic) methods for Coltishall, UK. The… CONTINUE READING
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