Modeling of groundwater level fluctuations using dendrochronology in alluvial aquifers

@inproceedings{Gholami2015ModelingOG,
  title={Modeling of groundwater level fluctuations using dendrochronology in alluvial aquifers},
  author={Vahid Gholami and Kwok-Wing Chau and Farzaneh Fadaee and Joseph Torkaman and Ahmadreza Ghaffari},
  year={2015}
}
Summary Groundwater is the most important water resource in semi-arid and arid regions such as Iran. It is necessary to study groundwater level fluctuations to manage disasters (such as droughts) and water resources. Dendrochronology, which uses tree-rings to reconstruct past events such as hydrologic and climatologic events, can be used to evaluate groundwater level fluctuations. In this study, groundwater level fluctuations are simulated using dendrochronology (tree-rings) and an artificial… CONTINUE READING

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