Putting aquifers into atmospheric simulation models : an example from the Mill Creek Watershed , northeastern Kansas

  title={Putting aquifers into atmospheric simulation models : an example from the Mill Creek Watershed , northeastern Kansas},
  author={Jennifer P. York and Mark Person and William J. Gutowski and Thomas C. Winter},
Aquifer–atmosphere interactions can be important in regions where the water table is shallow (<2 >m). A shallow water table provides moisture for the soil and vegetation and thus acts as a source term for evapotranspiration to the atmosphere. A coupled aquifer–land surface–atmosphere model has been developed to study aquifer–atmosphere interactions in watersheds, on decadal timescales. A single column vertically discretized atmospheric model is linked to a distributed soil-vegetation–aquifer… CONTINUE READING
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