Eco-hydrological modeling

simulates evapotranspiration, soil moisture, irrigation water demand, groundwater recharge, and surface runoff. The latter two can be aggregated to “water availability”, i.e., the amount of “blue” water which is theoretically exploitable by humans. The hydrological impact of climate and land use change can be directly assessed with this model.

See Project 4.2: Impact of envirionmental change on water resources in the lower Jordan River

Design by noname designs.