Here we holistically test whether California state water resources have fully recovered in the Sacramento, San Joaquin, and Tulare Lake basins of California, using remote sensing satellite observations, in situ measurements, and numerical models. Since , the most recent GRACE gravity field solutions Release 05 can be used to monitor global changes in terrestrial water storage with an unprecedented level of accuracy over more than a decade. We conclude that the GRACE -based method of estimating monthly to seasonal groundwater storage changes performs reasonably well at the , sq km scale of Illinois. We use the best-available data to quantify total aquifer and surface water volumes, as compared to groundwater recharge and surface water runoff from land-surface models. In addition, the release of associated gridded and post-processed products facilitates comparisons with other global datasets such as land surface model outputs or satellite observations.
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Here, we develop a technique using observations from the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment GRACE satellite to cr the sustainability of surface water and groundwater use over the continental United States. Indeed, raw residuals between the detrended water storage and precipitation anomalies range from plus or minus 40 mm.
Large differences in TWS anomalies from three processing approaches scaling factor, additive, and multiplicative corrections were found in arid and semi-arid regions, areas with intensive irrigation, and relatively small basins e. In this study, GRACE -derived terrestrial water storage estimates and GLDAS model soil moisture, canopy watersnow water equivalent and surface runoff simulations are used to retrieve the change in the groundwater storage over Konya Closed Basin streching over 50, km2 area.
Estimation of the groundwater storage change and its interannual variability is critical over Konya Closed Basin which has excessive agricultural production. Global averages of TWSC were partitioned nearly equally between soil moisture and snow water equivalent, while zonal averages of TWSC revealed the importance of soil moisture storage at low latitudes and snow storage at high latitudes.
In this contribution we will investigate the closure of the bule-03 balance for short-term fluxes, i. All these hazards are related to groundwater depletion, which is the result of dramatically increased over-exploitation.
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Together these data provide complementary metrics quantifying available plant water supply and have important implications for water resource management. Accordingly, monitoring of the groundwater change is critical for sustainable water resources management. We estimate these losses to be approximately 41, 44, and 42 km3 in, andrespectively. A combined filter strategy is put forward to process CSR RL05 data to remove the effect of gum errors.
However, in recent decades, the region is seriously threatened by variety of environmental hazards, such as floods, saline water intrusion, arsenic contamination, and land subsidence, which raise its vulnerability to sea level blu-e03 due to global climate change. It has been anticipated that it will be another few decades before the land ice SLF could be identified in the pattern of regional sea level rise. To estimate changes in groundwater storagewe subtract these three components from the total water storage derived from the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment GRACE satellite.
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Our blue–03 model confirms that northern Iraq suffered a drought between and and captures the annual cycle and longer trend of the observed GRACE data. Leakage error is most affected by basin size and latitude, and AOD model error is most dependent on basin latitude.
Better quantification of continental water storage variations is expected to improve our understanding of water flows, including evapotranspiration, runoff and river discharge as well as human water abstractions.
In this study, we utilize autocorrelation and investigate the appropriate stochastic model. Sincethe most recent GRACE gravity field solutions Release 05 can be used to monitor global changes in terrestrial water storage with an unprecedented level of accuracy over more than a decade. Increasing concerns about drought impacts on water resources in California underscores the need to better understand effects of drought on water storage and coping strategies.
We conclude that the GRACE -based method of estimating monthly to seasonal groundwater storage changes performs reasonably well at thesq km scale of Illinois. To be consistent, we generated a climatology of estimated soil moisture and ground water based on a year Catchment model simulation, which was used to convert seven years of GRACE assimilated fields into drought indicator percentiles.
We address the short 10 year length of the GRACE record by adopting a parametric spectral method to calculate frequency-domain transfer functions of storage response to precipitation forcing and then generalize these transfer functions based on large-scale basin characteristics, such as percent forest cover and basin temperature.
Global maps of measurement noise, leakage error, and AOD model errors are estimated for each basin filter. With the threat of water shortages intensifying, the need to identify the terrestrial water storage TWS variation in the Tarim River Basin TRB becomes very significant for managing its water resource.
These two regional wetlands systems will shrink, with resulting loss in habitat and other ecosystem services. No significant differences in temporal correlations of SWE resulted. In this study, we therefore use daily TWSA data for several mid-sized catchments and perform storage -discharge analysis. A synthetic assimilation experiment is presented for the Volga river basin in Russia.
Here we apply GRACE data to characterize for the first time how regional watersheds function as simple, dynamic systems through a series of hysteresis loops. This study isolates the anthropogenic perturbations to available water supplies in order to quantify human water use as compared to available resources. Groundwater is poorly monitored at the global scale, but terrestrial water storage TWS change data from the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment GRACE satellite mission are a reasonable proxy for unconfined groundwater at climatic scales.
Observations of terrestrial water storage TWS from the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment GRACE satellite mission have a coarse resolution in time monthly and space roughlykm2 at midlatitudes and vertically integrate all water storage components over land, including soil moisture and groundwater.
Groundwater storage depletion is a critical issue for many of the major aquifers in the U. The Mekong Delta, home to almost 20 million inhabitants, is considered one of the most important region for Vietnam as it is the agricultural and industrial production base of the nation. Results from the assimilation emphasize the importance of representing anthropogenic processes in land surface modeling and data assimilation systems.