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Record number 358790
Title New datasets to estimate terrestrial water storage change
Author(s) Troch, P.A.; Durcik, M.; Seneviratne, S.; Hirschi, M.; Teuling, A.J.; Hurkmans, R.T.W.L.; Hasan, S.
Source EOS: Transactions, American Geophysical Union 88 (2007)45. - ISSN 0096-3941 - p. 469 - 470.
DOI https://doi.org/10.1029/2007eo450001
Department(s) Hydrology and Quantitative Water Management
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Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2007
Abstract The total amount of water stored in a river basin affects streamflow at various timescales and defines the river basin's response to atmospheric forcing. For example, spring runoff in mountainous midlatitude catchments depends on winter snowpack, and groundwater storage sustains flow during dry periods. An accurate estimation of terrestrial water storage (TWS) is thus paramount for improved water management. Direct determination of TWS is difficult due to insufficient in situ data on space-time variability of hydrologic stores (snow, soil moisture, groundwater) and fluxes (precipitation, evapotranspiration). However, alternative methods using new data sets show great potential to improve the estimation of intra-annual and interannual TWS dynamics
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